Discussion in 'AMD x86 CPUs and chipsets' started by Skramit, Nov 7, 2019.
No love for standard anus
Has to be dark. Nobody likes a normal anus.
my bleecher would argue this point
Who remembers the old Gigashat G1 sniper? And the G1 ASSassin?
:laughreact: Man - I remember the Military look trend, still some kit out there with it. Like this TT case
the last gigabyte board that i used that was any good was the Z68X-UD7 and X58-UD7
Having built 2 x 5900x systems for friends with X570 Masters, i can honestly say holy shit their bios is turd. for AMD, Asus shits on gigabyte. There is no X570 board from gigabyte that i would use over my impact or strix regardless of size.
EDIT: i do have a X570 Gaming gigabyte board with my 3600, but thats a server so just set and forget, i guess gigabyte are ok if you are just a "set and forget" user, which i am not... lol
I use GB for my 5 series PC but aside from setting up my RAM OC I don't touch the BIOS.
Anyone want an Asus X570 Impact? (and caselabs mercury s3 itx?)
Im switching the 5950x to full ATX, as looking at the dark hero, or even the extreme for some fun goodness (possibly the evga board)
Will be listing the impact soon otherwise, such a good board, flawlessly ran my 3900x and now 5950x
Just picked up a 5900x running in a Asus sStrix B550-F, cooled by a Dark Rock Pro4
What should I be playing around with to achieve good/optimised performance in regards to gaming?
Should I be looking at playing around with PBO + curve optimizer, setting a static frequency & voltage (while gaming), 1usmus Ryzen Clocktuner or just leaving everything default as it came out of the box?
I previously had a 3600, which I used 1usmus Ryzen Clocktuner, which had me using 1.18v @ 4225Mhz
When I am just browsing the web/idling I would just set the Windows Power Plan to "power saver" which would keep voltages under 1v and temps around 30-35 degrees, and when gaming turn the Power Plan to "balanced" and set the above OC in Ryzen Master
I intend to use the "power saver" power plan with the 5900x when just idling/youtube/web browser to keep temps low, and switch to balanced or high performance when gaming, thoughts?
Any body still holding off..
This is a reaosnble price for a 5900X
AMD Ryzen 9 5900X CPU $699 + Delivery @ Shopping Express - OzBargain
Oof, if I wasn't on a 5800x already I'd bite on that
If anyone is interested, this is on a 5900x and wanting to keep the same performance but less voltage draw
I have found keep PPT close to stock 142, gave me best results
TDC reducing this gave me worst performance so I left it at stock
EDC however, the lower I went the more benefit I got until your hit a certain number, by this I mean if you lowered too much the CCX1 & CCX2 will be different. You want these to be mirrored
PPT - 142
TDC - 90
EDC - 140
CBR23 score: 20406
AVG voltage: 1.23
Stock values + curve optimiser
PPT - 142
TDC - 90
EDC - 140
CBR23 score: 21091
AVG voltage: 1.21
Optimised values + curve optimiser
PPT - 135
TDC - 90
EDC - 100
CBR23 score: 21154
AVG voltage: 1.19
I will need to re-test "Optimised values + curve optimiser" to ensure stability
I am certain it would be stable without the curve optimiser with the Optimised values PPT,TDC,EDC
^^ 3 posts up dude.
oops sorry! all gone now anyway
I have my windows power settings set to [Best energy savings] and my CPU is still sitting at 3.6Ghz when idle.
its probaly not at 3.6
do a search and lots of info about the software reporting the speed causes the speed to bump
wasnt ryzen master the recommended way to look at it without triggering the clock? vaugely seem to recall something about that... i think amd was supposed to release an api to sense without triggering clock but idk if any of the monitoring software has it implemented or not.
or so my ageing memory cells are saying .. correct me if i am wrong!
on the money arasta
Ryzen master reports a different clock speed, so P-state is working properly, however HWMonitor reports a different value when side by side.
id believe ryzen master.
unless you want the higher clocks, in which case dont believe ryzen master