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 Post subject: Re: Ryzen Chipsets
PostPosted: Tue May 23, 2017 12:01 am 
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dante wrote:
Can you point me to a link w instruction ? I too was under the impression I could not o'clock my stock i7 4790 ...


This may be helpful

https://www.techpowerup.com/forums/thre ... er.223906/

It seems raising the base clock is the way to go - Not done this myself so don't know for sure - Overclockers.net may be helpful or a similar site -


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 Post subject: Re: Ryzen Chipsets
PostPosted: Sun Oct 08, 2017 2:23 pm 
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Did anyone test AMD Ryzen with Scope at all?


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 Post subject: Re: Ryzen Chipsets
PostPosted: Tue Oct 10, 2017 1:58 pm 
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After my Z170/Z270 ASIO Driver issues I settled for Z97.

Im waiting for AMD Quads w/ Vega iGPU in 2018.

Would love to see Ryzen chipsets with Scope DSP.

Help us out and build one...... :wink:

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 16, 2017 2:18 am 
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dawman wrote:
After my Z170/Z270 ASIO Driver issues I settled for Z97.


I talked to my hardware expert guy when I recognized there´s Intel i9, x299 and z370 now.
I had to explain XITE-1 DSP farm and SCOPE 5.1 show issues since z170 was introduced and z97 is the last working w/ full bandwidth on PCIe bus.

His answer was there were several changes in adress reservations for M.2 being introduced w/ z170 / x99 / z270 / x299 and he expects nothing will be better w/ z370 for SCOPE and XITE-1 PCIe card data thruput until S|C comes w/ a solution.
I think it makes sense ´cause I remember z97 handled only 1 M.2, some z170 mobos handled only 1 M.2 too but some other already handled 2, while all z270 mobos handled 2 of these always.
More M.2 is the only very obvious hardware change in z170 and z270 mobos.

Different proc-socket types 1150 vs 1151 etc. might playsome role too, but not sure.

At least, an ASIO driver update alone won´t fix these issues at all.

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Im waiting for AMD Quads w/ Vega iGPU in 2018.

Would love to see Ryzen chipsets with Scope DSP.

Help us out and build one...... :wink:


Ryzen chipsets might not be better.
I guess AMD want´s to adress many M.2 slots as well and there aren´t so many different ways eventually.

It might be some ressource sharing issue between M.2 and PCIe slots and AFAIK now, it makes no difference if there is any M.2 media inserted into a slot or not as also I´m to aware of disabeling M.2 slots completely.

Can be mobo design/architecture plays a role too and there might be some where the issue is less obvious tham w/ others.

:)

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PostPosted: Sat Oct 28, 2017 12:54 pm 
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Someone else mentioned PCI-e X 4 - instead of X1 but that would be another PCI-e card wouldn't it? - And more throughput but if it was possible people would buy a PCI-e x4 card for Xite

One of my favorite Z170 boards is the Gigabyte Z170X Gaming 7 - This has 3 x PCI-e x1 slots + 3 x 16 size slots

If S|C released a solution I'm sure people would buy - On Z97 via PCI-e x 1 slot it is just 1 x PCI-e lane thru an x1 slot - which would make Xite quite slow on only 1 x PCI-e lane - I'm not saying it's not good enough - :)

What is the best solution here moving forwards?

People with older Z97 or older boards can have good use still - Someone got Xite working on Z270?


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 Post subject: Re: Ryzen Chipsets
PostPosted: Sat Oct 28, 2017 2:30 pm 
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PCIe 1x is more than fast enough for the XITE's use.
PCIe 4x works exactly the same as 1x, if a 1x card is in the 4x slot.
the only disadvantage to the 4x slot is that it's easier to misalign the card, but misaligning the card is still pretty hard to do.

it looks like you will have to do the testing. you can't just wait for someone else to waste money...


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