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post #11 of 22 (permalink) Old 04-27-2019, 12:38 AM
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Can you post a screenshot of Ryzen Timing Checker with the Flares?
Thanks in advance.
Here you go. Only things i changed in BIOS from Optimized Default is set DOCP and 3200 MHz.
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Hm. Those differ a bit from the timings in my XMP.
With the exact same timings as you I'm getting 76.5 ns latency in Aida.

Is it too much to ask for a screenshot of Thaiphoon Burner's XMP Enhancer?
Here's a download link for Thaiphoon Burner.
Thanks in advance!

EDIT: Never mind, they are in Thaiphoon's database. Thanks anyway.

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Hm. Those differ a bit from the timings in my XMP.
With the exact same timings as you I'm getting 76.5 ns latency in Aida.

Is it too much to ask for a screenshot of Thaiphoon Burner's XMP Enhancer?
Here's a download link for Thaiphoon Burner.
Thanks in advance!

EDIT: Never mind, they are in Thaiphoon's database. Thanks anyway.
Here you go.
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Well, thanks, but I only wanted a look at the XMP Enhancer.
To get there read the XMP, and go to Tools\XMP Enhancer.

Thanks again.

BTW, I'm considering flashing the FlareX XMP into my RipjawsV.
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Well, thanks, but I only wanted a look at the XMP Enhancer.
To get there read the XMP, and go to Tools\XMP Enhancer.

Thanks again.

BTW, I'm considering flashing the FlareX XMP into my RipjawsV.
I don't mind helping till the info you need is right.
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Much appreciated.

Now, going by the numbers, my memory and yours are identical.
However, comparing the profile in your memory (which is in Thaiphoon's database), they appear quite different.
That's why I'm considering flashing it.
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Much appreciated.

Now, going by the numbers, my memory and yours are identical.
However, comparing the profile in your memory (which is in Thaiphoon's database), they appear quite different.
That's why I'm considering flashing it.
You can't just use the DRAM calculator?

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Your memory and mine appear identical in every sense.
Using your exact same timings should yield similar results, since we have the same motherboard, yet I have much higher latency than you.

What I was thinking could be affecting me is the memory controller.
What processor do you have?

A 2nd generation Ryzen maybe?

Also, you're on a Prime B350 PLUS with the latest BIOS, right?

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Your memory and mine appear identical in every sense.
Using your exact same timings should yield similar results, since we have the same motherboard, yet I have much higher latency than you.

What I was thinking could be affecting me is the memory controller.
What processor do you have?

A 2nd generation Ryzen maybe?
Currently this ram is paired with a R7 2700. But, when it was paired with the R5 1600, it has same behavior of being able to run DOCP on a B350 Strix.

The Ripjaws 3200 CL 16 can't run DOCP on both motherboards. Has to be tweaked, so i settled for 2933 CL16.

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I'm sure it did work at 3200, but most probably not with that latency.
I'm on a first gen Ryzen. That's probably the reason for the ~9 ns difference in latency we're seeing.
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