use the zenstates.py script to list out the factory p-states.
Package Type: 2
P0 - Enabled - FID = 94 - DID = 8 - VID = 48 - Ratio = 37.00 - vCore = 1.10000
P1 - Enabled - FID = 8C - DID = A - VID = 58 - Ratio = 28.00 - vCore = 1.00000
P2 - Enabled - FID = 84 - DID = C -...
Got the board + cpu + ram combo
AMD Threadripper 3970X (used, ~7 month old)
MSI TRX40 Pro WiFi - (used, flashed with bios to work in headless mode)
Teamgroup Dark Pro 3466 8GB x 4 sticks (used, Samsung b-die, single rank)
price for the combo: $2700
Also have the following,
you'd want to check the memory QVL for the board. This is not a mandatory list of modules that would work but just a reference. otherwise it's just an experiment. I've used hynix 8gb 2133 sticks with asrock epycd8 and romed8 boards
Yup. Actuals were a lot lower. 3.1 Ghz or so. the EDC bug killing the chip doesn't impact 100-000000053-04 or is it no longer relevant?
1000w on dual socket board?
Typically, on these high power CPU boards we got a chunky VRM heatsink. I wasn't able to see anything like that on epycd8-2t board.
Anyone knows what VRMs are used on Asrock epycd8-2t motherboard?
I was able to use the Rome OC software on an AMD EPYC 7742 QS and applying 4 GHz max core frequency yield ~23.8K pts on CB20 but the power consumption at wall was around 400W
considering a gpu (20w) and chipset power/psu efficiency...
I'm yet to test bonding configs. I did test with mtu 9000 and txqueuelen to 10k and 20k. I am able to saturate bandwidth on iperf test results. Turns out that I'd be limited to x4 slot since the x570 board has just 2 slots and 16x slot is going to be used for 4 x nvme storage.
p.s. Don't think...