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whales
Adept I

Re: Post Your Cinebench R20 Scores Here

From my experience testing and tuning on Ryzen I think a lot has to do with how the motherboard handles things.  After the updates for the 3000 chips on my mobo the auto settings decided to max out PBO.  Last night I found where they moved the settings in bios and set them to the stock 2700X values. I also tuned the ram a bit tighter since my last post but with almost no change in scores.  Auto is what my mobo seems to like.  I can do a manual OC but then the voltage seems to stay at whatever I set it to and it wont clock down at idle.  It would be nice to just set like 1.2v-1.3v and find the max frequency that is stable for it and say done. 

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xuanvinhhue
Adept II

Re: Post Your Cinebench R20 Scores Here

if you use ryzen power plan (or win 10 balanced) and set c states/coolnquiet enable (sorry i forgot which one), cpu will run @ lower clock while idlepastedImage_1.png

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xuanvinhhue
Adept II

Re: Post Your Cinebench R20 Scores Here

there are only 3 gen atm: zen, zen+ and zen 2. generally speaking, i think with zen+, 3200 is the sweet spot, and it is 3600 for zen 2

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benman2785
Big Boss

Re: Post Your Cinebench R20 Scores Here

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Ryzen 7 2700X @4GHz @1.15V 
to lazy to do single xD

PC: R7 2700X @4.1GHz + RX 580 4G (1500MHz/2000MHz CL16) + 32G DDR4-3200CL14 + 144hz 1ms FS P + 75hz 1ms FS
Laptop: R5 2500U @30W + RX 560X (1400MHz/1500MHz) + 16G DDR4-2400CL16 + 120Hz 3ms FS
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whales
Adept I

Re: Post Your Cinebench R20 Scores Here

I also found this screen the other night.  Setting it to best performance made it try to stay in a boost state (3.95-4.25GHz) even at idle even though it was on the regular balanced profile and I do I have cool n' quite on.  Leaving it in the middle gives me the behavior I want out of my system like the lower clocks and 30ish degree idle.

Also your timings for 3200MHz ram are similar to what I had when it was stable.  My Trc was 76, Trfc was 528, and CR was 1.  Funny thing on my kit was that the Trc for the XMP profile was 60 and it caused issues at 3200 even though it was a 3600 kit. Only now at 2933 it seems stable. I have not tried to go any lower yet... its a pain when the pc does not boot and then testing for a while to make sure things are good... I'm just happy things are running normal or maybe even above average for what I have with a little bit of tuning and time. 

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xuanvinhhue
Adept II

Re: Post Your Cinebench R20 Scores Here

yes, power mode not at best performance, i thought that i have forgotten something!

about ram speed, to my experience, the most helpful setting is always the voltage (dram < 1.45 and soc < 1.2), then misc modes and procODT resistances. dram calculator for ryzen helps a lot
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tomstev
Journeyman III

Re: Post Your Cinebench R20 Scores Here

Just finished this build last night.  working on getting everything tweaked and perfect.  1st in Single.JPG3rd in Multi.JPG

psilosyn
Journeyman III

Re: Post Your Cinebench R20 Scores Here

I9 9900k 5.3Ghz 1.368Vcore, 16Gb ram @ 3200mhz c16

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bpri
Journeyman III

Re: Post Your Cinebench R20 Scores Here

16GB - DDR4 - 3000mHz RAM

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angyone1
Journeyman III

Re: Post Your Cinebench R20 Scores Here

my ryzen 5 3600 reach 3750 in multithread and 490 in single but I have overclocked at 4200mhz with 1.40v and ram at 3733mhz (3200 xmp) because if I put lower the test chrashed... v1.35 is good for 4050-4100mhz (temps 38-45 idle and 82 in full stress with arctic freezer esports 33 one)... damn I see people at 4200mhz with only 1.15-1.20v... so angryyyyy!!!! lol

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