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post #21 of 7790 (permalink) Old 10-28-2017, 12:17 PM
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How ?

If you put wrong timings - like too low, not correct formula, you may not ever boot again with that stick. Esp if you touch the lowest frequency strap (2133Mhz or whatever is for DDR4). Otherwise, if you crap out only the highest frequency, you can always just reset CMOS and run at lower speed into Windows and edit back with Typhoon.
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I was confused, I tough it was with the calculator and not with Typhoon smile.gif
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Ok, test passed biggrin.gifbiggrin.gifbiggrin.gifbiggrin.gif

Thank you 1usmus!!! thumb.gif but of course I've tested only changing tWRWR and tRDRD wink.gif

So, my kit can manage these settings and perhaps also better! I'm thinking to lower tRC and tRAS as suggested by your calculator, next...


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For BGS and GDM i noted that are wrong in calculator for my kit, both! and if I change GDM from "auto" to "Disabled" is a no go (no boot) and BGS -one of the two- are to be active to boot, as suggested is a no boot.

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For BGS and GDM i noted that are wrong in calculator for my kit, both! and if I change GDM from "auto" to "Disabled" is a no go (no boot) and BGS -one of the two- are to be active to boot, as suggested is a no boot.

impressive! you have a very high-quality copy of the processor and memory thumb.gif
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Hey 1usmus, I’ve been happily and vicariously reading the ryzen overclocking threads and am very impressed by your efforts.

I have a question, how useful would this tool be for non-ryzen systems using DDR4? I’ve never seen anything quite like it, if you made it compatible with intel I’m sure this software would take off into the RAM overclocking stratosphere, even more than it already is. ?

No matter what, +rep for your efforts and contribution to the overclocking community here. Maybe I’ll persuade my non-tekky friend with a 1700 and a crosshair VI to try using your tool!

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Hey 1usmus, I’ve been happily and vicariously reading the ryzen overclocking threads and am very impressed by your efforts.

I have a question, how useful would this tool be for non-ryzen systems using DDR4? I’ve never seen anything quite like it, if you made it compatible with intel I’m sure this software would take off into the RAM overclocking stratosphere, even more than it already is. ?

No matter what, +rep for your efforts and contribution to the overclocking community here. Maybe I’ll persuade my non-tekky friend with a 1700 and a crosshair VI to try using your tool!

Hello, thank you! smile.gif

I think timings are compatible with Intel, the rest are not. The amd has a different approach to bus and termination.
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tWRWR SD and DD to 7 and tRDRD SD and DD to 5 + 14 14 14 14 28 42 primary timings

I dislike TechpowerupMemTest 64 , he seldom finds errors. HCI 16 window 750mb - best test

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another big thank you to 1usmus

your ryzen ram calculator has just got a long time trouble set of corsair ram to finally boot 2933

before it was stuck at 2400/2666 (2666 with cold boot issues)

now it booted 2933 directly for the first time thumb.gif
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