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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonotallica View Post
    You can treat Zen3 the same as Zen2, the IO die is the same. The binning/silicon might even be better, allowing for higher clocks..

    But currently, the AGESA has problems. It'll take some time to sort it out, in the meantime.. Zen 2 is more stable and predictable. Zen 3 is a bit of a wild card depending on which motherboard you are using. In time, with new updates, this should sort itself out and be better than Zen 2.
    I never had a problem in the first place and already aware of this information. I disagree with your ZEN 2/3 mantra, works fine for me and didn't ask for your help, so not sure what you on about to be honest. Binning my ass, zen3 is full redesign. If you dont know what your talking about might pay not to post. At least you got they have same IO die right.

    For a guy who does not even fill in computer specification, you sure don't impress me with your knowledge.
    Last edited by RedSector73; 12-25-2020 at 04:00 AM.

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    The cores are different with Zen 3 (the L3 cache is different and better now because it's shared between all cores reducing latency), but the I/O die is the same. The architecture for the I/O die is literally no different than Zen 2. There's rumors that the I/O die will be capable of more because it's later (the silicon quality improves over time). So where 3800mhz used to be the limit for 1:1 ratio for IF.. there's rumors that Zen 3 will be capable of 2000mhz IF. That means 4000mhz RAM clocks at 1:1 ratio, if your RAM is capable of it. Cheap RAM won't do it.. but well binned RAM will do it, but it's expensive.

    AMD have said directly that with Zen 3, once the applicable AGESA updates come out.. that 2000mhz IF will be possible at 1:1. But it's not a certainty, it's just a potential max clock that you may be able to reach if everything is in place (best case scenario). It's possible you will get a dud that can only clock at 1800mhz or 1900mhz.

    It's not a certainty, it's just a possibility. Not sure what you're problem is, just repeating official information.

    In the meantime, if you have problems reaching XMP.. dial your RAM timings manually that are stable and wait for new updates that stabilize everything. Eventually it will sort itself out. Zen 3 will be better in the long term than Zen 2. To the very least, it will be equal. But on launch, it might be worse because it lacks optimization. That's what this whole topic is about in the first place.

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    I have a C8F and a 5900X and got to 1900fclk stable using:
    DRAM Voltage: 1.4
    SOC Voltage: 1.1
    VDDG CCD Voltage: 1.05
    VDDG IOD Voltage: 1.05
    CLDO VDDP Voltage: 0.95
    These values were suggested by the DRAM Calculator for Ryzen utility, and did the trick.

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    ROG Guru: Brown Belt Array RedSector73 PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonotallica View Post
    Not sure what you're problem is, just repeating official information.
    If you didnt want me to comment don't quote me with your stories or else likely people you quote may reply, thats basic to all forums, you must be new to them. Also normal procedure is to link the source, when you go school you might learn that.

    The zen 3 is not better binning of anything else, it new design with the same IO controller.
    Last edited by RedSector73; 12-25-2020 at 11:32 AM.

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