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10-15-2019 02:39 PM
fatboyslimerr 1.0.0.4 coming in November still?
10-15-2019 09:02 AM
BK-Morpheus Not really interesting, because that's common knowledge on Zen2 in my opinion (same as the low RAM write speeds on some Zen2 CPUs)..

Asynchronous FCLK / RAM clock needs to be synced, which introduces latency. That's why the general recommendation is 3600Mhz RAM clock at 1800MHz infinity fabric clock. If your CPU can handle 1900MHz, you can of course squeeze more performance out of your RAM at DDR3800 while still keeping a low latency.
10-15-2019 08:16 AM
Mr 007 And now, the interesting thing is, when I'm driving at 4266 mhz. Then, it goes all the way through the aida 64 tests of memory very quickly. But the latenc is the high level of 72.8.

So, it's a lot faster. But the latenc is the greater.
Hmm, very interesting
10-15-2019 08:08 AM
Mr 007
Quote: Originally Posted by makatech View Post
Nice, yes, you have really good RAM (G.Skill 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 4266MHz CL19 Trident Z Royal?) togther with a good cpu (3800X) and your motherboard (ROG STRIX X570- F GAMING). You paid a good price for it though... and you should get some higher performance out of it which you do.

I have about 68 in latency right now for my 3600MT/s setup on Asus X370 Prime Pro. It's possible getting lower latency on this board too with better RAM but my Samsung B-die sticks (made 2016) I think is not one of the best ones for low latency (Corsair Vengeance LPX Red 16GB (2x8GB) / 3733MHz / DDR4 / CL17 / CMK16GX4M2B3733C17R)
Yes, the cpu and the memory sticks will cost a bit more, yes. Motherboards are a much better price .
Now it's fun again to be trim to the computer.
Thanks for the reply, Makatech
10-14-2019 11:06 PM
Futsal Hopefully this helps some of you out if you have RAM problems. The "AUTO" SOC voltage floats around 1.1v but it can randomly droop to 1.085-1.09v when the board is loaded. Try manually setting a few ticks above 1.1v and observe what happens in HWiNFO.
10-14-2019 02:12 PM
makatech
Quote: Originally Posted by Mr 007 View Post
No one has said anything about the latenc. And I will show you what is possible with the 3800, and the x570 F gaming. And the memm 4266.
And again a big smile
Ps. Now hi hi latenc are. You guessing
Nice, yes, you have really good RAM (G.Skill 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 4266MHz CL19 Trident Z Royal?) togther with a good cpu (3800X) and your motherboard (ROG STRIX X570- F GAMING). You paid a good price for it though... and you should get some higher performance out of it which you do.

I have about 68 in latency right now for my 3600MT/s setup on Asus X370 Prime Pro. It's possible getting lower latency on this board too with better RAM but my Samsung B-die sticks (made 2016) I think is not one of the best ones for low latency (Corsair Vengeance LPX Red 16GB (2x8GB) / 3733MHz / DDR4 / CL17 / CMK16GX4M2B3733C17R)
10-14-2019 12:55 PM
Mr 007 No one has said anything about the latenc. And I will show you what is possible with the 3800, and the x570 F gaming. And the memm 4266.
And again a big smile
Ps. Now hi hi latenc are. You guessing
10-12-2019 07:46 AM
Mr 007 Hi makatech. I have ROG STRIX X570- F GAMING. Memm G-SKILL Trident Z Royal 4266 mhz.



Ps latenc are now 62.1 Smile
10-12-2019 07:34 AM
makatech
Quote: Originally Posted by Mr 007 View Post
Hi there, has changed the board to x570. Tested my memory and everything is on auto-4266 mhz. To start right away. And now, I test the 3800 mhz frequency band . And the latency is lower as well.
And I'm saying good-bye to all the good owners of the X-370 .

Increase the cpu a bit . Reduced latency is a good. Now the are fun to tveak again. And the board are very very good
Good to see a X570 board is performing better (would be sad otherwise) and you are very right about RAM speeds. Difficult running RAM faster than 3600MT/s stable (3800MT/s if lucky) on a X370 board.

3800X is a great CPU as well, which X570 board did you buy and what RAM sticks do you have?

I'm really happy with my Asus X370-Prime pro board though since upgrading my CPU to 3700X. Great value, nice being able to keep the board and increasing RAM speed from 3200 to 3600.
10-11-2019 10:51 AM
Mr 007 Hi there, has changed the board to x570. Tested my memory and everything is on auto-4266 mhz. To start right away. And now, I test the 3800 mhz frequency band . And the latency is lower as well.
And I'm saying good-bye to all the good owners of the X-370 .

Increase the cpu a bit . Reduced latency is a good. Now the are fun to tveak again. And the board are very very good
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