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I can NOT recommend the MSI X370 Gaming Pro Carbon. I kinda knew what I got into, but was still disappointed. VRM-Cooling is bad, VRM itself (or cpu) can´t hold voltage. Extreme droop from 1.45 to 1.36 under load with high settings LLC. Bios does not allow a change in ram timings. There simply is no listing under the option for secondary timings. It messes up legacy boot order every time you cut the power, other bios settings stay intact... the list goes on. Best I can do on this board:

 
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Sooooo I don't have access to my friend's computer and he did this Benchmark and sent me his score via SMS.

2990WX bone stock, running 128GB RAM at only 2133MHz. No overclock at all, but with all the precision boost or XFR2 goodies enabled. He is using a Enermax LiqTech TR4 II 360 cooler set to silence mode. All core boosting to ~3.07GHz under full load in Cinebench R15.

He is new to overclocking so who knows, maybe we can break some record down the road.

In case you are wondering, it is 5136pts.

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Proof of the system build:

https://www.techpowerup.com/forums/threads/building-a-2990wx-system.246902/#post-3888389
 
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I can NOT recommend the MSI X370 Gaming Pro Carbon. I kinda knew what I got into, but was still disappointed. VRM-Cooling is bad, VRM itself (or cpu) can´t hold voltage. Extreme droop from 1.45 to 1.36 under load with high settings LLC. Bios does not allow a change in ram timings. There simply is no listing under the option for secondary timings. It messes up legacy boot order every time you cut the power, other bios settings stay intact... the list goes on. Best I can do on this board:


I know the frustration, my MSI B450 board although it's still early days with bios releases has it's "quirks"... in any case, have you tried AMD's Ryzen Utility?
Found entering custom settings under creator mode & it requesting reboot, system does not reboot... manual rebooting only.
 
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I know the frustration, my MSI B450 board although it's still early days with bios releases has it's "quirks"... in any case, have you tried AMD's Ryzen Utility?
Found entering custom settings under creator mode & it requesting reboot, system does not reboot... manual rebooting only.

Yes I did use the Ryzen Master Utility, and it does not restart on it´s own. I have to manually restart too.
To save some time for benchmarking and probing the highest possible frequency for each benchmark I did the following:
First get into bios. Set frequency manual to something that you know it can boot on 100% of the time, like 3.6 GHz. Up the voltage to the point you want it at. Like 1.4V and your LLC setting. Then disable any auto stuff like spread spectrum, cool n quiet. You may loose C-States, but I do not care about that. In the end it cost me like 20W more power on idle, I can live with that.
Then you enable HPET, get into windows and start Ryzen Master. You can adjust your frequency without any restarts, just things like disabling cores or changing RAM timings / voltages needs a reboot.

I used it for CPU-Z bench and some other stuff: See this post

The thing that was the most sketchy was disabling cores with Ryzen Master because it claims to do that even if you told the bios to disable that feature, so you restart and wonder why they are still not disabled until you look into bios and see that. And when you succesfully disabled the cores, you reboot and they still show up in Ryzen Master, you have to refresh a profile in order to see them disabled. You know it´s working when you activate the profile with disabled cores and it doesn´t ask for a reboot.
 
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Yes I did use the Ryzen Master Utility, and it does not restart on it´s own. I have to manually restart too.
To save some time for benchmarking and probing the highest possible frequency for each benchmark I did the following:
First get into bios. Set frequency manual to something that you know it can boot on 100% of the time, like 3.6 GHz. Up the voltage to the point you want it at. Like 1.4V and your LLC setting. Then disable any auto stuff like spread spectrum, cool n quiet. You may loose C-States, but I do not care about that. In the end it cost me like 20W more power on idle, I can live with that.
Then you enable HPET, get into windows and start Ryzen Master. You can adjust your frequency without any restarts, just things like disabling cores or changing RAM timings / voltages needs a reboot.

I used it for CPU-Z bench and some other stuff: See this post

The thing that was the most sketchy was disabling cores with Ryzen Master because it claims to do that even if you told the bios to disable that feature, so you restart and wonder why they are still not disabled until you look into bios and see that. And when you succesfully disabled the cores, you reboot and they still show up in Ryzen Master, you have to refresh a profile in order to see them disabled. You know it´s working when you activate the profile with disabled cores and it doesn´t ask for a reboot.


Yes, I know what you mean, I do all that stuff too the thing that's curious about this software package is its maximum of 300 seconds for stability testing.
I learned something new today about RMU v1.4. Apparently, if 1 updates the bios, software must be uninstalled & reinstalled in order to link up with new bios. Also, in win10, power management stuff has to be fiddled with, its all in the user guide.

Personally, I would never disable cores, OC or not, I mean isn't it the reason why we upgrade our systems with multi core cpus in 1st place... that & a myriad of other reasons?

Lucky I had the time today to read up on it. I found full load stress testing a bit unpredictable with Intel Burn Test suite v2.54. Not surprising, the author has updated that package for yrs already.
 
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[...]Personally, I would never disable cores, OC or not, I mean isn't it the reason why we upgrade our systems with multi core cpus in 1st place... that & a myriad of other reasons?

