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Streaming Store is a set of instructions. You can enable it if you want, it will do no harm if it's enabled while no software is using this future.

More about it here: Link

And here: Link (page 40-41)
What software did you refer to ?
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Ramad asked me to post my settings on how I got my Hynix based Corsair memory running at 3200Mt/s on Ryzen 7 so here we go. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
My system running at 3200Mt/s with low timings 14-15-15-15-32-1T or IU can overclocked up to 3328Mt/s with the 3200 strap timings.
I'm using an 1800X on the C6H currently using bios 9943. (waiting on Agesa 1.0.0.6B)
The memory I'm using is Corsair CMK16GX4M2B3200C16 Vengeance LPX 3200 V5.39 which is Hynix based.
below you will find screen shots of every bios setting I'm using but here are some important foot notes.
SOC voltage- I've used 1.15v all the way up to 1.5v (yeah I did that smile.gif and I've yet to see it make any difference at all. basically set it at 1.15v and forget about it. I did not try lowering below 1.15v so I don't know if it the memory will still run at 3200Mt/s.
For my memory I'm able to post and boot successfully 2933Mt/s and below with default timing settings for the 3200 memory strap, primary timings are 16-18-18-18-36-1T. Going above 2933Mt/s usually fails to post very early in the post phase with a single beep followed by a couple minutes of wait time before booting up at the 2133 jdec speed, increasing CLDO_VDDP to 975mv in the bios under Advanced->AMD CBS->NBIO-> will solve this for warm booting. this is the only thing I've found that can get past the initial post failure. I've tried extremely loose timings, extremely high memory and SOC voltages with basically no success. please note, if you crash from an unstable overclock or whatever this voltage will for whatever reason reset back to "0" and your boot will likely be unsuccessful. Increasing the CLDO to 975 only gets you past the post beep part of the boot sequence, if you get past the post beep and still fail to boot it's likely you have a timing to low or the mhz to high, for me I had to increase the Row Cycle Time Trc_SM from 54 to 56, it's the 6th timing listed in the DRAM Timing Control page of the BIOS.
Next protODT can only be increased up to 68.6ohms if running memory at 3200Mt/s, for whatever reason at 2933Mt/s I can run 80ohms.
Next set DRAM Current Capability for 130% and DRAM Power Phase Control to Extreme Under External Digi+ Power Control.

so to recap,
- under Ai Overclock Tuner choose DOCP #5, then under the D.O.C.P. you'll see the DDR4-3200 profile.
- Memory voltage and Vboot voltage of 1.4v seems to work but running 1.55V for memory and Vboot enables lower primary timings.
- Set Vboot voltage under External Digi+ Power Control to match memory the memory voltage you've selected.
- Set CLDO_VDDP to 975. under Advanced->AMD CBS->NBIO
- under Dram Timing Control change Trc_SM to 56, and PROCODT_SM to 68.6 ohm.
- I have also been running the 1.8V PLL Voltage at 1.9V but I'm not completely certain this is required.
- Dram Current Capability to 130% - may not be required if running only 1.4V memory and Vboot memory voltages
- DRAM Power Phase Control to Extreme

I have over clocked my memory up to 3328 using the 3200 strap and raising the FSB/HT/Reference clock to 104mhz but it just barely if at all increases my scores in Geekbench, Cinebench R15 and CPU-z benchmarks VS running at 3200Mt/s with low timings of; 14-15-15-15-32-56-6-9-36-4-12-24-0-6-6-560-415-255-18-12-12-1-1-10-10-1-6-6-9. I believe all these timings are the SPD timings for 3200Mt/s prifile with exception to the first 5 which I have lowered to pick up performance. for clarity I'll type them out.

