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post #9211 of 9351 (permalink) Old 08-01-2020, 06:53 AM
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https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets...gid=1439155382


Please test my calculator
And tell me, any mistake or wrong calculation
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Quote: Originally Posted by chitos123 View Post
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets...gid=1439155382


Please test my calculator
And tell me, any mistake or wrong calculation
I don't understand what this is and what it does. Poor layout.

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Thanks for the advice
Now i'm gonna make help strings

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Feels like I am so close to dialing in this OC. Do you think it's timings or voltages?


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Feels like I am so close to dialing in this OC. Do you think it's timings or voltages?


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Previous TM5 long run (also 40 cycles) that passed was with these timings (voltages and termination values were the same):


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I would raise twtrl-s to 4-12, and trtp-twr to 10-20. On my Rev e kit trp can easily go 2 lower than trcd.
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Zen Timings 1.0.8 released.

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How do you get TM5 to run for that many cycles? Mine only does 3

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How do you get TM5 to run for that many cycles? Mine only does 3
In the "bin" directory open the "MT.cfg" file using notepad and at the top of the [Main Section] edit the line "Cycles" to 25.

Make sure you save the file as .cfg

You will probably have to have the option "show extension for known file types" enabled otherwise you wont be able to remove the .txt extension notepad will automatically add.

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Hi. First time here. Few questions.

1. How do you calculate TRFC2 and TRFC4 from the DRAM Calculator only "TRFC" and "TRFC alt."?

2. What would be suitable PCB option for A1? (in calculator v1.7.3 there are A0 and A2 options only...)

3. Is it even possible to OC different manufacturer dram components? Like.... now what?



Thought that I upgrade RAM from 16 to 32G ... bought another kit of 2x8G and ... it's Samsung :-D

Yes yes, bad luck brian moment... I guess I have to buy 3rd kit and hope I get either Samsung (2020 model) or Hynix (2019 model was) and not some 3rd option like Micron this time


As I have Ryzen 1700 only, I ran the first Hynix kit @ 3200MHz CL14-17-17-18-28 (provided by DRAM Calculator 1.5.1) for about a year perfectly stable. Not even trying to go faster than 3200 with this CPU.
Now ran the new calculator (1.7.3) for 4 dimms @ 3200MHz for both Hynix and Samsung and tried the lower timings of the slower option (Hynix) safe mode -- no luck.
But is there a way to make those RAM modules work together with not too horrible timings? (they run now at default 1866MHz or something ... mobo recovery mode)
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@algida79 error 4 timeout issue - MirrorCopy size 0 / usually related to tRDWR or tWRRD, tWRRD +1 could help
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How awkward this set looks like at first - it's pretty consistent

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