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  1. There's a thread in DCS forum about this topic and this latest generation AMD cards outperform the NVidia offerings. https://forums.eagle.ru/topic/254028-amd-rx-6800xt-vs-nvidia-rtx-3080/ in FS2020 is the other way around, but only at higher resolution and the difference is nowhere near as big as in Il-2. I think Il-2 has not been updated to take into consideration this new AMD cards.
  2. 😆 I know exactly what you mean. Gigabyte RGB fusion still can't control the memory RGB properly on my board. It could, if I'd let it start with the OS, but then it interferes with the USBs.
  3. Man, Gigabyte are crap at software. ASUS and MSI are on Agesa 1.1.9.0 and are about to release 1.2.0.0.....and Gigabyte just released a new version of AGESA 1.1.0.0 today. Two generations of Bios behind.... Their hardware is top notch, but their software department should be sent to gulag. I'll go back to ASUS for my next build.
  4. Ryzen Dram calculator tool has good specs up to, and including 3866MHz. For Ryzen, you can just install that and Typhoon burner and you can get very close. No guess work, or too much knowledge needed. All you need is to know where everything goes in BIOS.
  5. I don't know if it's an AMD issue or not, but I got no gains going from 3800Mhz to 3866MHz and very similar latency. This may not be apples to apples comparation, because I swapped to a beta bios between the test runs. Intel based systems may be different. Going from 3200Mhz to 4000Mhz you should notice a solid difference. I remember last year's il-2 Benchmark results were very dependent on memory and the top few places were separated because of memory speed. With the Beta Bios I got my infinity fabric to 2000Mhz, but was not able to get my 3600Mhz Gskill kit to 4000Mhz. I think that's mostly because I'm clueless. 😆 I'll try again, once new bios is released. I had USB issues with that beta bios and had to flash it back. 3800Mhz specs and latency: 3866Mhz specs and latency:
  6. I've been on that list since December 23rd, so..... 🤣
  7. 3080Ti was postponed by Nvidia. It was suposed to be released in February, but they can't get enough stock for the current versions, and just released the mobile 3000 series, so they are going to milk the 3090 a bit longer. https://www.tomsguide.com/news/nvidia-geforce-rtx-3080-ti-is-now-reportedly-delayed-indefinitely I was looking forward for a 3080ti, but now AMD's cards look more interesting by the day....But then again, AMD doesn't have stock either. It's a shitsow.
  8. Congrats Looks great! This new cards are powerful. I need to replace mine too. I just got hung because of the 10GB of ram. Congrats!
  9. I tried an early F-32a beta Bios and I was able to get the infinity fabric to 2000Mhz without problems. Now, if I knew how to get my memory to 4000Mhz......
  10. One thing worth mentioning, when we talk about the best hardware for Il-2 right now, is the new feature launched by ASUS with their X570 Dark Hero. Asus dynamic OC switcher allows the motherboard to switch, on the fly, between all core overclock and PBO, based on workload. This feature alone, makes this board the best Zen 3 board right now. Once setup, the motherboard will use the high single core boost of the PBO overclock in games and the all core overclock for heavy tasks.
  11. I tried multiple settings. In BIOS: PBO off, On, On+200, On+100, auto. Then I reinstalled Ryzen Master and I think I'll keep it. I clicked on PBO, 500 PPT, 200 TDC and 220EDC and it looks like it likes it here. I probably won't mess with it until the new version of Ryzen Master comes in February. I watched my maximum boost in HWinfo and with this settings looks like i have seven cores that boost over 5GHz. That's pretty impressive for a CPU that advertises maximum single core boost 4.9GHz. 😁 I also tinkered a bit with the memory and it now takes the "fast preset from Dram calculator and my latency dropped to 55.7ns. It didn't take all the values exactly like in the calculator, but I got no errors after two hours of stress test and that's good enough for now. There's new bios coming soon for Gigabyte motherboards, new Ryzen Master and a new clock tuner for ryzen, so I'll wait for those before i tinker with it again. And here's a shot from Zen timings. maybe it helps others:
  12. Jaws2002

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    An old prostitute tells her plastic surgeon that she wants her vaginal lips reduced in size because they were too loose and floppy. Out of embarrassment she insisted that the surgery be kept a secret and the surgeon agreed. Awakening from the anesthesia after the surgery she found 3 roses carefully placed beside her on the bed. Outraged, she immediately calls in the doctor, "I thought I asked you not to tell anyone about my operation!" The surgeon told her he had carried out her wish for confidentiality and that the first rose was from him: "I felt sad because you went through this all by yourself." "The second rose is from my nurse. She assisted me in the surgery and empathized because she had the same procedure done some time ago." "And what about the third rose?" she asked. "That's from a man upstairs in the burn unit. He wanted to thank you for his new ears."
  13. I think, in this game memory makes a bigger impact than newer games. it's all about high single core boost and fast, low latency memory. When you overclock the memory, start with the safe settings from Ryzen DRAM calculator. That's a great tool to get the memory where it can get. This will also depend on your motherboard, because some higher end motherboards have very strong power delivery with more accurate power control. I go lucky with the safe settings for 3800Mhz for my kit, but it didn't take all the timings for some reason, but sure enough it runs good and gave me no errors after a few hours of memory stress testing. I'm sure I still have room for improvement with the memory, I just have to read up on it more....I'm just too clueless. 🤣 Here are the settings for my kit right now. You can see the ones that don't match with the suggested values. This are the "safe" settings for my kit. I tried once the "fast' settings and it told me to pi$$ off. 🤣 There's plenty room for improvement here.
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