Timings for 3200Mt/s memory speed at 1.4V memory and Vboot Memory voltage:
Dram CAS# Latency =16
DRAM RAS# TO CAS# READ DELAY =18
DRAM RAS# TO CAS# WRITE DELAY =18
DRAM RAS# PRE TIME =18
DRAM RAS@ ACT TIME =36
Trc_SM =56
TrrdS_SM =6
TrrdL_SM =9
Traw_SM = 36
TwtrS_SM =4
TwtrL_SM = 12
Twr_SM = 24
Trcpage_SM =0
TrdrdSc;_SM =6
TwrwrScl_SM =6
Trfc_SM =560
Trfc2_SM =415
Trfc4_SM =255
Tcwl_SM =18
Trtp_SM =12
Trdwr_SM = 12
Twrrd_SM =1
TwrwrSc_SM =1
TwrwrSd_SM =10
TwrwrDd_SM =10
TrdrdSc_SM =1
TrdrdSd_SM =6
TrdrdDd_SM =6
Tcke_SM =9
ProcODT_SM =68.6
Cmd2T =auto
Gear Down Mode = Enabled
Power Down Enable =auto
RttNom = Auto
TrrWr =Auto
TrrPark =Auto


If running 1.55 memory voltage and Vboot Voltage at 3200Mt/s use:

Dram CAS# Latency =14
DRAM RAS# TO CAS# READ DELAY =15
DRAM RAS# TO CAS# WRITE DELAY =15
DRAM RAS# PRE TIME =15
DRAM RAS@ ACT TIME =32
Trc_SM =56
TrrdS_SM =6
TrrdL_SM =9
Traw_SM = 36
TwtrS_SM =4
TwtrL_SM = 12
Twr_SM = 24
Trcpage_SM =0
TrdrdSc;_SM =6
TwrwrScl_SM =6
Trfc_SM =560
Trfc2_SM =415
Trfc4_SM =255
Tcwl_SM =18
Trtp_SM =12
Trdwr_SM = 12
Twrrd_SM =1
TwrwrSc_SM =1
TwrwrSd_SM =10
TwrwrDd_SM =10
TrdrdSc_SM =1
TrdrdSd_SM =6
TrdrdDd_SM =6
Tcke_SM =9
ProcODT_SM =68.6
Cmd2T =auto
Gear Down Mode = Enabled
Power Down Enable =auto
RttNom = Auto
TrrWr =Auto
TrrPark =Auto














Using the 3200Mt/s with low memory timings at 4125Mhz I get the following benchmark scores.





Thank you for posting your settings. smile.gif
I hope that Hynix users who run their RAM at 3200MT/s will post their settings too so other Hynix users can try different settings and use the settings that works for them.
As it has been pointed out earlier by DarkLordThe1st, it will look better using spoilers. smile.gif
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What software did you refer to ?
No specific software. All information are in Intel document (first link).
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cryingsmiley.gif That's quite bold putting that video on this thread.... although if i remember rightly, he's on holiday right now lol *shockwaves in the AMD community* biggrin.gif but hey, he's been good to us on this thread at least.

I'm gonna wait to see if there's an introductory price on the Asus Strix 64 card that should be out in the next month or so (I've got the Strix RX480 8GB OC) if not then I think I'll jump on a 1080 of some flavour. The reference 64's were quit bad even with BIOS updates. With either card tho, this Ryzen C6H will be some hell of a gaming rig for the average user biggrin.gif

Like I got Haphephobia permanent depression cause of it and social anxiety. AMD and Raja hyped me like no product ever before especially Ryzend delivered what they said it will . When Nuumbers hit i ended up in so bad mental state that i had to go back on antidepressants for a month to get back to stable state. Thats why i will never EVER EVER buy AMD gpu again rather spend 1.5 grand on titan from money grabbing NV at lest they dont lie . And that comes from person that owned Every single Ati and AMD card till Fury X that was poor also. I never had NV before 980Ti.

But thats OT so You would understand what they done to ME personally with their POOR VOLTA bull****.
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Like I got Haphephobia permanent depression cause of it and social anxiety. AMD and Raja hyped me like no product ever before especially Ryzend delivered what they said it will . When Nuumbers hit i ended up in so bad mental state that i had to go back on antidepressants for a month to get back to stable state. Thats why i will never EVER EVER buy AMD gpu again rather spend 1.5 grand on titan from money grabbing NV at lest they dont lie . And that comes from person that owned Every single Ati and AMD card till Fury X that was poor also. I never had NV before 980Ti.

But thats OT so You would understand what they done to ME personally with their POOR VOLTA bull****.

Nvidia never lied? HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH
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I believe that the text file, obtained using cntl-F2, if I recall correctly, is not importable; rather the other file obtained using F2 is importable. (I don't have my guide handy.) And this is only safe for the same BIOS, as noted. Otherwise, use the text file as a reference and find and modify all the menu settings that apply to pieces of the text file, checking them off as you go. We have been told that if a setting is available in the tweaking menu and its sub menus, then that setting takes precedence over the same settings in the Advanced>AMD/CBS>submenus.

