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Old 12-09-17, 09:23 AM
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The 9920 has actually helped with some higher ram speeds. My 1700 seems pretty good. CPU at stock i can comfortably run 3466mhz and 3600mhz. I have run memory test and checked stability both complete fine.
My cpu overclocks pretty well at ram speed 3200. It does 3.9ghz @1.37v 4ghz @ 1.43v. I pushed it further to bench at 4050mhz and I can get it stable but the volts were too high for my liking. 1.47v. I can post @4.1ghz 1.47v and boot windows. I think the voltage would have been well out the safe scope though to get it stable.

Temps seem pretty good though at 74 on AIO cooler @1.4v. At all frequencies i have seen random spikes in temp up to 10c at lower frequencies and 6c at higher frequencies.

I did quite a few hours playing with the LLC and recording voltages. Vdroop was pronounced at level 1 and 2. Level 3/4 were both pretty similar and 5 slightly bumped the voltage i was using above the specified vcore but only by a small margin.

For now im at 3.95ghz @1.3714v @3200 ram which offers the best balance in temps and voltages. Its 12 hours prime stable/ OCCT/Aida64 stress test.

I achieved quite a lot. Its great what you can achieve when your stuck in bed!

Ryzen 1700 3.95ghz @1.37v - Still playing with 4ghz
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Old 12-09-17, 05:55 PM
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Good stuff! Ryzen does need a bit of massaging, and a decent amount of reading up on things, to get the most out of it. But it's worth it. 3600mhz still seems out of reach for me though, even with serious ram (3600 CL15 B-die G.Skill). But from what I've read, running 3200 at tight timings will perform better in most everything than running 3600 at looser timings. I think 3466 is a nice sweet spot, but I'm far too lazy to do enough benching to see if 3466/CL15 is faster than 3200/CL13-14. Or more stable.
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