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Had i been awake @ the time the mail man showed up (working night shift, this week), i would have received the Noctua AM4 mounting kit already: will have to go pick it up tomorrow.

Ordered it this past Saturday: surprised it's already here, tbh!

It's the second time i post this: had posted it in the wrong topic ...
 
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Benchmark Scores pretty fast!
I'm really digging this 1800x so far...

Gaming doing great, general performance is sweet. Data crunching is super fast.

Getting it to run 100% stable and fast was kind of a nightmare though... They still have a ways to go with optimization.

Also hoping that the core wars will spurn software dev to be more multi threaded.
 
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Had i been awake @ the time the mail man showed up (working night shift, this week), i would have received the Noctua AM4 mounting kit already: will have to go pick it up tomorrow.

Ordered it this past Saturday: surprised it's already here, tbh!
Took about a week to get my kits and that's to the USA- pretty quick imo. Great job Noctua!
 
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Also hoping that the core wars will spurn software dev to be more multi threaded.
Fat chance.
It's a lot of extra work for lazy coders without a pay incentive and the companies that use them would need to see a major increase in revenue in order to even think about increasing coders wages.. The percentage of people that really need more than 4 cores is very small.
 

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@HTC can you do 3200 MHz on memory,on that Asrock ? Also do you have the Noctua NH-U14S ?
@Norton my mind was set for a long time on Bequite ...but they have not send yet the mounting kit . How quite is that Noctua ? What is the temp for an 200-300 Mhz OC on the cpu ? are you ok with this cooler ?
 

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@HTC can you do 3200 MHz on memory,on that Asrock ? Also do you have the Noctua NH-U14S ?
@Norton my mind was set for a long time on Bequite ...but they have not send yet the mounting kit . How quite is that Noctua ? What is the temp for an 200-300 Mhz OC on the cpu ? are you ok with this cooler ?
I'm running it @ 3200: the RAM is the one in system specs.

The cooler i have is NH-C14. It's discontinued but, even so, i get a free AM4 mounting kit. I used this cooler with my A10-7850K APU, but i only used 1 fan (top one).

Noctua knows how to take care of it's costumers: their products are a bit on the expensive side but it's worth it, IMHO.
 
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I didn't bother to find the receipt from mine and just bought the adapter... :D
Noctua knows how to take care of it's costumers: their products are a bit on the expensive side but it's worth it, IMHO.
^This.

Mine has been stable and so fast I haven't dialed the RAM to 3200 yet :laugh:
 

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I didn't bother to find the receipt from mine and just bought the adapter... :D

^This.

Mine has been stable and so fast I haven't dialed the RAM to 3200 yet :laugh:
Couldn't find the receipt for mine so i opted to do what they asked when the receipt isn't available:

We strictly require a valid proof of purchase (electronic version or scan/photo of the invoice) of both a Noctua CPU cooler and either an AM4 motherboard or AM4 CPU in order to process your request. In case you've lost the invoice of your Noctua CPU cooler, please write your full name and the current date on a piece of paper, take a photo of the paper next to your CPU cooler and upload it as proof of purchase. Please note that your name has to be clearly readable and that we can't process requests without proper proof of purchase.
Took a pic of the cooler (with the logo facing the camera) on top of the Taichi's box with the cooler's box behind it (yup: still have it) with a piece of paper stating my full name, date and email.

The mounting kit request form is located here.

Btw, @_JP_ : how are your temps?
 
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@Norton uses Noctua NH-U14S.
Here you can find 2 differen coolers.
https://www.pcgarage.ro/coolere/noctua/filtre/compatibilitate-socket-amd-am4-da/
1 is
Noctua NH-U12S SE-AM4 with 120mm fan & and the other much more expensive
Noctua NH-D15 SE AM4 with 2 140mm fans. I tend to believe that the examples i mentioned above already have mounting for AM4. Corect me if i am wrong.
I fear that i might need the bigger 2 fans cooler for a stable 4Ghz OC on a 1700x. Please corect me if i am wrong
Very interesting video, i tend to see the Noctua as a winner

