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I tried it out but my scores are the same within one or two points.

Thanks for the info though.
 
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Nooooo, so damn close! :cry: I spent another hour after this, but couldn't get it to pass at that frequency again, and I was getting pretty nervous about spending lots of time >1.5v. I might have another attempt if we get a colder night, the coolant was at 14c so pretty cool already.

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Nooooo, so damn close! :cry: I spent another hour after this, but couldn't get it to pass at that frequency again, and I was getting pretty nervous about spending lots of time >1.5v. I might have another attempt if we get a colder night, the coolant was at 14c so pretty cool already.

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A 4.3GHz 1800X is pretty damn impressive. I am assuming you will be grabbing a RyZen 2?
 
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Nooooo, so damn close! :cry: I spent another hour after this, but couldn't get it to pass at that frequency again, and I was getting pretty nervous about spending lots of time >1.5v. I might have another attempt if we get a colder night, the coolant was at 14c so pretty cool already.

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holy guacamole

Pretty sure that might be higher than the 7820x at 4.3... gonna have to test, i think ryzen outscales
 
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Makes me really wanna overclock that threadripper build!!!
 
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The system is fast and does game well and yes I do get stutters and that is a ram issue.
... and potentially your VRAM amount since it's 2GB, if games you play use more, spilling out to ram would cause stutters and with you using single channel even more ...
 
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I am assuming you will be grabbing a RyZen 2?
Possibly if it can exceed 4.4ghz at safe 24/7 voltage, but I'll probably just stick with the 1800X for a bit longer tbh.

holy guacamole
Pretty sure that might be higher than the 7820x at 4.3... gonna have to test, i think ryzen outscales
That'll be interesting, please do :) I've heard this before, I can get some more data points if the 4.3ghz test supports our suspicion.

Makes me really wanna overclock that threadripper build!!!
That would be very irresponsible... do it!! :D
 
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I think that he built the Threadripper system for someone else who refused to OC it.
 
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So, I retired my X58 and have a new X299 with a 7900X. Still a work in progress, but here is where I am at so far.
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Your 7900X is scoring higher than mine is.
I was getting in the 2200 range but as time goes on, it's getting slower.

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IIIIInnnteresting.... ryzen definitely has some crazy clock scaling.
 
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Your 7900X is scoring higher than mine is.
I was getting in the 2200 range but as time goes on, it's getting slower.

7900X is a great CPU

My latest score is 2524. Still have some tweaking to do, but I am impressed at how this chip overclocks with minimal effort. Way easier than my 5675.
 
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Finally! Just a touch over. Mesh 3200 and most background apps closed.
 

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Finally! Just a touch over. Mesh 3200 and most background apps closed.

Nice! I can't get it stable @3200 - lol ... top out at 3131. Did you have to bump the mesh voltage to get it to 32? what are you at?

BTW the sisoft sandra multi-media is the best avx stability test ive found so far... crashed my system at unstable settings where prime was stable for hours on end.

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My latest score is 2524. Still have some tweaking to do, but I am impressed at how this chip overclocks with minimal effort. Way easier than my 5675.

I'm using an MSI Mainboard that doesn't OC worth a damn. It doesn't run my memory at rated speeds either. (3000MHz.) I can't get it past 2400MHz.
I have a friend that has an ASUS board that I may buy.
I did upgrade my cooling on this system and that added to the stability for me. Before I did, it was getting into the low 90c range. Now it stays at 70c-75c under load.

I have to say that even with its (mainboard) flaws, this system is very responsive.
 
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Nice! I can't get it stable @3200 - lol ... top out at 3131. Did you have to bump the mesh voltage to get it to 32? what are you at?

BTW the sisoft sandra multi-media is the best avx stability test ive found so far... crashed my system at unstable settings where prime was stable for hours on end.

I was expecting a little more actually, not sure is there is any more fine tuning that can be done. Settings and readings below:

BIOS Settings:
CPU Ratio Apply Mode
= All
CPU Ratio = 46
CPU Ratio Mode = Dynamic
AVX = -2
AVX-512 = -2
DRAM = 3400 (15-14-14-34, tRFC 280 @ 1.35V)
Adaptive + Offset Mode:
Core V Offset = +0.050V​
Ring V Offset = +0.150V​
DigitALL Power:
CPU Overcurrent = Enhanced​
SVID Communication = Disabled
CPU Features:
Long Duration Power Limit (W) = 4096​
Short Duration Power Limit (W) = 4096​
CPU Current Limit (A) = 1024​
BIOS Readings:
CPU Core V
= 1.268V
Ring V = 1.060V

HWINNFO Readings (Idle OS):
VCore:

Min = 0.916V​
Max = 1.288V​
VRing:
Min = 1.058V​
Max = 1.060V​
 
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Ahhhhh, that explains it. Weird rule, I can't really be bothered to do a win 7 install just for casual benching, screw that!

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I'm using an MSI Mainboard that doesn't OC worth a damn. It doesn't run my memory at rated speeds either. (3000MHz.) I can't get it past 2400MHz.
I have a friend that has an ASUS board that I may buy.
I did upgrade my cooling on this system and that added to the stability for me. Before I did, it was getting into the low 90c range. Now it stays at 70c-75c under load.

I have to say that even with its (mainboard) flaws, this system is very responsive.

I am having issues with getting y memory where it should be (3466), the highest it will go is 2666. I am using XMP, should I try turning that off?
 
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