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  1. gamble

    Nvidia - Turing/Volta

    2060 KO has 2080 die...
  2. Stock Ram 3600mhz/1800mhz Infinity (1:1) it is usually 71-72ns on latency. 3733/1867 (1:1) give 68ns latency. I tried a few things, set my ram to 3600mhz and then the Infinity to 1867mhz... My latency went way up to 78ns. I might play around with removing 2x sticks for some comparison tests...
  3. When I was building my rig, I went with 4x dimms and a 3600x to try 4x dimms as I always do 2x8gb... It was that or 3700x with 2x dimms to keep in my budget. I remember Gamers Nexus mentioning some advantages with 4x but really from my old rig to this one, it feels the same when gaming. Possibly, since I have 4x dimms is why I cant go above 3733 as the article mentions that 3600mhz could be stressful on the controller. Really curious if 4x dual rank sticks are any different from 4x single rank dimms.
  4. Thx! So, this is stock setting on everything with all my crap running in the background: --------[ Memory Read ]------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6x Ryzen 5 3600X HT 4400 MHz Asus TUF Gaming X570-Plus (Wi-Fi) X570 Dual DDR4-3600 16-19-19-39 CR1 50348 MB/s --------[ Memory Write ]------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 6x Ryzen 5 3600X HT 4300 MHz Asus TUF Gaming X570-Plus (Wi-Fi) X570 Dual DDR4-3600 16-19-19-39 CR1 28728 MB/s --------[ Memory Copy ]------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6x Ryzen 5 3600X HT 4300 MHz Asus TUF Gaming X570-Plus (Wi-Fi) X570 Dual DDR4-3600 16-19-19-39 CR1 50809 MB/s --------[ Memory Latency ]---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Ryzen 5 3600X 4400 MHz Asus TUF Gaming X570-Plus (Wi-Fi) X570 Dual DDR4-3600 16-19-19-39 CR1 72.0 ns --------[ CPU Queen ]--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6x Ryzen 5 3600X HT 4342 MHz Asus TUF Gaming X570-Plus (Wi-Fi) X570 Dual DDR4-3600 16-19-19-39 CR1 78233 --------[ CPU PhotoWorxx ]---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6x Ryzen 5 3600X HT 4300 MHz Asus TUF Gaming X570-Plus (Wi-Fi) X570 Dual DDR4-3600 16-19-19-39 CR1 26448 MPixel/s --------[ CPU ZLib ]---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6x Ryzen 5 3600X HT 4300 MHz Asus TUF Gaming X570-Plus (Wi-Fi) X570 Dual DDR4-3600 16-19-19-39 CR1 630.4 MB/s --------[ CPU AES ]----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6x Ryzen 5 3600X HT 4242 MHz Asus TUF Gaming X570-Plus (Wi-Fi) X570 Dual DDR4-3600 16-19-19-39 CR1 55887 MB/s --------[ CPU SHA3 ]---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6x Ryzen 5 3600X HT 4242 MHz Asus TUF Gaming X570-Plus (Wi-Fi) X570 Dual DDR4-3600 16-19-19-39 CR1 1896 MB/s --------[ FPU Julia ]--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6x Ryzen 5 3600X HT 4267 MHz Asus TUF Gaming X570-Plus (Wi-Fi) X570 Dual DDR4-3600 16-19-19-39 CR1 60026 --------[ FPU Mandel ]-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6x Ryzen 5 3600X HT 4242 MHz Asus TUF Gaming X570-Plus (Wi-Fi) X570 Dual DDR4-3600 16-19-19-39 CR1 31816 --------[ FPU SinJulia ]------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 6x Ryzen 5 3600X HT 4367 MHz Asus TUF Gaming X570-Plus (Wi-Fi) X570 Dual DDR4-3600 16-19-19-39 CR1 10930 --------[ FP32 Ray-Trace ]---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6x Ryzen 5 3600X HT 4200 MHz Asus TUF Gaming X570-Plus (Wi-Fi) X570 Dual DDR4-3600 16-19-19-39 CR1 11815 KRay/s --------[ FP64 Ray-Trace ]---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6x Ryzen 5 3600X HT 4142 MHz Asus TUF Gaming X570-Plus (Wi-Fi) X570 Dual DDR4-3600 16-19-19-39 CR1 6640 KRay/s If I bump it up to 3733mhz on the ram/infinity I can get down to 68ns. I added a DIMM cooler but didn't help with OC so far.
  5. Could you please run aida64 memory benchmark? Curious on what latency you get
  6. gamble

    New Gaming Build

    Added Alseye PWM Dimm cooler. My sticks don't report temps but when running p95, cpu is almost 4c cooler while running the cooler at 50%. A bit surprised since I have good air flow. Still messing around to see if it helps with OC on Dimms.
  7. https://www.gamersnexus.net/guides/3508-ryzen-3000-memory-benchmark-best-ram-fclk-uclock-mclock https://edgeup.asus.com/2019/how-to-get-the-most-out-of-third-gen-ryzen-cpus-and-the-x570-platform/ might help getting started ^
  8. For the ram, I would try keeping the timings you have currently that docp/xmp has set... Then move the infinity and ram bandwidth up at the same time. In asus bios for infinity, divide ram bandwidth by 2, so if you set you ram to 3400, set infinity to 1700. Do tests and then try 3600 ram and 1800 infinity. I'd keep going till it won't post, then tighten timings. Cpu-z will show them matched for ram/infinity under memory tab. There's benefits for raising the ram and infinity with most being able to run the infinity to at least 3600/1800, but you might have to loosen the ram timings as you raise bandwidth. The infinity limit is 1900 for most all chips and the 2 I have tried could "only" go to 3733/1867. You might want to set you ram boot voltage on your ram to what you have your ram voltage. Also, might need to raise ram voltage as you move up. I'm not sure the safe limits if your is micron chips but usually 1.45v should be safe from default of 1.35v. Pbo only gives like 25-75mhz more even with water for all core stress tests. But then you use much more power. AMD sees more from ram/infinity.
  9. PC looks great! Who cares what is behind it all with the cables and such Could always get some different fans later, the Noctua redux has a good look I went with too. But eh, it is fine as is. And when you are ready, this might be out by then: https://www.tomshardware.com/news/adata-sage-ssd-unveiled
  10. So you have everything now? Which board and psu you go with? Have fun!
  11. gamble

    Navi Confirmed: 2019

    Yea and the price of 5700 is at times just a bit more than this with sales. I wonder if aib partners will be this price too. So maybe we have to wait until rdna2 or maybe they waiting for nvidia next ampere before releasing.
  12. Will need to get ddr4, ddr3 is not supported on ryzen. You might be able to get a bracket for the Noctua for am4 socket?
  13. You can use just the 8pin, the 4pin is used in extreme OC cases. I cant remember which of my ryzen/mb I ran with just the single 8pin but it worked fine. But plz double check with the vendor or maybe someone else can confirm. I just know ran it without the extra 4pin in the past. I did order another cable to have both connected to try to see if it would help OC... But ryzen works best when left alone in most cases. Ram tweaking seems to help much more and running 1:1 ratio with the infinity/ram.
  14. So, that MB has a CPU and CPU Optional, both look to be 4pin PWM. Maybe run a Y splitter from the CPU to the D15's and use the CPU Optional for the fanhub. This way your D15 will be synced up and case fans on it's own signal. pg. 5 https://download.gigabyte.com/FileList/Manual/mb_manual_x570-aorus-pro-wifi_v2_e.pdf
  15. gamble

    AMD Zen

    Ouch, that's like a 1/3 more per core compared to 3900x! It is linear compared to the other threadrippers.
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