Also how are the noise level and temps @_JP_
 

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@Norton uses Noctua NH-U14S.
Here you can find 2 differen coolers.
https://www.pcgarage.ro/coolere/noctua/filtre/compatibilitate-socket-amd-am4-da/
1 is
Noctua NH-U12S SE-AM4 with 120mm fan & and the other much more expensive
Noctua NH-D15 SE AM4 with 2 140mm fans. I tend to believe that the examples i mentioned above already have mounting for AM4. Corect me if i am wrong.
I fear that i might need the bigger 2 fans cooler for a stable 4Ghz OC on a 1700x. Please corect me if i am wrong
Very interesting video, i tend to see the Noctua as a winner

Also how are the noise level and temps @_JP_
Unless the cooler is AM4 version, you'll need the mounting kit. Since the 2 coolers you mentioned are AM4 versions, they come ready for Ryzen out of the box.

Motherboard compatibility:

- NH-U12S SE AM4
- NH-D15 SE AM4

Here's a review with both of these: it should help you decide.
 
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@HTC can you do 3200 MHz on memory,on that Asrock ? Also do you have the Noctua NH-U14S ?
@Norton my mind was set for a long time on Bequite ...but they have not send yet the mounting kit . How quite is that Noctua ? What is the temp for an 200-300 Mhz OC on the cpu ? are you ok with this cooler ?
Very happy with the NH-U14S and yes it is quiet. :)

Haven't checked temps in awhile and I haven't overclocked... however, the XFR is active on my 1600X so the cpu senses it is properly cooled and runs at 3.7Ghz under full load (+100Mhz from stock)
 
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Took a pic of the cooler (with the logo facing the camera) on top of the Taichi's box with the cooler's box behind it (yup: still have it) with a piece of paper stating my full name, date and email.
D'oh :p Could have done that :ohwell:

Btw, @_JP_ : how are your temps?
Also how are the noise level and temps @_JP_
IIRC, didn't go above 70ºC during gaming, this with the room @ 32ºC...was just checking if things worked fine and because the fans react to the CPU temperature, I wasn't really paying attention to HWinfo...they barely revved up.
So even noise, @Cvrk, is very low. All my fans at 12V/100% PWM must be in the mid30's dBa and this is due to somewhat restrictive grills/holes on the exhaust fans. Smallest I have is 120mm, so I actually have low RPMs but tons of airflow :D

Tomorrow I'll do a morning gaming round and record min/avg/max readings. Which program do you guys think is most reliable? HWinfo?
 
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Room temps started at 27,5ºC and by the end was 30ºC.
So, this is the result for a normal gaming scenario, Dirt Rally@Ultra and BeamNG@High with a bunch of eye candy and 4 cars on map.


 
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Took about a week to get my kits and that's to the USA- pretty quick imo. Great job Noctua!
Almost 2 weeks to get my AM4 kits! That was pretty fast tho, From Austria to Philippines! Superb customer support too! Noctua is :love:

Used the Nh-d15 to take care of fx8350, now passed on to 1700x and it still takes good care of it, keeps the temps in check oc'd or stock! :D
 

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@Norton uses Noctua NH-U14S.
Here you can find 2 differen coolers.
https://www.pcgarage.ro/coolere/noctua/filtre/compatibilitate-socket-amd-am4-da/
1 is
Noctua NH-U12S SE-AM4 with 120mm fan & and the other much more expensive
Noctua NH-D15 SE AM4 with 2 140mm fans. I tend to believe that the examples i mentioned above already have mounting for AM4. Corect me if i am wrong.
I fear that i might need the bigger 2 fans cooler for a stable 4Ghz OC on a 1700x. Please corect me if i am wrong
Very interesting video, i tend to see the Noctua as a winner

Also how are the noise level and temps @_JP_
There's another awesome fan that gets little publicity (because it's so hard to find). I use it on my 1700X. Keeps it easily cooled at under 3.9Ghz. Unfortunately, any try higher than 3.9 and the temps go up fast far too quickly.

https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Thermalright/Le_Grand_Macho/
 
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There's another awesome fan that gets little publicity (because it's so hard to find). I use it on my 1700X. Keeps it easily cooled at under 3.9Ghz. Unfortunately, any try higher than 3.9 and the temps go up fast far too quickly.

https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Thermalright/Le_Grand_Macho/
The looks of it stand up to it's name! :D

