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hankmooody 04-06-2017 02:53 PM

Here it is, the Asrock X370 Taichi Overclocking Thread. Post here your results and share information regarding this awesome mainboard.

I just flashed the latest Bios V2.0 and still cannot go over 3200Mhz on my G-Skill Trident 3200 C14. Tried to overclock it with FSB at 103Mhz but PC keeps rebooting

Did anybody manage to achieve 3200+?

my current set up:

http://valid.x86.fr/f3rplr

Cine R5: 1774

Coolasmoo 04-06-2017 04:15 PM



Running fine with teamgroup ram at 3200

Samsung B-die

seiferoth10 04-06-2017 09:16 PM

The BIOS update made my system just a tiny bit more resilient to BCLK overclocking. My pitiful 3000mhz SK Hynix ram 2x8gb can now get to 13.33x106(x2)=2826mhz. On 1.94a it wouldn't even boot at 2666 + 101 fsb. Still absolutely won't boot at 2933 no matter the timings or voltage, oh well.

Edit: After playing around for a bit, I'm sticking with my 1.94a settings (3.9ghz @ 1.331v, 2667mhz 14/14/14/32), just gonna have to wait for the memory update.

MrMajestyk 04-06-2017 11:02 PM

Quote:
my current set up:

http://valid.x86.fr/f3rplr

Cine R5: 1774
nice timings, 1.35V right. Looks like 16GB modules are trickier...

just registered to join this party here after reading anonymously :
MB:Asrock Taichi
Bios: 2.0
CPU:Ryzen 1700
Ram: G.SKILL TridentZ 32GB (2 x 16GB) F4-3200C14D-32GTZ 14-14-14-34 1.35V
Cooler: Wraith Spire (Corsair 110i on they way)

CPU overclocking:
CPU went easy to 3.8GHZ fixed with a fixed voltage of 1.2, most stable when CPU load-line calibration is on 2, same level 2 for VDDCR_SOC load-line calibration. Tried level 3 but couldn't last in aida64 stress test. Temps are stable under aida64 stress test 60-63c.
Haven't tried anything else, I think this is already great with the wraith spire. With the H110i I may try OC via p-states. Current OC is via OC Tweaker.

Ram:
The best I could achieve so far is 3200mhz with 18-16-16-16-36 1.38V, with 1.37V Aida64 stress test would last only 5 mins. The second best setting is 2667 MHz with 14-14-14-34 1.35V. I found 2933 the most difficult one to find good timings and stable settings which in my case were 18-16-16-16-34 but haven't played with voltages here since 3200 has the same timings.

"C6" disabled also "c-state" are disabled


Different benchmarks show mixed results where some prefer higher MHz others the tighter timings.


Malinkadink 04-06-2017 11:32 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by MrMajestyk View Post

just registered to join this party here after reading anonymously :
MB:Asrock Taichi
Bios: 2.0
CPU:Ryzen 1700
Ram: G.SKILL TridentZ 32GB (2 x 16GB) F4-3200C14D-32GTZ 14-14-14-34 1.35V
Cooler: Wraith Spire (Corsair 110i on they way)

CPU overclocking:
CPU went easy to 3.8GHZ fixed with a fixed voltage of 1.2, most stable when CPU load-line calibration is on 2, same level 2 for VDDCR_SOC load-line calibration. Tried level 3 but couldn't last in aida64 stress test. Temps are stable under aida64 stress test 60-63c.
Haven't tried anything else, I think this is already great with the wraith spire. With the H110i I may try OC via p-states. Current OC is via OC Tweaker.

Ram:
The best I could achieve so far is 3200mhz with 18-16-16-16-36 1.38V, with 1.37V Aida64 stress test would last only 5 mins. The second best setting is 2667 MHz with 14-14-14-34 1.35V. I found 2933 the most difficult one to find good timings and stable settings which in my case were 18-16-16-16-34 but haven't played with voltages here since 3200 has the same timings.

"C6" disabled also "c-state" are disabled


Different benchmarks show mixed results where some prefer higher MHz others the tighter timings.


