- Oct 2, 2004
I don't really see it go over 60C under full load, I'm using a Corsair H115i Pro to cool it.
What memory are you using?Anyone seen their Ryzen boosting above and beyond the expected maximum boost speed, when OC settings are untouched besides XMP2.0 ? My 2700X has some of the cores boosting to a max of 4650MHz on an MSI X470 Gaming Pro Carbon with 32GB DDR4-3200 CL14.
I've seen these same speed readings in HWMonitor and CPU-Z, as well as Ryzen Master when I still had it installed. To be clear, I've never seen any core STAY at that clock speed for more than a split second. Just wondering if it's normal or not.
The manual says for 2 sticks, that is where they are supposed to go,.Someone tipped me, to exchange the memory from slot 1 and 3 to 2 and 4, after a bunch of issues getting a hynix kit rated at 3200Mhz at it's intended speed. After swapping out sticks i can confirm that the set now works using XMP without hassle.
This goes out for a Asus 470-F strix and a kit of 2x 16GB 3200Mhz Hynix CL16 memory.
You are lucky to get Zen running at 4 GHz with only 1.35v vcore. Pinnacle Ridge is better-behaved in that clockspeed range.At high frequencies Ryzen needs too much vcore... I don't think it's a good trade off unless you're after the absolute ultimate performance at all costs. I would say 4000/4100MHz is the sweet spot for both Zen and Zen+ where you use vcores around 1.350V.
Increased switching frequency causes:I found out that upping the VRM switching frequency, requires a lower overall CPU voltage to 'pass'. I.e less temps.
Is putting a higher frequency of the VRM causing anything related to longevity of the VRM? It's cooled; that's not the issue.
Yes, more robust design. B450 and X470 boards had some tweaking done to be a bit better with memory compatibility vs. B350 and X370.Newer x570 boards seem to have 4000MHz support (OC mode) for Ryzen 3x series. Any idea why you need a newer board in general to have support for 4000Mhz ram besides the CPU having the IMC integrated into it? Does it have todo with paths / signalling levels and all that?
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