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post #4111 of 5908 (permalink) Old 03-10-2019, 12:08 PM - Thread Starter
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And one good news, support of Matisse appeared in some bios, its CPUID 00870F00, stepping MTS-A0


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I flashed beta bios 0.0.7.2 and I noticed new add "bank group swap alt" in the bios menu now.

Did you seen it ?
yes and it works only the difference in games and synthetics I did not see

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Any pointers ? Anything more than 1 core makes my system lag and stall out .
incorrect overclocking of the processor? what settings?

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@1usmus and or to anyone that can help, thank you in advance.

RAM INFO: GSKILL TRIDENT Z ROYAL RAM - Hynix CJR 3600 Mhz 1.35v 2x8GB
Motherboard: X470 AORUS GAMING 7 WIFI (rev. 1.1) with F8 BIOS - latest as of now
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I used the calculator version 1.4.1 and I can boot using the 3600 speed SAFE calculation, however, I am always getting BSODs/system crashes randomly so I decided to back down.

What I did is to use the FAST calculation 3000 Mhz because any higher than that when you choose to turn off the Geardown mode it won't work. So if I want higher than 3000 RAM speed I am stuck with SAFE calculation which suggests Geardown mode enabled. Now I am at 3000 Mhz as the FAST calculation from the calculator all default, Powerdown mode, Geardown mode and BankGroupSwap all disabled and so far stable no BSODs/crashes. When it comes to voltage, I just followed the recommended volatage for the VCORE SOC and DRAM Voltage.

Hope you can give me guys any suggestions of what to do, I just don't have much knowledge of tinkering the RAM values or what to check/adjust to make it stable at 3600 Mhz.

I am good if at least we can make it work stable 3200 Mhz FAST/tight timings or if it is still possible at 3600 using SAFE or FAST calculation just with no crashes/BSODs. If you want screenshots or any additional info you need that can help, I'll reply as soon as I can.
New cjr presets 3466 safe and 3400 fast. Try them

3466CL16

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3400CL14

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I started to format tests in the guide article on DRAM overclocking, it has 27 tests (4 games and synthetics) for each of the 19 presets. Testing took 5 full working days. The most ambitious that exists on the Internet. This week's article will be on TechpowerUP
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I started to format tests in the guide article on DRAM overclocking, it has 27 tests (4 games and synthetics) for each of the 19 presets. Testing took 5 full working days. The most ambitious that exists on the Internet. This week's article will be on TechpowerUP
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1usmus, can you share your G.Skill F4-3400C16-8GSXW @ 3733CL14 timings, with CLDO, Dram Voltage, VTT voltage, VDDP voltage and CAD BUS timings

I'm stuck @ 3666 Mhz with F4-4400C19D-16GTZSW. Thanks.

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1usmus, can you share your G.Skill F4-3400C16-8GSXW @ 3733CL14 timings, with CLDO, Dram Voltage, VTT voltage, VDDP voltage and CAD BUS timings

I'm stuck @ 3666 Mhz with F4-4400C19D-16GTZSW. Thanks.
https://www.overclock.net/forum/11-a...l#post27821552
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Thanks Saiger0.

Still, 1usmus can you share your CLDO, PLL, VPP and VDDP voltage @3733CL14? may help me to stabilize, i'm quite stable @3666-1.46v-CL15

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Has anyone tried values similar?
what for? these timings in games will give a terrible result
mistakenly believe that lower is better
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what for? these timings in games will give a terrible result
mistakenly believe that lower is better
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what for? these timings in games will give a terrible result
mistakenly believe that lower is better
Oh, no I've found the same. I would ask for your opinion on what is too low.

I've found that tRDRDSCL/tWRWRSCL at 2 and tWRWRSD/tWRWRDD at 5 with tRDRDSD/tRDRDDD at 3 cause weird issues in CS:GO specifically. Player models will just suddenly appear when viewed at distance.

So I usually run 3,3 and 6,6 and 4,4.

What I tested earlier was just to test.

If there are other timings I should be made aware of and kept above a specific value then I'd love to know so I don't go too low.

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