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post #1941 of 2553
Ok so I broke it down like this.

Here is my old timings.

Nothing wrong with them but this is hard to run for quite a few sticks...as you can see there is a reason its hard....its damn fast.



New timings are much easier to run especially for dual rank.

Decent Performance still but easier to run.



And here is the End Game which I admittedly have not had time to test yet.

Combine the best of the old with the best of the new and we get this.

post #1942 of 2553


While still waiting for any reply to my previous post i want to ask about something very weird. I know about the 1700X 20 degrees temp offset. I have 3 different temps readings so ***?
Aida64 shows I think true temp of CPU, Ryzen master shows it with offset, but Dr.LED give + 40 degrees offset??? Dr LED shows my CPU temp (I set it in BIOS). When I look in BIOS temp is ex. 50 and Dr. Led shows 62 degrees. When OC testing it go up to 85 and shuts down or reset PC. *** is wrong with my PC? Noctua NH-D15 SE AM4 and BIOS go stupid that far?
Can anyone help me please?
Edited by Adi1027 - 10/7/17 at 4:54am
post #1943 of 2553
It crashed a few times during the night @3433(which I was never able to run on old timings either) so I’m back to running the new timings same as the old ones at 3333@102 BCLK. That ran 8 hours Prime no Problems. so it seems your first fast timings were the fastest even though 14,14,14, not 14,13,13 huh. I guess I’ll stick with your first timings? I wonder how much further you could tighten those up? I realize all this takes time but if you give me an idea on which ones to try lowering. I’ll test em out for ya. I wonder if with the first ones could handle 14,13,13?

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Originally Posted by chew* View Post

Ok so I broke it down like this.

Here is my old timings.

Nothing wrong with them but this is hard to run for quite a few sticks...as you can see there is a reason its hard....its damn fast.



New timings are much easier to run especially for dual rank.

Decent Performance still but easier to run.



And here is the End Game which I admittedly have not had time to test yet.

Combine the best of the old with the best of the new and we get this.


Edited by sierra248 - 10/7/17 at 8:39am
post #1944 of 2553
Chew I have a quick question for you. A while back I mentioned that my system would freeze in the bios and I was afraid to flash as a result. You said that it was because my IMC was unstable. I got my corsair vengeance lpx 3000 15,17,17,17,35,53 kit on sale back in March for only $92.50. Although the red clashes with the rest of my build. It's a Micron B die. I have been lucky and have been running 2933 cl 14,15,15,15,31,47. I tried 3066 loose timings wasn't happening.

So my question is what can I do to stabilize the IMC without lowering the speed? I rarely need to go into the bios for anything but when I do it is rather annoying. It is rock solid in Windows and when I flash I follow your advice of pulling one stick of ram out along with setting bios defaults. The SOC is set to 1.10 by default once the xmp profile is loaded. Also if I were to get a better memory kit would it run at higher speeds or is my IMC a dud?

post #1945 of 2553
Avg wont gain much over 3200 with bdie.

Good chip can go higher than 3200.

What you will gain is the flexibility of subtiming tuning which can improve performance.

Early on and prelaunch gains were noted from using 2400/2666 strap and bclk to 3200 speeds. This told me that the subtimings from that range were improving performance.

My really tight profiles have ported 2400 strap subs to operate @ 3200-3466 speeds. The issue is its difficult for many sticks to operate stable that tight.

As you can see from the examples above those alone can easily beat what one would think is "better".

Use whats fast not what you think is fast applies here.
Edited by chew* - 10/7/17 at 2:53pm
post #1946 of 2553
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Originally Posted by sierra248 View Post

It crashed a few times during the night @3433(which I was never able to run on old timings either) so I’m back to running the new timings same as the old ones at 3333@102 BCLK. That ran 8 hours Prime no Problems. so it seems your first fast timings were the fastest even though 14,14,14, not 14,13,13 huh. I guess I’ll stick with your first timings? I wonder how much further you could tighten those up? I realize all this takes time but if you give me an idea on which ones to try lowering. I’ll test em out for ya. I wonder if with the first ones could handle 14,13,13?

If you look at last template i combined it all. You can try that. Its worth a small boost on the 4 core. As you increase core count the mt gains are substantial.

Example TR 1950x went up roughly 200+ points.

I am doubling up on testing right now to get more work done.

TR on x399 is running those timings @ 3200 and HCI. 1400 and x370 is running those timings @ 3333 and prime.
Edited by chew* - 10/7/17 at 11:43am
post #1947 of 2553
On that’s last tight one what did you run trfc at? With your second ones I’m getting almost 26,000 on geek bench. I forget what the single core was. I’ll post it up later.

I’ll run it thru Prime memtest overnight tonight.
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Originally Posted by chew* View Post

If you look at last template i combined it all. You can try that. Its worth a small boost on the 4 core. As you increase core count the mt gains are substantial.

Example TR 1950x went up roughly 200+ points.

I am doubling up on testing right now to get more work done.

TR on x399 is running those timings @ 3200 and HCI. 1400 and x370 is running those timings @ 3333 and prime.
post #1948 of 2553
270/192/132
post #1949 of 2553
Since I don't have real games installed on the test rig any feedback gains or losses @ 1980x1080 res would be appreciated with any of the profiles even @ 3200.

Im using legacy FM gametests @ 1080p to verify gains but would love any feedback good or bad.
post #1950 of 2553
You gotit😄
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Originally Posted by chew* View Post

Since I don't have real games installed on the test rig any feedback gains or losses @ 1980x1080 res would be appreciated with any of the profiles even @ 3200.

Im using legacy FM gametests @ 1080p to verify gains but would love any feedback good or bad.
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