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CH7 + 2700X Overclocking

Mordorr
Level 8
Today i try (again) OC this board/Cpu...

My system:
2700X watercooled
Crossaihero VII + Seasonic 620
8+8 Flarex from Gskill

I had almost everything on Auto except memory to 3200 manually...
Try put this at 4300....errors
Read stick post, change about 50 parametrs,put it at 4100mhz....errors on Sandra, or at least, worst results than stock on Cinebench...

In resume:
I OC since 300A Celeron, and i was never disappointed like now, specially this board. Oc this thing even gives worse results than sotck...:confused:
I need a degree on rocket scientist just to make basic supposedly OC on this combination.....i already know this cpu doesn't OC like my previous Q6600 G0, or AMD 2700 M, but franquely this is a complete disappointment....

Such expensive board and memory's,,,,,for almost nothing. What happen to good old school OC?

Anyway, i have this to basically stock, and choose Level 3 i think to OC....what gives me almost 4000MHZ (worse than my Q6600 G0 10 years ago)...

Sorry the testament, but this combination is (now i recognise) a waste of money....or, at least for me, too much to absorve.....

Anyway.....after complaint so much, can someone give some clues to put this thing at 4200Mhz and better than stock?
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gorpo wrote:
@gupsterg Thanks! It's great how well you document your tests.

Comparing your 3200MHz MLC runs with mine (Image), my latency is lower and yet so is the bandwidth. For the Loaded Latencies section, my results start with higher latency and lower bandwidth than yours, but end with lower latency and similar bandwidth. Any ideas on how to interpret these results?

@Mordorr
That is weird... Yeah, try another USB drive.

What file did you save on it in UEFI? Could Win10 be hiding it due to file extensions? Maybe check it in linux?

@arvinz Glad you got it working. Formatting and USB size/type seem to matter.


Thx, I'm still trying to optimize as best as I can. I feel like running the CPU in auto for the most parts is yielding the best performance/cooling than doing manual OC. In terms of ram though, I feel like I could get my ram higher but just not sure on the settings. I am able to also run The Stilt's 3333 Fast setting but can't for the life of me do his 3466 setting, again, there might not be much performance increase to that.

By the way, how do you link a text file? I tried to upload the bios setting text file here but it wouldn't accept it.

arvinz wrote:
Thx, I'm still trying to optimize as best as I can. I feel like running the CPU in auto for the most parts is yielding the best performance/cooling than doing manual OC. In terms of ram though, I feel like I could get my ram higher but just not sure on the settings. I am able to also run The Stilt's 3333 Fast setting but can't for the life of me do his 3466 setting, again, there might not be much performance increase to that.

By the way, how do you link a text file? I tried to upload the bios setting text file here but it wouldn't accept it.


Yeah, PBO seems to work best for most people. And for RAM OC, gupsterg's threads and help are great assets.

I just wanted a stable system so I stuck with 3200 DOCP, but I'm always tempted to tune a bit more in case there are some easy gains to be had while remaining stable.

Strangely, this forum specifies "Valid file extensions: bmp cmo gif jpeg jpg pdf png zip", so txt files get rejected.

Well, we are always learning...

I found the problem: forget give a name to the file! lol

Here are my actual config:

