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12-09-2019 03:26 PM
harrysun
Quote: Originally Posted by Cellar Dweller View Post
I've had the overtemp error upon setting anything but default on my CH6 with 1800x and 64 Gig RAM (4x16). RAM has never run any faster than 2133 except on BIOS 1201. That BIOS I could set the DOCP to 4 and get 3199 with stability. Every BIOS there after no matter what I try to get RAM alone to 3200 I would get overtemp and BSOD in Windows 10 within 5-10 minutes every single time. I've tried every single BIOS and I always try the available DOCP Standard, but same issue. So I always have to return BIOS back to Optimized Defaults which is the ONLY thing stable with my system.
As mentioned by first post here 2666 MT/s should be possible with 4 dimms dual-rank (4 x 16GB) regadless of the official support of 1866 MT/s for 4 dual-rank 16GB modules here.
12-09-2019 03:22 AM
BUFUMAN
Quote: Originally Posted by LicSqualo View Post
Push the ram to the clock declared is oc?

Your ram is capable with XMP (that is Intel eXtreme Memory Profile, nothing to do with Amd) to reach the speed of 3200 MHz.



Now, if you read the articles I mentioned you could learn to set the parameters correctly for your ram banks and not only to reach the stated speed but also to avoid the many problems you have with your system.

For years now the memory controller has been inside the processor and also Ryzen has clocks linked together (infinity fabric, memory, system bus).



Knowing is better than ignoring and learning helps a lot to avoid errors.
yes he is right.


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12-08-2019 11:44 PM
LicSqualo
Quote: Originally Posted by Cellar Dweller View Post
Unfortunately I really haven't tried anything because I really don't OC. My RAM is capable of 3200 it's G Skill F4-3200C15-16GTZ x 4. The CPU runs at 3692 on all cores all the time. Even for the times though that I have gotten the RAM to run faster than the default and before any BSOD's the benchmarks are always worse than just the defaults so I figured what's the use.
Push the ram to the clock declared is oc?
Your ram is capable with XMP (that is Intel eXtreme Memory Profile, nothing to do with Amd) to reach the speed of 3200 MHz.

Now, if you read the articles I mentioned you could learn to set the parameters correctly for your ram banks and not only to reach the stated speed but also to avoid the many problems you have with your system.
For years now the memory controller has been inside the processor and also Ryzen has clocks linked together (infinity fabric, memory, system bus).

Knowing is better than ignoring and learning helps a lot to avoid errors.
12-08-2019 07:20 PM
mito1172 4x 8 32GB RAM 3200MHz C14 without problems.

G.SKILL Flare X DDR4-3200Mhz C14 32GB (4x8GB)
12-08-2019 06:12 PM
Cellar Dweller
Quote: Originally Posted by LicSqualo View Post
Have you tried 1usmus dram calculator?

https://www.overclock.net/forum/13-a...ram-bench.html

Unfortunately I really haven't tried anything because I really don't OC. My RAM is capable of 3200 it's G Skill F4-3200C15-16GTZ x 4. The CPU runs at 3692 on all cores all the time. Even for the times though that I have gotten the RAM to run faster than the default and before any BSOD's the benchmarks are always worse than just the defaults so I figured what's the use.
12-08-2019 05:01 PM
amin12345
Quote: Originally Posted by diaaablo View Post
Wanna save results of 1.0.0.3, BIOS: 7601 for comparison with future 1.0.0.4:


have no freeze or any of inconvinence while use AMD CPU

Are you using samsung B-die? and 3900x? if so can you share your Bios file thanks.
12-08-2019 03:59 PM
Takla
Quote: Originally Posted by Cellar Dweller View Post
I've had the overtemp error upon setting anything but default on my CH6 with 1800x and 64 Gig RAM (4x16). RAM has never run any faster than 2133 except on BIOS 1201. That BIOS I could set the DOCP to 4 and get 3199 with stability. Every BIOS there after no matter what I try to get RAM alone to 3200 I would get overtemp and BSOD in Windows 10 within 5-10 minutes every single time. I've tried every single BIOS and I always try the available DOCP Standard, but same issue. So I always have to return BIOS back to Optimized Defaults which is the ONLY thing stable with my system.

Set timings always manually. Try that.
12-08-2019 10:43 AM
LicSqualo
Quote: Originally Posted by Cellar Dweller View Post
I've had the overtemp error upon setting anything but default on my CH6 with 1800x and 64 Gig RAM (4x16). RAM has never run any faster than 2133 except on BIOS 1201. That BIOS I could set the DOCP to 4 and get 3199 with stability. Every BIOS there after no matter what I try to get RAM alone to 3200 I would get overtemp and BSOD in Windows 10 within 5-10 minutes every single time. I've tried every single BIOS and I always try the available DOCP Standard, but same issue. So I always have to return BIOS back to Optimized Defaults which is the ONLY thing stable with my system.
Have you tried 1usmus dram calculator?

https://www.overclock.net/forum/13-a...ram-bench.html
12-08-2019 10:40 AM
datspike
Quote: Originally Posted by Cellar Dweller View Post
I've had the overtemp error upon setting anything but default on my CH6 with 1800x and 64 Gig RAM (4x16). RAM has never run any faster than 2133 except on BIOS 1201. That BIOS I could set the DOCP to 4 and get 3199 with stability. Every BIOS there after no matter what I try to get RAM alone to 3200 I would get overtemp and BSOD in Windows 10 within 5-10 minutes every single time. I've tried every single BIOS and I always try the available DOCP Standard, but same issue. So I always have to return BIOS back to Optimized Defaults which is the ONLY thing stable with my system.
Damn it sucks. There's something seriously wrong with your setup man.
12-08-2019 09:21 AM
Cellar Dweller
Quote: Originally Posted by datspike View Post
R5 3600 at 4.35Ghz @ 1.337v LLC1
Finally not getting cpu overtemp error while manual OCing on 0001 lol
I've had the overtemp error upon setting anything but default on my CH6 with 1800x and 64 Gig RAM (4x16). RAM has never run any faster than 2133 except on BIOS 1201. That BIOS I could set the DOCP to 4 and get 3199 with stability. Every BIOS there after no matter what I try to get RAM alone to 3200 I would get overtemp and BSOD in Windows 10 within 5-10 minutes every single time. I've tried every single BIOS and I always try the available DOCP Standard, but same issue. So I always have to return BIOS back to Optimized Defaults which is the ONLY thing stable with my system.
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