Well for daily use there is no reason to do that. But there are some benchmarks that test single thread workloads. And there it doesn´t matter if you disable some cores. By doing so you have less heat, much more stable voltage with less droop and a 50% chance to eliminate the CCX on your die that clocks worse then the other one. So you get slightly higher frequency and performance for those single thread benchmarks. It has no real world use to my knowledge but I like to see chips pushed to the absolute limit and seeing over 4.3GHz (for a short time) on my first gen Zen CPU, under ambient cooling, was quite cool.

I completly agree tho, it´s just silly.
 
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Well for daily use there is no reason to do that. But there are some benchmarks that test single thread workloads. And there it doesn´t matter if you disable some cores. By doing so you have less heat, much more stable voltage with less droop and a 50% chance to eliminate the CCX on your die that clocks worse then the other one. So you get slightly higher frequency and performance for those single thread benchmarks. It has no real world use to my knowledge but I like to see chips pushed to the absolute limit and seeing over 4.3GHz (for a short time) on my first gen Zen CPU, under ambient cooling, was quite cool.

I completly agree tho, it´s just silly.

Know what you mean, it's the competitive benchmark spirit that possess us all.... just gotta win! :laugh:
 
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Here's my 5ghz 1.27v overclock (in testing) - Open gl score seems low, probably the weather screwing up gpu temps.
 

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Ran another 7740x OC:
5.3ghz, 1.53v, HYPERTHREADING DISABLED so 4c4t
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I don't want to post my score , it would crush all those weak i7s , so i decided to give everyone a chance.:laugh:
 

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Did I break it, whats high score mean?

4ghz all cores, 2933mhz memory (bad timings).

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4240mhz, 2933 with stilt hynix MFR timings hits 6274 points, I think that might be all she has.

 
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Did I break it, whats high score mean?

4ghz all cores, 2933mhz memory (bad timings).

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4240mhz, 2933 with stilt hynix MFR timings hits 6274 points, I think that might be all she has.

Great job, that's a beast - I can't compete in the multithreaded scores haha, however I am currently dominating that single threaded chart gotta push some more outta my 7740x

I can NOT recommend the MSI X370 Gaming Pro Carbon. I kinda knew what I got into, but was still disappointed. VRM-Cooling is bad, VRM itself (or cpu) can´t hold voltage. Extreme droop from 1.45 to 1.36 under load with high settings LLC. Bios does not allow a change in ram timings. There simply is no listing under the option for secondary timings. It messes up legacy boot order every time you cut the power, other bios settings stay intact... the list goes on. Best I can do on this board:

Gotta research with msi boards - my z170m mortar had terrible vdroop
 
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Did I break it, whats high score mean?

4ghz all cores, 2933mhz memory (bad timings).

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4240mhz, 2933 with stilt hynix MFR timings hits 6274 points, I think that might be all she has.


I don't suppose you had a watt meter plugged in at that point did you??

I'm not making fun at all because it's 32 cores, 64 threads, in my head it's bloody efficient considering!! :toast:
 

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I don't suppose you had a watt meter plugged in at that point did you??

I'm not making fun at all because it's 32 cores, 64 threads, in my head it's bloody efficient considering!! :toast:
now just waiting for i9 Platnium 2990X xD
 

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I don't suppose you had a watt meter plugged in at that point did you??

I'm not making fun at all because it's 32 cores, 64 threads, in my head it's bloody efficient considering!! :toast:

Haven't checked it yet. Don't know if I want to know.
 
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Non recommended vcore 1.53v :eek:

However without pass 1.4v must show higher frecuencies too, maybe closer to 5.0ghz

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I will mercilessly shove voltage into a cpu when benching, I claimed the highest current single threaded score here with that. If you think 1.53v was a lot I did put 1.55v through my x5650 and even 1.6v on a cold day.
 
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little more efficiency out of it. For those of you curious that pegs at 930w at the wall with a seasonic platinum PSU.
 
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little more efficiency out of it. For those of you curious that pegs at 930w at the wall with a seasonic platinum PSU.
But can it hit 6300cb? That's comfortably sitting 1st in that multithreaded chart for now
 
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Can you run cinebench R15 at those clock?
Maybe beat my air cooled I7 980X score: https://www.techpowerup.com/forums/threads/post-your-cinebench-score.213237/page-17#post-3821353
Haha, that's outta the range, My xeon is on a dark rock 3. The airflow in the case is very poor, Yes it can run cinebench r15 at that voltage, temps will rise fast though which is why I used a external house fan to push air through the front of the case

Edit: I'm waiting for UK temperatures to drop, it's around 24c in my room - I will hold out for winter when my room can drop as low as 12c
 
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Haha, that's outta the range, My xeon is on a dark rock 3. The airflow in the case is very poor, Yes it can run cinebench r15 at that voltage, temps will rise fast though which is why I used a external house fan to push air through the front of the case

Edit: I'm waiting for UK temperatures to drop, it's around 24c in my room - I will hold out for winter when my room can drop as low as 12c

Ah i see. Airflow as well at low air temp has a lot to say when running cpu at high clock/voltage. Back in june this year, i made a big upgrade when it comes to cooling. Replaced or added some fans to my pc. The old ones where worn down any way. You can see my cooling setup in the links below, if you want to:
https://www.techpowerup.com/forums/threads/your-pc-atm.65012/post-3857150
https://www.techpowerup.com/forums/threads/your-pc-atm.65012/post-3861446

But yeah i am also waiting for winter to come to Denmark as well. Cause then it is bench season for me again and to test out my new cooling setup :D
 
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