[2019/02/25 23:02:48]
Ai Overclock Tuner [Default]
Performance Enhancer [Level 3 (OC)]
CPU Core Ratio [Auto]
Performance Bias [Auto]
Memory Frequency [DDR4-3333MHz]
Core Performance Boost [Auto]
SMT Mode [Auto]
TPU [Keep Current Settings]
TRC_EOM [Auto]
TRTP_EOM [Auto]
TRRS_S_EOM [Auto]
TRRS_L_EOM [Auto]
TWTR_EOM [Auto]
TWTR_L_EOM [Auto]
TWCL_EOM [Auto]
TWR_EOM [Auto]
TFAW_EOM [Auto]
TRCT_EOM [Auto]
TREFI_EOM [Auto]
TRDRD_DD_EOM [Auto]
TRDRD_SD_EOM [Auto]
TRDRD_SC_EOM [Auto]
TRDRD_SCDLR_EOM [Auto]
TRDRD_SCL_EOM [Auto]
TWRWR_DD_EOM [Auto]
TWRWR_SD_EOM [Auto]
TWRWR_SC_EOM [Auto]
TWRWR_SCDLR_EOM [Auto]
TWRWR_SCL_EOM [Auto]
TWRRD_EOM [Auto]
TRDWR_EOM [Auto]
TWRRD_SCDLR_EOM [Auto]
Mem Over Clock Fail Count [Auto]
DRAM CAS# Latency [14]
DRAM RAS# to CAS# Read Delay [14]
DRAM RAS# to CAS# Write Delay [14]
DRAM RAS# PRE Time [14]
DRAM RAS# ACT Time [30]
Trc [52]
TrrdS [6]
TrrdL [9]
Tfaw [36]
TwtrS [4]
TwtrL [12]
Twr [12]
Trcpage [Auto]
TrdrdScl [2]
TwrwrScl [2]
Trfc [320]
Trfc2 [Auto]
Trfc4 [Auto]
Tcwl [14]
Trtp [8]
Trdwr [Auto]
Twrrd [3]
TwrwrSc [1]
TwrwrSd [7]
TwrwrDd [7]
TrdrdSc [1]
TrdrdSd [5]
TrdrdDd [5]
Tcke [9]
ProcODT [Auto]
Cmd2T [1T]
Gear Down Mode [Disabled]
Power Down Enable [Auto]
RttNom [Auto]
RttWr [Auto]
RttPark [Auto]
MemAddrCmdSetup [Auto]
MemCsOdtSetup [Auto]
MemCkeSetup [Auto]
MemCadBusClkDrvStren [Auto]
MemCadBusAddrCmdDrvStren [Auto]
MemCadBusCsOdtDrvStren [Auto]
MemCadBusCkeDrvStren [Auto]
CPU Load-line Calibration [Auto]
CPU Current Capability [Auto]
CPU VRM Switching Frequency [Auto]
VRM Spread Spectrum [Auto]
CPU Power Duty Control [T.Probe]
CPU Power Phase Control [Auto]
CPU Power Thermal Control [120]
VDDSOC Load-line Calibration [Auto]
VDDSOC Current Capability [Auto]
VDDSOC Switching Frequency [Auto]
VDDSOC Phase Control [Auto]
DRAM Current Capability [100%]
DRAM Power Phase Control [Extreme]
DRAM Switching Frequency [Auto]
DRAM VBoot Voltage [1.40000]
VTTDDR Voltage [Auto]
VPP_MEM Voltage [Auto]
DRAM CTRL REF Voltage on CHA [Auto]
DRAM CTRL REF Voltage on CHB [Auto]
VDDP Voltage [Auto]
1.8V Standby Voltage [Auto]
CPU 3.3v AUX [Auto]
2.5V SB Voltage [Auto]
DRAM R1 Tune [Auto]
DRAM R2 Tune [Auto]
DRAM R3 Tune [Auto]
DRAM R4 Tune [Auto]
PCIE Tune R1 [Auto]
PCIE Tune R2 [Auto]
PCIE Tune R3 [Auto]
PLL Tune R1 [Auto]
PLL reference voltage [Auto]
T Offset [Auto]
Sense MI Skew [Auto]
Sense MI Offset [Auto]
Promontory presence [Auto]
Clock Amplitude [Auto]
CLDO VDDP voltage [Auto]
CPU Core Voltage [Auto]
CPU SOC Voltage [Manual mode]
- VDDSOC Voltage Override [1.00000]
DRAM Voltage [1.40000]
1.8V PLL Voltage [Auto]
1.05V SB Voltage [Auto]
Firmware TPM [Disable]
Erase fTPM NV for factory reset [Enabled]
PSS Support [Auto]
SVM Mode [Disabled]
Onboard LED [Enabled]
Q-Code LED Function [Enabled]
SATA Port Enable [Enabled]
SATA Mode [AHCI]
NVMe RAID mode [Disabled]
SMART Self Test [Enabled]
Hot Plug [Disabled]
Hot Plug [Disabled]
Hot Plug [Disabled]
Hot Plug [Disabled]
Hot Plug [Disabled]
Hot Plug [Disabled]
HD Audio Controller [Enabled]
M.2_2 PCIe Bandwidth Configuration [Auto]
PCIEX16/X8_1 Mode [Auto]
PCIEX4_3 Mode [Auto]
M.2_1 Link Mode [Auto]
M.2_2 Link Mode [Auto]
SB Link Mode [Auto]
Asmedia USB 3.1 Controller [Enabled]
USB Type C Power Switch [Auto]
When system is in working state [On]
When system is in sleep, hibernate or soft off states [On]
Intel LAN Controller [Enabled]
Intel LAN OPROM [Disabled]
ErP Ready [Disabled]
Restore On AC Power Loss [Power Off]
Power On By PCI-E/PCI [Disabled]
Power On By RTC [Disabled]
Network Stack [Disabled]
Device [N\A]
