Originally Posted by Molano
Reading your edit now. The thing is, the memory is "semi-stable" at nearly anything i try. I just keep getting soft crashes. Exporting in Premiere is the quickest to crash generally (within a few seconds when starting the export usually on XMP). On regular timings it's fine. But GTA 5 and minecraft get random crashes as well after usually about 20 minutes or so of playing. But i don't generally get BSOD's or anything.
I have just put in your numbers except for a few (see previous post),
and it's looking good so far . I'm not holding my breath just yet but so far it's stable exporting in Adobe i'll leave the memtest running tonight to check it tomorrow.
The thing is though, i just don't understand what the problem is with the XMP profile. Why does it make the system so unstable. Also, i've put in loads of different numbers from the DRAM calculator (3600 fast, 3600 safe, 3200 safe etc) and nothing seemed to work there either. The only thing i don't thing i experimented with is the cab strength.
Never mind, it started crashing again.
My ryzen master now:
The Cad bus strength is probably more important than other timings because if the cad bus is off then your RAM will never be stable.
Like I said my Ram kits XMP sets the cad bus to 24,24,24,24 and RTT park (usually more important with hynix) set to RZQ/5 I will post a screen shot of bios settings in a bit
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