Better than what i was able to achieve on a 1700 + Taichi for the RAM. I have 3200Mhz Ripjaws V 32GB also CL14 and i was only able to get 2933Mhz to work at 18-17-17-17-38. 3200 wouldn't work at all even with super loose timings. I think it has to deal with the fact that i couldn't select the command rate in the BIOS. It defaulted to 1T, but the RAM is meant to run 2T. Even in an intel system it wouldn't post if i tried 3200Mhz with 1T. I don't have the 1700 and Taichi anymore, went with a 7700k system instead and the same ram i was able to get running at spec, but its been causing me issues with OCing the actual CPU. I think the IMC on my chip just doesn't like 32GB. I pulled one stick and have had much better luck OCing. I ordered a 16gb b die kit to test some more. I bet i could get 3200 CL14 with it since its single rank. Contemplating getting Ryzen again just to try.

Nocturnal-ru 04-07-2017 04:00 AM

Mans want to overclock my 1700 on Taichi by changing P-states. Are there any quides besides this video? I hope that Taichi users will be active too as C6H:) Maybe lesser

Coolasmoo 04-07-2017 06:13 AM

I only changed P-State 0 and left the rest at Auto

I used the settings for 3900 as per Tech Citys guide

Just changed only the FID and VID

Values for P State Overclocking -
FID (Clock Speed) 90 - 3600mhz, 91 = 3625, 92 = 3650, 93 = 3675, 94 = 3700, 95 = 3725, 96 = 3750, 97 = 3775, 98 = 3800, 99 = 3825,
9a = 3850, 9b = 3875, 9c = 3900, 9d = 3925, 9e = 3950, 9f = 3975
a0 = 4000, a1 = 4025 (my max sweetspot OC), a2 = 4050, a3 = 4075, a4 = 4100, a5 = 4125, a6 = 4150, a7 = 4175, a8 = 4200 = a9 = 4225, aa = 4250, ab = 4275, ac = 4300, ad = ugh you win the lottery.

Values for DID (Increment adjustment adjuster and or bclk adjustments, not too sure what it does TBH, as I found an overclock that I was already comfortable with and have not spent much time with this yet, though looking at it more closely, here are the values) - 8 = 25 mhz increments, 9 =22.2196, a = 20 b = 18.18, c = 16.667, d (final recommendation) = 15.384mhz - 3943mhz cap).

Values for VID Voltage Control = 30 = 1.25v, 2f = 1.256v, 2e, 1.2562v, 2d = 1.268, 2c = 1.275v, 2b = 1.2812v, 2a = 1.287v, 29 = 1.293v, 28 = 1.3v, 27 = 1.3062v, 26 = 1.3125v, 25 = 1.318v, 24 = 1.325v, 23 = 1.3312v, 22 = 1.3375v, 21 = 1.343v, 20 = 1.35v, 1f = 1.356v, 1e = 1.3625v, 1d = 1.368v, 1c = 1.375v, 1b = 1.3812v, 1a = 1.3875v, 19 = 1.3937v, 18 = 1.4v, 17 = 1.406v, 16 = 1.4125v, 15 = 1.418v, 14 = 1.425v, 13 = 1.4321v, 12 = 1.4375v, 11 = 1.443v, 10 = 1.45v, *next set is from f - a, 9 - 9 (1.45 - 1.55v), though be very careful overclocking in this voltage range*.

ronaldo9_r9 04-07-2017 08:03 AM

I am glad we have our own thread for Taichi board.

I have to two dual channel g.skill 2x 8gb 3200 cl14 ram sticks. I was hoping to overclock those. Can you guys please suggest best timmings to achieve that.

Does it matter which slot i put these dual channel rams, currently they are in a1 and b1 slot.

I haven't yet touched overclock yet waiting for more stable bios from asrock.

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oneofmanysuns 04-07-2017 08:05 AM

Does anyone know if these ram chips https://www.amazon.com/dp/B018GK2G9S/?tag=pcpapi-20 will work in the taichi? I have yet to build everything. Thanks!

Coolasmoo 04-07-2017 08:18 AM

This is the TeamGroup ram I am using and they run fine at 3200 as my info above


https://www.overclockers.co.uk/team-group-dark-pro-16gb-2x8gb-ddr4-pc4-25600c16-3200mhz-dual-channel-kit-black-red-tdprd416g32-my-075-tg.html


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