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I've observed quite the opposite when it comes to going for higher RAM overclocks. At 3200 I can run .950 without issue but approaching 3600, I need considerably more for anything remotely stable (currently set slightly above 1.2 in BIOS which is apparently getting into the danger zone). Edit: There could certainly be another setting that helps with this but I haven't found a correlation as of yet.

I always assumed the data fabric is in the SoC voltage domain so when forcing it to clock higher by increasing the memory clocks it seemed clear to me that it was crucial to increase it aswell. But actual testing suggests its effect is somewhat limited and other factors are also important to gain stability. But yeah, don't really know which wink.gif
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I don't know how many posts I've done with Pro Belt instead of ProbeIt lachen.gif . I also did think it strange, but then it sorta fitted (ie all the measuring points are a belt), but never looked too much into until today blushsmiley.gif .

Subconsious reaction to being probed or probing biggrin.gif
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I always assumed the data fabric is in the SoC voltage domain so when forcing it to clock higher by increasing the memory clocks it seemed clear to me that it was crucial to increase it aswell. But actual testing suggests its effect is somewhat limited and other factors are also important to gain stability. But yeah, don't really know which wink.gif

I would assume the Infinity Fabric to be cache related and affected by the vcore.
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vSOC for fabric, vDDP for I/O. I need 1.2V vDDP for 3600 12-12-12-22 1T and 1.1 vSOC. It's unstable with lower vDDP.
When memory is pushed high, vSOC needs to be increased, because fabric is in sync with dram frequency.

3600+ is not ready for prime-time yet, only for benching. But hope things will change with May update.
Edited by infraredbg - 4/11/17 at 9:13am
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the updated ryzen master is up on the site - https://www.amd.com/en/technologies/ryzen-master

yeah still not reading right at all, there is no way my temp is that low

http://i.imgur.com/44P1gVG.png

its also not taking into account for a bclk increase on the chip or ram, its only displaying base values

i have a 1700x in case people where wondering
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the updated ryzen master is up on the site - https://www.amd.com/en/technologies/ryzen-master

yeah still not reading right at all, there is no way my temp is that low

http://i.imgur.com/44P1gVG.png

its also not taking into account for a bclk increase on the chip or ram, its only displaying base values

i have a 1700x in case people where wondering

Nice temps haha. You either need to enable or disable miskew. Not sure which BIOS your on but that might end up fixing your temp problem.
    
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Nice temps haha. You either need to enable or disable miskew. Not sure which BIOS your on but that might end up fixing your temp problem.

its on auto in bios, thats the reading from Tdie, Tctl is reading 20 above this reading, im more concerned about the other readings tbh it seems basic in what they are trying to do with it
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SUCCESS!

I've been trying to get my RAM to run at 3200mhz since day 1 and I finally got it this morning thanks to 0082!

1700X@4020MHz (120.6x33.25) 1.4V
TridentZ F3000C14D-32GTZ (2x16) 14-14-14-14-34-1T 1.4V
SOC 1.1V
ProcODT 80
Spread Spectrum disabled
DRAM BOOT 1.4V
GTX 1070 SLI (GEN3)
Samsung 960 EVO M.2 (GEN3)

I get F9->0d at anything over 2666 strap but by pushing my bclk to 120.6 I was able to hit 3200. I tried pushing it higher, and could boot into windows at 4.1GHz and 3300MHz ram but it would crash as soon as i would even CPU-z benchmark.
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I've been getting some Memory Management BSODs even though my RAM cleared testing. It's even happening at 2133. Is the factory default option in BIOS functionally the same as reseating the CMOS battery?
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vSOC for fabric, vDDP for I/O. I need 1.2V vDDP for 3600 12-12-12-22 1T and 1.1 vSOC. It's unstable with lower vDDP.
When memory is pushed high, vSOC needs to be increased, because fabric is in sync with dram frequency.

3600+ is not ready for prime-time yet, only for benching. But hope things will change with May update.

Have you found a source for this information by chance?
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