Same amount of total memory just divide by 12 instead of 16 (850mbs per is what I use on my 2700x).I'm sure this has been asked before, but I can't find it in search and it's a really long thread to look all the pages.
In the first post there were 16 threads of memtest with 850mb each = 13600mb total memory. If I have a R5 2600 and 16gb ram, should I use 12 threads with 850mb each or the amount necessary to get 13600mb used in total (1133mb)?
Ok, I will give it a try ..... I only care about latency, see if it will in the end be a salvation for the 3400 fast profile I'm trying to stabilize for hunt showdownEnabling GearDown can work wonders for OCing ram. Some ram need it enabled, some doesn't
It really doesn't impact performance - one of my fastest profiles runs with geardown on.
I always recommend to people having trouble reaching or passing 3200MTs to enable GearDown. It might not work for everyone, but I think for most it allows higher clocked ram. Worked wonders when I had G.Skill memory.Ok, I will give it a try ..... I only care about latency, see if it will in the end be a salvation for the 3400 fast profile I'm trying to stabilize for hunt showdown
I've just got new Patriot Steel 4400s - they don't need GearDown enabled so far - I'm running them at 3600CL14 currently. I'm hopeful that when I have problem getting them faster, I'll still have geardown in reserve to push them a bit further. I have booted these at 3866 T1 GearDown off but it wasn't useable. My old G.Skill 4233s had to have it on to get 3200MTs or higher...I have it disabled since my modules were more stable at 1T.
You could try tCKE at lower values next since you're using GDM. Try going to 6 and if that works well then try 1.It overwrites the command rate, even if I don't exactly know how it works. I don't really have a choice, if I disable, I get a crazy amount of errors. My R5 1600 was fine with it disabled.