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12-05-2019 09:22 PM
TK421 My CPU SOC is stable at 1867/1.055v.


I am testing memory to be stable at 3733 14-16-16-36 1T GDM 1.44v. Originally 3600C16 b-die.






I am getting lower single core and multi core compared to just running stock memory 3600C16, why is this? Can anyone suggest or let me know where I might possibly go wrong with this overclocking endeavor?
12-05-2019 07:30 PM
dlbsyst
Quote: Originally Posted by neurotix View Post
I will make a youtube video and post it for you here then; given that we have the same board.

Admittedly, yes I can understand why people have trouble setting these options; its because some of them are buried in multiple submenus, or aren't named exactly what they are in DRAM Calculator. But all the settings from the middle of the 'Advanced' tab in Ryzen Calc are in Advanced -> AMD CBS in our bios. I've been OCing since 1999, and OCing memory since 2005. Also used nothing but ASUS ROG boards since 2009 when I did my first custom build. So I'm pretty familiar with how they lay out their bios, and I have experience. Also admittedly, this is the sloppiest bios and launch I've ever seen ROG do.

The rest (primarily the first/timings tab) are in the DRAM Timings submenu, a few are in Tweakers Paradise (still think this is a dumb name for that section- name sounds like a good name for a meth den ) and in the main OC panel.

I'll make a quick video later. I attempted this before but it ended up being far too long.
That would be fantastic neurotix. I'll admit that my attempts to find all of the settings in the calculator failed. I dialed as many as I could find but, your right some are not named the same and I didn't feel comfortable changing them and left on Auto. The ones I did change didn't seem to do the trick though. I had a write error at around 10% running all of my available RAM according to Memtest Pro. This is at 3600MHz fast timings. Oh, don't be afraid to post a long video. Some of us enjoy detailed videos.
12-05-2019 05:28 PM
newls1 so question..... I found every single memory option as per dram calculator to change in the dram sub menu, do i also have to go to the random 56 other places and change the same option again in those other areas, or changing the given option in the dram sub menu count for everything else? My ram OC is perfectly stable so im assuming i just had to change these options in the dram sub menu....?
12-05-2019 05:04 PM
neurotix
Quote: Originally Posted by dlbsyst View Post
Guys, I just removed my BIOS settings file and I ask that you not use those settings. I just ran the latest memtest pro and it seems my current settings are unstable. I set the test up to test all of my available RAM and I was getting write errors at around 15%. I'm going to be doing some testing to find my best speed and timings that doesn't give errors. Then I'll repost my BIOS settings.

I will make a youtube video and post it for you here then; given that we have the same board.

Admittedly, yes I can understand why people have trouble setting these options; its because some of them are buried in multiple submenus, or aren't named exactly what they are in DRAM Calculator. But all the settings from the middle of the 'Advanced' tab in Ryzen Calc are in Advanced -> AMD CBS in our bios. I've been OCing since 1999, and OCing memory since 2005. Also used nothing but ASUS ROG boards since 2009 when I did my first custom build. So I'm pretty familiar with how they lay out their bios, and I have experience. Also admittedly, this is the sloppiest bios and launch I've ever seen ROG do.

The rest (primarily the first/timings tab) are in the DRAM Timings submenu, a few are in Tweakers Paradise (still think this is a dumb name for that section- name sounds like a good name for a meth den ) and in the main OC panel.

I'll make a quick video later. I attempted this before but it ended up being far too long.
12-05-2019 04:00 PM
MoroKiel I updated from 1001 to 1201
Now cores never sleep

12-05-2019 11:30 AM
Gadfly Has anyone re-pasted the X570 chipset on a C8F (Formula)?
12-05-2019 10:30 AM
Sam64
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Is there something that gets triggered in the CPU when PBO/PBO2 gets activated?
Does AMD know if we activated PBO?
I don't think so. As long as you can reset possible wrong settings after a crash, you're fine, i guess.

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Also, how about "performance enhancer"?
I would recommend Auto or Level 2. Since our CH8 has a good VRM you can try higher values. Higher values can lead to higher Vcore on high loads though.
12-05-2019 10:20 AM
zsoltmol
Quote: Originally Posted by dlbsyst View Post
I just read neurotix excellent write up in the memory stability thread and have to admit something. I've been one of the lazy one's and didn't dial in all the settings in the DRAM Calculator.[IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/smilies/frown.gif[/IMG] Maybe that's why my settings aren't entirely 100% stable. I'm going to do that tonight after work.[IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/smilies/smile.gif[/IMG]
Memory related issues can be find easily and quickly with y-cruncher according to my experience.

http://www.numberworld.org/y-cruncher/faq.html
12-05-2019 10:09 AM
newls1 any update on the new posted bios? any performance uplift compared to 1105?
12-05-2019 09:42 AM
dlbsyst I just read neurotix excellent write up in the memory stability thread and have to admit something. I've been one of the lazy one's and didn't dial in all the settings in the DRAM Calculator. Maybe that's why my settings aren't entirely 100% stable. I'm going to do that tonight after work.
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