Legacy USB Support [Enabled]
XHCI Hand-off [Enabled]
USB Mass Storage Driver Support [Enabled]
USB Reader 0001 [Auto]
U31G2_EC3 [Enabled]
U31G2_EA2 [Enabled]
U31G2_E1 [Enabled]
U31G1_1 [Enabled]
U31G1_2 [Enabled]
U31G1_3 [Enabled]
U31G1_4 [Enabled]
U31G1_5 [Enabled]
U31G1_6 [Enabled]
U31G1_7 [Enabled]
U31G1_8 [Enabled]
U31G1_9 [Enabled]
U31G1_10 [Enabled]
USB11 [Enabled]
USB12 [Enabled]
USB13 [Enabled]
USB14 [Enabled]
USB15 [Enabled]
CPU Temperature [Monitor]
MotherBoard Temperature [Monitor]
PCH Temperature [Monitor]
T_Sensor1 Temperature [Monitor]
EXT_Sensor1 Temperature [Monitor]
EXT_Sensor2 Temperature [Monitor]
EXT_Sensor3 Temperature [Monitor]
CPU Fan Speed [Monitor]
Chassis Fan 1 Speed [Monitor]
Chassis Fan 2 Speed [Monitor]
Chassis Fan 3 Speed [Monitor]
W_PUMP+ Speed [Monitor]
HAMP Fan Speed [Monitor]
CPU Optional Fan Speed [Monitor]
AIO_PUMP Speed [Monitor]
Extension Fan 1 Speed [Monitor]
Extension Fan 2 Speed [Monitor]
Extension Fan 3 Speed [Monitor]
W_FLOW Speed [Monitor]
W_IN Temperature [Monitor]
W_OUT Temperature [Monitor]
CPU Core Voltage [Monitor]
3.3V Voltage [Monitor]
5V Voltage [Monitor]
12V Voltage [Monitor]
CPU Q-Fan Control [DC Mode]
CPU Fan Smoothing Up/Down Time [0 sec]
CPU Fan Speed Lower Limit [200 RPM]
CPU Fan Profile [Manual]
CPU Upper Temperature [70]
CPU Fan Max. Duty Cycle (%) [100]
CPU Middle Temperature [45]
CPU Fan Middle. Duty Cycle (%) [60]
CPU Lower Temperature [40]
CPU Fan Min. Duty Cycle (%) [60]
Chassis Fan 1 Q-Fan Control [PWM Mode]
Chassis Fan 1 Q-Fan Source [CPU]
Chassis Fan 1 Smoothing Up/Down Time [0 sec]
Chassis Fan 1 Speed Low Limit [200 RPM]
Chassis Fan 1 Profile [Silent]
Chassis Fan 2 Q-Fan Control [DC Mode]
Chassis Fan 2 Q-Fan Source [CPU]
Chassis Fan 2 Smoothing Up/Down Time [0 sec]
Chassis Fan 2 Speed Low Limit [200 RPM]
Chassis Fan 2 Profile [Silent]
Chassis Fan 3 Q-Fan Control [DC Mode]
Chassis Fan 3 Q-Fan Source [CPU]
Chassis Fan 3 Smoothing Up/Down Time [0 sec]
Chassis Fan 3 Speed Low Limit [200 RPM]
Chassis Fan 3 Profile [Silent]
HAMP Fan Q-Fan Control [DC Mode]
HAMP Fan Q-Fan Source [CPU]
HAMP Fan Smoothing Up/Down Time [0 sec]
HAMP Fan Speed Low Limit [200 RPM]
HAMP Fan Profile [Silent]
Extension Fan 1 Q-Fan Control [DC Mode]
Extension Fan 1 Q-Fan Source [CPU]
Extension Fan 1 Speed Low Limit [200 RPM]
Extension Fan 1 Profile [Silent]
Extension Fan 2 Q-Fan Control [DC Mode]
Extension Fan 2 Q-Fan Source [CPU]
Extension Fan 2 Speed Low Limit [200 RPM]
Extension Fan 2 Profile [Silent]
Extension Fan 3 Q-Fan Control [DC Mode]
Extension Fan 3 Q-Fan Source [CPU]
Extension Fan 3 Speed Low Limit [200 RPM]
Extension Fan 3 Profile [Silent]
AIO_PUMP/W_PUMP+ Control [Disabled]
U31G1_1 [Enabled]
U31G1_2 [Enabled]
U31G1_3 [Enabled]
U31G1_4 [Enabled]
PSPP Policy [Auto]
Fast Boot [Enabled]
Next Boot after AC Power Loss [Normal Boot]
AMI Native NVMe Driver Support [Enabled]
Boot Logo Display [Enabled]
POST Delay Time [3 sec]
Boot up NumLock State [Enabled]
Wait For 'F1' If Error [Enabled]
Option ROM Messages [Enabled]
Interrupt 19 Capture [Disabled]
Setup Mode [Advanced Mode]
Launch CSM [Enabled]
Boot Device Control [UEFI and Legacy OPROM]
Boot from Network Devices [Legacy only]
Boot from Storage Devices [Legacy only]
Boot from PCI-E Expansion Devices [Legacy only]
OS Type [Other OS]
Setup Animator [Disabled]
ASUS Grid Install Service [Enabled]
Load from Profile [3]
Profile Name [3333 ok]
Save to Profile [3]
CPU Core Voltage [Auto]
VDDSOC Voltage [Auto]
1.8V PLL Voltage [Auto]
BCLK Frequency [Auto]
CPU Ratio [Auto]
DIMM Slot Number [DIMM_A2]
