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RAM OC Results

My OC results aren't super spectacular or anything, but I had a rough time getting it stable. Part of it (as I found out last night) was due to my mounting plate for my AIO coming loose. My CPU temps were a bit off, by about 5 to 10c higher than normal. This caused just enough extra heat to make my 3.9Ghz and 2800 OC on RAM unstable.

I'm using Corsair Vengeance, which has the Hynix MFR memory, which is not optimal at all, but was the RAM I had from a friend (can't gripe about free stuff). So, after fiddling with settings again last night in the BIOS, and I'm using the official 4207 BIOS from Asus btw, I ran the memtest all night while I slept. 2400 to 2800 isn't much, but trying 3000 it started to error straight away. I might have a go at 2866 or 2933, but 2800 is fine for now.

Every instance of memtest was loaded with over 1GB and over 1000%, so I'm confident my RAM is going to be stable and I won't have any issues running this 24/7.
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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 05-15-2019, 10:17 AM
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My OC results aren't super spectacular or anything, but I had a rough time getting it stable. Part of it (as I found out last night) was due to my mounting plate for my AIO coming loose. My CPU temps were a bit off, by about 5 to 10c higher than normal. This caused just enough extra heat to make my 3.9Ghz and 2800 OC on RAM unstable.

I'm using Corsair Vengeance, which has the Hynix MFR memory, which is not optimal at all, but was the RAM I had from a friend (can't gripe about free stuff). So, after fiddling with settings again last night in the BIOS, and I'm using the official 4207 BIOS from Asus btw, I ran the memtest all night while I slept. 2400 to 2800 isn't much, but trying 3000 it started to error straight away. I might have a go at 2866 or 2933, but 2800 is fine for now.

Every instance of memtest was loaded with over 1GB and over 1000%, so I'm confident my RAM is going to be stable and I won't have any issues running this 24/7.

You should download the latest bios for your Motherboard here:
https://www.asus.com/us/Motherboards...HelpDesk_BIOS/

And the raise the Dram voltage to 1.35 Volt and give it an other go at overclocking your memory. I know nothing about Hynix memory, but the latest AGESA from AMD, that's included in most new bios, helps overclocking memory alot!

- Gigabyte AB350N mini-ITX AGESA: 0.0.7.2 - R5 1600 @ 3,85 MHz - Ballistix Sport LT DR CL16 2666 MT @ CL20 3533 MT - RX 570 PULSE ITX -
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