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For me when I had the 2700x I had to use 3200 crucial ballistix. And only two sticks. The memory controller I think is at 2933 for 2700x but also does not seem that ryzen 2nd gen likes any brand in xmp but crucial for me I have no idea why. My coworkers have got corsair to work but most likely not at xmp and with 3rd gen ryzen. How many sticks do you have, what speed, and what brand?
Yeah, it's maybe a compatibility issue. two sticks. Silicon Power 32GB (16GBx2) XPOWER Turbine Gaming DDR4 3200MHz (PC4 25600) 288-pin CL16 1.35V UDIMM
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Yeah, it's maybe a compatibility issue. two sticks. Silicon Power 32GB (16GBx2) XPOWER Turbine Gaming DDR4 3200MHz (PC4 25600) 288-pin CL16 1.35V UDIMM
most likely either that or that the speeds for xmp need to be dropped to somewhere around 2933 for that kit. Try turning xmp on then going to the dram speed and change it to 2933. Then try a memtest86 on it for a few hours. Any errors and then you know for sure you either have xmp problems or the ram just does not play well with ryzen.
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most likely either that or that the speeds for xmp need to be dropped to somewhere around 2933 for that kit. Try turning xmp on then going to the dram speed and change it to 2933. Then try a memtest86 on it for a few hours. Any errors and then you know for sure you either have xmp problems or the ram just does not play well with ryzen.
thanks. I just checked in the Bios, and it was set to xmp and auto. below auto it says 3200Mhz. I changed it manual and put 32 as the multiplier. Still, when I go to CPU-Z it shows DRAM frequency and NBFrequency both at 1330 Mhz. Memtest shows 2666. Am I missing something?
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I feel most of the newegg deals are not really deals, other websites have same price with no deal, newegg just playing marketing tactics to lure sales
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thanks. I just checked in the Bios, and it was set to xmp and auto. below auto it says 3200Mhz. I changed it manual and put 32 as the multiplier. Still, when I go to CPU-Z it shows DRAM frequency and NBFrequency both at 1330 Mhz. Memtest shows 2666. Am I missing something?
I would undo the 32 multiplier and change it back to auto. Then turn xmp off and back on. It should either have xmp profile 1 or 2 under it or around it. Make sure that is to profile 1. Then change the dram multipler to 29.33 or 30 making speed to 2933 or 3000. Upon checking two b450 gigabyte manuals you need to select profile 1 or 2 and max speed 2933 the board can support they show. CPU-Z is great. The 1330 is half of 2666. 2666 is the overall speed and the standard non xmp ddr4 runs at. The 1330 you get from ram actually running in Double Data Rate which makes it double that to 2666. So always double the dram freq and nbf freq.

Run a memtest86 before changing anything from whats giving you errors now to see what errors show then go into bios and do the above steps. Then save/exit bios and try memtest86 until there is no errors.
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Meh, not exactly interested in benches

I got a ryzen because the intel CPU often stuttered and froze during use; Ryzen feels smooth as butter in all application uses Smilie
Please don't spread the smooth as butter crap. GN debunked that. If you are going to do any production AMD if your only gaming and don't need pci 4 for high end Rtx 3000 series then this chip is great.
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It's fairly simple, the Intel processors are best for gaming ATM since most games use a single core and that's where these processors shine, but for most other applications the additional cores and threads that you get with AMD for the same price is going to outshine Intel. Keep in mind also that this is just the 10700, not the unlocked k version, so overclocking is more limited.
he asked for non-biased tips. Applause
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intel is obviously better for gaming, but honestly, "Ryzen > Intel at workstation / productivity" is overrated. Most non-gaming applications like Adobe Premiere benefits a lot more from single-core workloads than multi-core, so Intel will still reign supreme here. And most applications do not utilize more than 8 cores, so having a large core count isn't always the best for productivity. Intel i7-i9's are 8 cores and higher.

Ryzen 3000 was definitely a boost to its horrendous clock speed and instability found in previous generations and AMD has stepped up their game, but it's still lacking compared to Intel.

I'll be waiting to see what Ryzen 4000 series brings to see if they can truly give Intel a run for its money. Otherwise..I'll be sticking with Intel.
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intel is obviously better for gaming, but honestly, "Ryzen > Intel at workstation / productivity" is overrated. Most non-gaming applications like Adobe Premiere benefits a lot more from single-core workloads than multi-core, so Intel will still reign supreme here. And most applications do not utilize more than 8 cores, so having a large core count isn't always the best for productivity. Intel i7-i9's are 8 cores and higher.

Ryzen 3000 was definitely a boost to its horrendous clock speed and instability found in previous generations and AMD has stepped up their game, but it's still lacking compared to Intel.

I'll be waiting to see what Ryzen 4000 series brings to see if they can truly give Intel a run for its money. Otherwise..I'll be sticking with Intel.
Where are you getting your info? Outside of single core IPC AMD is murdering Intel in every other instance, most importantly in price. The 10700 gets waxed by the cheaper 3700x.
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Is this good compared to 3800x ?
Yes for game.
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Accept I've been building computers professionally for over 25 years and I was a huge AMD dealer for most of them, up until 5 years ago. Now I won't touch them. Any performance gain is offset with reliability issues. I build hundreds of systems per year and even a small percentage difference in reliability = dissatisfied clients. Motherboard/CPU cost is only a portion of overall system cost -- so if i'm buying $1000-$3000 worth of parts per system including a LEGAL OS then a $100-$300 difference in price is minuscule. We also have a full service center and we see more issues with AMD/Ryzen systems by a factor of 3x or more. Great if it works for your 1 or 2 systems -- but I have thousands in the field.
Interesting. Thanks for the info.
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Interesting. Thanks for the info.
Newegg has a combo or did with Gigabyte Z490 with wireless AC for $405 I bought 5 of them plus 5% back on my Citi CC and 1% cashback site-- It's a $149.99 retail board. I'll be building out some machines with 2080 Super's 32gb DDR4 3200 1 TB NVMe and 2 TB BX500 Crucial SSD. What most people here don't realize is that many deals on PC components are below dealer cost.
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Meh, not exactly interested in benches

I got a ryzen because the intel CPU often stuttered and froze during use; Ryzen feels smooth as butter in all application uses https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...lies/smile.gif
You could have said "I got Ryzen because I'm edgy and woken" instead of lying. You know you are not telling the truth.
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