Question Problem with my ryzen 3600

Oct 11, 2019
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Hi guys. I have a performance problem with my ryzen 3600. After the next reboot, something went wrong.
Check out the screenshots below.




How do I fix this?
 

EndEffeKt_24

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I see two things that catch my eye:
  1. You Memory latency is pretty high with 95 ns
  2. The northbridge clock refers to the infinity fabric I think. Its specifies with 798 mhz. So I would check what Ram frequency and fabric clock you are running and enable xmp or amd equivalent.
 
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You now posted a benchmark with correct memory and fabric timings and state that this is not the problem. Dont know seems like you have configured your ram correctly now.
I assume by your statement that you see no performance increase?
The problem is the speed of L1 and L2 caches.
It is independent of DRAM speed. Before I have this speed
 

EndEffeKt_24

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The problem is the speed of L1 and L2 caches.
It is independent of DRAM speed. Before I have this speed
I am not at home right now so I cant run aida on my 3700x right now to compare. 500 gb/s seems ok I guess. Note that your Ram speed is specified in MB/s while cache is GB/s. Did you re-run the cpu benchmark without crippling memory speeds?
 
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I am not at home right now so I cant run aida on my 3700x right now to compare. 500 gb/s seems ok I guess. Note that your Ram speed is specified in MB/s while cache is GB/s. Did you re-run the cpu benchmark without crippling memory speeds?
This is my old result, which I recorded before the failure. Comapre this screenshots




Something went wrong and performance dropped
 

EndEffeKt_24

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Yeah ok see it. I myself am pretty new to the Ryzen territory. Do you have a manual overclock applied? If yes I would run the cpu bone stock again and revert any voltage changes to the cpu socket.
 

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