Here's a picture of the label: Label
I can see that the 042 code is the same as the B-die module: 2x8GB TridentZ RGB F4-4266C19D-16GTZR
I also tried the DRAM calculator tool with B-die settings, and i it worked really well! I'm currently on 3800C16 on the RAM and 1900 flck with stock SOC voltage. I used the fast preset on DRAM calculator but instead of 1,41 volts it's running on 1,39 volts now. I need to run a memtest86 before I know if it's stable, but I don't know if I can go even lower in voltage, I just stopped there. But if it's stable at this voltage, the modules might even be able to go down to 3800c14? I just don't know where to start, which timings to compensate with and how much.
Hey 1u, would be nice if you could add Trident Z Neo to the calculator (F4-3600C16D-32GTZNC). They use Hynix C-Die. I've been using the Hynix CJR profile, but pretty sure they can be pushed a lot harder then that. Right now at 3800/1900fclk.
tRTP 10 is recommended for almost every profile\frequency. But for me, even at [email protected], minimum stable setting is 12. tRTP at 10 forces me to clear CMOS, not even memory training is possible.
Moreover, V1 Fast Profile for 3533MHz is the only stable Fast profile for me (coincidentally, the only one with tRTP 12). And with that profile I can even set Geardown Mode to disabled and force CR1.
Anyone with a similar experience to mine?
You have one of the best AFR results. It is possible that you need to raise tRTP to 12 or even 14, if circumstances so require. This will not affect performance in any way.
Originally Posted by gerardfraser
Thanks for sharing.
Windows 10 1903 Build 19013.1
1usmus Custom Power Plan with best performance enabled
Thanks, I'd appreciate seeing your settings for sure I'm attaching a copy of what I'm running right now, although I'm running slightly less SOC, and VDDP is at .950 not .9 recommended by the calculator as that was working at stock DOCP settings after the latest AGESA update for my board did something to the Auto voltages for one of those and was causing it to hang on reboots with a POST code pointing to fabric errors.
edit: Before I get shamed for posting a pic of my screen, I was being lazy and just taking a quick pic before going into BIOS to actually set the settings vs screenshot/email to self/etc.
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Hi, I'm sorry for the delayed response. Here are my memory settings: