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  • #31
    I believe Micron E-Die recommended voltages are too low. 1.35 recommended voltage for 3533 is weird
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    • #32
      Originally posted by holdyn View Post
      Is there support for 4600mhz kits or am I just doing something wrong? MSI x570 ACE and Corsair vengance lpx 4600 CMK16GX4M2K4600C19
      yes, Samsung B-die, A3/A2 mode

      Originally posted by JAngel View Post
      Honestly i'm stable with 1.7.0 settings on Micron E-Die 3400 fast but with every other setting on the latest versions i'm not. Taiphoon reports the kit as A1 PCB 10 layers ( BLS8G4D30AESBK.M8FE by Crucial, Micron E-Die ) 2x8GB. Voltage seems a bit low (1.350 for 3400 while 1.7.0 reports 1.390)
      At the moment Taiphoon very rarely recognizes the correct information for many reasons. I don't advise you to be guided by it; PCB RAM evaluation can be done visually.
      Indeed, the voltage recommendation has become lower, but it should be enough with a reserve.

      In any case, the voltage can vary greatly from sample to sample. And so there are special cases, which will be quite rare. Are the new recommendations not working for you? Try presets from E-die + A0.
      Last edited by 1usmus; 21-05-2020, 06:09 AM.
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      • #33
        Originally posted by Ender666666 View Post


        You should choose Micron E-die, because 062E is E-die.
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        • #34
          Thank you for your answer 1usmus, appreciate it

          Taiphoon reports A1 10 layers while when I opened my kit I experienced A2 PCB layout (single sided 4 and 4 chips). I tried 1.7.3 with A0 E-Die with all the voltage recommendations and while it'll boot TM5 will reports errors in like 3', maybe cause agesa 1.0.0.4 patch B?

          Also according to Taiphoon it's:
          MT40A1G8SA-075:E
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          • #35
            Thanks for the response 1usmus! I would never have known it was E-die.

            So I should select:

            Zen 2 (Ryzen 7 3700x)
            Micron E/H-die
            A0 PCB rev
            1 Memory Rank
            3600 Freq (It's rated speed)
            4 DIMM (I have 4)
            X570 / sTRX4 (I have an X570)

            ???
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            • #36
              Hi folks, hi 1usmus!

              I really appreciate the knowledge & tools you provide to those willing to learn everything bout tweaking & configuring their builds - thanx 4 that!

              After a decade stickin to Intel (mainly Xeon) workstations I recently built my first personal Threadripper 3960x (on ASRock TRX40 Creator) based Workstation! And absolutely I love it - especially beeing able to oc and configure all those parameters locked on Xeons.. 🙃 CPU-tweaking in conjunction with 1usmus' genius Universal PowerPlan works like a charm, BUT I'm really stuck in terms of my DRAM OC-cfg! Does anybody have any experiences with overclocking 2666 M-Die ECC RAM (in my case it's 4 modules 32GB Samsung M391A4G43MB1-CTD which are dual ranked)?

              Unfortunately these DIMMs are rather rare and therfore not featured by the fantastic DRAM Calculator from 1usmus ...I am searching the web for days now and didn't even find one single post on M-Die behaviour, timings whatsoever :-( I came across buildzoid's vids where he's 'time lapse style' OCing the NON-ECC brother of this RAM, but honestly, when I try imitating buildzoids approaches with my ECC version I will just end up resetting cmos at certain point ...do you have any advice what are the most adequate settings I could feed into the DRAM Calculator in order to get a basic set of timings I could start off with?

              help would be highly appreciated! thanx in advance!!

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