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post #11 of 27 (permalink) Old 05-02-2020, 04:04 PM
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Quote: Originally Posted by rares495 View Post
Not sure what your exact kit is since you didn't post a thaiphoon burner screenshot but try these settings:

https://www.computerbase.de/forum/at...de-png.826720/
So those settings have worked like a charm. I'm wondering now if higher voltage, 1.5 maybe? might let me squeeze those timings even tighter. What do you think?
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Great! Yeah, 1.5V might allow you to tighten them some more but even these settings are pretty nice for 3200 B-dies.

Attaching the Zen Timings tool that I use. Please post a screenshot of this tool as it shows timings in more detail.

Also attaching TM5 1usmus v3. Run it as administrator and let it do its magic. See if you can pass 20 cycles.
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Quote: Originally Posted by rares495 View Post
Great! Yeah, 1.5V might allow you to tighten them some more but even these settings are pretty nice for 3200 B-dies.

Attaching the Zen Timings tool that I use. Please post a screenshot of this tool as it shows timings in more detail.

Also attaching TM5 1usmus v3. Run it as administrator and let it do its magic. See if you can pass 20 cycles.
Passed 21 cycles with TM5, no errors. Here's the Zen screenshot.
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Quote: Originally Posted by Nitethorn View Post
Passed 21 cycles with TM5, no errors. Here's the Zen screenshot.
You can probably push em further, I could that with mine at least.

1.5 Dram v
Soc vcore 1.125 v

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Quote: Originally Posted by Dyngsur View Post
You can probably push em further, I could that with mine at least.

1.5 Dram v
Soc vcore 1.125 v

Soc vcore LLC High
I'll try that out tonight. I've been wanting to tighten it up a bit anyway, that should be a good starting point. Thanks for the tip!

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I have two of this exact same kit. It's pretty sweet, isn't it? I think mine is about as tight as I can get it. Maybe if I raise the DRAM voltage (currently at 1.4 V) I can tighten it up some more.


Edit: I just saw your tRFC is at 280. That's pretty damn low. I hope it's okay to set it that low.
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Quote: Originally Posted by ribosome View Post
I have two of this exact same kit. It's pretty sweet, isn't it? I think mine is about as tight as I can get it. Maybe if I raise the DRAM voltage (currently at 1.4 V) I can tighten it up some more.


Edit: I just saw your tRFC is at 280. That's pretty damn low. I hope it's okay to set it that low.
I am currently running tRFC at 272, but I'm also using 1.46v. Rock stable and the kit doesn't even come close to overheating under stress. I'm pretty proud of this kit

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I am currently running tRFC at 272, but I'm also using 1.46v. Rock stable and the kit doesn't even come close to overheating under stress. I'm pretty proud of this kit
I tried dropping tRFC to 364 (from DRAM calculator), but I started getting errors when I ran TM5.

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I tried dropping tRFC to 364 (from DRAM calculator), but I started getting errors when I ran TM5. [IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/smilies/sadsmiley.gif[/IMG]
If you're wanting to get close to my settings, you're going to need more voltage. At least 1.45 if your kit is just like mine. But you said you had 2 kits. If you are using 4 dimms your settings and results will be quite different and I honestly have little experience overclocking with 4 dimms.

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If you're wanting to get close to my settings, you're going to need more voltage. At least 1.45 if your kit is just like mine. But you said you had 2 kits. If you are using 4 dimms your settings and results will be quite different and I honestly have little experience overclocking with 4 dimms.
I can't remember if I used 1.4 or 1.45 V for that test. I'll have to try again. I couldn't boot at all when I copied your settings, even at 1.5 V. And yes I am using 4 DIMMs.

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