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post #8181 of 10267 (permalink) Old 02-07-2019, 07:15 AM
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Isn't just clicking on "Memory" label in Aida even faster? Also works for other tests as well.
Yes! very neat, individually test L1 cache, etc..

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The meaning of diamond memory stability.
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Hi,

I have my 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 memory kit F4-3600C16D-16GTZR overclocked to 4266MHZ CL18 stable on HCI Memtest 1000% (around 7 hours). The settings I changed on BIOS were the following:
tCL 18
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DRAM: 1.46v (1.456v steady on Windows)
CPU IO: 1.30v
CPU SA: 1.35v

Everything else was on auto. Is this okay? should I change some values? I'm going to try to lower IO, SA and DRAM voltage as much as possible this weekend.
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Hi,

I have my 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 memory kit F4-3600C16D-16GTZR overclocked to 4266MHZ CL18 stable on HCI Memtest 1000% (around 7 hours). The settings I changed on BIOS were the following:
tCL 18
tRCD 18
tRP 18
tRAS 38
CR 2
tRFC 520

DRAM: 1.46v (1.456v steady on Windows)
CPU IO: 1.30v
CPU SA: 1.35v

Everything else was on auto. Is this okay? should I change some values? I'm going to try to lower IO, SA and DRAM voltage as much as possible this weekend.
Looks pretty good. VCCIO and VCCSA do look a bit high and lowering them can reduce temps on your CPU overclock, but what is needed can vary from one board to the next. What would be useful to see is your AIDA64 memory benchmark numbers. Then, we can see how your performance numbers look vs. others. Once you have stability at a frequency, you either decide whether you're going to try for a higher frequency or tighten secondary and tertiary timings to maximize performance at this frequency.

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It seems that you have a decent 3600 and higher. Pick one and tune it further - test stabilty and post back. There's no sense in fooling around with pseudo-stable settings. REad thru the thread, you will learn a lot - enough to proceed on your own.
hi man

i fault i make you crazy or said something bad to not see any answer. i am glad to hear you again

then after i fault you disapear for my problem i tried many things but like you know not realy with good knowleges then realy many days of test for almost nothing i think...

i am sorry to answer so late but i dont know why i dont get any email notification... even on my topic.

do you see all the stability test i make after each timing ? those you request from me on your post here and answerd under with many screenshot test : https://www.overclock.net/forum/5-in...hread-813.html


it was an answer to you message here :

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okay in bios - to start let's change

tWR to 18
tRFC to 425 (you can try 374)
tRTP to 8
tFAW to 36 (we'll lower this once we see it RDD_s can be lower... later)

try these in sequence, save a asrock TC snip if each will boot and post back (i need to see th eeffect on rtl/iol). Feel free to test stability "at your perference"
run an AID64memory test to see if there is benefit. Honestly, for 24/7 4133c16 is pretty damn good!

i gess now i am waiting like the RDD_s. do you saw on my test that : "(i need to see th eeffect on rtl/iol)"

last thing i just update my topic here https://www.overclock.net/forum/6-in...l#post27843498 where i said i put an xmp rpofile to test with your great value and give me i thing a good gain in writing speed... i post there screeshot of bench and speed and screenshots of my memory type i had with Thaiphoon Burner 15.0.0.1 free version it show if i am not wrong like i have A1 chips..

About your question of stability i amke this last setting with GAST stability test get No error. this line: stressapptest -W -M 28672 -s 7200 --pause_delay 7200

it will be realy great if you have time to help me to end this oc
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Hi
To start, put the values tWRWR_dg 4, which is shown in the picture - it will raise you write/copy and continue to test)
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My post probably got overlooked.. anyone has an idea? :-)
not overloked at all... you point pout that the cache is not overclocked in the one test... basically a RAM OC is also an OC on the CPU IMC and cache (on many platforms cache needs to have a min freq = 1/2 ram speed, or = to freq... eg 4000 ram needs a min ache of 2000). So... you may need to increase the vcore/cache voltage. GSAT is very good at isolating the ram subsystem, but can miss cache related instability.
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Hi,

I have my 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 memory kit F4-3600C16D-16GTZR overclocked to 4266MHZ CL18 stable on HCI Memtest 1000% (around 7 hours). The settings I changed on BIOS were the following:
tCL 18
tRCD 18
tRP 18
tRAS 38
CR 2
tRFC 520

DRAM: 1.46v (1.456v steady on Windows)
CPU IO: 1.30v
CPU SA: 1.35v

Everything else was on auto. Is this okay? should I change some values? I'm going to try to lower IO, SA and DRAM voltage as much as possible this weekend.
it's stable... so yeah, it's better than okay! I would try lowering the SA and IO voltages tho. Always look for the min voltage needed for any OC.
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hi man

i fault i make you crazy or said something bad to not see any answer. i am glad to hear you again
then after i fault you disapear for my problem i tried many things but like you know not realy with good knowleges then realy many days of test for almost nothing i think...
i am sorry to answer so late but i dont know why i dont get any email notification... even on my topic.
do you see all the stability test i make after each timing ? those you request from me on your post here and answerd under with many screenshot test : https://www.overclock.net/forum/5-in...hread-813.html
it was an answer to you message here :
i gess now i am waiting like the RDD_s. do you saw on my test that : "(i need to see th eeffect on rtl/iol)"
last thing i just update my topic here https://www.overclock.net/forum/6-in...l#post27843498 where i said i put an xmp rpofile to test with your great value and give me i thing a good gain in writing speed... i post there screeshot of bench and speed and screenshots of my memory type i had with Thaiphoon Burner 15.0.0.1 free version it show if i am not wrong like i have A1 chips..
About your question of stability i amke this last setting with GAST stability test get No error. this line: stressapptest -W -M 28672 -s 7200 --pause_delay 7200
it will be realy great if you have time to help me to end this oc
?? NOt sure what the specific question is. The settings are stable in GSAT... is that not the "end".
USe the rig and if there are any ram issues, post back.

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To start, put the values tWRWR_dg 4, which is shown in the picture - it will raise you write/copy and continue to test)
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Excuse me! Saw your other link with the correction of this value.
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Ok thanks, but A2 is the bottom one ?
and A0 or A1 for the top one

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A1 and A2 are very similar and both of them are arranged at the bottom.
The only difference between A1 and A2 is the chips of A2 is tighter.

As far as I know, only GALAXY calls A0 as A1.
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