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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 06-25-2019, 01:23 PM - Thread Starter
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Should B-die overclock to 3733 no problem?

As the title says, I am curious if good sticks of B-die, say the Team Group or G.Skill stuff 3200 sticks overclock to the Infinity Fabrics 1:1 ratio speed of 3600C16 or 3733C17?

I have two nice Team Group Dark Pro 3200 sticks on my 2600X and they run great. However I have them on a crap free B350 board I got from an uncle and I was never able to test their over clock ability because I had originally intended to buy a X470 but decided to pass on it for the X570. Now that X570 is almost here I am wondering if I will be Ok sticking with this B-die, get the new X570 and a new 3800X and hope I can run this B-die at the advertised sweet spot of 3733 C17 or at least 3600 C16. I understand that we do not yet have any concrete information to go on but I still wonder what people think about this.

If you had to bet, what would you bet would be the chances of those settings running issue free??

P.S. I am running on the info here.
https://www.pcgamesn.com/amd/ryzen-3...ing-sweet-spot

My RAM in question.
https://www.newegg.com/team-16gb-288...82E16820313712

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B-Die will do 3733 ezpz. Should be able to do ~CL14/15 at 3733 even with a middle of the road kit.

My kit isn't anything stellar and will do CL15 @ 4000.

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The sticks themselves will likely have no issues doing 3733 C17 / 3600 C16. It just depends on how much stronger the IMC is on Zen 2 if the platform is capable of running it. I think it should be achievable, in my personal opinion I'd go with 80% chance, but we will know better once NDA is lifted and they are more reviews of Zen 2 and they show what kind of speeds can be achieved for DRAM overclocking. Right now there is only the one review of the Ryzen 5 3600 on X470 (I have no idea how they posted this without breaking NDA) but they don't go into overclocking the CPU or DRAM. Article: https://www.overclock.net/forum/379-...w-spanish.html

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Quote: Originally Posted by The Pook View Post
B-Die will do 3733 ezpz. Should be able to do ~CL14/15 at 3733 even with a middle of the road kit.

My kit isn't anything stellar and will do CL15 @ 4000.
Thank you for that vote of confidence and experience. I have not been paying attention to much of this Ryzen RAM info as of late, but because prices are going up for 3rd gen I thought I would save the money and stick with the ram I already have for Ryzen 3rd gen use.

Anyway, thanks for that info, I feel confident already.
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Quote: Originally Posted by Dopamin3 View Post
The sticks themselves will likely have no issues doing 3733 C17 / 3600 C16. It just depends on how much stronger the IMC is on Zen 2 if the platform is capable of running it. I think it should be achievable, in my personal opinion I'd go with 80% chance, but we will know better once NDA is lifted and they are more reviews of Zen 2 and they show what kind of speeds can be achieved for DRAM overclocking. Right now there is only the one review of the Ryzen 5 3600 on X470 (I have no idea how they posted this without breaking NDA) but they don't go into overclocking the CPU or DRAM. Article: https://www.overclock.net/forum/379-...w-spanish.html
And also that article mentioned using 3200 Mhz sticks so we have to assume they ran it at 3200C14. This tells me that the 3600 would have done better at 3733, especially with tighter timings lol.

No kidding on the NDA thing, but I bet they didn't have an NDA to follow, probably more likely a friend (under nda) gone dark side sent a friend his sample in order to be the first. Sometimes people just take this "first" thing a little too seriously and will do anything to achieve being first at something. At any rate I can't wait to see the results with Ryzen 12C or 16C doing 5Ghz with ram set to at least 3733. Not sure I like seeing ram higher than 3733 now that I know software will decouple it and run it using a ratio, yeah I don't like that one bit, lol.
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