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post #1811 of 4499 (permalink) Old 05-17-2018, 09:04 PM
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Recently bought a new mobo, CPU and ram kit as follows:
- ASUS TUF B350M-PLUS Gaming Motherboard - latest BIOS (AGESA 1.0.0.2a update)
- Ryzen 5 2600x
- Gskill FlareX 3200Mhz CL14 2x8GB (pretty sure this is Samsung B-Die)

I've tried following the instructions to the letter and using the numbers generated in the calculator (Safe) - still get errors in Memtest HCI (even BSOD'd once)....

XMP default profile settings didn't work for me either....

I'm running the official bios - do I need to use the modded one?

Anyone got any idea?

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181 Pages....so I am hoping no rules are broken.

My Team xTreem 3600 CL17 Ram is a samsung S-Die according to Thaipoon. The latest Beta wont read the XMP so I can calculate the timings and voltages. Am I doing anything wrong?
The new idea behind this calculator is that since XMP is pretty much Intel specific, using the XMP settings on your RAM will result in non-optimum settings for Ryzen. That being said, if you don't want to use the "R-XMP" settings from the calculator just choose "Custom" under "Profile Version" and that will allow you to input your RAMs XMP settings as what is outputted by Thaiphoon. Or just pick the B-die and hit R-XMP and click on Fast/Safe/Extreme and tweak from there.

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Recently bought a new mobo, CPU and ram kit as follows:
- ASUS TUF B350M-PLUS Gaming Motherboard - latest BIOS (AGESA 1.0.0.2a update)
- Ryzen 5 2600x
- Gskill FlareX 3200Mhz CL14 2x8GB (pretty sure this is Samsung B-Die)

I've tried following the instructions to the letter and using the numbers generated in the calculator (Safe) - still get errors in Memtest HCI (even BSOD'd once)....

XMP default profile settings didn't work for me either....

I'm running the official bios - do I need to use the modded one?

Anyone got any idea?
Have you tried just inputting the primary timings + subtimings and leaving everything else alone (Termination block, CAD_BUS block, etc)? Also what are your voltages?
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The new idea behind this calculator is that since XMP is pretty much Intel specific, using the XMP settings on your RAM will result in non-optimum settings for Ryzen. That being said, if you don't want to use the "R-XMP" settings from the calculator just choose "Custom" under "Profile Version" and that will allow you to input your RAMs XMP settings as what is outputted by Thaiphoon. Or just pick the B-die and hit R-XMP and click on Fast/Safe/Extreme and tweak from there.



Have you tried just inputting the primary timings + subtimings and leaving everything else alone (Termination block, CAD_BUS block, etc)? Also what are your voltages?
I'll try again when I get home in a bit - I had my DRAM voltage up to 1.4V and SOC to 1.2 (max safe voltage that I was told) - still crashed.

Is crashing possible from having TOO MANY volts?
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I'll try again when I get home in a bit - I had my DRAM voltage up to 1.4V and SOC to 1.2 (max safe voltage that I was told) - still crashed.

Is crashing possible from having TOO MANY volts?
Actually, yes! It seems like for the new Ryzen 2xxx series the SOC voltage should be between 1.0V and 1.05V so try 1.05V SOC voltage and then 1.35V DRAM voltage. You should have no problems running that RAM at rated speed.

You could try these settings:
SOC Voltage: 1.05V
DRAM Voltage: 1.36V
GDM: Disabled
BGS: Disabled
Powerdown: Disabled
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Ryzen DRAM Calculator 1.2.0 Beta 1

today - tomorrow there will be another version of the calculator, Beta 2


download:
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1wU...z4LvHy7wXWTVKX

changelog:
* added initial support for the Zen + (new soc voltage, cad_bus, rtt, e.t.c.)
* support DRAM OC 3666+ for Zen+ and X470 motherboard (only Samsung b-die) thanks @olegdjus for testing
* Thaiphoon XMP import is back (some adaptation of imported profiles may be necessary)
* after importing the Thaiphoon report, information about your memory will be provided in the upper right corner of the program (in the future, extended information will be provided)
* new cad_bus timings recommendation
* Power Supply System tab with new recommendation is back
* bug fixing

plans:
* new bios have a new SMU, voltage adjustments for DRAM are needed. I will try to make them in 1.2.0 beta 2
* some adaptation of imported profiles
* tRRDS does not always work correctly and rounding is required
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Quote: Originally Posted by 1usmus View Post
Ryzen DRAM Calculator 1.2.0 Beta 1


download:
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1wU...z4LvHy7wXWTVKX

changelog:
* added initial support for the Zen + (new soc voltage, cad_bus, rtt, e.t.c.)
* support DRAM OC 3666+ for Zen+ and X470 motherboard (only Samsung b-die) thanks @olegdjus for testing
* Thaiphoon XMP import is back (some adaptation of imported profiles may be necessary)
* after importing the Thaiphoon report, information about your memory will be provided in the upper right corner of the program (in the future, extended information will be provided)
* new cad_bus timings recommendation
* Power Supply System tab with new recommendation is back
* bug fixing

plans:
* new bios have a new SMU, voltage adjustments for DRAM are needed. I will try to make them in 1.2.0 beta 2
* some adaptation of imported profiles
Thank you @1usmus for all hard work
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My Team xTreem 3600 CL17 Ram is a samsung S-Die according to Thaipoon. The latest Beta wont read the XMP so I can calculate the timings and voltages. Am I doing anything wrong?

Those S-are actually B-die.
Under Profile version you got to choose Custom and then type in the numbers from Thaiphoon Burner yourself.


EDIT: Never mind. XMP import is back in the new version of the Calculator.

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Ryzen DRAM Calculator 1.2.0 Beta 1


download:
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1wU...z4LvHy7wXWTVKX

changelog:
* added initial support for the Zen + (new soc voltage, cad_bus, rtt, e.t.c.)
* support DRAM OC 3666+ for Zen+ and X470 motherboard (only Samsung b-die) thanks @olegdjus for testing
* Thaiphoon XMP import is back (some adaptation of imported profiles may be necessary)
* after importing the Thaiphoon report, information about your memory will be provided in the upper right corner of the program (in the future, extended information will be provided)
* new cad_bus timings recommendation
* Power Supply System tab with new recommendation is back
* bug fixing

plans:
* new bios have a new SMU, voltage adjustments for DRAM are needed. I will try to make them in 1.2.0 beta 2
* some adaptation of imported profiles
* tRRDS does not always work correctly and rounding is required
Nice dude!

Will test it today man. Nice to see you around too.
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