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  1. I've built a Threadripper workstation with 128GB of 2933Mhz DDR4, and I have SEM enabled. I'm currently stress testing with Prime95, and I'm getting test failures. The only overclocking I have enabled is the XMP profile for the RAM, and I'm slowly upping the SOC voltage which seems to be helping. I'm concerned that the SOC voltage required is unsafe for longterm use though, as I'm currently set to 1.20625 in the BIOS with LLC set to 1, and I'm seeing the SOC voltage go up to 1.28 in HWMonitor during the stress test. So here are my questions: What is the maximum safe 24/77 voltage for the SOC? For memory? Does anyone have any benchmarks measuring how Transparent SEM affects SOC voltage? How much does memory frequency affect the required SOC voltage? How do I tell the difference between the SOC requiring more voltage, and my RAM requiring more voltage? Update: Prime95 failed with the SOC voltage at 1.20625. Update 2: Prime95 failed again with SOC voltage at 1.2125, but the rounding error was not way off this time. Improvement? Max SOC voltage went up to 1.288. Gonna bump it up again. Update 3: Failed almost immediately with SOC voltage set to 1.21875, gonna drop back to 1.2125 and up the voltage on the DDR4 a bit. Update 4: Prime95 failed with DDR voltage 1.36, but the rounding error was closer! not sure if progress. Max reported DDR4 voltage was 1.368. Gonna up to 1.37 in BIOS and see if that changes anything. Update 5: Prime95 failed almost immediately with DDR voltage at 1.37. I'm resetting the voltage to 1.35 and lower clocks to 2800MHz. Update 6: Prime95 passed the one hour mark with RAM at 2800MHz, 1.35V, and SOC at 1.2125V. Max SOC voltage was 1.288. Next, I will try lowering the SOC voltage. Update 7: Passed one hour again, 1.2V SOC w/ max 1.272, ran running at 2800Mhz 1.35V. Gonna try 2933MHz next with 1.4V Update 8: Failed after 14 minutes. Trying with 1.45V on the memory next. Luckily this kit is Samsung B-die! Setting the SOC LLC to 5 to stop it from spiking so much.
  2. Does anyone know what the performance difference is between these two Threadripper AIOs is? I'm currently using the 360mm version, but I have to have it setup as intake in my case (Corsair Carbide Air 740), and I'm thinking about switching to the 280mm set as exhaust on the top.
  3. I have long awaited more word on threadripper 2, and here we have some reporting on that. "Earlier on a document already leaked out, sharing the existence of the three mega-core procs. For Threadripper Gen2 you can expect a refresh of the current line-up; an 8-core Threadripper 2900X, a 12-core Threadripper 2920X and of course a 16-core Threadripper 2950X. AMD will apply the same Zen+ tweaks to the processors; including memory latency optimizations and higher clock speeds. This is going to be huge for Threadripper. " Personally i cant wait! I want to buy the fastest and newest AMDs got. Id hate to buy a 1950x and then have this come out months after. I really like the competition thats going on with cpus right now. http://guru3d.com/news-story/ryzen-threadripper-2000-is-sampling-(according-to-amd-slide).html
  4. TR4 air coolers?

    So I took a look at TR4 Noctua coolers and what the hell they all look like some sort of joke. I expected NH-D15 to be the first cooler that should be supported for TR4 but it seems Noctua didn't share my point of view so... Are there any more serious TR4 air coolers? I'm looking for workstation/server cooling so I'm afraid AIO is not for me for many reasons most serious one being weak long-term load performance and space for rad. I have neither space nor funds for custom loop. I use Fractal Define R5 with 10 HDDs using two 5" adapters
  5. Just a tiny bit of info from AMD as to when (or if!) to expect a TR refresh. This is said to be a TR 2000 series so obviously not zen2 yet (makes sense...) but probably some slight improvements here and there similar to how the Ryzen 2000 chips improved. I could quote the AMD announcement but here goes everyone's favourite salty site wccftech ^^ No info on pricing yet but, again probably only slightly more expensive than current gen during launch. Oh, they also announced 2000series APUs for Enterprise but yea, not That interesting.. So, we know pretty well what to expect, given TR is simply put a scaled-up Ryzen chip (pls don't kill me! ) Still nice seeing such a timely refresh of the TR line! Source: wccftech
  6. 15 monitor setup !!HELP!!

