Discussion in 'AMD x86 CPUs and chipsets' started by Sgt Bilko, Jan 17, 2019.
Testing memory on a Ryzen 5 Pro 4650G at the moment. IMC quite good and running 4400Mhz 1:1 here.
Have the 4650G running memory here at 4466 for Aida64. Managed to drop latency down a little too.
you've hit the lottery there
Pushed the 4650g a little further here benching Aida64.
My deepest apologies for the lack of updates from me in this thread, somewhat lost some benching motivation (the cold doesn't help!) but will be making an attempt at getting some more results out in the near future.
Will need to procure some more memory kits as some of the old have gone onto new deserving homes after a short but hard life with me, if there's any recommendations (within reason) I'd love to hear them but nothing too expensive alright? I still gotta eat
Here is me with my 5800x still ticking over at 1800mhz fabric, 3600mhz ram. I wonder if i can boost fabric clock some more, but to be honest, i just enabled PBO and ignored it.
Bit of a struggle to get the fclk to 2400 on a 5600g.
Awesome, what memory sticks? Can you post an RTC screenie for subtimings?
so the APUs hit higher IF clocks then the 5000 cpus?
i can run my 5800x/5950x at 2000IF ... i can boot my 5800x at 2133 mhz IF, but havnt really ttried or neeedd to get that stable.
as always glenn pushing the limits!
Let me know when you want to sell that APU ill drop is in my server and replace the 3600!
apparently the g chips use a monolithic architecture similar to intel chips rather than the chiplet design so lower latency allowing for higher IF clocks up to 2500mhz in some cases
Correct, the 5000 (and 4000) series APUs can generally run a higher fclk than 3000/5000 series chips so it makes for some pretty impressive feats