EDIT:
Anyone on here have played with sub timings for their ryzen rams?
Is it worth the time and effort? A tool was released "Ryzen Timing Checker" IIRC.
I haven't tinkered more with ram but I just had to set it manually to run xmp speeds but subtimings, there's like 20+ values to tinker with on there since AGESA 1.0.0.6
 

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The looks of it stand up to it's name! :D

EDIT:
Anyone on here have played with sub timings for their ryzen rams?
Is it worth the time and effort? A tool was released "Ryzen Timing Checker" IIRC.
I haven't tinkered more with ram but I just had to set it manually to run xmp speeds but subtimings, there's like 20+ values to tinker with on there since AGESA 1.0.0.6
Funny, I've been thinking about trying it but it's way too complex for me - I know literally nothing about memory overclocking. I'm on DOCP1 on my Asus CH6 which runs a baseclock of 109.2 and sets ram speed to 3204 with 14/14/14 timings (and with my CPU at 3.822, it's rock solid). Not really sure how to get the latencies lower (aside form simply changing those settings in BIOS) without using other factors. If that sounds dumb, I know that for CPU OC, with voltage increase you need steady volts, so LLC is good for keeping vdroop in check. I understand the basics of CPU OC and what to tinker with but memory.... total stab in the dark, like a virgin in a dark room with a hooker.
 
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Funny, I've been thinking about trying it but it's way too complex for me - I know literally nothing about memory overclocking. I'm on DOCP1 on my Asus CH6 which runs a baseclock of 109.2 and sets ram speed to 3204 with 14/14/14 timings (and with my CPU at 3.822, it's rock solid). Not really sure how to get the latencies lower (aside form simply changing those settings in BIOS) without using other factors. If that sounds dumb, I know that for CPU OC, with voltage increase you need steady volts, so LLC is good for keeping vdroop in check. I understand the basics of CPU OC and what to tinker with but memory.... total stab in the dark, like a virgin in a dark room with a hooker.

If it works without problems I guess I won't touch those any more. Like the saying, "If it ain't broke , don't fix it."

Maybe read and research but I don't have the luxury of time at my hands to do tests again. Maybe soon. More info found on OCN, "Ryzen 24/7 Memory stability".
 
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Anyone here with ryzen threadripper? Please try linx 0.7.1 and post your raw GFlops power here, with a 12gb ram problem size. That's my turbo hacked xeon here:
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To those that need to ask for an AM4 mounting kit from Noctua but have misplaced the cooler's invoice (like me), send this as proof of purchase instead of the coolers' invoice:



I covered in white my full name and my e-mail address but they are required.

Instead of the board, you can include the CPU together with the cooler: either one is OK.

The mounting kit request form is located here.
 
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Uhm, does it finally include AHCI drivers?
Mine has new UEFI too, compatibility fixes mostly.
Found this o Reddit. Man i love Reddit...all the smart people are there (sure after TPU)
https://www.reddit.com/r/Amd/comments/62vp2g/clearing_up_any_samsung_bdie_confusion_eg_on/

Prices dropped and i found this in my country https://www.vexio.ro/memorii-ram/g-skill/155005-memory-d4-3200-16gb-c14-gskill-triz-k2-r/
A bit more expensive than the Flare X Ryzen memory kit, but these are rgb and according to the list Samsung B-Die
Oh :(
Guess I have Samsung's E-die, but I'll run the tool anyways since according to that post, my RAM's P/N might also mean Hynix ICs. So either 2933MHz or 3200Mhz depending on which it is. :ohwell:
I'll make up for it when I upgrade to 64GB, sometime in the future :p
 

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Found this o Reddit. Man i love Reddit...all the smart people are there (sure after TPU)
https://www.reddit.com/r/Amd/comments/62vp2g/clearing_up_any_samsung_bdie_confusion_eg_on/

Prices dropped and i found this in my country https://www.vexio.ro/memorii-ram/g-skill/155005-memory-d4-3200-16gb-c14-gskill-triz-k2-r/
A bit more expensive than the Flare X Ryzen memory kit, but these are rgb and according to the list Samsung B-Die
That's the exact same memory I have. With the agesa bios update I have no complaints. It always ran at the rated clocks, but struggled with the latency until I used the DOCP optimised setting.
 
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