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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 12-03-2019, 03:38 PM - Thread Starter
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Need help with OC - memory cache failures

Heeeere's Jonny. Well, its name is Ark actually.
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VTTDDR Voltage 0.6825

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Voltage VDDCR - Offset, +, .2 volts

CPU and DRAM Load Line Calibration Level 4 (5 is the max I'm pretty sure...)

My issue - with 2 sticks of ram installed I can overclock to 3kMhz stable on Aida64. Good enough. With 4 sticks installed, I had to take it down one notch to just below 3kMhz. Now it's war.
I'm using the Bios to overclock. Not opposed to other programs if recommended. Last I head the Ryzen Master and the Assus whatever kind of ****s things up and that was my experience with them awhile back...
Been a while since I've OC'd and I've never been more than a Newby. I'm not really interested in pushing the CPU/ Ram hard, but I guess I'm really annoyed that the ram is being this annoying when I got the pretty platinums.

The overall question is what are recommendations from the pro's in general, and what specifically do you think I could do to just bump that ram and keep things stable if I wanted 3kMhz and CPU at 3.7k

Thank you.

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1st gen Ryzen was all over the board with RAM clocks and you're filling all four slots, you're going to be limited.

be happy with 2933 or sell your 4x8 kit and buy a dual rank 2x16 kit (but dual rank RAM has its own set of problems and it might not even fix anything).

running 2933 with tightened timings primary/secondary/tertiary timings is going to outperform 3000 at XMP anyway, so if the 67mhz deficit is really such a woe then you can put the time into dialing in your RAM and it'll be a woe no mo'.

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Well okay, guess I'm good then. Thanks.
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Well okay, guess I'm good then. Thanks.
Wait mate. Did you even try overvolting VDDSOC? Try 1.10.
Is that ram b die? Either way i suggest atleast 1.4v on dram voltage for testing purposes, if you have Vboot voltage put 1.5v on that for testing it may help with training.

Use DRAM calculator and dont forget to put that you have 4DIMMS and not 2. (I did this stupid mistake first time)
CLD0 VDDP can solve memory holes (google) you may want to test every frequency from 3200 till 3600 with stupid timings like cl22. Sweetspot for ryzen 1 gen is either 3200c12 (which is really hard to obtain) or 3433 c14


Play with RZQ and Procodt settings. I have 4 dimms but with gen 3 zen, i've went from not being able to post at all to stable with almost the same oc as i had with 2 dimms, by playing with these settings. Also cad bus timings on 60 and setup 24-20-24-24 can help test dram calculator settings!

Check your temps while stresstesting, ram are fine till 95c without damage but ideally you want them below 50c for stability reasons (but then you have me who can pass testmemt5 at 60c see below lol)
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