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would be very compelling for gamers and editors alike at those clocks, plus we can assume slight ipc increase as well as a much improved IMC hopefully.

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I think OC will be around the 4300 MHz as the daily stable  limit...But  next month tell us more :)

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4.35?

http://www.hwbattle.com/bbs/board.php?bo_table=hottopic&wr_id=8803

Firestrike Physics: 20,431
Firestrike Ultra Physics: 20,803
1783 : CB R15 (faster than R7 1800X @ 4GHz)
178 : CB R15 1T (about as fast as i5-7600k)
Sandra Whetstone single thread: 16.91 (faster than i5-7600k)
Sandra Dhrystone (Integer) single thread: 42.00 (faster than i7-8700k)

 

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I just hope 4.35GHz isn't the wall on ambient / closed loop water.

FX9590 was clocked at 4.7GHz and pretty much anything over than needed an absurd amount of volts so it might very well be.

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My 9590 didn't need so many volts, it was just leaky as hell. On my aio I was limited to 4.9 ghz@1.37v because it was way too hot to go any more volts. My 8320, binned for low leakage, did 4.8@1.45v on the same aio.

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but FX was totally different (pipelines etc)...

I think 4.3-4.4 GHz will be the wall with AIO cooling. Still, solid increase for refresh of architecture (remember, Skylake to KabyLake is 200 MHz increase in OC)

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Yeah definitely way different from fx. Although if 2700x is anything like 1800x then we may see at most 100-200 mhz over stock boost on ambient. I think that 4.4 is probably a safe bet for max on aio.

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My R7 1700X is dud since it isn't Prime stable over 39x multiplier. I pass Cinebench @ 4GHz  (1.4V) though. It also segfaults with Linux kill-ryzen.

If the R7 2700X manages to pull off over 4.4GHz 8 cores on air (<1.4V) then I will likely be RMA-ing the R7 1700X. My only concern is the cross-CCX latency doesn't seem to have been addressed as per Sisoft's leaked review.

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4.5 GHz @ > 1.6V... :(

I think 4.3 or 4.4 GHz is going to be the limit on <1.4V it seems

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14 hours ago, flanker said:

We are looking forward, Im playing a little around :)

Great to hear that. I'm looking forward to your findings and results, This time around i'm not playing as i did with the Ryzen 1700x cpus. Enjoy it flanker and post those results soon :)

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:D

 

 

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This time form chiphell , 2600X + DDR4 = 3660Mhz CL14  - source = https://www.chiphell.com/thread-1841382-1-1.html
They are selling the Ryzen 2xxx cpus already in a lot of places in America , Europe and Asia. Expect a big wave of leaks ...

 

 

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Im really busy with work and other activities, but I wil try something short after NDA :) 

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I see a few more pre-release reviews with 4.2GHz all core. I would hope for at least 4.3GHz all core but it seems they are pushing high voltages to get there on XFR2 as with XFR.

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I saw also one 4400 MHz with 1.425V in CinebenchR15, wow...Cooled by AIO. But thats not mine :( Unfortunatelly.

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