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post #6071 of 6193 (permalink) Old 11-13-2019, 12:00 AM
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Quote: Originally Posted by Roboionator View Post
Hello i have g.skill NEO F4-3600C16D-32GTZN and when i juse calculator for 3733 or 3800mhz and setup in bios all what i find, no go,...if I just set 3733mhz first 5 numbers and XPM and voltage works but what i do wrong, some tips what numbers is important?

Different numbers in calculator when click R-XPM or save from Thaiphoon and import XMP, what is right.



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3900x and GA MASTER last bios
You have your FCBK at 1900? If yes lower it to 1800 to see if it starts at 3800

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The memory frequency of 3466+ is meaningless, CPU utilization and multi-core efficiency depend on the Infiniti fabrick. There comes a moment when growth stops because the core frequently reaches the limit.
At the moment the memory frequency of 3466 corresponds to the processor frequency of 4100 MHz.
A bit necro but... what would be the optimal memory frequency for a 3500MHz CPU clock?
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You have your FCBK at 1900? If yes lower it to 1800 to see if it starts at 3800
yes i have 1900, ok I'll try,..thx
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Recommended RTT_PARK (RZQ/1) makes the system not pass the POST, while the old good RZQ/5 (was recommended in the previous editions) works just fine.

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Quote: Originally Posted by 9colai View Post
I couldn't see any labels on the sticks, but I think that the label was put on the package the sticks came in. Here is a picture of them:
https://ibb.co/9rNwHJ4

So the 042 string would be: 19404238441

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The label should be at the back of the sticks.

Jpmboy also has a 3600 15-15-15 kit that reads as D-die in Thaiphoon, but the 042 string indicates B-die.

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Hi guys, quick question about the RAM kit I'm running https://www.gskill.com/product/165/3...600C18D-32GTZN GSkill Neo series 3600 18-22-22-42 with Hynix CJR. I ran a first pass of the calculator and having it running stable at the recommended "Safe" settings. This is my first time doing anything like this. Wondering whether I should jump to the Fast settings, or my other thought was trying to get it to run at 3800 with a 1900 FCLK on Safe settings. Should I try stepping up a bit at a time i.e 3600 Fast, 37xx Safe, etc.? Or just give it a shot and try 3800 straight out?

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Quote: Originally Posted by BLUuuE View Post
The label should be at the back of the sticks.

Jpmboy also has a 3600 15-15-15 kit that reads as D-die in Thaiphoon, but the 042 string indicates B-die.
Okay that was actually what i hoped for, that Thaiphoon Burner was wrong. I think I can get one of the sticks out of the socket, if i remove the fan on my cooler. I'm just too lazy to demount the whole cooler, just to look at the label. Thanks for the help anyway, I'll try and look up jpmboy's posts.
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Quote: Originally Posted by flyinion View Post
Hi guys, quick question about the RAM kit I'm running https://www.gskill.com/product/165/3...600C18D-32GTZN GSkill Neo series 3600 18-22-22-42 with Hynix CJR. I ran a first pass of the calculator and having it running stable at the recommended "Safe" settings. This is my first time doing anything like this. Wondering whether I should jump to the Fast settings, or my other thought was trying to get it to run at 3800 with a 1900 FCLK on Safe settings. Should I try stepping up a bit at a time i.e 3600 Fast, 37xx Safe, etc.? Or just give it a shot and try 3800 straight out?
More possible to try around 3700 first.
Most results are not stable or good enough at 3800mhz.

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