    I need to start up and run a 15 monitor setup and I've gotten it to work before but now the screens just flicker. I made sure that my 3 RX 580s were not in cossfire and all the drivers are on the Radeon 18.2.1 update. Each display port output has to have a DP to HDMI adapter and DVI to HDMI Adapter. 15 Asus 1080p 60hz monitors on a video wall all in extended desktop. Threadripper 1900x, 16gb Ram, 250gb Samsung ssd, 1200W PSU.
  7. I own a small production company in Australia and we have a unique project for a fitness app filming exercises on a Green screen with equipment in the hundreds of clip shooting 4k RAW and ending up with compressed H.264 and H.265 Apple Watch, Iphone and Apple TV files turned around in 2 weeks. We have solved every issue except render times and a few months ago installed 2 Synology enterprise 10Gbe NAS units so the VFX artists can work on a centralised file, grading is in Resolve, Keying and effects in Ae with Red Giant, Neat Video + Reel Motion plugins across most clips. Originally I had 8 Mac Computers setup as slaves in a render farm running Squidnet and 4 x 12 Core Mac Pros maxed out as workstations but after weeks and weeks of downtime trying to get this to work I had to kill the render farm and export through media encoder manually to every machine which worked but labour intensive and not a scalable solution. In the middle of all this my VFX guys have been at me for months to try a Treadripper and I know nothing of PC's and have never used them for the last 15years but with the farm down I got one as a last resort to test, (from memory so excuse the exact terms) I had a Threadripper 16 core using the ROG extreme board with 10Gbe built in, Samsung 1tb 960 PRO M.2 SSD Boot disk and 1TB backup HDD, 64gb Gskill ram, GTX 11gb GPU and I was blown away, this cost me 1/3 of the price of the Mac Pro and was about 4-6 times faster rendering out on its own. So now im eating my words and trying with the little knowledge I have for someone to help spec out a build we can do to scrap the render farm and build a single dedicated Rendering workhorse. So whats possible and what is the best machine I could build not to edit on but purely so the VFX guys can output their clips when done from Ae to Media Encoder outputting files as fast as possible? Im happy to spend some good money on this if its the right solution but im growing at the moment and funds are not unlimited and like most small business tight with growing pains. I need to prove to the client I can solve their issues with quick turn around times and happy to invest in a solution. Im also happy to entertain some good second hand parts if anyone has some available and it doesn't need to look good just operate as an ultimate workhorse. Thanks in advance any help would be greatly appreciated
  8. The Ultimate Desk PC Build

    I know there have been a lot of Desk PCs built on this forum and around the internet, but I have one complaint, the PCs are always awesome but the desks are often...meh. With this build I am building a live edge walnut slab desk then cutting it to shreds and putting in a way over the top water cooled PC. I have built the desk already and I made a video about it on my YouTube channel, but I won't link that here unless someone requests it (I don't want to break the self promotion rules) The system that is going into it features: Threadripper 1950x 64 GB of Corsair Dominator RGB 2x400 GP Corsair NVME SSD 2x1080TI Gigabyte Waterforce WB edition Gigabyte X399 Gaming 7 1200 Watt PSU from Corsair Full Hardline Acrylic water cooling loop for ModMyMods.com (mostly Alphacool components) Now let's chop this mother up!
  9. Hey Beautiful People of this Crazy Community! I got a challenge for everyone (myself included) and that is to put together a SMALL form factor WORKSTATION with a Threadripper 1950x inside. Is it possible? Step 1. (MOBO) Starting with a MOBO small enough for this, was able to find a wide variety of just 1! the micro-ATX x399 Taichi from AsRock. I couldn't find anything else out there for a TR4 socket (if you have please let me know). Step 2. (CASE) The cases for micro-ATX aren't all that small to begin with, and the variety of models are far more than what I browse through without getting dizzy. So, what would be a compact, very plain or classy (no need for RGB fanciness) case that would carry this beast considering: It would also carry 4x8 DDR4 LP RAM, 1x gfx1080ti, No HDD but SSD or even M.2 drive (960pro) for storage and a Power supply that fits the Case and can feed everything inside. Setp 3. (COOLING) And my biggest concern... Is there a way to keep the temperatures of this Mini-Workstation at reasonably low temperatures? I will be very happy to hear from you experts!
  10. Threadripper 1950x + ?

    I have a Threadripper 1950x. What GPU should I pair that with? I do mostly heavy work on multiple monitors (3D, video editing, photo editing, trading). I might play some game occasionally and want it to be VR ready. I am not looking for a GPU that is blinking like a disco. My budget for the GPU is up to $1300. Any ideas of what to pick?
