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Ryzen loves fast RAM and tight timings Ryzen's interconnecting Infinity Fabric clocks to the same speed as the RAM. The faster the RAM the better the performance across the board. So far from what I have found the current generation of Ryzen (Ryzen +) seems to hit a real "sweet spot" at around 3466Mhz and tight CL14 timings.


Using great advice from another thread on this forum I recently tweaked my memory settings, this is Trident Z RGB 3200Mhz CL14 RAM overclocked and tightened:
Yeah Ryzen definitely loves fast RAM. I have tried 3400mhz but couldn't get the timings any tighter. In the end I get best results with 3600mhz and it makes a HUGE difference compared to like 2133mhz/2400mhz/2667mhz RAM. My RAM is not as good as yours but it's A LOT faster compared to my stock RAM speeds which was like CL18 2667mhz. Here are my scores: 2667mhz CL18 vs OC CL18 3600mhz. It's day and night difference.

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Am on my mobile atm, so pardon me for asking if you clocked your CPU or was at stock speed?

From what I remember 1st gen Ryzen is an either or proposition. My 1800x was a preorder CPU that I put on hold for awhile due to teething issues and price of RAM. Sadly for me RAM prices kept increasing, which put the board on hold. I finally picked up both and a monoblock for the MB when I couldn't wait any longer. RAM prices started in a downward trend just after I dropped $180 on my RAM. Oh well, least it's up and running. I will try clocking the RAM and see where it takes me tomorrow. If the best I can get out of it, is marked speed then I am fine with that.

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Sorry for such a late reply. My 1700X is overclocked to 4GHz 1.4V & 1.2V SOC. Then I just overclocked my RAM frequency as far as I could push it, increased the voltage to 1.38V once I got 3600mhz stable, I just tightened the timings. But I totally feel you on the RAM prices... It's exactly why I bought this dirt cheap 16GB (2X8GB) DDR4 Micron RAM kit from a buddy.. it was 2667mhz CL18... pretty terrible.. but I got it to run @ 3600mhz CL18 and the results speak for themselves. This RAM kit looked as terrible as it sounds.. I had to buy RGB heatsinks which turned into basically a G.Skill Trident Z (looks-wise).. was only $20 for heatsinks so it was well worth it. But did you try getting your RAM to 3200mhz and advertised timings yet?
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Yeah Ryzen definitely loves fast RAM. I have tried 3400mhz but couldn't get the timings any tighter. In the end I get best results with 3600mhz and it makes a HUGE difference compared to like 2133mhz/2400mhz/2667mhz RAM. My RAM is not as good as yours but it's A LOT faster compared to my stock RAM speeds which was like CL18 2667mhz. Here are my scores: 2667mhz CL18 vs OC CL18 3600mhz. It's day and night difference.

Sorry for such a late reply. My 1700X is overclocked to 4GHz 1.4V & 1.2V SOC. Then I just overclocked my RAM frequency as far as I could push it, increased the voltage to 1.38V once I got 3600mhz stable, I just tightened the timings. But I totally feel you on the RAM prices... It's exactly why I bought this dirt cheap 16GB (2X8GB) DDR4 Micron RAM kit from a buddy.. it was 2667mhz CL18... pretty terrible.. but I got it to run @ 3600mhz CL18 and the results speak for themselves. This RAM kit looked as terrible as it sounds.. I had to buy RGB heatsinks which turned into basically a G.Skill Trident Z (looks-wise).. was only $20 for heatsinks so it was well worth it. But did you try getting your RAM to 3200mhz and advertised timings yet?



I actually just upgraded my RAM to Samsung B die. Up till that point I was running Hynix A die. Both kits are Trident Z RGB, with the Hynix A die I was able to overclock it to 3600Mhz CL 16, however I am getting much better performance with the B die 3466Mhz CL14 (slightly tighter than FAST timings via Ryzen RAM calculator). I wouldn't have ever upgraded however I found a buyer for my Hynix A die, and got the B die on sale so out of pocket it cost me about $30, which I just figured was a no brainer.

I really am loving the 2700X, however I already have an offer for my motherboard, and CPU as a combo and may opt to upgrade to the Ryzen 7 3000X processor when it releases in a few months. If the processor that was shown beating the i9 9900K really was an upcoming Ryzen 5 processor as some have speculated, then the new Ryzen 7 processors will be 12 core (have insane performance) and very hard to pass up on.

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Yeah Ryzen definitely loves fast RAM. I have tried 3400mhz but couldn't get the timings any tighter. In the end I get best results with 3600mhz and it makes a HUGE difference compared to like 2133mhz/2400mhz/2667mhz RAM. My RAM is not as good as yours but it's A LOT faster compared to my stock RAM speeds which was like CL18 2667mhz. Here are my scores: 2667mhz CL18 vs OC CL18 3600mhz. It's day and night difference.

Sorry for such a late reply. My 1700X is overclocked to 4GHz 1.4V & 1.2V SOC. Then I just overclocked my RAM frequency as far as I could push it, increased the voltage to 1.38V once I got 3600mhz stable, I just tightened the timings. But I totally feel you on the RAM prices... It's exactly why I bought this dirt cheap 16GB (2X8GB) DDR4 Micron RAM kit from a buddy.. it was 2667mhz CL18... pretty terrible.. but I got it to run @ 3600mhz CL18 and the results speak for themselves. This RAM kit looked as terrible as it sounds.. I had to buy RGB heatsinks which turned into basically a G.Skill Trident Z (looks-wise).. was only $20 for heatsinks so it was well worth it. But did you try getting your RAM to 3200mhz and advertised timings yet?

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