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|08-25-2019 11:33 AM|
|08-25-2019 11:26 AM|
37000% Karhu ramtest passed.
|08-25-2019 11:08 AM|
hello, new member here
is importing from taiphoon still important? here is mine or read from xmp from the calculator good enough?
when playing around with the calculator, should i keep manual profile (it switch to that when i import xmp) or should i switch to v1 or even v2?
also, i read that when corsair use of b-die in 3200 cl16, it mean crap one. should i use v2 over v1 profile to be safer?
i don't want extreme overclocking from my ram, i just want "more"
btw, thanks for the tool!
|08-25-2019 10:43 AM|
good evening for all ! i'm new for this community and for amd ryzen.
I own a tuf x570 rysen 3700x with gskills F4-3600C18D-16GTZRX The system is not stable with xmp , but is stable at 3333c18 22 22 22 or at 3200c16 19 19 19 38
I want use dram calculator for Fix the correct timings but the value if Too low especially the CAS. The RAMs are Hynix C-die,. is not possible that drop value more low of original xmp .
What can I do to find better but stable timings?
Someone who has these RAM could send me an XML made with Thaiphoon Burner for a test?
|08-25-2019 09:32 AM|
|08-25-2019 08:58 AM|
Event of today? keep refreshing for 1.6.1
Thanks for all your work @1usmus
|08-24-2019 02:03 PM|
Nice. That 3800 looks excellent. I have not used the calc. Just setting XMP for 3200 speed and making as few changes. I just read a calc version is due soon.
|08-24-2019 11:29 AM|
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|08-24-2019 10:53 AM|
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