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    Ryzen Overclocking Thread

    For anyone who has ryzen.



    Here is where I am at after 7 days of fiddling:

    Ryzen Overclocking Thread-overclock-4-1-3200mhz-jpg

    And here is CPUz Bench: https://valid.x86.fr/qaiudd Score of 5063

    Ryzen Overclocking Thread-overclock-4-1-3200mhz-cpu-jpg

    Some settings I had to set that the windows don't tell you.

    I have manually set the following:

    Multiplier @ 41
    BCLK @ 100

    Cpu Volt: offset + 0.1
    Cpu LLC: Level 3

    SoC Manual Volt: 1.15
    SoC Current: 110%
    DRam Volt: 1.35
    DRam Current: 110%

    All DRAM timings from XMP are manually set:
    CAS 15T
    tCL 15T
    tRCD 15T
    tRP 15T
    tRAS 35T
    tRC 50T
    tFAW 44T
    tRRDS 7T
    tRRDL 9T
    tRFC1 631T
    tRFC2 469T
    tRFC4 289T

    And then I manually set command rate to 2T because I have 4x 8GB sticks.


    I know we don't have many overclocking enthusiasts around here, but I thought I would share.
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    Re: Ryzen Overclocking Thread

    Hi rush2049,

    I am admittedly not an overclocking enthusiast, but I have been looking at the Ryzen based PC as a serious contender for a new gaming setup.

    I am looking at AMD Ryzen 7 1800X Processor and I am comparing to i7 7700k. Would like to hear your opinion if you will sir.

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    Re: Ryzen Overclocking Thread

    if you are not a professional gamer (CS:GO, DOTA, etc.) get the ryzen chip.

    If you are not looking to push the limits of the processor, save money and get the 1700 (non X version). Then do an easy overclock to 3.8ghz or 3.9ghz, whatever is easy. Asus has built in overclock profiles for these speeds that are reasonable on temperatures.

    Another positive for the AMD (AM4) socket, is amd has promised to re-use this socket going forward and you could potentially replace the processor with ryzen 2 or ryzen 3 whenever they come out. Intel makes new sockets every generation, sometimes in the middle.
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    I am looking for the bang for my buck. I appreciate your input. I am narrowing down the field a little now. I will be going with a GTX 1080 or ti. Just was not sure on the processor. I want to make sure that 3 or 4 years down the road as well if I have to upgrade it is as simple as possible. I have taken my time over this and want a PC that crunches the numbers and gives room for expansion along the way.

    To be honest I did not know about Intel changing the socket. Seems a little sneaky for some reason. Maybe they have had their own way for far too long. I have some thinking to do for sure.
    Thanks again. I appreciate your help.
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    Re: Ryzen Overclocking Thread

    I'm building a Ryzen 1500X system within the next few weeks. I'm not looking to overclock it, but I plan on comparing it to 3 different Intel systems. I currently have a i7-6700k, i7-7700k, and am i5-5690k. I might also have an i7-5930k build ready around the same time. I'm going to compare all 3 systems using a GTX 1080ti, eliminating any GPU bottlenecks between the different systems. I'll post up my results when I have them. Like I said... will likely be in a few weeks.

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    Re: Ryzen Overclocking Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by HeavyG View Post
    I'm building a Ryzen 1500X system within the next few weeks. I'm not looking to overclock it, but I plan on comparing it to 3 different Intel systems. I currently have a i7-6700k, i7-7700k, and am i5-5690k. I might also have an i7-5930k build ready around the same time. I'm going to compare all 3 systems using a GTX 1080ti, eliminating any GPU bottlenecks between the different systems. I'll post up my results when I have them. Like I said... will likely be in a few weeks.
    When you kit out the ryzen build get ram that runs at 3600 or higher. You will get much better results with faster ram than overclocking the cpu.

    Ryzen scales inter-core and inter-module communication linearly with ram speed.
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    Your posting is very useful. Thanks a lot.
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    Hi rush2049 ,

    You have certainly made me very interested in an area of engineering as before I had never bothered with really. I have been looking very deeply at the Ryzen chip and I have to say I really think that there is something that will grow into a greater chip over time invested.

    I was astounded to see that on side by side testing (more with games) that the Ryzen was only using around 50% of it's processing power to complete similar tasks as the i7. Am I reading this wrong?.

    This is new to me and I am trying to find out as much information as possible. If you could point me in the right direction, or share your findings I would be very grateful.

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    I'm using memory I have just laying around. Haven't been able to benchmark yet, but it's been running pretty decent through the stress testing.

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    I will say that Ryzen on the B350 chipset has not liked my memory clocked higher than 2666 MHz. I've tried a variety of different frequencies and different BIOS. I can't get it to post stable any higher than 2666. The memory is G.Skill Ripjaws 3000MHz @ 1.35v.

    I was hoping the BIOS update would fix, but so far, no luck. Pretty disappointing, to be honest, as I've used this memory in a WIDE variety of Intel systems, with different chipsets, boards, and CPUs without any issues.

    I dropped the same type of 16GB (4x4GB) kit into an X99 build and it worked flawlessly, even got a bit of an overclock of it.

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