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That's very interesting because it's the same kit as me. What speeds and timings have you been able to achieve? I'm currently running the 3333mhz "fast" timings by The Stilt and it's totally stable at 1.35v and 1.0625 soc voltage.

DRAM 1.35 on 3333MHz, very impressive, I recently heard about another guy running 3333MHz on 1.355. Didn't understand this was possible but it may be cpu or memory dependent? What are your other settings? procODT, LLC etc, running it all on auto?

Surprise nr 2 is the low SoC settings possible, I was chocked being able to run SoC 1.0 for my 32000 setup. ;-) 1.0625 soc for 3333MHz is pretty low too.

I don't think that is possible on my Asus Prime X370 board but I will try. ;-) So far I have not been able to run 3333MHz stable with good manual settings, extremely frustrating. :-( Booting in Windows and running benchmarks is fine but it's not stable with hci memtest or prime95 yet. Perhaps CLDO_VDDP is the secret, not tried yet.

My current timings for 3200MHz, seem to be stable in hci memtest and prime95 blend test but no night test yet.

DRAM Voltage 1.38, procODT 53.3, SoC 1.0, extreme phase control on cpu and soc.

Settings for Cmd2t, GearDownMode etc visible on the picture.

Memory Corsair CMK16GX4M2B3733C17R

Cpu 1600X (running stock)

My current manual timings:



I'm now on Reous 0902 bios but timings and settings exactly the same with exception from disabling BGS
Edited by makatech - 10/23/17 at 7:51am
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need the wisdom of the forum members
CMK16GX4M2B3200C16 i get memtest errors a crashes on 3200, can run 2133 without problem so far
GB AB350N itx board with latest 1.0.0.6b bios (before couldn't see 3200 settings)

what can i do get normal memory speed without crashing the system

Enabe GearDown Mode with a tCKE of 8
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under 3200 profile? or lower it?
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under 3200 profile? or lower it?

Same settings but with GearDown mode enabled and tCKE value at 8.

GearDown mode and tCKE timing are located in advanced ram settings.
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DRAM 1.35 on 3333MHz, very impressive, I recently heard about another guy running 3333MHz on 1.355. Didn't understand this was possible but it may be cpu or memory dependent? What are your other settings? procODT, LLC etc, running it all on auto?

Surprise nr 2 is the low SoC settings possible, I was chocked being able to run SoC 1.0 for my 32000 setup. ;-) 1.0625 soc for 3333MHz is pretty low too.

I don't think that is possible on my Asus Prime X370 board but I will try. ;-) So far I have not been able to run 3333MHz stable with good manual settings, extremely frustrating. :-( Booting in Windows and running benchmarks is fine but it's not stable with hci memtest or prime95 yet. Perhaps CLDO_VDDP is the secret, not tried yet.

My current timings for 3200MHz, seem to be stable in hci memtest and prime95 blend test but no night test yet.

DRAM Voltage 1.38, procODT 53.3, SoC 1.0, extreme phase control on cpu and soc.

Settings for Cmd2t, GearDownMode etc visible on the picture.

Memory Corsair CMK16GX4M2B3733C17R

Cpu 1600X (running stock)

My current manual timings:



I'm now on Reous 0902 bios but timings and settings exactly the same with exception from disabling BGS

Well, my kit is supposed to do 3600 15-15-15-15-35 at 1.35v so 3333 cl14 seems more lax than that even.
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Well, my kit is supposed to do 3600 15-15-15-15-35 at 1.35v so 3333 cl14 seems more lax than that even.

?

I believe most kits are rated at 1.35V but 1.35V is rarely possible for the higher memory speeds using good manual timings on a Ryzen system (for a stable setup).

Very common that higher DRAM voltage is needed for Samsung b-die sticks on the highest speeds.
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?

I believe most kits are rated at 1.35V but 1.35V is rarely possible for the higher memory speeds using good manual timings on a Ryzen system (for a stable setup).

Very common that higher DRAM voltage is needed for Samsung b-die sticks on the highest speeds.

Yeah I heard that too, but my kit is literally the opposite. More stable below 1.4v than above it. You have to take each case individually sometimes I guess.
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Hello,

I am here to report my results with Asus Prime X370 Pro and HyperX Predator hx432c16pb3k2/16.
This ram have XMP profile 3200 16-18-18-18-36-1T.
All the values that were were set manually were try and error, clear cmos sometimes, try and error.
I am new to computer builds and OC so if someone can help me to get better timings, I will be thankfull.

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Thank you and sorry about my poor English.
    
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Yeah I heard that too, but my kit is literally the opposite. More stable below 1.4v than above it. You have to take each case individually sometimes I guess.
Bud, i decided to try dropping the RAM voltage quite substantially as you suggested (im my PM to you I had only dropped it to 1.4v without better results)

Its not helping at all in my setup, I tried with 1.3675v and I get a black screen after a few minutes using custom 14000mb
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3466 at 1.36V CL14.... booted right up lol.

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