Originally Posted by gerardfraser
Originally Posted by Synoxia
how 1933? share settincs?
Originally Posted by eliwankenobi
And I would add, is it stable?
Well ,why would it no be stable and there is no special settings for 1933Mhz FCLK and It worked on 3 different Ryzen CPU's at 1933Mhz FCLK. Let me know if you want more information.
Red Dead 2 Video played 1 hour average CPU clock 4525 Mhz-4550Mhz
Ram Timings in Ryzen Master
â™️¦ Mobo - MSI X470 - Gaming Plus(E7B79AMS.AAG-AMD ComboPI22.214.171.124b) BIOS settings ,Added CPU offset voltage for sustained boost.
Light gaming loads all core boost up to 4625Mhz Outlast 2
Normal to heavy gaming loads all core boost 4575Mhz Red Dead Redemption 2
This is a long reply... sorry 😐
I ask about stability because FCLK-1933 seems to be very rare, just like 1900 used to be rare, but now I see enough people achieving 1900 FCLK that I wouldn’t call it rare, but I wouldn’t normally call it totally normal. I had a lot of rare/weird instability on my system.
Let me elaborate.. I have an X570 Unify also from MSI and 3800x too. Previously in this thread I shared that I have two kits of single rank Patriot Viper Steel 4400 mhz. I ended up returning them because I was never able to get them stable at 3800 or 3600 on safe timings from DRAM calc or even using the safer timings without the XMP report imported. I would always have sporadic memory errors here and there when testing different memory stress tests on Windows. Curiously Memtest86 with the bootable USB passed the whole 9hr stress test. But gaming different games like Apex Legends, Shadow of the Tom Raider, Battlefront II, Battlefield 1, Quake Champions, you name it, I could play for about 30 mins and then the game would crash. Tomb Raider log was useful, as it would tell that it crashed with Memory Address error blah blah blah.
The sticks were not on the Unify QVL either, the board is daisy chain topology and it favors 2 sticks over 4, the memory kit also didn’t have temperature sensors which I thought was odd too, I couldn’t really know what temperatures sticks were working at when I was pushing 1.45v and that was a concern because the heatsinks on those kits are notoriously loose. The thermal sticky pads are apparently not enough good quality and they fell on one of the kits. One Pro review online had that, and other users here have also experienced it too. One of the 2 kits I had to RMA too because at stock JDEC the system wouldn’t boot to BIOS, so after all that, I started feeling suspicious about the whole thing. The return window was closing so decided to return them and order 32gb dual rank Trident Z Neo kit 3600mhz CL 16-16-16-36. Hopefully I have better luck with these as they are advertised as Ryzen and x570 compatible all over the place (and paid for that marketing extra too.. sigh) and read good experiences with them, we’ll see...
I was hopeful that for speeds like 3600 and 3800 mhz with tight timings it shouldn’t be much of a problem with 2 kits of high bin B-die kits. Perhaps that was the problem? They were not binned together? I don’t know. I could have gone with a GSkill kit of 4 sticks too, but wasn’t feeling that adventurous. I’m sure others here have had good OCs on Ryzen using 4 sticks, guess it was not for me.
Thanks for sharing your settings!
Was this on a new BIOS release?