so lets say you have a locked cpu like the i7-8700 on a z390 board,
then you have a cl15 3000mhz 2x8gb ram kit, and lets say you successfully overclock the memory to 3400 mhz cl13
how would a slight bclk overclock on the cpu say to 102.5, to get 4.4 ghz all core turbo, affect the memory speed in this case?
would it likely make the memory fail a boot/post if it was at its limit prior to the bclk overclock?
and if so is there any way to change the memory multiplier to get back the 3400 mhz or close to it?
thanks for any help
EDIT: if I understand things correctly it would in this case make the ram run at 3485 mhz instead of 3400, which might fail a post/boot if ram was at
its limit prior to the bclk increase, I guess there is no way to separately adjust memory:bclk ratio to finetune it back to 3400 for example?
maybe I could set the memory speed preset down to 3333 mhz after the bclk increase, to get something like 3333+2.5% = 3416 mhz ?
or could try using the 3300mhz setting which would give 3300+2.5% = 3382 mhz?
or is that calculation wrong ? :S