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  1. Those are both pretty standard...

    Those are both pretty standard responses...probably a machine ;)
  2. No...it runs to officially supported specs no...

    No...it runs to officially supported specs no doubt. Higher frequencies are "OC"

    There is a lot of VRM misinformation on the net.
  3. More often than not it's the memory controller on...

    More often than not it's the memory controller on the CPU...but at least this way you can be sure of that...
  4. What SOC voltage? You might have to work a bit...

    What SOC voltage? You might have to work a bit more on that...too much can be as bad as too little...have to find sweet spot...
  5. Nah, you're welcome. Glad it's firing on all...

    Nah, you're welcome. Glad it's firing on all cylinders. Sometimes it just needs a bit of tweaking! :)
  6. Stability testing is a bit of weird one. Everyone...

    Stability testing is a bit of weird one. Everyone has their own idea of what is stable etc....and often stable for one application might mean unstable for something else.

    RealBench tries to hammer...
  7. A good thing to try. Maybe run some RealBench...

    A good thing to try.

    Maybe run some RealBench too to test stability...sometimes Prime isn't the best indicator these days...
  8. Yeah, I can understand that! DDR4 prices have...

    Yeah, I can understand that! DDR4 prices have fallen but it's still definitely not cheap!...but you found some good prices for a build!

    I don't know if you have AIDA64 Extreme...it has a cache and...
  9. There won't be a huge difference, no...but it is...

    There won't be a huge difference, no...but it is of course nice to run at rated speeds. Maybe try setting up the RAM manually, not using DOCP.

    and try playing with DRAM voltage and SOC voltage....
  10. HWMonitor is unreliable on the new AMD platforms....

    HWMonitor is unreliable on the new AMD platforms. Use HWiNFO64 for proper readings and go from there. Only use a single monitoring program or you can get bad readings...

    Max boost, assuming...
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