please help someone with overclocking? I'm a newcomer to the new AMD CPUs. In my youth I timed in big (in those tiem, the CPU clockw was only about 100-400 MHz). But nowadays I have a problem with overclocking. I don't the new Ryzen CPU at all.
I've tried in BIOS to change the CPU ratio to 38.5x (from the default/auto ratio - i.e. 36x), the only one being stable and functional. If I use 39.0x, the CPU sometimes freezes and if I use 40.0x or more, the CPU freezes very often. I tried to raise Vcore but I don't know how to raise it. I've read a few tutorials, but I haven't done anything.
CPU cooler which I own is a massive aluminum with FAN. It is a quality and very large cooler. So with a higher CPU temperature, there would be no problem if a high CPU overclocking rate was reached.
I would like to achieve at least 4200-4300 MHz, with the ability to dynamically change both the frequency and volts in the CPU, to save energy and reduce heat in idle mode. I play games only occasionally. Rather, I use a PC for computational performance and rendering (SONY Vegas Studio).
How do I get at least 41.0x CPU ratio instead of the current 38x - 38.5x?
In my opinion the biggest problem is caused by my RAM modules. It's quite a problem to update them.
Does anyone already have a timing profile stored in a BIOS file that he would send me?
ASUS ROG STRIX B350-F GAMING
- BIOS ver .: 4602
AMD Ryzen 7 1800X
- cooler: Noctua NH D15
AMD Radeon R9 270X
- cooler: Accelero Twin Turbo II
Kingston KHX2666C16 / 8G (8GB x2)
"HyperX 16GB KIT DDR4 2666MHz CL16 Fury Black Series"
- current timing (tCAS-tRCD-tRP-tRAS): 16-18-18-39
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