Originally Posted by AlphaC
Was it an SOC voltage issue for 3600C14? I wish I could help out more with Ryzen 3rd gen stuff but the current pricing of R9 3900X is still more than retail and Microcenter hasn't received any in stock (my preferred supplier).
I tried setting SOC between 1 and 1.125 with no difference at all so it seemed like that didn't affect the stability issue. Only way for me to "fix" it was to either increase DRAM Voltage to 1.42 or increase timings/lower the multiplier (3533mhz for example).
I also tried LLC at high/turbo/extreme with no difference in behaviour because at first I thought it was maybe caused by droop.
Here's my current settings that runs the kit completly stable, only thing I've touched is setting dram voltage to 1.42. It runs a pretty high tRFC but I havent bothered with manual timings yet.
Edit: Decided to set the timings manually with help from the DRAM calculator, 3600 Safe settings + the Neo kit xmp timings. Stable so far. Still +.2 mV.
3800X / X470 Gaming 7 Wifi / Trident Z Neo 3600 CL14 @ 1.42v / RTX2080
Last edited by Fastie; 10-14-2019 at 11:01 AM.