I'll try it... But I'm getting 15-20% bonus out of it. When I compare 32/64 SMT on.The 16mb cache as Numa domain adds a lot. Also without smt work scheduling becomes more easy on the complex Numa config and increasing trueput. Just try, I have disabled smt and ht on almost all system I run. Amd also advice it for hpc
It is RDIMMs. Not sure why I wrote UDIMMs. I corrected my post.Are you sure about your UDIMM, actualy EPYC only supports (L)RDIMM? Noone can tell if your Software will profit, but you could easily test, overclock your memory a bit and test how it scales.
My experience has been you can almost get one bin above rated speed at stock volts, two if you tweak the voltages a little. RAM is very aggressively binned these days - everything comes off the same line and is sorted according to speed after production, so at JEDEC voltages you don't get much wiggle room.Hi there,
I am not completley sure, but it seems like some of you have mananaged to run non 3200 memory @3200 MHz. Would you mind sharing, which specific modulus you have used?
Speaking of which. Anyone have/know an epyc board that support ram voltage adjustment?My experience has been you can almost get one bin above rated speed at stock volts, two if you tweak the voltages a little. RAM is very aggressively binned these days - everything comes off the same line and is sorted according to speed after production, so at JEDEC voltages you don't get much wiggle room.
i am one of those having h11dsi with modified bios. and i cal tell you that changing P-state values in bios don't work. indeed you can change the values, but they don't have any effect. so, modded bios is not working as it was intended on h11dsi with epyc naples cpuMy understanding is that the H11DSi users here have a BIOS with all of the debugging features unlocked, should be possible to make one for the H11SSL but I haven't tried.
Hey, in my experience it does a lot. I use my system as personal workstation for mostly video render and editing. By far the best perf is running 3200mhz. Have it filled with just simple default Kingston 3200mhz Rdimm. It's not that expensive. Even got 2 mac Pro kits really cheap second hand I mixed in between. But it helps a lotWith a new BIOS I got my Asus KNPA-U16-R running with my Epyc 7502 ES. I'm using the "bit of both" OC with good results.
I have 8 x 8GB 2133MHz RDIMMs. From all of this memory discussion and testing, it is worth it for me to get faster RAM? I use my system for 3D and video work. Not sure how much difference faster RAM would benefit me in real-world tasks.
I have used 3 windows versions.for people running windows10, what version do you find works best and what drivers?
couldnt find any specific win10 epyc drivers
Why? What's not working now? Have used a rtx 2060s and 2080s without issue