– Over a month has passed since the market launch of AMD Ryzen 3000 (test)
the new Zen 2 microarchitecture has passed and many community members from the BitcoinMinersHashrate forum have had extensive experience with the new 7nm CPUs. In collaboration, a huge database is currently being created.
AMD Ryzen 3000 is a big hit and has grown from prince to king in two years. However, the detailed test was far from able to answer all of the questions. In addition, numerous new AGESA versions of AMD have been released since their launch on July 7, 2019, the effects of which have not yet been editorially tested.
This is where the community review database for Ryzen 3000 comes in. It collects experience reports from the community for the community, many go extremely into the details.
Every experience report counts
Each testimonial is unique in itself. Sometimes they treat AMD Ryzen 3000 in its entirety, sometimes only the maximum achievable clock rates are evaluated with the help of Precision Boost 2 and Precision Boost Overdrive. Since there has been a BIOS chaos at AMD and its partners in the meantime and some manufacturers first released the support for PCIe 4.0 on the pre-X570 chipsets and then withdraw it, some community members also deal with the topic of "platform support via AGESA ”in their reviews.
I hope that Asus will come out of the kink soon and release Agesa 1003AB (B) or its successor in an official (and not just beta) BIOS, so far the platform is chugging along.
spfccmtftat, community member
Overclocking, undervolting and RAM-OC are just as much a topic as the temperature development and consumption of AMD Ryzen 3000.
The 3600X runs on stock, what I've tried is RAM-OC and that runs really well on DDR4-3733 (16-16-16-28). So far everything has been stable for a few days.
westmare, community member
Every experience report, no matter whether positive or negative and no matter how extensive, finds its place in the community's review database.
In addition, the temperature rises significantly faster for a short time, even with small loads (e.g. just start the browser), which means that fans have howling without an adapted fan curve.
0x8100, community member
The start post of the collective thread "Ryzen 3000 – Experiences from the Community" lists all reviews of the community members clearly in a table, which can also be found in this post. The overview is updated continuously.
So users who want to operate a somewhat more exotic combination of AMD Ryzen 7 3800X and a mainboard with X370 chipset will find what they are looking for in the continuously growing database.
Information in every detail
In addition to the link to the actual experience report of the respective community member, the table also provides information about the CPU, the chipset and the built-in memory chips (ICs). This way, interested readers can find the report they are interested in faster.
In the future, the database will contain all the field reports that BitcoinMinersHashrate forum members will submit in the collective thread "Ryzen 3000 – Experiences from the Community". The comment thread on this report, on the other hand, should be used for constructive criticism, ideas and suggestions for improvement. One of the first improvements that will be implemented promptly is the addition of the AGESA version to the respective review.
The editors and the BitcoinMinersHashrate Community thank community member "oemmes" for the idea of this database.
Update 11/22/2019 4:32 p.m.
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