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hey guys , first the main question " how may i obtain my 2 ddr4 ram in dual channel at 3466 frequency " ?
I ask you to be kind with someone that NEVER (basically) tried to overclock is pc!
This is actually not even a real overclock but
i've 2 DDR4 (at begin i bought the first 16gb but when i decided to buy second bank it was never available )
first 16gb ddr 4 is

Ram DIMM DDR4 16GB Kingston Hyper X Fury 3466-16 Black [HX434C16FB3/16]

the latest one i bought is:

Kingston FURY Beast RGB 16GB 3600MHz DDR4 CL18 KF436C18BBA/16

now they do run in DUAL CHANNEL (which is already good for me )
but i had to downgrade it to at 3333 or i'd have stability issue !
What i'd love to do is keep at least the nominal 3466 frequency of my oldest ram !!!
my MOBO is Asrock x570 steel legend bios v 3.80
my cpu is Amd Ryzen 7 3700x (matisse)
i post here some screenshot of CPU_Z and my bios
the only thing i did so far was to change DRAM voltage to 1,4 ( to keep it stable at 3333)
i read something, i don't know where to change it , about SOC voltage
so any good advice would be very helpful !
thank you !!!

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Try setting manual primaries of 16-18-18-36 and raise DRAM voltage to 1.45V.
 

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Try setting manual primaries of 16-18-18-36 and raise DRAM voltage to 1.45V.
Ichirou thank you for the prompt reply !
so i updated the voltage as you suggested ( stupid question but.. 1,45V is enough safe right ? )
and about the primary timings they were already SET as you mentioned, i didn't have to edit those !
i post pictures below.. now is there a way to do a stress test of the ram to know if is stable?
last time i just opened all kind of programs for like one hour LOL!
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Ichirou thank you for the prompt reply !
so i updated the voltage as you suggested ( stupid question but.. 1,45V is enough safe right ? )
and about the primary timings they were already SET as you mentioned, i didn't have to edit those !
i post pictures below.. now is there a way to do a stress test of the ram to know if is stable?
last time i just opened all kind of programs for like one hour LOL!
1.45V will be fine for those kits.

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Try setting manual primaries of 16-18-18-36 and raise DRAM voltage to 1.45V.
unfortunatelly it was too early..
i did not get BLUE screen by window by all apps started to misbehave !
it started with Chrome not loading any page ( like there was no internet ) than slowly all the other programs!
System didn't HALT and neither blue screen but it was not stable !
ideas?
 

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unfortunatelly it was too early..
i did not get BLUE screen by window by all apps started to misbehave !
it started with Chrome not loading any page ( like there was no internet ) than slowly all the other programs!
System didn't HALT and neither blue screen but it was not stable !
ideas?
Try raising VDIMM by +0.01V increments to see if there any increase in stability.

Run TM5 with 1usmus config to diagnose issues easier.
 

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Try raising VDIMM by +0.01V increments to see if there any increase in stability.

Run TM5 with 1usmus config to diagnose issues easier.
Try raising VDIMM by +0.01V increments to see if there any increase in stability.

Run TM5 with 1usmus config to diagnose issues easier.
so now DRAM voltage is set to 1.455V.
i start to get pages with " AW SNAP ...something went wrong " ..
mmm (they are random though.. if i reload it doesn't happen )
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well instable ..aps starts to misbehave
 

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so now DRAM voltage is set to 1.455V.
i start to get pages with " AW SNAP ...something went wrong " ..
mmm (they are random though.. if i reload it doesn't happen )
[edit 2 ]
well instable ..aps starts to misbehave
TM5 with 1usmus config.

Can't help you out otherwise
 

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Error 0 implies not enough VDIMM, try raising a little more
Error 6 tends to be IMC related, so probably VSoC not being the right value. Test somewhere between 1.10v-1.18V.
Error 12 just means timed out; it's likely caused by the other stuff
 

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Yeah, that's probably the one. I don't use ASRock so I can't be 100% sure, but that looks about right to me.
 

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CPU VDDCR_SOC voltage is the output, that's the input voltage highlighted.
 

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CPU VDDCR_SOC voltage is the output, that's the input voltage highlighted.
so i need to change CPU VDDCR_SOC ?
last night i made multiple test with the other value changed and i ended up having errors / blue screen while testing / crash !
the actual config at 3333 did pass all the TM5 with 1usmus config so at least that is " safe "
but sure if i can have the 3466 why not !
 
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