V-Dimm is at 1.40v. Just tried switching to 3866 and 4000, but I couldn't post on either. Was able to run 5 iterations y-cruncher, karhu up to 6500%, tm5 without any errors on 3800/1900. I'd love to be able to push it up to 4000/2000, but not sure what the next steps would be (I am content at 3800, but might mess around to see if I can tighten the timings anymore).What V-Dimm you running to get that stable? Spoiler-those same timings run 4000/2000 fclk on 5000 chips. If your chip posts. (My 5800x has whea 19s but runs fine, my 5600x has no issues running it at all but is horrible at core overclocking) might be user error.
Yep, I've been jumping around it all week. It's A LOT of info and trying to piece it together has been jarring to say the least. I think the biggest thing holding me back from any breakthroughs is not wanting to mess with any of the 'power' settings too much until I fully understand them since I don't want to accidentally fry anything.This entire thread back to page 350 will fill you full and burst with stuff you can learn and test.