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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 07-21-2019, 03:19 AM - Thread Starter
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Ryzen 3600X Tested Tight Ram Timings 2133/2400/2933/3200/3733/4000/4200

Ryzen 3600X Tested Tight Ram Timings 2133Mhz 2400Mhz 2933Mhz 3200Mhz 3733Mhz 4000Mhz 4200Mhz 2560x1440 Ultra settings.

There are plenty of 1080P and lower test,these test are aimed at people who blew there cash on $500+ graphics cards and are not quite sure if they should upgrade their ram.I say no if you game at higher resolutions.

Battlefield V I noticed that above DDR4 4000Mhz average FPS started to climb.Which is weird because memory clock/fabric clock/memory controller switch from 1:1:1 to 1:1:2 so memory controller gets cut in half.

A Plague Tale Innocence had two areas where FPS lows dropped to 16 FPS and 7 FPS in the same spot on every test

All games gave the exact same game play every test.

Video of game areas tested




RAM TIMINGS USED FULL NO AUTO
Spoiler!

♦ 2133Mhz (16GB)CL10-10-10-10-21
♦ 2400mhz (16GB)CL10-11-11-11-21
♦ 2933mhz (16GB)CL12-14-13-13-26
♦ 3200mhz (16GB)CL14-14-14-14-28
♦ 3733mhz (16GB)CL16-17-16-16-34
♦ 4000mhz (16GB)CL16-18-17-17-36 -(memory clock 2000x2/fabric clock 1800x2/memory controller 1000x2)
♦ 4200mhz (16GB)CL16-18-17-17-36 -(memory clock 2100x2/fabric clock 1800x2/memory controller 1050x2)

COMPUTER USED
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♦ RAM - G.Skill Trident Z 16gb DDR4 (F4-4000C18D-16GTZ) (2x8GB)
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Well done. Thats interesting in BFV. So.. you want more fps or lower latency.. i wonder if you can feel this lower latency in a multiplayer scenario.. 64 players.
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Is it possible for you to test other combinations? Like . . .

3466 CL14

3533 Cl14

and

3600 CL14 or CL15

Also, at different rez like 1440. Saw this in another forum.
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Your 4200 settings seems to be broken since your 1% and 0.1% get lower.

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Quote: Originally Posted by reqq View Post
Well done. Thats interesting in BFV. So.. you want more fps or lower latency.. i wonder if you can feel this lower latency in a multiplayer scenario.. 64 players.
I would not be so interested in the actual numbers but that at higher resolution there is not much difference between 2133Mhz to 4200Mhz for gaming.

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Your 4200 settings seems to be broken since your 1% and 0.1% get lower.
Are you trolling me.

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Is it possible for you to test other combinations? Like . . .

3466 CL14

3533 Cl14

and

3600 CL14 or CL15

Also, at different rez like 1440. Saw this in another forum.
Yes it is possible to run those timings,Cinebench no real difference in scores.I tested lots of memory and the games were run at 2560x1440 in game, same path each time.
Are you asking that you want to see the Shadow of the Tomb Raider numbers like shown or you just want a screen shot with the canned benchmark with cinebench and Ryzen Master numbers an aida64 like I shown before.
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No, I don't. Infinity Fabric drops down with ratio after exceeding 3733MHz, which you can see in sudden drop in 1% (0.1% is barely meaningful) lows with 4000MHz DRAM. Further accelerating DRAM should not result in bigger drops in 1% lows as IF goes up again too. RAM instability need not end up with system lock, it's common to cause stutter too.

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No, I don't. Infinity Fabric drops down with ratio after exceeding 3733MHz, which you can see in sudden drop in 1% (0.1% is barely meaningful) lows with 4000MHz DRAM. Further accelerating DRAM should not result in bigger drops in 1% lows as IF goes up again too. RAM instability need not end up with system lock, it's common to cause stutter too.
Sounds good thanks for the reply.
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so what about the dozens of other timings you didn't mention? are they all auto? it's not really tight timings if you only set the primaries and left the secondaries/tertiaries on auto.

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So apart from BF V where the numbers seem to bounce all over the place, seems like AMD was pretty spot on when they said 3733 is the sweet spot. (at least in terms of 1% and 0.1% lows, since these drops are the stutters that you can actually feel)

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