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03-13-2020 10:01 AM
nick name
Quote: Originally Posted by gupsterg View Post
Sweeeet. Thank you, sir.
03-13-2020 09:54 AM
gupsterg
Quote: Originally Posted by nick name View Post
Though I saw another version with a GUI. So if you learn where to get that one gimme a shout.
See this thread.
03-13-2020 08:50 AM
nick name
Quote: Originally Posted by rares495 View Post
Could you tell me where to download the "Zen2 Timing Checker"?
I got it from here:
https://www.computerbase.de/forum/th...#post-23529759

Though I saw another version with a GUI. So if you learn where to get that one gimme a shout.
03-13-2020 08:25 AM
rares495
Quote: Originally Posted by nick name View Post
Hi all. I just got a 3900X so please excuse my ignorance as I didn't keep up with this thread after it was created.

I'm running 3800MHz/1900MHz and the only voltage I set was DRAM and SOC. Leaving the rest on Auto I assumed would produce predictable results as I understood VDDG to be a derived from SOC. However Ryzen Master shows much higher voltage than I expected. Is an explanation available? Is concern warranted? Instruction welcomed.
Could you tell me where to download the "Zen2 Timing Checker"?
03-12-2020 12:23 PM
nick name Hi all. I just got a 3900X so please excuse my ignorance as I didn't keep up with this thread after it was created.

I'm running 3800MHz/1900MHz and the only voltage I set was DRAM and SOC. Leaving the rest on Auto I assumed would produce predictable results as I understood VDDG to be a derived from SOC. However Ryzen Master shows much higher voltage than I expected. Is an explanation available? Is concern warranted? Instruction welcomed.
03-05-2020 12:51 PM
Awsan Hello everyone I am trying to lower the latency as much as possible right now.

These are the timings I am on right now, and its really overwhelming to get every small detail perfectly for the mobo to even boot, So for the experts out there i am now sitting on (66.4) and want to get as close to 60 as possible what do you think I should start tightening first.

Thanks
03-04-2020 11:02 PM
Streetdragon Easier.... hard to say. The higher stuff will be better clockers, but is it worth the extra cost for you?
With more time and mybe a bit more vdimm you can reach the same clocks/timings

And with my 3900x i CANT get 3800/1900 stable with 4x8gig b-die 3600cl16 stable. from time to time it boots up, but crashes or frezze. MAYBE with 1.2v SOC and vddg at 1.15v, but dont wanna go so high for a bit more performence. dont wanna **** it
03-04-2020 07:11 AM
rares495
Quote: Originally Posted by Streetdragon View Post
or just buy 3200 cl14 or 3600 cl16 and tune that up
Right, but it should be much easier to go down, no?
03-04-2020 05:35 AM
gupsterg
Quote: Originally Posted by Streetdragon View Post
Samsung B-Die are harder to get the IF to 1900. More stress on it or something like that
I think it's "snake oil", after having had both and used with same FW/HW, etc.

Currently the R5 3600 & R9 3900X I have, regardless of RAM IC in use, both top out same FCLK/UCLK/MEMCLK. Even if I say set 1900MHz and bump BCLK per 0.2MHz step the C7H allows.
03-04-2020 05:28 AM
Streetdragon Samsung B-Die are harder to get the IF to 1900. More stress on it or something like that
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