  11. Hi all! I am gonna build my first computer and I need some help. I already have the Meshify C case (not mini), and a Ryzen Threadripper 1950x and the x399 Taichi motherboard. Now I need help selecting aio cooling + a GTX 1080 ti video card. As I understand, there is not much room for both the radiator and a video card that is long. Any suggestions? Budget is quite flexible and I don't mind paying a premium to get good results. Thanks in advance!
  12. I've seen rumors (mostly speculation) about the possibility of a Threadripper release using the new Zen+ process, however I haven't been able to find any articles regarding this. Maybe AMD is waiting for Zen 2 to make the release or haven't yet announced it, but I can't know for sure. Anyone know anything about this?
  13. So, on the new year i bought a Threadripper 1950X & accompanying Aorus X399 Gaming 7 motherboard. I initially had an Asetek style cooler, which was simply unable to get the heat away from the CPU (because it's got a small coldplate). So i upgraded coolers and bought a Liqtech TR4 360mm cooler. Temps were insanely low! 4 months on however, temps are now at the point where i'm concerned about either the cooler or the CPU. Using my 24/7 OC setting, i tried Prime95, temps quickly shot up and the system ended up shutting off for overheat protection! Odd, considering i used to be able to bench easily at 4.2ghz 1.4v. I reverted clocks back to stock (and reflashed the BIOS just in case), and the temps were still high, reaching the temp throttle point of 68c within seconds (even my Asetek one didnt perform that badly!) Loading up a reference point overclock setting (3.75ghz @ 1.275v), i was getting 86c, considering i originally was getting 58c at that same setting when originally fitted, that's a 30c increase! WHAT?! Temps are ~30c higher than when orgiginally fitted? I immediately stopped the test and reapplied paste, oddly the paste had turned a slight tinted green colour (the enermax stuff that came with the cooler), but was otherwise still similar to how it was when applied. I reapplied the same stuff in the same method (4 x 1 inch stripes where the dies are) and got exactly the same results, obviously the green tinting had nothing to do with it. Is my cooler failing or is it my CPU? or something else? FYI readings from original and current were both taken using the same version of HWinfo64 with the Tdie reading. I understand Tctl is artificially 27c higher so i ignored that. Original Results; Current Results (3.75ghz @ 1.275v, same profile as Slight OC of original)
  14. Hey guys, Wasn't sure whether to put this in the mining or build plan forum. Forgive me if it's in the wrong one. I read somewhere that it is possible to mine XMR using a Ryzen Threadripper CPU. Apparently the algorithm relies on 2MB of L3 Cache per thread to mine, which means that the algorithm will use 16 threads (8 cores), while the other cores and threads remain unused, which means one is effectively left with an 1800X that fits in a TR4 socket (if you use the 1950X). The 1950X supposedly pulls in around 1350H/s and draws about 100W while doing so. I punched these numbers into whattomine and came out with a yearly profit of ~$570AUD. The CPU costs around $1350AUD but it is not solely dedicated to mining and therefore a quick ROI is less important to me. And no, I don't want the 1920X because I'll only have 4 cores and 8 threads left over, which isn't enough for my workload. For those who are interested, I plan to couple it with an AORUS X399 motherboard, 16GB 3200Mhz or faster RAM, a GTX 1070 (they actually sell for under RRP here in Aus.) and a 512GB NVME SSD. There are 2 things I want to know: 1) Will my overall profitability increase if I overclock the CPU? (Hash rate will increase but so will TDP). And to what extent should I OC it to maximise profitability? 2) Am I better off just buying a cheaper 1800X (or 2700X) and not worry about mining?