Bus Interface [PCIEX16/X8_1]
RedirectForReturnDis [Auto]
L2 TLB Associativity [Auto]
Platform First Error Handling [Auto]
Enable IBS [Auto]
Global C-state Control [Auto]
Power Supply Idle Control [Auto]
Opcache Control [Auto]
Custom Pstate0 [Auto]
Custom Pstate1 [Auto]
Custom Pstate2 [Auto]
Custom Pstate3 [Auto]
Custom Pstate4 [Auto]
Custom Pstate5 [Auto]
Custom Pstate6 [Auto]
Custom Pstate7 [Auto]
Relaxed EDC throttling [Auto]
Downcore control [Auto]
SMTEN [Auto]
SEV-ES ASID Space Limit [1]
Streaming Stores Control [Auto]
ACPI _CST C1 Declaration [Auto]
L1 Stream HW Prefetcher [Auto]
L2 Stream HW Prefetcher [Auto]
DRAM scrub time [Auto]
Redirect scrubber control [Auto]
Disable DF sync flood propagation [Auto]
Freeze DF module queues on error [Auto]
GMI encryption control [Auto]
xGMI encryption control [Auto]
CC6 memory region encryption [Auto]
Location of private memory regions [Auto]
System probe filter [Auto]
Memory interleaving [Auto]
Memory interleaving size [Auto]
Channel interleaving hash [Auto]
Memory Clear [Auto]
ACPI SLIT Distance Control [Auto]
Power Down Enable [Auto]
Cmd2T [Auto]
Gear Down Mode [Auto]
CAD Bus Timing User Controls [Auto]
CAD Bus Drive Strength User Controls [Auto]
Data Bus Configuration User Controls [Auto]
Data Poisoning [Auto]
DRAM ECC Symbol Size [Auto]
DRAM ECC Enable [Auto]
TSME [Auto]
Data Scramble [Auto]
Chipselect Interleaving [Auto]
BankGroupSwap [Auto]
Address Hash Bank [Auto]
Address Hash CS [Auto]
MBIST Enable [Disabled]
MBIST Aggressors [Auto]
MBIST Per Bit Slave Die Reporting [Auto]
IOMMU [Auto]
Determinism Slider [Auto]
cTDP Control [Auto]
PSI [Auto]
ACS Enable [Auto]
PCIe ARI Support [Auto]
CLDO_VDDP Control [Auto]
HD Audio Enable [Auto]
Force PCIe gen speed [Auto]
Processor temperature Control [Auto]
Precision Boost Overdrive [Auto]
Precision Boost Overdrive Scalar [Auto]
SOC OVERCLOCK VID [0]
Mode0 [Auto]
PT SATA Mode [Auto]
PT Aggresive SATA Device Sleep Port 0 [Disable]
PT Aggresive SATA Device Sleep Port 1 [Disable]
PT SATA Port 0 Enable [Auto]
PT SATA Port 1 Enable [Auto]
PT SATA Port 2 Enable [Auto]
PT SATA Port 3 Enable [Auto]
PT SATA Port 4 Enable [Auto]
PT SATA Port 5 Enable [Auto]
PT SATA Port 6 Enable [Auto]
PT SATA Port 7 Enable [Auto]
PT XHCI GEN1 [Auto]
PT XHCI GEN2 [Auto]
PT USB Equalization4 [Auto]
PT USB Redriver [Auto]
PT USB31 PORT0 [Auto]
PT USB31 PORT1 [Auto]
PT USB30 PORT0 [Auto]
PT USB30 PORT1 [Auto]
PT USB30 PORT2 [Auto]
PT USB30 PORT3 [Auto]
PT USB30 PORT4 [Auto]
PT USB30 PORT5 [Auto]
PT USB20 PORT0 [Auto]
PT USB20 PORT1 [Auto]
PT USB20 PORT2 [Auto]
PT USB20 PORT3 [Auto]
PT USB20 PORT4 [Auto]
PT USB20 PORT5 [Auto]
PT USB31 PORT0 [Auto]
PT USB31 PORT1 [Auto]
PT USB30 PORT0 [Auto]
PT USB30 PORT1 [Auto]
PT USB20 PORT0 [Auto]
PT USB20 PORT1 [Auto]
PT USB20 PORT2 [Auto]
PT USB20 PORT3 [Auto]
PT USB20 PORT4 [Auto]
PT USB20 PORT5 [Auto]
PT USB31 PORT0 [Auto]
PT USB31 PORT1 [Auto]
PT USB30 PORT0 [Auto]
PT USB20 PORT0 [Auto]
PT USB20 PORT1 [Auto]
PT USB20 PORT2 [Auto]
PT USB20 PORT3 [Auto]
PT USB20 PORT4 [Auto]
PT USB20 PORT5 [Auto]
PT PCIE Port 0 Enable [Auto]
PT PCIE Port 1 Enable [Auto]
PT PCIE Port 2 Enable [Auto]
PT PCIE Port 3 Enable [Auto]
PT PCIE Port 4 Enable [Auto]
PT PCIE Port 5 Enable [Auto]
PT PCIE Port 6 Enable [Auto]
PT PCIE Port 7 Enable [Auto]
GPP Clock 0 Force Output [Auto]
GPP Clock 1 Force Output [Auto]
GPP Clock 2 Force Output [Auto]
GPP Clock 3 Force Output [Auto]
GPP Clock 4 Force Output [Auto]
GPP Clock 5 Force Output [Auto]
GPP Clock 6 Force Output [Auto]
GPP Clock 7 Force Output [Auto]

