stealth80

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    Veteran
  • Birthday 1980-01-14

System

  • CPU
    Ryzen R7 1700
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte AX370 Aorus Gaming 5
  • RAM
    16 GB GSkill Trident Z RGB 3200mhz
  • GPU
    Palit Gamerock Premium 1080 GTX
  • Case
    INWIN 303
  • Storage
    Samsung XP941 256GB
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    Fractal Design Newton R3 1000w (White)
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    Asus RoG Swift 27" G-Sync 1440P
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    Custom Water Loop
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K65 RGB Lux
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    Corsair M65
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    Windows 10 64 Bit
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    Cornwall, UK
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    Football (Liverpool), MMOs, RPG, FPS, FIFA, Cars, Movies and Music, Gym
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    Aircraft Engineer

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  1. My timings right now are 16-18-18-18-62-1t, ddrv 1.41v xmp disabled, gear down and bank swap disabled. This has got me the best fps thus far, if I lower trc I get a boot loop, this also my second set of ram I've had issues with. Non b die
  2. As I said, I didn't want it to turn into an optimisation thread, it is to clear up issues with getting ram to work at it's rated speed on ryzen. I also stated that he is right and wrong, by saying what he did, he could in fact mislead people. If someone was to think that 2133 at cas 14 is better than 2933 at cas 16 (for example) they would be making a huge mistake on ryzen. I'm not disagreeing with what you are saying reference variables in all ram timings, it is in response to that thread, the best result was in fact 3466mhz using sr, and 1t with cas 14 rather than cas 12. They didn't test all the other timings available, I'm guessing cause it would take an absolute eternity! It isn't something I want to be used in that thread, it is a drop point for people who are buying ryzen and want to know how to get their ram to work. If they want to tweak at those levels, they wouldn't need the guide in the first place. 🙂 What have your experiences been with trc on ryzen? I have a strange issue where my ram is completely unstable if I set it to 54 (16 + 38) and can only make it stable at around 62. Interestingly the board always wants to make it load at 75, with the other timings as 16-18-18-18 which doesn't make much sense
  3. I added those results to my ryzen ram guide earlier today. TLDR SR with bank swapping and gear down disabled with 1t at max speed seems best compromise
  4. Read my ram guide it will/should help you.
  5. You want Samsung b die for hassle free set up, that been mostly cas 14 3200 and cas 16 3600
  6. ignore I'm on my phone and quoted the wrong person.
  7. you had your AA way high on the other runs, that's why FPS trunked FXAA VS x4 SSAA I did a run today with the same settings your 1080P (but still 1440P) and hit 101.7 FPS. Id say that's about right for you
  8. Yes I will include that, keep in mind that this post was to aid people with ram buying and getting it to run, I didn't really want to start making it into an optimisation thread as peoples results will vary, which brings me onto my next point: Be VERY careful with statements like this - whilst you are correct, you are also wrong. At 3200mhz and above, there is very little to choose between latency and frequency, however between say 2133mhz and 2933mhz, the jump is insane and frequency should be chosen in that range above all. Infact in those very tests, the best results seems to be the 3466mhz + 1T running CAS 14 rather than 3200mhz CAS 12, which goes against what you stated. See below, the biggest effect seems to "bank group swapping and 1T" rather than CAS
  9. buy the Vega, make use of your freesync
