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08-17-2019 04:15 AM
majestynl
Quote: Originally Posted by CaptnJones View Post
Where can i get the xmp profile timings?
like i mentioned before. Load the xmp profile you want > Boot in to Windows and Open Ryzen Master.
Sub-timings and all other Dram related settings will be shown.

Screenshot below with yellow marked rectangle:
08-15-2019 11:30 AM
CaptnJones
I've already used these timings in the bios and it doesn't work - get some completely different timings with cas 22.
In bios there's an advanced timing settings but i don't know what values to add in.
08-15-2019 11:08 AM
muzz In CPUZ, the SPD tab should show you the ram XMP profile on the right.
Sometimes you have to add more voltage than it says to get it stable at the timings listed.
08-15-2019 11:01 AM
CaptnJones Where can i get the xmp profile timings?
08-15-2019 10:15 AM
majestynl
Quote: Originally Posted by CaptnJones View Post
I just checked it in the RM and it shows a completely different number(-30mV).

So is Bios Dram reading bugged or is RM bugged?


edit:


tried these settings and got horrible crackling noise in game





edit2: tried to manually input




And got completely different timings on RM
- Bios readings are off on most boards. RM and HwInfo will give you the right values!
- You probably didnt manually entered your subtimings!
08-15-2019 09:43 AM
CaptnJones I just checked it in the RM and it shows a completely different number(-30mV).

So is Bios Dram reading bugged or is RM bugged?


edit:


tried these settings and got horrible crackling noise in game





edit2: tried to manually input




And got completely different timings on RM
08-15-2019 09:17 AM
majestynl
Quote: Originally Posted by CaptnJones View Post
You can see on the screenshots there's still a bug in the bios which adds 30mV to the manually added value. 1.350 > 1.380
I've tried testing the latency with LatencyMon and im getting error reports.
- Did you double check the voltage reading with RM or HWinfo??? Still different?
- You can select the XMP profile then open RM , screenshot it.. compare all DRAM OC settings with your manual setup!
08-15-2019 07:30 AM
CaptnJones You can see on the screenshots there's still a bug in the bios which adds 30mV to the manually added value. 1.350 > 1.380
I've tried testing the latency with LatencyMon and im getting error reports.
08-15-2019 06:11 AM
majestynl
Quote: Originally Posted by CaptnJones View Post
Actually if i don't write the dram voltage manually it won't even boot.
probably the voltage is not set or set to low from xmp!
But again i would try manually setting everything. and dont forget the dram boot voltage (same as dram voltage)
08-15-2019 06:09 AM
CaptnJones Actually if i don't write the dram voltage manually it won't even boot.
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