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So what did you do to enable 2400mhz on bios 1.4. I was able to run at 2400 with a similar memory configuration up through bios 1.3 on 1.4I have tried everything and I still can not reach 2400mhz with.4 dimms

I not using 1.41 beta I using official 1.40 bios

A-XMP 3200 not 2933

then selected 2400 as speed

I tried high value than 2400 and it won't post
post #672 of 1106
On Cinebench

When clocked @ 4Ghz I get a score of 1610
When clocked @ 3.9HGhz I score 1685

both were stable in Prime95

Shouldn't I get a better score for Higher clock rate

I added voltage and still same score

at one point score was 4Ghz was 1715 however I could not repeat this and I keep getting worse scores than 3.9Ghz overclock

any advice?
post #673 of 1106
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Originally Posted by samsoundguy View Post

On Cinebench

When clocked @ 4Ghz I get a score of 1610
When clocked @ 3.9HGhz I score 1685

both were stable in Prime95

Shouldn't I get a better score for Higher clock rate

I added voltage and still same score

at one point score was 4Ghz was 1715 however I could not repeat this and I keep getting worse scores than 3.9Ghz overclock

any advice?



i dont ever dip below 1700 @4 But it does fluctuate aroun 1720's-1750ish..... wish i had an answer for u. Figured id post the pic so u can see most of the settings.
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On Cinebench

When clocked @ 4Ghz I get a score of 1610
When clocked @ 3.9HGhz I score 1685

both were stable in Prime95

Shouldn't I get a better score for Higher clock rate

I added voltage and still same score

at one point score was 4Ghz was 1715 however I could not repeat this and I keep getting worse scores than 3.9Ghz overclock

any advice?

Try running 3.9 ghz without boost enabled .

Then report your score here. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


Edited by cssorkinman - 4/14/17 at 3:28pm
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That is interesting. The official overclocking guide released by AMD, section 5.1.5 gives an example of overclocking memory just up to 2666 and notes upping SOC voltage to 1.20v, which makes me wonder why AMD would bother with such a reference it if isn't required...

https://www.amd.com/system/files/2017-03/AMD-Ryzen-Processor-and-AMD-Ryzen-Master-Overclocking-Users-Guide.pdf

(I am NOT saying 1.20v is necessary, just that the example seems to indicate that AMD expects higher voltages will be needed)


I think AMD's guide is a reference and SOC 1.20v is MAX for air/water cooling for 24/7.....what Chew found through his extensive testing was 1.05 was all that was needed....more didn't prove better.
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Guy I know from a forum with a Gigabyte X370 Gaming 5 with the latest bios can now run 4 x 8GB sticks at 3200MHz, prior to the latest bios he was unable to achieve this and was stuck with 2400MHz with 4 x 8GB sticks...........so it's all in the bios code??????
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Guy I know from a forum with a Gigabyte X370 Gaming 5 with the latest bios can now run 4 x 8GB sticks at 3200MHz, prior to the latest bios he was unable to achieve this and was stuck with 2400MHz with 4 x 8GB sticks...........so it's all in the bios code??????

You have to temper expectations somewhat, however improvements are coming. AMD themselves have indicated further improvements next month are coming, and they are not sure where things will eventually settle down yet. Also, remember when Intel first used DDR4 it was a long development cycle before they were able to achieve what is now routine.
post #678 of 1106
I turned off boost

now it seems to be getting a higher score

1695 cinebench

Ok I see you have higher ram speed than me. because I'm running 4 slots @ 2400

almost 1700
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I turned off boost

now it seems to be getting a higher score

1695 cinebench

Ok I see you have higher ram speed than me. because I'm running 4 slots @ 2400

almost 1700

Disabling cstate in bios as well as power profile changes in windows can mess with performance as well.

Example of the effects of ram speed on this platform.
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Guy I know from a forum with a Gigabyte X370 Gaming 5 with the latest bios can now run 4 x 8GB sticks at 3200MHz, prior to the latest bios he was unable to achieve this and was stuck with 2400MHz with 4 x 8GB sticks...........so it's all in the bios code??????

The AGESA code will have a significant impact from what I understand.
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