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post #331 of 818
Try this to get your 3200+ rated memory running at 3200.

On Bios 0515

Don't use DOCP.
Set your cpu clock to auto
Set ram speed to 3200
Set ram timings to 2 above whatever your memory is rated for at 3200
Set your core to 1.4000
Set your SOC to 1.1000
Set VTTDDR to 0.630
Set memory voltage to 1.40
Increase SOC LLC to 3
Increase SOC Current capability to 110%
Set SOC Power Phase to Optimized

You may not think of it this way but clocking memory up to 3200 is a serious overclock and you need to support it. Those settings I just gave are a modest push to trigger 3200. You can push harder but it is best to work up slowly so you can condition your system. even allowing days between attempts. Don't be afraid to keep the voltage on even if you have not achieved your clock. Voltage is like crack for a CPU, they love it. Just don't be stupid with it. Worse thing you can do is slap together your build then throw 1.800v at your core trying to get a 4.3ghz clock.

I personally did not like BIOS 0604 but doing the above and cycling through ProcOTD to get a good match should achieve results. Try 40ohm to 90ohm, that range seem to be sweet spot.

This is my X370 pro (0515), 1700X with G skill (SK Hynix) 3200 16-18-18-18-36 stable enough for Corona at 40.25X







Once you have achieved your 3200 memory clock let it run for a few days to train and burn it with normal operation. Once it seems nice, roll back some voltages. Convert to offset on core and SOC, then save the profile has a auto@3200. Test stability, this is now your base overclock.
Edited by Gigabytes - 4/23/17 at 8:11pm
post #332 of 818
My RAM is 3000Mhz Rated and I couldn't get it to run faster than 2666. But I'm using 4 Dimms (64GB)...I'm rather waiting for the BIOSes to see if they improve that, otherwise I'm happy at 2666

How are you getting 4.017Mhz with your CPU on auto? is that on one core or all cores?
post #333 of 818
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Originally Posted by SaccoSVD View Post

My RAM is 3000Mhz Rated and I couldn't get it to run faster than 2666. But I'm using 4 Dimms (64GB)...I'm rather waiting for the BIOSes to see if they improve that, otherwise I'm happy at 2666

How are you getting 4.017Mhz with your CPU on auto? is that on one core or all cores?

Sorry was not perfectly clear. When starting out trying to get your memory running at 3200 start with Auto cpu. This will be your reference overclock profile.

The screen shots I show is the max stable overclock on all cores I have achieved. The Ryzen hits a wall at 40X and it takes substantial voltage to get them further and stable enough to do a stressful benchmark like Corona.
Edited by Gigabytes - 4/23/17 at 8:52pm
post #334 of 818
Did you see my settings? I don't think you need 1.4V vcore at 4Ghz.

Here they are again:

TPU II
Multiplier: 40
CPU Volt: 1.344V (It'll give you a Vdroop of 1.312V which is enough)
CPU LLC Level 3 (this one alone is the most critical tweak to make it work)
Cstate: Disabled
post #335 of 818
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Originally Posted by SaccoSVD View Post

Did you see my settings? I don't think you need 1.4V vcore at 4Ghz.

Here they are again:

TPU II
Multiplier: 40
CPU Volt: 1.344V (It'll give you a Vdroop of 1.312V which is enough)
CPU LLC Level 3 (this one alone is the most critical tweak to make it work)
Cstate: Disabled

You have an 1600X though, which doesn't need as much as the 1700X - I'm afraid to use those voltages - but maybe its a better way than using LLC4 like I am (about to undo this!)
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Originally Posted by Gigabytes View Post

Try this to get your 3200+ rated memory running at 3200.

On Bios 0515

Don't use DOCP.
Set your cpu clock to auto
Set ram speed to 3200
Set ram timings to 2 above whatever your memory is rated for at 3200
Set your core to 1.4000
Set your SOC to 1.1000
Set VTTDDR to 0.630
Set memory voltage to 1.40
Increase SOC LLC to 3
Increase SOC Current capability to 110%
Set SOC Power Phase to Optimized

You may not think of it this way but clocking memory up to 3200 is a serious overclock and you need to support it. Those settings I just gave are a modest push to trigger 3200. You can push harder but it is best to work up slowly so you can condition your system. even allowing days between attempts. Don't be afraid to keep the voltage on even if you have not achieved your clock. Voltage is like crack for a CPU, they love it. Just don't be stupid with it. Worse thing you can do is slap together your build then throw 1.800v at your core trying to get a 4.3ghz clock.

I personally did not like BIOS 0604 but doing the above and cycling through ProcOTD to get a good match should achieve results. Try 40ohm to 90ohm, that range seem to be sweet spot.

This is my X370 pro (0515), 1700X with G skill (SK Hynix) 3200 16-18-18-18-36 stable enough for Corona at 40.25X

Once you have achieved your 3200 memory clock let it run for a few days to train and burn it with normal operation. Once it seems nice, roll back some voltages. Convert to offset on core and SOC, then save the profile has a auto@3200. Test stability, this is now your base overclock.

Thanks for the guide! Some of the voltages look scary......I've found a bit of a wall around 40/40.25 - but i've used LLC4 which I'm not happy with so going to back off on using too much of that and see what I can get - I reckon 3.99 should be possible easily. Interested in your volatages and might experiment more. I have LPX 2x8gb Hynix and not got them past 2933@cl14. Is it worth pushing it more? Don't really want to buy more ram or another motherboard!
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post #337 of 818
Don't be afraid. BTW I have a 1800x. Those settings are totally safe and the 1700x performs just the same as the 1800x. A voltage of 1.344 is totally safe as recommended by AMD. (max for this CPU is 1.45V)

BTW my answer was to Gigabytes. ;-)
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Can I just say.......ASUS - Please can we have a bios update??! biggrin.gif
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I think is coming soon, my understanding is that ASUS has to wait for the AGESA microcodes and from what I've read the next one was going to be distributed in May. Probably they are gonna release a new BIOS this week.
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So, after many hours and much advice, this is where I'm at stable:

3.95GHz
VDDRCPU offset 0.0125
SoC offset 0.08125 (Needs this to get ram going at 2933)
CPU LLC 1
SoC LLC 2 (will lower late if I can)
VTTDDR 0.675

I have to have DOCP on or my ram will not work above 2133, even though I set things as DOCP should, so it must be setting something I don't know about?
RAM 1.35v
2933MHz

This time I used as little LLC as I could, and I used the temps from the ASUS PRIME X370-PRO (ITE IT8665E) sensors as opposed to the Ryzen reported voltages and it seems to have worked better, resulting in nearly 4GHz stable, and not too warm OC. thumb.gif Even if the voltages aren't right (almost certainly!) they seem to be consistent enough to use as a guide to find the right OC for your CPU.

My CB score is around 1728

Am reviewing the instructions for getting 3200 on my ram, but those voltages look way to scary to inflict on my 1500X!

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