  10. You should also be mindful of the impending 8th gen CPU's from intel
  11. Pure gaming PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant CPU: Intel - Core i7-7700K 4.2GHz Quad-Core Processor ($306.89 @ Amazon) CPU Cooler: Thermaltake - Water 3.0 Riing RGB 360 40.6 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler ($151.61 @ Amazon) Motherboard: Asus - MAXIMUS IX HERO ATX LGA1151 Motherboard ($206.99 @ SuperBiiz) Memory: G.Skill - Trident Z 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4-3200 Memory ($135.99 @ Newegg) Storage: Samsung - 960 EVO 250GB M.2-2280 Solid State Drive ($119.99 @ B&H) Storage: Crucial - MX300 1.1TB 2.5" Solid State Drive ($277.89 @ OutletPC) Video Card: Gigabyte - GeForce GTX 1080 Ti 11GB AORUS Video Card (2-Way SLI) ($708.99 @ SuperBiiz) Video Card: Gigabyte - GeForce GTX 1080 Ti 11GB AORUS Video Card (2-Way SLI) ($708.99 @ SuperBiiz) Case: Corsair - Crystal 570X RGB ATX Mid Tower Case ($179.98 @ Amazon) Power Supply: EVGA - SuperNOVA G3 850W 80+ Gold Certified Fully-Modular ATX Power Supply ($111.98 @ Newegg) Total: $2909.30 Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available Generated by PCPartPicker 2017-08-21 07:37 EDT-0400 Your build for price reference PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant CPU: Intel - Core i7-7800X 3.5GHz 6-Core Processor ($394.88 @ OutletPC) CPU Cooler: Corsair - H100i v2 70.7 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler ($107.78 @ OutletPC) Motherboard: Asus - STRIX X299-E GAMING ATX LGA2066 Motherboard ($328.99 @ SuperBiiz) Memory: G.Skill - Trident Z RGB 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4-3200 Memory ($169.99 @ Newegg) Storage: Samsung - 850 EVO-Series 1TB 2.5" Solid State Drive ($327.99 @ Amazon) Storage: Samsung - 960 EVO 1TB M.2-2280 Solid State Drive ($429.99 @ Amazon) Video Card: Asus - GeForce GTX 1080 Ti 11GB STRIX GAMING Video Card ($764.98 @ Newegg) Case: Corsair - Crystal 570X RGB ATX Mid Tower Case ($179.98 @ Amazon) Power Supply: Corsair - 850W 80+ Gold Certified Semi-Modular ATX Power Supply ($109.99 @ Newegg) Total: $2814.57 Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available Generated by PCPartPicker 2017-08-21 07:41 EDT-0400 Ryzen equivalent PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant CPU: AMD - Ryzen 7 1700 3.0GHz 8-Core Processor ($289.99 @ SuperBiiz) CPU Cooler: Thermaltake - Water 3.0 Riing RGB 360 40.6 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler ($151.61 @ Amazon) Motherboard: ASRock - X370 Taichi ATX AM4 Motherboard ($183.98 @ Newegg) Memory: G.Skill - Trident Z RGB 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4-3000 Memory ($190.99 @ Newegg) Storage: Samsung - 960 EVO 250GB M.2-2280 Solid State Drive ($119.99 @ B&H) Storage: Crucial - MX300 1.1TB 2.5" Solid State Drive ($277.89 @ OutletPC) Video Card: Gigabyte - GeForce GTX 1080 Ti 11GB AORUS Video Card (2-Way SLI) ($708.99 @ SuperBiiz) Video Card: Gigabyte - GeForce GTX 1080 Ti 11GB AORUS Video Card (2-Way SLI) ($708.99 @ SuperBiiz) Case: Corsair - Crystal 570X RGB ATX Mid Tower Case ($179.98 @ Amazon) Power Supply: EVGA - SuperNOVA G3 850W 80+ Gold Certified Fully-Modular ATX Power Supply ($111.98 @ Newegg) Total: $2924.39 Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available Generated by PCPartPicker 2017-08-21 07:43 EDT-0400 Basically both builds have sacrificed storage and extreme features for a better PSU and a second 1080ti
  12. What is your budget? Also, Gsync is used with newer NVidia GPU's is not related to CPU's
  13. Probably cause I've gotten used to Gsync 144hz, the 30 or even 20 FPS / stutters are horrible
  14. Build looks solid, like others I would look at Ryzen as it offers similar performance for less money. With the money saved there you could look at a 2nd 1080ti to help push the pixels of a 4k WS
  15. Shut up and take my money! On a serious note, I have this for PS4 and I haven't played more than 45 mins cause it runs like piece of crap, choppy FPS etc