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post #16151 of 40901 (permalink) Old 05-20-2017, 06:55 AM - Thread Starter
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Maybe I have misinterpreted this wrong but does Elmor mean anything above 2666MHz will default to 1T? Also, relative to many users on here, I'm a noob but I thought 2T means the memory takes double the time to process it's calculations than 1T, so if that is right (and i could very well be wrong), why would you complain about 2T when you are being forced into a better and faster 1T? Please do correct me if I'm wrong, this is all a big learning curve for me, no offence will be taken.

Depends on the DRAM configuration, but for most it will default to 1T + Geardown at 2666MHz and above.

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I left Geardown alone, didn't touch it. Should I set Geardown to disabled then?

Yeah should do it, I think it's just that we don't have an Auto rule for this yet.
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So whats the difference between 9943 and 9945?

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Maybe I have misinterpreted this wrong but does Elmor mean anything above 2666MHz will default to 1T? Also, relative to many users on here, I'm a noob but I thought 2T means the memory takes double the time to process it's calculations than 1T, so if that is right (and i could very well be wrong), why would you complain about 2T when you are being forced into a better and faster 1T? Please do correct me if I'm wrong, this is all a big learning curve for me, no offence will be taken.

Depends on the DRAM configuration, but for most it will default to 1T + Geardown at 2666MHz and above.

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Ok cool, glad I interpreted that correctly. I was worried I sounded like i knew what was happening but in fact was complete nonsense! biggrin.gif

Gonna try geardown now. I have 4x8GB Sammy E-die 3466 Corsair CMU32GX4M4C3466C16R and the best I could get last night was going from 2666 on 0082 to 2933 on 9945 (9943 wouldn't even work at 2666 so i know 9945 is the right one for me.).

Gonna try gear down, fiddle with higher RAM voltages and manually set SOC to 1.1v. Wish me luck tongue.gif



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Awesome Saturday project Elmor, which one would you recommend for G.Skill 4x8 kit with dual rank e-die?
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Awesome Saturday project Elmor, which one would you recommend for G.Skill 4x8 kit with dual rank e-die?

See my post above.



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Do note that when you change the CLDO_VDDP voltage, saving the bios settings will not put the new CLDO_VDDP voltage into effect, since the CLDOs can only be programmed during a cold reset or a cold boot. Because of that I suggest that you save the new CLDO_VDDP value and press the reset button before the system has booted up again.
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Anyone help me do this? How do i save it and reset? I've tried save and reset from bios and pressing the reset button as quick as i can but no luck?
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I tried setting 2T by doing:-

i) option within DRAM Timings on Extreme Tweaker Page = 1T still
ii) option with AMD CBS > UMC Common Options > DDR4 Common Options > DRAM Controller Configuration = 1T still
iii) then set geardown disabled and 2T and got it. I did make Extreme Tweaker DRAM Timings match AMD CBS , dunno if both need to match.
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yea, I was leaning towards that one but since it mentioned 2 specific situations only I was curious if it had specific fixes for those two that might not work well with mine. I asked my cat but just a blank stare...thumb.gif
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Hi

i just build my Ryzen system with CH6 and 1700.

I am a bit confused by my temperature readings. At first the idle temp was below ambient, than i disabled Sense MI Skew in the bios and the temps are looking more realistic. But i am currently running Prime 95 and my CPU sits at 48°C at 24°C ambient according to HWinfo64 CPU(Tctl/Tdie). I have a Noctua NH-D14 installed.

I think 48°C is a bit low.
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