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if anyone can help .i was trying to lower my trc which worked from 46 to 44.see memtest

in bios i have dramv at 1.39v but it shows in hwinfo64 1.408 and sometimes 1.416 so i tried to lower bios setting to 1.385 noting else after this memtest above and got huge crash 1f od ect boot looped a few times then i had to reput settings 1by1 as profle saved even if known stable wasnt booting.

is that normal 0.05v difference to do all that ****storm?biggrin.gif
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Dunno how others do it, but I locked the cpu into a low stable clock speed and then worked on the ram. Got it as good as it could be and then slowly brought the cpu up to its sweet spot. Higher ram clocks mean more cpu voltage is needed so the cpu might need to get backed off a touch.

Thanks for the tip! I dropped my CPU down from 4050 down to 3950 to achieve stability with both the CPU and mem OCs. While it sucks to lose 100 Mhz, my overall performance is substantially better with 3200 12-14-14-14-30-44-267.
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Had Ryzen 1700x for a few months already, C6H mobo. Still wasn't able to boot at 3200mhz with my CMD16GX4M2B3200C16 corsair ram.

I have it on 3066mhz right now, with CPU voltage & frequency on default. It seems to be stable for days now, but I'm afraid of pushing it higher at this point.. I got a terribly binned 1700x I think.
post #924 of 1247
Hello dear guys

I live in brazil and need help, would this 2x16GB b-die chip work on a MSI mortar B350B ? (3200Mhz would be fine)

can t find another opptions here frown.gif

Thks n advance

G Skill Trident - F4-3333C16D-32GTZSK

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Just airing this out there for anyone with a Biostar X370 GT7

A few weeks ago i stated that i upped the SOC switching frequency to 450Khz.


Well i am now RMA'ing my CPU because it can't do 2400Mhz on B-Die anymore, and couldn't do 2133Mhz on Hynx memory at stock. It required 1.1V SOC to be stable. I'd like to state i never pushed more than 1.15 through my SOC and it degraded. It was at the point where it started randomly disconnecting my SSD's.

So i wouldn't advise anyone use that setting.
 
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Eh? I have been using that setting and have not noticed any difference yet. That does not mean that I will not be changing it...........
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Just airing this out there for anyone with a Biostar X370 GT7

A few weeks ago i stated that i upped the SOC switching frequency to 450Khz.


Well i am now RMA'ing my CPU because it can't do 2400Mhz on B-Die anymore, and couldn't do 2133Mhz on Hynx memory at stock. It required 1.1V SOC to be stable. I'd like to state i never pushed more than 1.15 through my SOC and it degraded. It was at the point where it started randomly disconnecting my SSD's.

So i wouldn't advise anyone use that setting.
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Eh? I have been using that setting and have not noticed any difference yet. That does not mean that I will not be changing it...........
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Eh? I have been using that setting and have not noticed any difference yet. That does not mean that I will not be changing it...........

Same, I've used all the switching frequency settings for awhile now... though I haven't gone above 400kHz switching freq on any of those.
post #928 of 1247
Any tips for hitting 3334mhz or 3600mhz on taichi x370??
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Any tips for hitting 3334mhz or 3600mhz on taichi x370??

3400 is not that hard. beyond that needs a lucky chip.

lot of helpful folks in the taichi x370 thread.
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Anybody got 128gb of ram running at 3060mhz or higher?
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