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    Quote Originally Posted by stehnik View Post
    Hi,

    I am using this mb (ASUS STRIX X470-F) with Ryzen 2700X and 2x8GB G.SKILL CL16 Sniper X for AMD with D.O.C.P. enabled, which means 3400MHz. This configuration works flawlesly.

    I would like to upgrade the memory - add second pair of the same RAM modules to have 4x8GB. The question is, will it work with D.O.C.P. on 3400MHz? Or should I expect to go down with frequency?

    Does anyone have experience with it?
    It wont work. The max you'll be able to get its 3200MHz with manual tuning

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    Quote Originally Posted by stehnik View Post
    Hi,

    I am using this mb (ASUS STRIX X470-F) with Ryzen 2700X and 2x8GB G.SKILL CL16 Sniper X for AMD with D.O.C.P. enabled, which means 3400MHz. This configuration works flawlesly.

    I would like to upgrade the memory - add second pair of the same RAM modules to have 4x8GB. The question is, will it work with D.O.C.P. on 3400MHz? Or should I expect to go down with frequency?

    Does anyone have experience with it?
    I'm not sure about that memory kit. But I'm using HX436C17PB3K2/16 with Ryzen 3700x. I bought second kit after like 7 months of using it and to my surpirse it's working as it should be, at 3600mhz, I didn't have to downclock anything at all. Don't forget to set FCLK to 1700 in your case to reduce memory latency.

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    New ROGer Array Rbryan04 PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by stehnik View Post
    Hi,

    I am using this mb (ASUS STRIX X470-F) with Ryzen 2700X and 2x8GB G.SKILL CL16 Sniper X for AMD with D.O.C.P. enabled, which means 3400MHz. This configuration works flawlesly.

    I would like to upgrade the memory - add second pair of the same RAM modules to have 4x8GB. The question is, will it work with D.O.C.P. on 3400MHz? Or should I expect to go down with frequency?

    Does anyone have experience with it?
    I used trident z 3600 16gb 18-22-24-24 *docp with no prob added the exact same kit when ram prices are cheaper n had no errors on bios 5007 with 2700x. Only thing is you have to boot to windows on all auto then restart and enable docp. Ive ran it on 3200 fast as per dram calc with no problems.aside from memory training ie start with default then change ram profile after restart. The kits are hynix cjr which works with ryzen.now on 3900x and im running 3600 *16-16-19-19 @ 1.37 and still got no errors. I think u just gotta make sure what ur buying is the exact same chips or ull have problem.some manufacturers change chips thats when it gets tricky.anyway goodluck

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    Zomg

    Release 1.0.0.4B already please!

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    Quote Originally Posted by schmak View Post
    Release 1.0.0.4B already please!
    Yes please!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Long_Y0! View Post
    The new BIOS version won't bring you anything worth mentioning or waiting for.

    Meanwhile try the new power plan: https://www.techpowerup.com/review/1...-developments/
    How to set up your BIOS and install the plan: https://www.techpowerup.com/review/1...cessors/2.html
    Windows version doesn't matter anymore according to the author, so don't hurry up replacing your v1809 LTSC with anything.

    I've done the 1usmus power plan, it didn't help much at all, maybe a few less downclocks, but I didn't see ANY of the single-core preferences he showed on his Twitter feed. Mine still jumped around between the 2nd and 1st ranked cores in C15 and C20 and is maxing at 4.55 Ghz, the average is 4.35 on a 3900x. I am never seeing 4.6 not even on single-core workloads like C15/20 like we are supposed to.

    His plan is just a slightly tweaked high performance plan, it's not a silver bullet, where there are boost performance enchancements from AMD on 1.0.0.4 B

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    to go into it more

    Here is the ryzen balanced plan CB score 201 4352Mhz max, all on core 4 which isn't even a primary:
    https://i.imgur.com/uJxn3PU.png

    Ryzen high-performance plan CB score 211 4345 Mhz and splitting between C04 and C06 like 1usmus, just 50 Mhz less.

    1usmus plan CB score 212 4395 max on core 4 splittings between C04 and C06, with 6 getting to 4346:

    https://i.imgur.com/UHGF18B.png

    No difference between 1usmus' plan and Ryzen High performance, at least not without 1.0.0.4B which he did all his testing on.

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    Ryzen High Performance MultiCore all core max was 4164 Mhz, score 3128

    1usmus Plan - Multicore all max was 4166 Mhz, score 3134

    Ryzen balanced, multicore all max was 4158 Mhz score 3098

    So no real difference here either with 1usmus's plan

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    1usmus released a new power plan today, testing shows slight improvement, cores 4 and 6 still the ones with the most use, max 4400mhz on 4 and 4380 on 06 which is the "best" core. Same score though in R15 single-core, 212. Multicore peak 4180 Mhz across all. Score again pretty much the same, 3138 so within 1% variance.

    I think it will make sense in single-core games to switch to this profile and in multicore games to keep it on Ryzen High Performance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by schmak View Post
    Release 1.0.0.4B already please!
    Quote Originally Posted by deejones View Post
    Yes please!
    Let them properly test everything, we don't want a faulty BIOS version, do we? I agree that they should care much more about those who spent more money to buy a ROG, but well, what can we do...
    Meanwhile try the new power plan: https://www.techpowerup.com/review/1...-developments/
    How to set up your BIOS and install the plan: https://www.techpowerup.com/review/1...cessors/2.html
    Windows version doesn't matter anymore according to the author, so don't hurry up replacing your v1809 LTSC with anything.

    Quote Originally Posted by schmak View Post
    So no real difference here either with 1usmus's plan
    For me the difference was (I'm talking about v1 because can't test v1.1 yet):
    1) Ryzen Balanced tried to use the fastest core on CCX0 and the second fastest one on CCX0 in turn in a single-thread workload, so it jumped from one to another core. The 1usmus plan reduced that noticeably.
    2) Slightly, but still higher frequencies.
    3) The cores under Ryzen Balanced aren't loaded consistently, it drops from 100% everytime, while the 1usmus plan held the cores at 100% load most of the time.

    It may not be much for Cinebench, but in games it may reduce stuttering, because jumping from one core to another and inability to keep the full load and max frequencies may cause microfreezes and less fps overall. It may not be so much of an improvement, but since Ryzen still hasn't fully caught up with the Intel's (9900K and may be even 8700K/9700K) gaming level, every additional fps may make a difference, especially when you have a high-frequency monitor. One may say that Ryzen 3000 already gives enough, but you guys still buy low-timings RAM and try to tighten the timings furthermore just to get more fps and less freezes, so I'm personally extremely thankful to 1usmus for caring and doing what he's doing, thanks to him AMD are making more improvements and don't rest on laurels.

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