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Overclocked Memory Advice

Hi Guys,


New to this site nice to meet everyone. Have few queries regarding my overclock memory 4x8GB 3200MHZ which is overclocked to 3600MHZ.

Just wanting to know if i could get anymore out of it, 3600 is the best i can get it clocked for stability just wanting to know about timings and also maybe check my voltages are safe.

New to PC Gaming/building since July. I Know it ain't the best quality and dearest brands but all i do is game so should be okay.

Be great to hear back .

Thanks
Kevin

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Also my DRAM voltage is set to 1.4 in bios. Anything after 1.45 it highlights red in bios

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Red means it can be in the high range but not overvolting range, 1.46-1.48 would be your recommended max for 18nm
1.46 you can push
fix your CLDO_VDDP to be 900mV
vSOC 1.05
try tRFC 448-333-205, if it posts put tRTP 7, tWR 14

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Quote: Originally Posted by Veii View Post
Red means it can be in the high range but not overvolting range, 1.46-1.48 would be your recommended max for 18nm
1.46 you can push
fix your CLDO_VDDP to be 900mV
vSOC 1.05
try tRFC 448-333-205, if it posts put tRTP 7, tWR 14
Thanks for the reply, somebody suggested maybe trying clocking to 3800 or would you reckon to stick to 3600?
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Thanks for the reply, somebody suggested maybe trying clocking to 3800 or would you reckon to stick to 3600?
Step by step - you have Hynix CFR kits
Don't make jumps when you don't know 2 things
- Voltage the kits like and dislike
- potent of your cpu even hitting 1900FCLK

Get your setup stable and test it stable, know the flaws of your kits
Know what your cpu likes later pushing FCLK under decoupled mode
And only then consider thinking about pushing memory
Likely memory would be the first part that gives up, before the CPU

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Quote: Originally Posted by Veii View Post
Quote: Originally Posted by KevyMatts View Post
Thanks for the reply, somebody suggested maybe trying clocking to 3800 or would you reckon to stick to 3600?
Step by step - you have Hynix CFR kits
Don't make jumps when you don't know 2 things
- Voltage the kits like and dislike
- potent of your cpu even hitting 1900FCLK

Get your setup stable and test it stable, know the flaws of your kits
Know what your cpu likes later pushing FCLK under decoupled mode
And only then consider thinking about pushing memory
Likely memory would be the first part that gives up, before the CPU
Your right, think ill stick with 3600. Have tested stability with the settings up above with no issues over 18 hours all I do is game so 3600 should be enough.

Also on tRFC I can only change one value as rest also change.

Would you be happy with these timings etc
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Would also help if you listed your exact memory.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Avacado View Post
Would also help if you listed your exact memory.
Thought the tiaphoon info would covered that in first post.

It's 2x TEAM GROUP VULCAN T-FORCE 16GB (2X8GB) DDR4 PC4-25600C16 3200MHZ DUAL CHANNEL

Have 4x8Gb which is 32GB in total.
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Quote: Originally Posted by KevyMatts View Post
Thought the tiaphoon info would covered that in first post.

It's 2x TEAM GROUP VULCAN T-FORCE 16GB (2X8GB) DDR4 PC4-25600C16 3200MHZ DUAL CHANNEL

Have 4x8Gb which is 32GB in total.
Sorry, I didn't see any listed specs in your first post. Tracing your memory back to the manufacturer site doesn't really help. There are maximum voltages listed for the 2666/3000, but no the 3200. https://www.teamgroupinc.com/en/product/vulcan-z-ddr4

I would assume that it would be safe to use 1.5v. I use 1.5v on my G.Skills at XMP II settings and I have never had an issue, so yes, I would be happy with your results.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Veii View Post
Red means it can be in the high range but not overvolting range, 1.46-1.48 would be your recommended max for 18nm
1.46 you can push
fix your CLDO_VDDP to be 900mV
vSOC 1.05
try tRFC 448-333-205, if it posts put tRTP 7, tWR 14
I've set my SoC to 1.05 and also fixed my Vddp to 0.900. Will I keep my DRAM v at 1.4 and slowly Increase if I need to?

Also didn't post with tRFC at 448

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