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02-10-2020 09:30 AM
gerardfraser
Quote: Originally Posted by Nighthog View Post
@gerardfraser

The List by Raison John Bassig was already included for quite some time. I added the Reddit sourced one instead. Though it's not been updated for some time.
Yeah I did not read any of the thread,sorry about that but 1 out of 2 was a good guess.
02-10-2020 03:16 AM
Nighthog @gerardfraser

The List by Raison John Bassig was already included for quite some time. I added the Reddit sourced one instead. Though it's not been updated for some time.
02-09-2020 08:00 PM
gerardfraser
Quote: Originally Posted by Nighthog View Post
I've updated the first page with more VRM details for various boards.

Only really need the new B550 to arrive and add the older B350, A320 boards when if I feel like it.

There were some leaks on Gigabyte B550 but no info on what they will carry.
Maybe you may want to include these spreadsheets.

Spreadsheet for VRM on the (AM4-socket for AMD Ryzen CPUs) By Cr1318 (Reddit)
Cautilus#5912 (Discord)

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets...#gid=639584818

Motherboards (AM4-socket for AMD Ryzen CPUs) Comparison by by Raison John Bassig

X570/X470/X370/B450/B350/A320
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets...gid=2112472504
02-09-2020 08:17 AM
Nighthog I've updated the first page with more VRM details for various boards.

Only really need the new B550 to arrive and add the older B350, A320 boards when if I feel like it.

There were some leaks on Gigabyte B550 but no info on what they will carry.
12-31-2019 06:47 AM
asdkj1740 gigabyte aorus has entered the chat!

finally a b450 from gigabyte that is capable to complete with asus b450m tuf pro gaming and msi b450m mortar max!
https://www.expreview.com/72423.html

the 5v agrb header kills mortar and tuf lol.


vrm test
https://quasarzone.co.kr/bbs/board.p...z&wr_id=355482
12-26-2019 01:56 PM
reqq
Quote: Originally Posted by os2wiz View Post
Stop pushing a false narrative. I have NEVER degraded memory through excessive dram overvolting. I asked the fellow a specific question for a specific reason. Stop deflecting my dialogue, show some respect.
Err was a serious question.. english not my natve language sorry dude.
12-26-2019 01:37 PM
os2wiz
Quote: Originally Posted by reqq View Post
Have you degraded 4 sticks of memory already?? *** .. i run gear down mode off..
Stop pushing a false narrative. I have NEVER degraded memory through excessive dram overvolting. I asked the fellow a specific question for a specific reason. Stop deflecting my dialogue, show some respect.
12-26-2019 01:26 PM
reqq
Quote: Originally Posted by os2wiz View Post
Yes by sacrificing memory stability. I really wonder if their dimms pass exhaustive stability testing and do not risk potential degradation of memory with excessive dram voltage. There is a reason gear down enabled is the recommended memory option. I used to dislike it also. But I found without it my memory was really not stable when using aggressive memory timings. And I have already gone through 4 sets of high end memory since I got my 3900X cpu. I like to experiment and push the outer limits on performance.
Have you degraded 4 sticks of memory already?? *** .. i run gear down mode off..
12-25-2019 08:46 PM
os2wiz
Quote: Originally Posted by Nighthog View Post
Memory discussion could be had elsewhere but I can add that odd CL numbers like 15 do work but they require Geardown: disabled settings that are more taxing on the stability of the system as a whole. Not all memory or motherboards are that easy to work on than others, especially running higher clocks. Bios implementation is a factor.

Just depends on your components chosen and your capabilities to try any and all combinations to try to get it to work after all. It's not impossible as some are so insistent on.

I could do CL15 with my memory on this motherboard of mine for example @ 3800/1900 MEM/IF if I run Geardown:disabled but it's hard to get stable and had some issues I didn't bother to try work out in the end and settled for other settings. Micron E-die can run low CL especially but the other timings can't match. You need voltage.

I wasn't happy @ 3800Mhz MEM and wanted more so I went for the harder target to get more speed. Geardown:disabled doesn't work @ 4000+ speeds anyway for my components.
Why in the world would you use 4000 plus mhz memory speeds on Ryzen. After 3800mhz at 1900 fabric speed it is all reduced performance with the higher speed since you can't get fabric speed to exceed 1900mhz???? You know not what you speak.
12-22-2019 06:25 AM
os2wiz
Quote: Originally Posted by rastaviper View Post
Lol.
I like when people are so sure about the wrong reasons.

Time to start reading more buddy, as there are so many users around with the timings I am mentioning.

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Yes by sacrificing memory stability. I really wonder if their dimms pass exhaustive stability testing and do not risk potential degradation of memory with excessive dram voltage. There is a reason gear down enabled is the recommended memory option. I used to dislike it also. But I found without it my memory was really not stable when using aggressive memory timings. And I have already gone through 4 sets of high end memory since I got my 3900X cpu. I like to experiment and push the outer limits on performance.
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