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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
High Quality Samsung B Die single rank can do 3800cl14 or more at 1.45v

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High Quality Samsung B Die single rank can do 3800cl14 or more at 1.45v
This is awesome.I can do CL14 3800 and Cl16 4200 @1.45v without problems on Ryzen 3600X and X470 board.
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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!
Idk what are you overclocking the RAM for, but if you doing it for gaming, 3200 safe preset works just fine. It's not ideal, but it gives you much better performance than the XMP profile.

If it's for gaming, as long as you are at 3200 or over it, speed doesn't really matter. Timings make a lot of difference.
https://www.techpowerup.com/review/a...-guide/10.html

On the page before you have the subtimings of the presets.

By the way, i left mine on f20. You shouldn't update bios unless necessary. Just for kicks and giggles can **** up your stability.

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High Quality Samsung B Die single rank can do 3800cl14 or more at 1.45v
This is awesome.I can do CL14 3800 and Cl16 4200 @1.45v without problems on Ryzen 3600X and X470 board.
@ 1:1:1? Bc im not sure if you are aware but unless you specify in the bios above 3600 the FCLK, UCLK, and MEMCLK detach and stop running at the same frequehats what makes the much higher frequencies possible such as 4000+. This drops performance a bit so you have to make sure ypu are going high enough frequency to negate that performance loss. But you can lock them in the bios. There is an option (forget the name) that has the choices something like “UCLK==MEMCLK” and “UCLK==MEMCLK/2”. The first ine is the one you want to go with and also on the Main page where CPU and SoC voltage is there should be a FCLK freq drop down. For 3600 MEMCLK the corresponding FCLK will be 1800mhz, and 4000 MEMCLK will be 2000mhz FCLK, etc.

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I bought Ballistix Elite 16gb DDR4-3600mhz 16-18-18-36 @1.35v since it was on sale on prime day deals @ $105. 16-16-16 were more than double. Is it a decent kit?



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@ 1:1:1? Bc im not sure if you are aware but unless you specify in the bios above 3600 the FCLK, UCLK, and MEMCLK detach and stop running at the same frequehats what makes the much higher frequencies possible such as 4000+. This drops performance a bit so you have to make sure ypu are going high enough frequency to negate that performance loss. But you can lock them in the bios. There is an option (forget the name) that has the choices something like “UCLK==MEMCLK” and “UCLK==MEMCLK/2”. The first ine is the one you want to go with and also on the Main page where CPU and SoC voltage is there should be a FCLK freq drop down. For 3600 MEMCLK the corresponding FCLK will be 1800mhz, and 4000 MEMCLK will be 2000mhz FCLK, etc.
Yes thanks for the help.Too bad with the BIOS bug that FCLK gets cut to half speed after 1900+,should be fixed by now but it is not.

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So what impressions You have so far ??
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@ 1:1:1? Bc im not sure if you are aware but unless you specify in the bios above 3600 the FCLK, UCLK, and MEMCLK detach and stop running at the same frequehats what makes the much higher frequencies possible such as 4000+. This drops performance a bit so you have to make sure ypu are going high enough frequency to negate that performance loss. But you can lock them in the bios. There is an option (forget the name) that has the choices something like “UCLK==MEMCLK” and “UCLK==MEMCLK/2”. The first ine is the one you want to go with and also on the Main page where CPU and SoC voltage is there should be a FCLK freq drop down. For 3600 MEMCLK the corresponding FCLK will be 1800mhz, and 4000 MEMCLK will be 2000mhz FCLK, etc.
You had time before work to finish testing of that tight 3733 ??

I came up with interesting settings to test. Latency seems low for CL16 63.7- 63.8ns and very nice numbers all around
Only had time for 450% pass on ramtest
3800cl16/16/16/32/52 1.45v(volts deffo can be lower but not had time today yet)
RRDS 7
RRDL 10
TFAW 35
WTRS 4
WTRL 14
WTRL 14
RDRD SCL 3
WRWR SCL 3
RFC 367
CWL 16
RTP 10
RDWR 8
WRRD 4
WRWR SC 1
WRWR SD 8
WRWR DD 8
RDRD 1
RDRD 5
RDRD 5
CKE 1

From what I'w run on Cinebench trilogy its bit faster than 3733cl14 BUT requires less volts in general. So I think this could be nice profile for people with no fans over ram kits. Been running tests till 3am again. Them new toys are killing us of man I'w cut sleep down to like 4-5 hours since gotten 3900x cause cant sleep if not stable You know that feel

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@ 1:1:1? Bc im not sure if you are aware but unless you specify in the bios above 3600 the FCLK, UCLK, and MEMCLK detach and stop running at the same frequehats what makes the much higher frequencies possible such as 4000+. This drops performance a bit so you have to make sure ypu are going high enough frequency to negate that performance loss. But you can lock them in the bios. There is an option (forget the name) that has the choices something like “UCLK==MEMCLK” and “UCLK==MEMCLK/2”. The first ine is the one you want to go with and also on the Main page where CPU and SoC voltage is there should be a FCLK freq drop down. For 3600 MEMCLK the corresponding FCLK will be 1800mhz, and 4000 MEMCLK will be 2000mhz FCLK, etc.
You had time before work to finish testing of that tight 3733 ??
Not completely, now its at 3770mhz with 4.4ghz all core and 4.5ghz single to 4 cores. Single core is at 1.4-1.41v and all core runs around 1.35-1.37v with a -.0625v offset and 102.8mhz bclk. Right now im soldering the rest of these CherryMX keyswitches into my keyboard then Ill post some benchmarks and such in the CH7 thread. Been working 12+ hours a night and testing then sleeping in what little time is left.

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Hey guys I'm sitting in 2nd place on the MaxxMem benchmark for DDR4. Do any of you ever use it?

http://maxxpi2.de/pages/results/top-...gs---ddr-4.php

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