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Is CL18 at 3200MHz better than CL15 3000MHz? Managed to find some stable timings at 3200MHz until the new AGESA comes up. AIDA benchmark scores are better than CL15 3000MHz. Also heard that higher frequency is benefited to games hence trying to stay at 3200MHz G.Skill Trident Z 3000MHz 16GB Kit. Hynix M-Die F4-3000C15-8GTZB
Which SOC Voltage reading should I be following? I increased the SOC Voltage earlier on Ryzen Master to 1.175V and the SOC voltage reading on the motherboard showed a reading of 1.25V whilst the one in the CPU section showed the desired 1.175V reading.
Tried this with the G.Skill Trident Z 3000MHz CL15 16GB kit I've got which uses Hynix M-Die. The settings it gives me "Safe Preset" doesn't post on boot. Was trying to get some stable timings for 3200MHz with fail. Fast Preset also failed at the stock 3000MHz speed.
I have the 3000MHz version. Not RGB, But the normal Trident Z. It uses Hynix M-Die. It runs fine at it's 3000MHz XMP profile. At the moment, I'm in the process of trying to get it stable at 3200MHz CL15 Ryzen 1700.
Trying for slightly tighter timings. After 20mins of memtest it popped up with an error. Any tips on what I could do to get it stable?
I've managed to overclock my "G.Skill Trident Z 3000MHz CL15 16GB 1.35V " kit to 3200MHz 16-16-15-36 1T at 1.38V Stable. What's better, tighter timings at 3200MHz or try to get stable 3466MHz? I can get it to boot at 3466MHz but with loose timings. Haven't had much play at 3466MHz yet. Just been concentrating on 3200 at this moment. Ryzen 1700 @ 3.6GHz Gigabyte AX370 Gaming K5
G.Skill Trident Z 3000MHz CL16 16GB 1.35V Kit Overclocked to 3200MHz CL 16-16-15-36 1T 1.38V (Fluctuates to 1.4V in HWinfo64) Ryzen 1700 3.6GHz 1.21V Forgot to add stability screenshots. It did pass 1 hour of Prime 95 on custom settings to eat all my RAM up
Okay. But... Even with P-State overclocking not working on the K5 motherboard right now. It's possible that it could work in the future? Would love to see this feature working
Flashed the BIOS on my K5, It has P-State overclocking, everytime I adjust the P-States and save the configuration, then go back into the BIOS, it's changed back to Auto.
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