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10-22-2019 12:41 PM
Quote: Originally Posted by mat9v View Post
Compare memory timings on stock and TPU1/2 - this is most likely the reason.
No, i have bsod after clear cmos runing all on default settings (RAM on 2400 MT/s).
10-21-2019 10:30 AM
Futsal Quick update for the nobody that cares, had to raise DRAM voltage from 1.45v to 1.47v to get rid of single errors that happen after about 1d of uptime.

I'm leaving power down mode enabled since I found no noticeable difference in latency. Also tested if SVM impacted memory performance, didn't see a difference so I keep that on too. Haven't tried turning GDM off yet but judging by reports it's probably good to keep for stability.

I have a 120mm fan blowing air at my motherboard since I'm not using air cooling on my CPU, not sure if this is why my memory works so well.
10-21-2019 03:42 AM
Quote: Originally Posted by Comby View Post
***? I have lot of BSODs with R5 3600 on stock (auto), but on TPUI or TPUII is rock stable...
Compare memory timings on stock and TPU1/2 - this is most likely the reason.
10-19-2019 08:52 AM
Comby ***? I have lot of BSODs with R5 3600 on stock (auto), but on TPUI or TPUII is rock stable...
10-18-2019 10:55 AM
Mr 007 You'll have to wait and see what amd decides on the future of.

Have good day ,
10-17-2019 01:25 AM
ceaton88 Sorry if this has been covered but do we have any indication if this board will support Ryzen 4XXX processors or likely to?
10-15-2019 02:39 PM
fatboyslimerr 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
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