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@lordzed83

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Pop over to the RAM party smile.gif .

BIOS 0081 3200Mhz-C14-13-13-34-1T@1.35V, SOC 0.975V ProcODT: 53.3Ω HCI MemTest ~3500% -3800%

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AIDA64 14-14-14-14-34-1T vs 14-13-13-13-34-1T

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Asus MemTweakIt compare 14-14-14-14-34-1T vs 14-13-13-13-34-1T

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CBR15 was no improvement in bench results, as expected from minute RAM tweak. Going to use 14-13-13-34-1T as "daily driver" smile.gif .

Nice gup, thanks for sharing! Gonna give that a try too wink.gif
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Hi
Il have Ryzen 1700, this motherboard ans 2x8 GB DDR4 3200 CAS14 Trident memory. Can anyone tell me how put settings to have my memory at 3200. Can i have it without bus overclock ??

Thanks a lot and sorry for bad english
post #12283 of 16781
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Is there a way I can make my fans change RPM depending on Water Temp Sensor instead of CPU temps? If not in the BIOS maybe in a Software for this MB? I have it hooked up to T_sensor 1.
In the advanced fan settings you can choose various temperature sources for "manual" settings, incuding T_sensor if I remember correctly.
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Originally Posted by Silent Scone View Post

Range will be limited on all boards in that regard, not a lot vendors can do about that. 3.9 to 4Ghz is achievable, 4.1 on good samples can be considered lucky

Crosshair 6 Hero is still better at fine-tuning CPU speed with bclk, something a lot of other high end boards (including the MSI Xpower) don't have access to.
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Damn, some bios settings should not be there ... blah blah blah.

If some settings (PLL in this case) weren't there, some results wouldn't be possible. While PLL deviation from 1.8v may skew your temps (only with SenseMi Skew enabled it seems), they have also made it possible for other members to get some nice memory clocks. While you may not find a use for them, there certainly is a need. As for the comment of an additional 25mhz overclock needing substantially more voltage to be stable and how ridiculous this is, find just one example in your 20 years of experience where this hasn't been the case. Every single CPU out there runs into a wall that cant be overcome without extreme voltage and cooling, every single one.
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Hi
Il have Ryzen 1700, this motherboard ans 2x8 GB DDR4 3200 CAS14 Trident memory. Can anyone tell me how put settings to have my memory at 3200. Can i have it without bus overclock ??

Thanks a lot and sorry for bad english

For some people 3200 has worked right out of the box (did for me with everything at default settings) but others have had a lot of trouble achieving it. Others just haven't been able to get 3200 working at all. You have the right memory for the best chance of hitting 3200 with the least amount of effort so just cross your fingers and pray the silicon gods have blessed your hardware.
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Crosshair 6 Hero is still better at fine-tuning CPU speed with bclk, something a lot of other high end boards (including the MSI Xpower) don't have access to.

Perhaps, but given the XFR ratio of the 1800x and the capabilities of each CPU, calling something fine tuning when the CPUs are pretty much good for stock is a stretch wink.gif
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For some people 3200 has worked right out of the box (did for me with everything at default settings) but others have had a lot of trouble achieving it. Others just haven't been able to get 3200 working at all. You have the right memory for the best chance of hitting 3200 with the least amount of effort so just cross your fingers and pray the silicon gods have blessed your hardware.

2x16 16 latency stuff is a bit of a challenge to get to the rated 3200 at the moment. Yea, not the "good" RAM, but costs a fair bit less as well. Once we get 1.0.0.5 from AMD, it will probably work fairly well, especially for the money.
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I have the 1106 bios and am stable so far with my oc 3.925@1.35V and ram 3200-14-14-14-34@1.38V , is there any reason to flash back? or should I just wait for the new bios?
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I have the 1106 bios and am stable so far with my oc 3.925@1.35V and ram 3200-14-14-14-34@1.38V , is there any reason to flash back? or should I just wait for the new bios?


I thought that BIOS didn't save voltages? unless there is a "new" 1106 which would really confuse matters.

So seeing RAM at 1.38 when everyone says its limited to 1.2v sort of confuses me.

If its working for you then great! Just wait for the May update I suppose.

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