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Yep. I can only say that to get to 3200MHz guaranteed on this platform, 3200C14 kits are the way to go. thumb.gif

But not 16GBx2 kits frown.gif better luck with 8GBx2 it seems

Well, since you strayed again from the conversation, let me just remind you of the fact that at the moment, only Single Rank or Single Sided sticks are advised and are guaranteed for and over 2666.

It means, 2*8GB right?
Edited by mus1mus - 3/22/17 at 11:45pm
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But not 16GBx2 kits frown.gif better luck with 8GBx2 it seems

Work in progress smile.gif
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Work in progress smile.gif

Hey if they can get it to where i can toggle A-XMP and have 3200 CL14 with 16gb sticks i'll be happy.
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post #5594 of 11741
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Yeah, depending on the kit the timings can be different. That's why I use words like often and usually. Tighter timings will provide performance benefits in certain situations where latency is an impediment, but not to the degree that improving both RAM frequency and data fabric speed will improve overall performance. Of course, all things being equal, tighter timings are better than looser ones as a general statement.
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Its an amd quirk period. Amd imc has always been picky. Deneb liked elpida hyper, thuban bbse special bins, llano bbse special bins. BD i retired so up until now no clue. Ryzen likes b die...

Hell AMD officially stated it.

Also the subs no access to? Loose very loose.

If hynix is shaky now.....tighter will just make it worse.

Timings for now seem to do little on locked ref clock boards.

Buying in 3200 bin 14-14-14 means you can do spec @ 3200 and ensures you get b die. Rest is a gamble
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Yep. I can only say that to get to 3200MHz guaranteed on this platform, 3200C14 kits are the way to go. thumb.gif

Ok I think I get it now. So the point of getting C14 kits is to ensure that you get B-die...which in turn gives you the best chance of getting to 3200MHz and the big performance jump. The fact that it is C14 instead of C16 is just a bonus. thumb.gif +rep all around!
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3200MHz guarantee is still more important than timings at the moment.

3433 CL 14-14-14-14-1T
3433 CL 14-13-13-13-1T
3433 CL 12-13-13-13-1T

yields same figures in AIDA64.
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New some new memory with time, currently running 2933mhz with 15-17-17-17-1T 1.350V, not bad, but not great either.. My 1700 is running at 1.330V-1.352V at 3900. Not that bad I guess.

Which sensor is the correct one? CPU or CPU diode? The CPU under 100% folding is 54'C, while the CPU diode is 49'C. VRMs on the CH6 is sitting at just 50'C. biggrin.gif
Edited by GreedyMuffin - 3/23/17 at 12:55am
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Where's @Sgt Bilko ?

Has anyone tried Sisoft Benchmark?
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Actually palnning it also as a migration of my current fx8370 workstation running IRONCAD and KeyShot. My expectation is that the better I/O will reduce saving time. I will only use one GPU and hopefully a lower power consumption and cooling noise on KeyShot. Looking forward to it.

Completely forgot about Keyshot. Which GPU are you running on it?

[EDIT] nevermind forgot it was a CPU bound renderer.
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Yep. I can only say that to get to 3200MHz guaranteed on this platform, 3200C14 kits are the way to go. thumb.gif

I've got the 3200c14 gskill and I can't get 3200 frown.gif

I'm starting to think it's my 1700 capabilities. 2933 is fine tho.

I do still have the 1800x here, got another 2 weeks before I'd have to send it back. I'm tempted to swap...
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Originally Posted by mus1mus View Post

3200MHz guarantee is still more important than timings at the moment.

3433 CL 14-14-14-14-1T
3433 CL 14-13-13-13-1T
3433 CL 12-13-13-13-1T

yields same figures in AIDA64.

Try LinX test. you will not notice any changes in Read/Write but you might notice increase in Gflops for same fixed problem size. In my case, same CPU frequency, different timings and variations were from 65-72gflops. (tighter timing, better performance).
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