  15. Soo... I'm right now saving bucks for new workstation and waiting for Threadripper 2 but considering Ryzen 2 is out I think we can already take some blind guesses about TR2. But for sake of accuracy and to not dive into speculations let's focus more on 1950x as it's well known CPU and we can assume that in the end performance characteristics will be similar in TR2 I guess. ---- My problem is that I really am able to use all of TR juice. I'm using Linux as workstation OS, buttloads of virtualization, 12 bay software RAID6 with encryption and in-fly compression for long-term storage, RAID1 hdd for home with software ssd caching and ssd for os, dual 10G networking for NAS functionality, JACK Audio system for DSP when listening to music or watching videos with software decoding for superior quality... so on, so on... and I'm basically raping CPU pretty hard even on "idle". My current i7-2600K sits around 30-50% total load all cores on "idle" and shits its pants when I'm doing anything serious, pci-e lanes are suffocated as hell, VMWare suffocated by 32gb ram, SATA ports maxed, networking waaay below expectations, everything is so much maxed and bottlenecking atm, that I actually had to use plenty of drilling and modding to fit all this junk into mobo and chassis. I also use btrfs fileststem which strongly benefits from ECC RAM. So Threadripper sounds like no brainer right?... Well... not really. I'm not hardcore gamer, honestly. I do play AAA titles but 1080p 24fps is "good enough" for me. I use Quadro 4000 as primary GPU (I need 10 bit color support for graphical apps) and GTX580 as CUDA device for rendering. In fact I even play games in virtual machine using VMWare Workstation because well... I love Bethesda games and they don't really work on Linux, while Windows doesn't really work well with... my setup. But I still do perform few tasks that are heavily bottlenecking on single thread with i7-2600K and have similar characteristics to gamimg. 2600K also struggles with recording game from within virtual machine and I'm getting like 10-16 fps... it's quite uncomfortable. ---- Long story short - I'm afraid of such dramatic change and I'm puzzled as I don't know if TR single thread is really THAT terrible. It's hard for me to tell what exactly is bottlenecking with i7 (if it's cache or multi core) but I never really get to 100% on all cores even though system runs like shit. Does anyone know how TR performs as daily driver with multiple single thread workloads? My second concern is - I get impression that motherboards don't really use all TR pcie lanes? I mean I saw Gigabyte motherboards which look cool but they only have 48 pci-e lanes? Are really all remaining 16 lanes going just for stuff like M.2 and SATA? I saw that 1950x single thread performance is around the same as 2600K which really makes me worried :C I'm honestly afraid that this single core will be so terrible that I won't feel much of performance improvement. I didn't have many systems in the past so I don't even have any intuition regarding this topic. I don't expect it to be spectacular, I just don't want to end up with stuttering potato for 1k$
  16. I've asked this a pretty long time ago. But I thought it was solved. Turns out it wasn't. My 1950X gets to around 85C (Sometimes above that) when almost iddling (2-7% usage) Is my AIO not working properly and should I RMA? Once I boot it up for the first time after I wake up, it seems to have a temperature between the 37 and 43 C, but the temperature slowly starts rising. I have my 1950X at 3.7 MHz at 1.125V and my memory is at 3200 Mhz. Some things that I noticed was that the entire radiator except for where the tubes go into the radiator is room temperature (So the only hot part is where the tubes enter the radiator). One of the 2 tubes is really hot and the other one is basically room temperature. Can anyone tell me what's going on? Thanks in advance.
  17. So, I'm starting to put together pieces for a new rig, and I wanted to bounce some questions off people who know more than me about some of this stuff. I want to do a roughly $2500 system, but want it best bang for your buck high-end AMD, so Threadripper 1920x/Ryzen 2800X. I've already gotten a 1070 from EVGA, which I'm going to set up to a 1080 Ti. I'll be using this for gaming/streaming/content creation, but more for gaming. My question is, is the 1920X worth it, or is the Ryzen 2800X going to be worth it? Also, would I be better off waiting until Threadripper Zen+ comes out instead? As it stands right now I'm looking at the following for my system build: Threadripper 1920X(might wait for Zen+) OR Ryzen 2800X ASUS Prime X399-A/ASUS Strix X470 Gaming 16GBs (4x4) DDR4 Corsair Dominator LPX 3200Mhz Enermax LIQTECH TR4 280mm AIO Liquid Cooler/Corsair H115i Samsung - 960 EVO 500GB M.2 Phanteks - Enthoo Pro TG RGB ATX/Phanteks - ENTHOO EVOLV ATX GLASS Corsair PSU 850W 80+ Gold EDIT: "Ill be "importing" these from an old computer into the new one: 2 TB storage drive Samnsung 860 Pro 500GB SSD 480GB Seagate 600 SSD AVerMedia Live Gaming Extreme GC550" That's my general build, and will probably go back and forth before I actually set it in stone. Another question I have is whether they're going to release a new Chipset with the new Threadripper+ processors or not. From what I've read, they aren't, but they are going to improve the already available motherboards. However, nothings been officially stated, other than a 2H 2018 release date for Threadripper with Zen+ cores. Thank you ahead of the answers!
