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My current RAM-related settings are

2 x 16GB CMK32GX4M2B3000C15 (Corsair LPX 3000Mhz RAM)
DRAM: 1.35V
SOC: 1.10V
Speed: 2933Mhz
Timings: 18-18-18-18-38

I've tried increasing the SOC Voltage but that didn't help with tightening the timings for me so I guess I'm stuck with 18-18-18-18-38.

I have the same kit and cant get past 2666.
What bios are you on?
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post #12413 of 17379
Tried out Zenstates, what a treat. Running 3.95 GHz, 3200MHz (14-14-14-36), and no problem at all with a Realbench run. Will do some other testing, but so far it is great.

I just set SOC to 1.1 volts, LLC to level 2, Vcore to offset (auto), P-states all on auto in bios, C-states to enable, then rebooted. Opened Zenstates up and set P0 to 39.5 and 1.4 volts. Left the P1 and P2 states at the Zenstates default, and that was it.

Rebooted and Voila! Downclocks just as it should, and the temps under stress were fine for 24/7 use (Not that it will ever be run at stress testing 24/7).

Elmor really did a fantastic job with this.

post #12414 of 17379
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Tried out Zenstates, what a treat. Running 3.95 GHz, 3200MHz (14-14-14-36), and no problem at all with a Realbench run. Will do some other testing, but so far it is great.

I just set SOC to 1.1 volts, LLC to level 2, Vcore to offset (auto), P-states all on auto in bios, C-states to enable, then rebooted. Opened Zenstates up and set P0 to 39.5 and 1.4 volts. Left the P1 and P2 states at the Zenstates default, and that was it.

Rebooted and Voila! Downclocks just as it should, and the temps under stress were fine for 24/7 use (Not that it will ever be run at stress testing 24/7).

Elmor really did a fantastic job with this.


Which Ryzen?
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Originally Posted by CeltPC View Post

Tried out Zenstates, what a treat. Running 3.95 GHz, 3200MHz (14-14-14-36), and no problem at all with a Realbench run. Will do some other testing, but so far it is great.

I just set SOC to 1.1 volts, LLC to level 2, Vcore to offset (auto), P-states all on auto in bios, C-states to enable, then rebooted. Opened Zenstates up and set P0 to 39.5 and 1.4 volts. Left the P1 and P2 states at the Zenstates default, and that was it.

Rebooted and Voila! Downclocks just as it should, and the temps under stress were fine for 24/7 use (Not that it will ever be run at stress testing 24/7).

Elmor really did a fantastic job with this.


Now you need to overclock P1 and P2 using the default voltages. Test for stability as usual, but change P0 to be identical to the other p state.
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Now you need to overclock P1 and P2 using the default voltages. Test for stability as usual, but change P0 to be identical to the other p state.

wouldnt OCing P1 and P2 defeat the purpose of using Pstates?

Or do you mean to test the stability of the downclocks with their voltage selections?
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Originally Posted by Reikoji View Post

wouldnt OCing P1 and P2 defeat the purpose of using Pstates?

Not if you do not raise the voltages.

I was able to squeeze out an extra 300MHz at the same voltage for P1, and 500MHz for P2.
post #12418 of 17379
Reading comprehension fail frown.gif i see what you're saying now.
Edited by Reikoji - 4/28/17 at 7:37pm
post #12419 of 17379
Technically you should be able to get P1 @ 3.8ghz with only 1.199v . . . . . rolleyes.gif
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Which Ryzen?

A 1700 non-x
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