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3600 Mhz memory speed is what I want my next system to run at, regardless if it shows any improvement, it just happens to be the number that moves me away from the system that I am on now. Was hoping for 32GB of 3600 Mhz at at least 15-15-15 latency but not sure that will ever happen with Ryzen.

What are everyone else's gut feelings? Will Ryzen see 2x16GB at those speeds, or 4x8GB at those speeds? Or is that a pipe dream?
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Quick question and my searching the forum has not really helped yet. I just went from 2x8 to 4x8 of Corsair CMK16GX4M2A2666C16. With two sticks everything was great. With four sticks I can only boot at 2400. I really thought I would not have issues booting at 2666. The timings are all default 15 15 15 15 36 and the DRAM voltage is 1.35v. Any suggestions would be helpful. Thanks.

Current BIOS is 0082
Edited by chrisbo100 - 4/26/17 at 3:34pm
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Originally Posted by Praz View Post

Hello

They are 2 x 8GB. I edited my post. I do have 2 x 16GB that are not listed on the site though.

I guess it shouldn't be surprising that what is actually the most expensive 3600mhz 16gb ram kit from Gskill, even more expensive than what I thought was the most expensive, can make that possible.

Other than those RBG ones of course, but those are pricey because of the lighting...
Edited by Reikoji - 4/26/17 at 3:39pm
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I still don't quite understand how I get rid of the 20 degree offset on my 1800x with 082 bios

I tried skew disabled, but it doesn't seem to make any difference.

In HWiNFO it displays
Tctl 50
Tdie 30
CPU 55

and programs like Corsair Link (to control my H110i) read only the CPU 55 value
post #11765 of 17555
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I still don't quite understand how I get rid of the 20 degree offset on my 1800x with 082 bios

I tried skew disabled, but it doesn't seem to make any difference.

In HWiNFO it displays
Tctl 50
Tdie 30
CPU 55

and programs like Corsair Link (to control my H110i) read only the CPU 55 value

I believe The temp difference between Tctl and CPU wont go away by default until amd undoes the offset in the processor. Elmor has a tiny app that you can use to make tctl and cpu temps match after booting windows (needs to be reapplied on reboot)

You can still get them both to read lower however. Re-enable Sense MI Skew (or set to auto) and play with your offset if you don't believe what the default value of 273 gives you. Ive found 278 to be a good ground that makes my tctl show 30c idle. As you increase the offset value, the displayed temp will go down, and up vice versa.
Edited by Reikoji - 4/26/17 at 3:46pm
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Originally Posted by Reikoji View Post

I believe The temp difference between Tctl and CPU wont go away by default until amd undoes the offset in the processor. Elmor has a tiny app that you can use to make tctl and cpu temps match after booting windows (needs to be reapplied on reboot)

You can still get them both to read lower however. Re-enable Sense MI Skew (or set to auto) and play with your offset if you don't believe what the default value of 273 gives you. Ive found 278 to be a good ground that makes my tctl show 30c idle. As you increase the offset value, the displayed temp will go down, and up vice versa.

Thanks, I just tried 278 and I am still seeing the 20 degree difference blinksmiley.gif
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Thanks, I just tried 278 and I am still seeing the 20 degree difference blinksmiley.gif

do you mean the 20c difference in tctl and tdie?
post #11768 of 17555
Anyone running Ryzen with Hynix DBL-Sided? I have an old kit of DDR4 2666 Hynix that did C13-14-14 at 1.315V. ( 8x8GB on X99 ). Been having some bizzare stability issues even with running it at 2666 C15 flat 1.315V...
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Kudos to you guys reflashing your SPD's with Thaiphoon Burner. That is really cool. I may well have tried it, but I was up against a return date with Newegg, and did not want to risk having to RMA through G.Skill if it did not work.

Congrats on your efforts! thumb.gif

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For science!

It was dead easy to be honest.
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3333 C14 2x8GB

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