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First time ever seeing this on a PC. RMA time?

3066/1.35v/1.1 SoC/16-18-18-38 timings.CPU was at 1.344v, 3.8ghz.

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First time ever seeing this on a PC. RMA time?

3066/1.35v/1.1 SoC/16-18-18-38 timings.CPU was at 1.344v, 3.8ghz.

means is unstable, not necessarily that ram is bad. The settings that produced this could run and appear fine for a long time without revealing themselves til one day something's not working right and you can't pin it down...

Camel, Hack, Adventure,Mud,Panzer General all run much faster now. I on the other hand am getting slower.
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means is unstable, not necessarily that ram is bad. The settings that produced this could run and appear fine for a long time without revealing themselves til one day something's not working right and you can't pin it down...

Yup, im gonna try and weasel my way out of a bdie kit from gskill either way with that screenshot lol.

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ProcODT is board specific, I use 60Ω for my 2x8GB B-Die kit.

I have been on 60Ω for my 2x8GB B-Die kit on C6H for several days now wink.gif . Reason can be found in OP of this thread section > RAM Info / Data Fabric (DFICLK) / Memory Stability testing > post-flame-small.gif The Stilt's post-flame-small.gif DDR4 Timings wink.gif .
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Hi, why at that ratio?

There is someone using that kit in the results table at 3200.

What? I don't understand.
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What? I don't understand.


Would you not rather run the kit at 3200? As mentioned previously, there is one other user who's submitted a result using that kit running stable at 3200, however, not on that board. You'd need to start by listing your components and current settings
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Is there a way for us to update the first page chart? Or can that only be done by you?

SOC at 1.025v failed for 32GB (4x8) 3466:14-14-14-14-34-1T.

Did not test anything between 1.025v-1.05v though. Will most likely keep 1.05v as my 24/7. Pretty damn surprised 3466-14-14-14-14-34-1T is stable using 4 dimms and 1.05v SOC.

Only by me. Trick is to not get too excited, and post when you are done tweaking wink.gif
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Has anyone hit DDR4 @ 4000MHz+ with Ryzen yet?
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Any ideas or advice on getting a pair of Samsung b-die 3600MHz rated G.Skill memory sticks above 3200MHz?

http://gskill.com/en/product/f4-3600c16d-16gvk

Right now I'm running them 3200MHz, 14-14-14-14-36 with 1,35v RAM voltage and 1,125v on SOC.

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Any ideas or advice on getting a pair of Samsung b-die 3600MHz rated G.Skill memory sticks above 3200MHz?

http://gskill.com/en/product/f4-3600c16d-16gvk

Right now I'm running them 3200MHz, 14-14-14-14-36 with 1,35v RAM voltage and 1,125v on SOC.

Board, bios? sig rig! your x99 looks sweet. Sold? frown.gif

Camel, Hack, Adventure,Mud,Panzer General all run much faster now. I on the other hand am getting slower.
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