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post #6541 of 8652 (permalink) Old 06-20-2019, 04:35 AM
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Is anyone else having garbage RAM overclocking on the latest official ASUS bios? Upgraded to a G.Skill 2x16GB 3000-CL14 kit with B-die chips and I can't even get 3200 CL14 working without erroring like crazy.
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post #6542 of 8652 (permalink) Old 06-20-2019, 10:39 AM
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It's ok to use CPU VRM Switching Frequency to 500khz 24/7 on this motherboard? I can get a good voltage while OCing when I use it
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Quote: Originally Posted by narukun View Post
It's ok to use CPU VRM Switching Frequency to 500khz 24/7 on this motherboard? I can get a good voltage while OCing when I use it
Yes, even 600 khz no problem whit that heatsink. Check your VRM temps. If are ok for you then no problem.

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post #6544 of 8652 (permalink) Old 06-20-2019, 10:48 AM
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Yes, even 600 khz no problem whit that heatsink. Check your VRM temps. If are ok for you then no problem.
Nice!, thank you for the info, I checked them with hwinfo while doing cinebench on a hot day, they're like 50~54°C
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Yes, even 600 khz no problem whit that heatsink. Check your VRM temps. If are ok for you then no problem.
Range is 300kHz to 500kHz, see The Stilts table here, the labels have been wrong for a while on one of the settings ...
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post #6546 of 8652 (permalink) Old 06-20-2019, 07:54 PM
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Is anyone else having garbage RAM overclocking on the latest official ASUS bios? Upgraded to a G.Skill 2x16GB 3000-CL14 kit with B-die chips and I can't even get 3200 CL14 working without erroring like crazy.
I've been stuck at 3200C14 on my 2x16GB B-Die kit as well. 3333/3400 will always eventually give me an error, though I've run them before daily without any issues, the fact that errors pop up frequently in stability testing don't make me comfortable using them.

Fingers crossed we can get closer to 3733 with Ryzen 3000 on this board, I'm curious to know if the 4000 kit G.Skill showed off running on a 2700X/C7H had a different BIOS or if the processor just had a really good IMC.

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Quote: Originally Posted by chakku View Post
I've been stuck at 3200C14 on my 2x16GB B-Die kit as well. 3333/3400 will always eventually give me an error, though I've run them before daily without any issues, the fact that errors pop up frequently in stability testing don't make me comfortable using them.

Fingers crossed we can get closer to 3733 with Ryzen 3000 on this board, I'm curious to know if the 4000 kit G.Skill showed off running on a 2700X/C7H had a different BIOS or if the processor just had a really good IMC.
It's annoying since my 2 x 8 GB B-die runs 3533 MHz (C14) , but 2 x 16 GB B-Die is struggling to reach 3200 MHz.
I'm not expecting the 2 x 8 GB kit to go higher on Ryzen 3xxx, but I'm hoping the 2 x 16 GB kit will do at least 3466 MHz.
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post #6548 of 8652 (permalink) Old 06-20-2019, 11:51 PM
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Quote: Originally Posted by Rusakova View Post
It's annoying since my 2 x 8 GB B-die runs 3533 MHz (C14) , but 2 x 16 GB B-Die is struggling to reach 3200 MHz.
I'm not expecting the 2 x 8 GB kit to go higher on Ryzen 3xxx, but I'm hoping the 2 x 16 GB kit will do at least 3466 MHz.
It's the price we have to pay for having 32GB of memory I guess.. Was considering picking up a 16GB kit on the side to run way faster speeds since prices are much lower now.

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post #6549 of 8652 (permalink) Old 06-21-2019, 08:33 AM
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Quote: Originally Posted by chakku View Post
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Fingers crossed we can get closer to 3733 with Ryzen 3000 on this board, I'm curious to know if the 4000 kit G.Skill showed off running on a 2700X/C7H had a different BIOS or if the processor just had a really good IMC.
I'm curious if it was simply bootable or if there was any actual stability at that speed.

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Quote: Originally Posted by chakku View Post
It's the price we have to pay for having 32GB of memory I guess.. Was considering picking up a 16GB kit on the side to run way faster speeds since prices are much lower now.
It might be worth it for competitive benchmarking. My kit at 3600 14-15-14-14 performs better than when it's at 3200 12-13-12-12.

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