Discussion in 'AMD x86 CPUs and chipsets' started by luke o, Dec 27, 2018.
Didn't you say that you will be buying one?
It might allow it but won't have the benefits of PCIE 4.0.......if spending that much on the CPU I would want those extra features.
he's trolling, just ignore him
Mine is similar to yours at idle but down to 1.25v under full load, note this is using hwinfo so it could be the tool at fault.
There is a slight ~200Mhz improvement in clock speeds with PBO enabled but I have not noticed any improvement in benchmarks or gaming.
Suggest you dl the latest AMD chipset drivers, use the AMD balanced power plan to take care of volts. Run your RAM at 3600Mhz with tightest timings possible for best performance improvement.
Also dont show these 'leaks' to certain individuals or they wont buy Intel either after being so outraged at AMD for their 'leaks'.
I still have my 4790K in the second gaming rig and noticed the same against the 8700K. It was not just benchmarking but there was also slight difference in games, although fps had improved at 1080p there was noticable lag/delay, I thought I was going nuts but was confirmed by friends.
For those on HEDT - it means there should be little reason to upgrade..
say 20-25% for ST uplift, and another 20-25% for clockspeed.. (though once overclocked much of this gain is lost)
25-50% increase in the last 8 years.. is pretty sad..
Hasn't stop me from grabbing a 3600 though for the fun of it..
If I compare ... 4790K 49x vs 7700K could be like 50x 51x to be equal for the 3D benches I like. Newer ones just ran less volts for big OC
That could be done easier. Say testing on 4 cores. Both AMD & Intel same clocks. Would be interesting vs the 7740x Kabylake 45x
That is why I suggest we buy super glue company shares. Then, right before the leaks are revealed to be fabrication designed to drive up the super glue share price we dump them on the market. At that point we will be:
a) rich; and
b) targeted individuals.
Yeah I'm kind of thinking the same thing with a 4790k @1600p. The Civ6 results are interesting though, it would be good to see some benchmarks of things like 'end of turn' completion. More games seem to benefit from the additional cores than I expected (unless I am misreading it).
Just installed my Ryzen 5 3600 cpu and was wondering if there are any specific BIOS settings I should be changing.. I am on a B350 board the Asrock K4 Gaming and have updated the BIOS to the latest one..
There are literally a million videos on this.
It must be in the 999,999th one as I have tried the rest of them....lol
So for anyone who has a new Ryzen 3000 series CPU you may want to jump into the bios and check the core voltage..
Some boards are defaulting to 1.4v and this is making the CPU's run way hotter then they should be
Some people are dropping it to 1.3v
It could save yourself from killing the CPU like hardware unboxed did to their 3900X review sample with motherboard auto voltage settings being too high by default.
Yeah I just saw that in JayzTwoCents 3900x overclocking video, I noted down all the changes he made so it won't die on default...
Even his ROG board was settting RAM voltages to 1.4 on the default 2133Mhz.
Just checked my volate on the BIOS and at auto it was set at 1.1v so I changed it to 1.3..is that correct?
Well just got the email my Crosshairs Formula is waiting to be collected at Umart Gold Coast. MSY will have my CPU this afternoon and my 5700XT arrived today. I have 32gb of some GSkil 3200 C14, a 970 Evo 1tb and am looking forward to getting it all together tomorrow night. Luck would have it I am away for work tonight.
Should be interesting
Not quite, all the others were 1.4 or more resulting in much higher temps, yours looks about right but if it is unstable then bump it up slowly
You change it to 1.3v if its set to 1.4 ... if your board and CPU are stable at the lower vcore of 1.1v by default then that's even better then 1.3v
Im getting blue screen errors.. SYSTEM THREAD EXCEPTION NOT HANDLED....something is not right...Event viewer is saying something about Kernel -Power.
have you tried at BIOS defaults ? start there and see how you go.