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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
 

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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.
 

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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.

 

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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.
 

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

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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*.
 

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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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Figured I'd share what I have gotten so far. 1.94A beta bios has been the best so far when it came to my memory. I haven't messed with cpu overclocking in a few weeks settled for 3.8ghz.
 

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I thought taichi was able stable with 3200mhz c14?

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Depends on your memory kit, and also partly how good the IMC is on your actual Ryzen chip. For memory the kits most likely to get 3200Mhz CL14 are 8GBx2 kits that are single rank and using samsung B die.
 

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I thought taichi was able stable with 3200mhz c14?

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Well I have been running a 16 gb kit G.skill 3200 cl14 since i got it at quoted speeds without any problems. But i did read up on others who had the motherboard and what worked for them.
Only thing is mine is the rgb ones, but they work flawlessly.
 

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This thread started just in time, my Taichi is on the way and I allready have the R7 1700 and a kit of 3733 2x8 GB Trident Z just waiting to be overclocked!
 

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This thread started just in time, my Taichi is on the way and I allready have the R7 1700 and a kit of 3733 2x8 GB Trident Z just waiting to be overclocked!
Let us know how that works out. Especially the RAM kit and achieved frequency.

How did you get your hands on that board?
 

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Let us know how that works out. Especially the RAM kit and achieved frequency.

How did you get your hands on that board?
I'm planing to do extensive overclocks on the memory and CPU once I get the hang of it.
As for the board... It's simple I just checked every online store in my country 3 times a day until it was in stock
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