  18. Hi Guys! Here is "THE REDRIPPER" project that I’ve been planning to build since the mid-winter due to lack of spare-time. The components have been laying around for months now. I’ve had enough to stare every single day to them, lol. So I decided to begin at least with a build-log. At the beginning i was doubting to go with AMD which it's first time to go with red team. I hope i won't be disappointed. This build will be used for 2D-3D modelling and video editing software which is very new for me. THE REDRIPPER COMPONENTS CPU: AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1950X (16-core/32-thread) Desktop Processor MOTHERBOARD: ASUS ROG ZENITH EXTREME sTR4 AMD X399 SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.1 Extended ATX AMD Motherboard GPU: EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti FOUNDERS EDITION, 11G-P4-6390, 11GB GDDR5X RAMS: G.SKILL TridentZ RGB Series 32GB (4 x 8GB) 288-Pin DDR4 SDRAM DDR4 3000 SSD: Samsung 960 PRO NVMe M.2 512GB SSD, Kingston HyperX Savage 480GB SSD SATA 3 2.5 PSU: EVGA SuperNOVA 1000 G3, 80 Plus Gold 1000W, Fully Modular M-2 HEATSINK: XPG STORM – RGB M.2 2280 SSD Heatsink CHASSIS: JONSBO MOD1 black&red WATER COOLING PARTS PUMP: Barrow D5 PWM 17W Pump + Byksi pumptop&cover. GPUBLOCK: Barrow Gtx 1080 Ti FE /Titan X(P) RGB Waterblock MONOBLOCK: Bitspower Asus ROG Zenith MonoBlock RGB-Nickel. HARDTUBES: Monsoon PETG Hardline Tube 1/2 x 5/8 Clear 4x pack (90cm). FITTINGS/ADAPTERS: Monsoon Hardline Economy Compression Fittings, 1/2" x 5/8" 6-Pack (2x red # 2x black packs) with etched logo of my first letters (AK). RADIATORS: Barrow 2x 360mm x 27mm fullcopper radiators. ADAPTERS: Barrow 2X 45 F-M, 45/90° degreese adapters and extentions. TEMP SENSOR: Barrowch Digital Temp sensor FANS: Enermax UCTBRGB12 BP7 or Aigo aurora 120mm RGB, TT-Riing 120mm fans ? AK DISTRIBUTION PANEL/RESERVOIR COOLANT: Primochill VUE Razer red I had no idea with what kind of paints to come up with. Did i even need to paint that aluminum brushed authentic case at all? Well, after making a few extra holes on fan holes (expanded a few mm) in front i had to recover it somehow. Then something more complicated came to my mind.Anodized Color coat, Granite Stone paint, Matt black paint and off course primer. I have lost many pictures during the process of the painting. Because my harddrive is got broke. These are what i have saved so far:(.
  19. build: Threadripper 1950X Asrock X399 Fatal1ty, 3.8 Ghz, 1.35 V Memory: 64 Gb TridentZ F4-3200C15D-32GTZR (4x16) Cooler(currently used): Noctua NH4-U12S-TR4 Air cooler with some benchmarking in Aida 64, it reaches way too crazy temp like 95 degrees last time. Even over 200 degrees in AIDA64(but i asked around LTT forum, they thought it was a misread in temperature, and i agreed too), i think it was a misread. But, still my build ran too hot and need better cooling. Thinking AIO liquid cooling, any recommendation? Thanks!
  20. Hello, so i am using Asrock X399 Fatality motherboard with 1950X threadripper. I am going to use this machine for rendering and editing architecture project video/render, so maximum RAM is necessary, looking for 64 Gb or 128 Gb for better performance, some projects need massive RAM( 16 Gb per module) According to the RAM Manufacturer Website, X399 Fatality memory QVL, https://asrock.com/mb/AMD/Fatal1ty X399 Professional Gaming/index.asp#Memory and based on CL 14 timings and Hynix/Samsung B-die chip as apparently they matter. Which of the following RAM will run the best? and suggestion are also welcomed for RAM other than which i listed, i may forgot a whole bunch and not really experienced with Threadripper. Thanks!!
