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Originally Posted by ssateneth View Post

Dont think its working right. It tells me to set tCL to 8131 lol. lots of other timings it tells me to put hundreds or thousands.

When I put in the nanoseconds, it puts in a comma instead of a period. and when i push left or right arrow button to change cursor, it makes the cursor go in the opposite direction.

Maybe you should release english version or something with english syntax?

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Also I see a google spreadsheets of yours that recommends setting VDDP_CLDO to 425mv, is that safe? Everything i read so far says 0.8 to 0.9 and lower can help move memory hole. 425mv isnt going to burn my CPU will it? Currently using HCI to fine-tune 3333MHz on my TR system. 3466 seems in reach (random single errors here and there) as does 3600 to a lesser degree, just need to find the right setting to tweak. I get sets of 8 errors detected with GDM off and CR of 1, but GDM on and CR auto-set to 1 makes them go away, though its slightly slower in synthetic benches

yes problem in the syntax, soon correct

"CLDO" has a waveform and is a trigger in the system, with this value it is better to train the memory and the system needs less voltage on the "Soc"

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Byx_5So-FNsdQmNMdkg4ejIxbms/view?usp=sharing

with English parser, try smile.gif
Edited by 1usmus - 10/20/17 at 3:45pm
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Originally Posted by 1usmus View Post

yes problem in the syntax, soon correct

"CLDO" has a waveform and is a trigger in the system, with this value it is better to train the memory and the system needs less voltage on the "Soc"

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Byx_5So-FNsdQmNMdkg4ejIxbms/view?usp=sharing

with English parser, try smile.gif

I ran the eng version, and the symptoms are the same. Comma instead of period, cursor moving opposite directions, and suggested timings in hundreds or thousands
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Edited by 1usmus - 10/20/17 at 5:10pm
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Still the exact same symptoms. I double checked that I'm not opening the old versions and im actually using the new version.
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I apologize for errors, I hope now everything works correctly

Ryzen DRAM Calculator 0.9.6 v7


https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Byx_5So-FNsdVkRKRl9CN1lQVXc/view?usp=sharing

*adaptation to any language
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I apologize for errors, I hope now everything works correctly

Ryzen DRAM Calculator 0.9.6 v7


https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Byx_5So-FNsdVkRKRl9CN1lQVXc/view?usp=sharing

*adaptation to any language

Timings are now properly calculated. The number format and cursor direction is still not working as expected for english user, but at this point its a cosmetic issue.

BTW, maybe a late question. Is this timing calculator designed around regular Ryzen CPUs and not Threadripper CPUs? I tried setting the RTT to the recommended settings but I get a 3 beep no-post (DIS, RZQ3, RZQ1, using 4 b-die dual rank DIMMs on threadripper)
Edited by ssateneth - 10/20/17 at 6:16pm
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Originally Posted by ssateneth View Post

Timings are now properly calculated. The number format and cursor direction is still not working as expected for english user, but at this point its a cosmetic issue.

BTW, maybe a late question. Is this timing calculator designed around regular Ryzen CPUs and not Threadripper CPUs? I tried setting the RTT to the recommended settings but I get a 3 beep no-post (DIS, RZQ3, RZQ1, using 4 b-die dual rank DIMMs on threadripper)

I'm using character conversion inside a program... this is a universal solution to the problem for all languages smile.gif
in the future I will try to fix all cosmetics

RTT this is a memory setting and it will not depend on the type of processor, if this is the "dual rank" - disable / rzq3 / rzq1. If the single is ranked - disable / dynamic odt off / rzq 5. From the number of modules will only change procODT. For 4 dual rank modules - procODT 43 or 48, for 8 dual rank ~40 and lower. For 4 singl rank 48-53, for 8 modules procODT 40-48.

in any case it needs to be tested ...
post #968 of 1347
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Originally Posted by Voodoo Jungle View Post

gupsterg, he seems to be using an old TB version. It's E-die.

Thanks for replying to that. Yeah, it was a test I did a while ago, I guess I should have tried again.
Do you know why TB gets flagged as a trojan now?
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Has any one tested Corsairs new White RGB Ram?
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Do you know why TB gets flagged as a trojan now?
I would ask this question to Microsoft, because the only anti-virus software that don't like my TB is Windows Defender.
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