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post #4771 of 8071 (permalink) Old 07-15-2019, 04:18 AM
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Soon ill have timing setups done for 3600, 3666, 3733, and 3800 all at cl14 with 1:1:1 for Samsung BDie. I could do 3866 and 3933 at cl14 at 1:1:1 as well but there seems to be a bug in the bios that as soon as I set 1900mhz FCLK or 3800mhz DRAM freq i will get an immediate C5 error code. I got around this by setting DRAM freq to 3733mhz and FCLK to 1867mhz with BCLK at 101.8mhz letting me run @ 3800mhz with 1900mhz FCLK but I cannot go any higher on BCLK to push higher freqs. I have ridiculously low timings for 3733 and 3800 so I know I have headroom. The same error also occurs when I try to adjust tRDWR. No matter what I set it to it will always cause an immediate C5 error. I have to leave it in auto.

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Soon ill have timing setups done for 3600, 3666, 3733, and 3800 all at cl14 with 1:1:1 for Samsung BDie. I could do 3866 and 3933 at cl14 at 1:1:1 as well but there seems to be a bug in the bios that as soon as I set 1900mhz FCLK or 3800mhz DRAM freq i will get an immediate C5 error code. I got around this by setting DRAM freq to 3733mhz and FCLK to 1867mhz with BCLK at 101.8mhz letting me run @ 3800mhz with 1900mhz FCLK but I cannot go any higher on BCLK to push higher freqs. I have ridiculously low timings for 3733 and 3800 so I know I have headroom. The same error also occurs when I try to adjust tRDWR. No matter what I set it to it will always cause an immediate C5 error. I have to leave it in auto.
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Can somebody help with the memory timings for my FlareX 3200 CL14 kit.

Here is default setup:
https://imgur.com/30vpaVj

Here is 3466mhz cl14 setup done by Dram Calculator 1.51
I used Safe timings, it booted up just fine, but after 1minute of Aida64 memory benchmark, it gives errors.

https://imgur.com/loh0cRH

What timings should I change to get it stable?
I am using Gigabyte Gaming 3 B350M motherboard with the latest F41.a. bios (the latest with AGESA 1.0.0.3.AB).

Also is this memory quality percent an actual "thing" and shows how good this chip is on my ram?
https://imgur.com/4aE2hAv

Also if anybody has a modified Gigabyte Gaming 3 B350M bios, with all the unlocked features- let me know!
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Can somebody help with the memory timings for my FlareX 3200 CL14 kit.

Here is default setup:
https://imgur.com/30vpaVj

Here is 3466mhz cl14 setup done by Dram Calculator 1.51
I used Safe timings, it booted up just fine, but after 1minute of Aida64 memory benchmark, it gives errors.

https://imgur.com/loh0cRH

What timings should I change to get it stable?
I am using Gigabyte Gaming 3 B350M motherboard with the latest F41.a. bios (the latest with AGESA 1.0.0.3.AB).

Also is this memory quality percent an actual "thing" and shows how good this chip is on my ram?
https://imgur.com/4aE2hAv

Also if anybody has a modified Gigabyte Gaming 3 B350M bios, with all the unlocked features- let me know!
CL14 at 3466 is really tight. My RAM is CL16 at 3200, and even at CL16 coudlnt do 3466 stable.

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CL14 at 3466 is really tight. My RAM is CL16 at 3200, and even at CL16 coudlnt do 3466 stable.
3200 CL14 is best Samsung can offer (b-die). So it should do atleast [email protected]+ imo. But that depends more on subtimings, i think.

But, I guess the limiting factor here is my zhitty motherboard.
https://www.techpowerup.com/review/a...proc-odt-3.jpg

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3200 CL14 is best Samsung can offer (b-die). So it should do atleast [email protected]+ imo. But that depends more on subtimings, i think.

But, I guess the limiting factor here is my zhitty motherboard.
https://www.techpowerup.com/review/a...proc-odt-3.jpg
I think you'll find others to say 3600CL15 to be their best and some others saying 4000CL17.

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Nah, the 4500+ XMP rated kits are the bestest of the best bins

By the way, the 1usmus TestMem5 only allocates 43.6% of my RAM (2x16 Bdie) is this correct?
Nvm, in the next test it went to full usage.

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I think you'll find others to say 3600CL15 to be their best and some others saying 4000CL17.

I don't know, my 3600CL17 are doing 3466CL14 with no problems, now that I'll get the 3900x I think I can do 3866cl17 with no problems

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