  21. Ok, so I was benchmarking my Threadripper 1950X with ASrock X399 Fatal1ty Gaming Motherboard, 64 GB 3200 Mhz G.Skill RAM( 4 x 16, F4-3200C15D-32GTZR). CPU was running at 3800 Mhz with 1.35 V. Like the time it was posted, I was benchmarking at 5.00 Am because i was doing some architecture project(its one hell of a project) and benchmark it after finishing the project. I was going to stop the benchmark before going to the office However, i overslept(sorry, i was very tired due to the project, i wasnt trying to ruin my pc, i love it, i built it with money from my architecture competition) and woke up 07.00 Am, the benchmark crashed. The system has restarted but i shutdown it properly and rushed to my office because i have to. Several days later, i just run AIDA 64 to check what happened. NO, i dont photoshop the results, but i got 255 C in AIDA 64 as the report in the picture. Was it even possible? What caused it and how will it affect my PC after that? and how do i prevent it in the future from reaching that temp. Just as now, i write this post using my threadripper build, but i am still paranoid for the crazy 255 degrees result Oh yeah, the cooler was Noctua NH4 U12S for TR4 and got 5 casing fans.
  22. My 1950x Threadripper build will not post no matter what I do. I get stuck on error code 94 every time I power it on. I will include a list of everything that I have tried. 1. I verified my power supply is working on another computer. 2. I verified my gpu is working on another computer. I tried multiple different working gpus as well. 3. I get the same error code with or without a gpu installed. 4. I get the same error code with or without my m.2 ssd installed. 5. I verified my RAM is on the qualified vendors list. 6. I verified that I am using the correct RAM slot on the mobo. 7. I used 1 RAM stick and rotated it out with other RAM sticks within the same kit, same error code. 8. I tried using every x16 pcie slot on the mobo. 9. Updated motherboard bios. 10. Cleared cmos. 11. Checked cpu for bent pins. Found none. 12. Bought a second different motherboard (switched from Gigabyte to ASUS) and got same error code and all troubleshooting steps were the same on both mobos. 13. Made sure all psu, mobo and gpu power connections were secure. The only thing I can conclude is that I have 2 faulty motherboards or the cpu is broken. Any thoughts? I thought I'd come here for help before I bought or returned anything. Parts List: CPU: Threadripper 1950X CPU Cooler: Enermax LIQTECH TR4 360mm AIO Memory: Corsair Vengeance LPX 64GB (4x16GB) DDR4 2666 C16 (CMK64GX4M4A2666C16) Gigabyte Motherboard: GIGABYTE X399 AORUS Gaming 7 ASUS Motherboard: ASUS ROG STRIX X399-E GAMING Power Supply: Corsair AX1500i GPUs: MSI RX Vega 64 and XFX RX 580 (only tried separately) Storage: Samsung 960 EVO Series - 1TB PCIe NVMe - M.2
  23. Check this out folks, apparently this company succeeded combining both AMD and INTEL processors on the same motherboard. Interesting!
  24. Hey. I've encountered a really bad issue with my system. Every time I try to load the Profile #1 of my RAM in the uefi settings it's getting really uncomfortable. The computer actually has no problem with working with those speeds but the main problem is that I get an error when the computer has been turned off and has been disconnected from the power source after a while(when my setup is turned off I turn off the energy through a power strip) And that seems to be the problem; the computer is turning on, all fans blow to full speed and then it's turning off again. This repeats a second time and it's about then my setup is turning on properly. I already changed the mainboard at the vendor and got a new x-399-A and it didn't make any changes to the error. So I can't run my RAM at full speed which sucks. Any recommendations? My specs are: Threadripper 1950x 64GB (4x 16384MB) Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4-3000 DIMM CL15-17-17-35 Quad Kit 8GB Gainward Geforce GTX 1080 Phoenix Golden Sample ASUS Prime x399-a 650 Watts be quiet! Dark Power Pro 11 Modular 80+ Platinum Crucial _CT2050MX300 SSD Crucial_CT256MX100 SSD Western Digital WD 20 Purple 2TB
  25. I just finished my Threadripper 1950X + 1080ti hardline watercooled build, my first time using water cooling! Im looking at filling all 8 RAM slots with 16GB sticks, however mobo specs, CPU specs are getting confusing. Threadripper ive heard supports up to 3600Mhz speed RAM, however on the motherboard page i believe i saw that it only supports 2400Mhz when all slots filled to 128GB. Im confused, what speed RAM should i buy? 2400Mhz, 3600Mhz or higher?? -Motherboard: Asus Prime X399-A First time on these forums, would really appreciate if someone knows more about this, thanks!
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