AMD’s Next Gen x86 High Performance Core is Code Named “Zen”

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  1. OJR

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    44 is just a C-state, it means the CPU has not booted from a cold boot.
     
  2. TaroT

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    ok cool nice if they told me :p

    now if Telstra could fix the phones...estimated fix is Wednesday next week...yeha copper yeah pits yeah idiots who built a pit with a hole in it.

    oh any tests anyone want me to run... ran luxmark3 for the cpu before it did ok moved me up a few notches in the database :)
     
  3. wraith.50

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    What were your total 3dmark scores (firestrike, timespy) for your 1800x vs your 6700?
     
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    Where it says your 1800x is at 4000mhz, is that stock clocks and the 4000mhz is the boost speed or is that 4000mhz core and then what speed is it boosting to ?
     
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    What's a good program to test stability on ryzen?
     
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    I use AIDA64 stress test, works well.
     
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    Prime 95 small FFT has been the one that seems to stress the cpu most from what I can see, causes the most power draw and heat as well.
     
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    i don't normally see many people use aida..... but do you by any chance happen to use rainmeter as well?

    I've been playing around with both of these to create a "desktop widget" as i hate the OSD thing for aida, and don't use a second screen (4k 40"... who the hell needs a second one!).
     
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    yes i am running it at 4G all 8 cores
    prime 95 if you like kicking kittens and drowning puppies that is evil :) i use cinebench 15 and realbench stress test or a loop either of those will kill my system very quickly if not done right.
     
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    I'm using an hour of AIDA followed by 4 hours of Realbench stress test.

    I've already asked the AIDA devs and they stated that the stress test is working as it should be so that's good enough for me :)
     
  12. OJR

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    GAAAAAH! The Kraken X62 uses the standard AM3 backplate for mounting. While the C6H has AM3 mounting holes, it doesn't have an AM3 backplate. Looks like no Ryzen for me yet again. :mad:
     
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    I like AIDA, lets you specify what to stress so you can find the weak points, I also like the graph for temps and everything.

    Only other thing I have used is good old Prime95.
     
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    I have a AM3 backplate for a Corsair H110 same bracket, but I think that reuses the push pins from the 115x bracket to secure the mounting legs to the backplate.
    Don't have them spare as they are being used on my wife's 4790k.
     
  16. mAJORD

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    don't have any old AM2-AM3 boards around? :p
     
  17. OJR

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    All good guys. Have ordered the free AM4 bracket from NZXT themselves. I guess I'll just have to slum it with my Broadwell-E Xeon for a bit longer.

    mAJORD, nah my last AMD rig (1055T) is in my brother in laws gaming PC.
     
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    haha damn. If you were in Bris i could would throw you one. I'm sure someone nearby can!
     
  19. Sipheren

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    Did some more testing tonight with disabling cores, then running ROTTR @ 1080P Low.

    Results:

    Seems the more threads help with the min FPS but the less threads make for higher avg.
     
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    nice sammy, hopefully the board is better then their titanium

    Hoping for an X370 Godlike Gaming Carbon, as my X99A Godlike Gaming Carbon is an absolute beast!
     

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