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Protongog

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    Protongog reacted to Glasare in Xeon x3440 motherboard required.   
    I'll have that in mind when I get a mobo for the X3450 I apparently bought for ~ $15 today
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    Protongog got a reaction from Glasare in Xeon x3440 motherboard required.   
    I feel like an idiot. The good news I have it working and now the confession, the problem was me I had forgotten that the Xeon has no on-board graphics so I plugged in a HD 7950 and it is all working fine. Thanks for the help but you can't account for a rookie error. 
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    Protongog got a reaction from Technomancer__ in Spyder5Epress Not happy with the results.   
    Thanks for the guide it looks a lot better no horrible warmth to the image.
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    Protongog got a reaction from Technomancer__ in Spyder5Epress Not happy with the results.   
    Thanks for the guide it looks a lot better no horrible warmth to the image.
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    Protongog got a reaction from Technomancer__ in Spyder5Epress Not happy with the results.   
    Thanks I  have started to do a calibration, I will report back
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    Protongog reacted to done12many2 in Ryzen 1700 will not overclock past 3.6 ghz   
    Congrats man.  
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    Protongog reacted to tom_w141 in Ryzen 1700 will not overclock past 3.6 ghz   
    @Protongog
     
    Put this on a USB stick and flash the latest BIOS http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/SocketAM4/CROSSHAIR-VI-HERO/CROSSHAIR-VI-HERO-ASUS-1403.zip?_ga=2.72862995.1224194098.1499673007-1221100323.1486467713
     
    This should be on a clean install of windows yes? If no do a clean install.
     
    Turn power profile in windows to "Ryzen Balanced" or "High performance".
     
    Load optimised defaults in the BIOS.
     
    Try 3.8 1st. I've never seen a 1700 not do 3.9 so 3.8 should be easy. Set multiplier to 38 and Vcore to manual mode 1.3V.
     
    Report back.
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    Protongog reacted to MorganO in Ryzen 1700 will not overclock past 3.6 ghz   
    RAM IS DOUBLE DATA RATE SO 1066X2 IS 2133 ish
    ALSO ENABLE HIGH PERFORMANCE MODE
    enable the 4ghz profile in the bios, it should work, it how ive oced my 1800x and my friends 1600x
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    Protongog reacted to MorganO in Ryzen 1700 will not overclock past 3.6 ghz   
    QCODE 24 Is normal
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    Protongog reacted to tom_w141 in Ryzen 1700 will not overclock past 3.6 ghz   
    8 = RAM error is your RAM at 2133? (aka default). How many sticks are you using? You could have a faulty stick of RAM.
     
    Try this too. But flashing the latest BIOS should have done this already.
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    Protongog reacted to tom_w141 in Ryzen 1700 will not overclock past 3.6 ghz   
    Look at Hwinfo again when doing cinebench single core mode. 1 of your cores should boost to 3.7 at stock. btw a screenshot of hwinfo64 showing your core speeds will do you don't need to export to spreadsheet  
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    Protongog reacted to Simon771 in Ryzen 1700 will not overclock past 3.6 ghz   
    Too lazy to read everything lol
    1,55GHz is some sort of bug ... it's usually fixed after clearing CMOS or BIOS update.
     
    Just for your info, my R7 1700 hit the wall at 3,8GHz.
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    Protongog reacted to tom_w141 in Ryzen 1700 will not overclock past 3.6 ghz   
    Wait so your issues were with a clean windows install but using an old one it works better? It should definitely be the other way around lol! A hardware change at this level should always follow up with a clean install.
     
    Maybe try another clean install with everything at optimised defaults in the BIOS. Let windows update and do whatever it wants to do. Then reboot and try OC.
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    Protongog reacted to Mooshi in Is my ram too slow?   
    You're not getting 32gb of ram to run at 3200mhz with that memory controller. It's all about capacity at this point. If you can OC to 2400, it'd be good enough.
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