Yes, you're right .. the file is .CMO type. What would I be thinking about? ..biggrin.gif

This is the file compress with 7z and renamed with .txt for BIOS 1403 only.

prf4a3333.txt 1k .txt file
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yeah how bout that 4Gb of High Speed Ram on the GTX 970 lol btw Nvidia's paying $30 to purchasers of GTX970's
https://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2016/07/nvidia-offers-30-to-gtx-970-customers-in-class-action-lawsuit-over-ram/
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Nvidia never lied? HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH

one that comes to mind " our 970's will come with 4gb " lol
several months later, lawsuit and a $30 dollar check to every person who owned a 970 haha

just noticed post above, lmao enough said
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Still testing...
Should I consider it stable in ram?
Bios is 9920
] Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

In case you're not aware HCI with 16GB on a R7 should be setup as 16 instances x 850MB each.
Most consider 1000% a safe place to start from for memory stability. Doesn't mean you stop here, but chances are good you'll be very close. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Which mem kit are you running?
Please give this a read when you have time, it'll save a lot questions http://www.overclock.net/t/1258253/how-to-put-your-rig-in-your-sig
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Ramad asked me to post my settings on how I got my Hynix based Corsair memory running at 3200Mt/s on Ryzen 7 so here we go.
My system running at 3200Mt/s with low timings 14-15-15-15-32-1T or IU can overclocked up to 3328Mt/s with the 3200 strap timings.
I'm using an 1800X on the C6H currently using bios 9943. (waiting on Agesa 1.0.0.6B)
The memory I'm using is Corsair CMK16GX4M2B3200C16 Vengeance LPX 3200 V5.39 which is Hynix based.
below you will find screen shots of every bios setting I'm using but here are some important foot notes.
SOC voltage- I've used 1.15v all the way up to 1.5v (yeah I did that smile.gif and I've yet to see it make any difference at all. basically set it at 1.15v and forget about it. I did not try lowering below 1.15v so I don't know if it the memory will still run at 3200Mt/s.
For my memory I'm able to post and boot successfully 2933Mt/s and below with default timing settings for the 3200 memory strap, primary timings are 16-18-18-18-36-1T. Going above 2933Mt/s usually fails to post very early in the post phase with a single beep followed by a couple minutes of wait time before booting up at the 2133 jdec speed, increasing CLDO_VDDP to 975mv in the bios under Advanced->AMD CBS->NBIO-> will solve this for warm booting. this is the only thing I've found that can get past the initial post failure. I've tried extremely loose timings, extremely high memory and SOC voltages with basically no success. please note, if you crash from an unstable overclock or whatever this voltage will for whatever reason reset back to "0" and your boot will likely be unsuccessful. Increasing the CLDO to 975 only gets you past the post beep part of the boot sequence, if you get past the post beep and still fail to boot it's likely you have a timing to low or the mhz to high, for me I had to increase the Row Cycle Time Trc_SM from 54 to 56, it's the 6th timing listed in the DRAM Timing Control page of the BIOS.
Next protODT can only be increased up to 68.6ohms if running memory at 3200Mt/s, for whatever reason at 2933Mt/s I can run 80ohms.
Next set DRAM Current Capability for 130% and DRAM Power Phase Control to Extreme Under External Digi+ Power Control.


Thanks for info, I have same RAM (m-die). Running at 3200Mhz with standard timings actually some are slightly relaxed on bios 1503 (16,18,18,18,54,75) Ram voltage 1.44v and Vsoc 1.2, everything else is default although I do have the cold boot problem (boots on 3rd attempt) RAM is rock stable at that speed. Just wondering if you had tried for 3333Mhz or higher with looser timing?

Out of curiosity whats your memory read/write/copy bandwidth?

I'm getting around 48000mbs with current settings on AIDA memory benchmark. Going to update to latest bios and play around further on the weekend and try for 3333Mhz.

Also isn't 1.55v a little high for RAM voltage? Although I must say this RAM does respond well to voltage increases.

I'll report back on weekend on my testing. btw running 1700@3930Mhz with 1.395v. 37.5x 104.8.

Cheers
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