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Old 10-08-17, 10:38 PM
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Question hi to all

hi
i have 1 question please answer me
what is exactly this RT update? this is for bios or windows or...?

& what if we dont want this? this update make Ryzen weaker Especially in 1600X

please help us

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Old 10-08-17, 10:58 PM
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hi
i have 1 question please answer me
what is exactly this RT update? this is for bios or windows or...?

& what if we dont want this? this update make Ryzen weaker Especially in 1600X

please help us
This is to re-test after the bios updates, If you don't want it then don't update your bios.
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Old 30-09-17, 08:32 PM
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Good review. A retest may not have been necessary, but it's appreciated. It was a good read.

I worked on my Ryzen 1700X system for about two weeks when it was brand new. It was a PITA to have to mess with it, but once the newest BIOS was released, I got 3.99GHz. CPU and 2988MHz RAM speed with my Crosshair VI board.

Then, I buttoned it up and have been using it like that ever since. It's rock solid and completely stable too.

I like it so much that I just bought a Ryzen 1600 and an ASUS Strix B350-F Gaming setup to upgrade my wife's PC. It will be set to run at stock speeds with a GTX-980Ti inside.
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