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  • #46
    btw 1usmus I run Hynix DJR which is apparently "B1" Revision but works with A3/A2/B2 PCB Revision. you might want to add it.




    Last edited by Whiskeyomega; 22-06-2020, 10:02 PM.
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    • #47
      Originally posted by farpetrad View Post
      Hey everyone, new to the site and trying to overclock ram on Ryzen and really need some help. Current setup is

      MSI Creator TRX40
      Threadripper 3970x
      G.Skill 128gb (8x16) 14-14-14-34.

      System is watercooled and cpu temps are great. This system is mainly for work but I do game a tiny bit so want to get more performance. I was using a 64gb Corsair [email protected] kit but while working I could easily hit the 64 gigs and decided to upgrade to a better kit. I've been trying to just get a simple 3600 oc running but I can not get the system to post for the life of me.

      Memory report from Thaiphoon


      Timings I'm attempting
      Have you tried changing your Ram Type to A3/A2 category ? I believe your kit should be in this category. This will influence what the calculator outputs. I have the same kit, all be it the 32GB Variant and I can hit over 3600Mhz. (This is a 4x 8GB Module kit). I do know that as the memory count goes up, it can hamper the overall speeds you can achieve. Can you attain a lower speed setting ? Have you tried looser timings ?

      The calculator is great, but also a guideline at times and what it gives out does not guarantee 100% compatibility. If 3600Mhz does not work on the tighter timings, loosen them up. If that does not work then keep the looser timings but also reduce the ram clock until you get stability. Once you know you are stable, you can revisit the timings again,
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      • #48
        I did try that and it just fails, this is the current oc I am able to run.

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        Ryzen Threadripper 3970x
        Memory
        G.Skill 128gb (8x16) 3200 14-14-14-34
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        1tb Samsung 970 Evo Plus
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        Corsair Hx1200i
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        • #49
          Originally posted by farpetrad View Post
          I did try that and it just fails, this is the current oc I am able to run.

          So I notice a few things right now.

          1. You are using the Fast preset on the calculator, do you fair better at a higher clock rate say 3600Mhz but on the Safe preset ? Fastest is nice but not always going to work out, so sometimes you have to fallback to safe, but in all honesty the timings still stay fairly tight.

          2. I notice your memory rank is set to 2. Are you sure your kit is dual ranked ? This plays a part in outputting the correct settings. I ironically had mine set to dual by accident and could never get my OC stable, as soon as I went to single ranked (Which my ram is) I was able to get the OC stable.

          3. Do yourself a favour and in the voltage section of the calculator, set all your voltages to maximum in the BIOS. Once you are stable you can revisit the voltages and reduce them later if you want, but we might as well just remove that as a factor straight away.
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          • #50
            Hello, I am trying to use Thaiphoon to export the data to Dram calculator. When I click report I do not get any option to "Show delays in nanoseconds". Has it changed? I am using version 16.1.1.0
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            • #51
              Of course I find it after I post... I had to click the "Read" button then the "Report" button.
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              • #52
                At least you figured it out
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                Quadro 1800 (Placeholder for 3080Ti Upgrade)
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                • #53
                  I did a few speed steps up and have been running 3533 stable since this morning, it passed a few hour long memtest with no issues so I know I can get that 3600 its just being finicky when I try to go up to it. I'm running 1.45v and 1.0 on the soc other voltages are still on auto. Didn't change any of the termination block settings or cad bus block settings.


                  Score at 3333 was 16913 or something like that so I know I can tighten things a little more (hopefully) and get that score or better back. Timespy did get a huge improvement though

                  https://www.3dmark.com/compare/spy/1...7/spy/12624601 a comparison between 3533 and my 3266 that was my previous best non cpu oc run.
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                  Ryzen Threadripper 3970x
                  Memory
                  G.Skill 128gb (8x16) 3200 14-14-14-34
                  Storage
                  1tb Samsung 970 Evo Plus
                  Storage
                  1tb Samsun 970 Evo
                  Storage
                  1tb Inland Sata SSD
                  PSU
                  Corsair Hx1200i
                  Cooling
                  ABSOLUTE THREADRIPPER 3+ CPU BLOCK, 2xEK Coolstream 480mm, 1xCorsair XR5 240mm, 8x Noctura NF-A12, 8x Corsair ML120, 2x Corsair LL120, Heatkiller IV 2080 GPU Block
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                  Corsair 1000D
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                  • #54
                    Originally posted by farpetrad View Post
                    I did a few speed steps up and have been running 3533 stable since this morning, it passed a few hour long memtest with no issues so I know I can get that 3600 its just being finicky when I try to go up to it. I'm running 1.45v and 1.0 on the soc other voltages are still on auto. Didn't change any of the termination block settings or cad bus block settings.


                    Score at 3333 was 16913 or something like that so I know I can tighten things a little more (hopefully) and get that score or better back. Timespy did get a huge improvement though

                    https://www.3dmark.com/compare/spy/1...7/spy/12624601 a comparison between 3533 and my 3266 that was my previous best non cpu oc run.
                    Those are some nice results ! Certainly goes to show what a difference efficient RAM speeds can do. I certainly focus a lot more on the timings these days than I did back in the day.
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                    Quadro 1800 (Placeholder for 3080Ti Upgrade)
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                    Acer Predator X34 (Ultrawide)
                    Case
                    Be Quiet Dark Base Pro 900 V2
                    Operating System
                    Windows 10 Pro X64
                    CPU
                    AMD Ryzen 2700X (8 Core/16 Thread)
                    Motherboard
                    Asrock X570 Phantom Gaming ITX BT3
                    GPU
                    MSI GeForce GTX 1660 Armour OC
                    Memory
                    16GB Corsair Vengeance 3200Mhz DDR4 CL16
                    PSU
                    Be Quite Power11 600 Watt
                    Storage
                    Kingston A2000 256GB M.2
                    Storage
                    Sandisk Ultra 2 1TB SSD
                    Storage
                    Toshiba X300 4TB HDD
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                    Corsair Hydro H75 AIO
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                    • #55
                      1usmus
                      hello i have a problem

                      ryzen 3600 mobo b450
                      ram: tridentz rgb 2x8 3200mhz cl16

                      hynix A-die (AFR)
                      when I try calculate to 3600 have error "not supported" but lower mhz ( 3466 and lower working) so why 3600mhz calculate doesnt work?

                      actually ram working 3600mhz cl 16 19 19 85 but i want to calculate lower timings

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