gorpo wrote:
@gupsterg Thanks! It's great how well you document your tests.

Comparing your 3200MHz MLC runs with mine (Image), my latency is lower and yet so is the bandwidth. For the Loaded Latencies section, my results start with higher latency and lower bandwidth than yours, but end with lower latency and similar bandwidth. Any ideas on how to interpret these results?


Sorry I do not know how to interpret results in IMLC. I have not found the time to understand IMLC results. IIRC the PDF with app may have some info.

I ran these today.

79299

79300

79301

Currently I have lowered tRFC from 333 to 297, tWR from 12 to 10, without issues; tRTP from 8 to 5 or 6 is causing issues. Once I've seen if I can gain any others lower I'll rerun AIDA64/IMLC.

Cache runs at same speed as CPU MHz on Ryzen, AIDA64 will reflect this in relevant test boxes.

Ever so mildly I do believe CPU speed affects the RAM related results in AIDA64, biggest gains I get are from RAM MHz and timings though.
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gupsterg
Level 13
arvinz wrote:
Hey gupsterg-finally managed to save my bios settings to USB. The culprit was my 128GB USB 3.0 USB stick formatted to exFat. I don't think the BIOS likes that. I used an older Fat32 formated 8GB stick and it worked.

I've attached my latest settings, currently using The Stilt's 3200Mhz Fast setting but added a bit more DRAM Voltage to 1.355. Please have a look and let me know if you see anything that can be improved to boost performance. Also I haven't been able to get to a stable 3466Mhz but not sure if it's going to be much better than the 3200 Fast setting.

Here's my BIOS settings text file:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1mW2gZbpagukttvn_mPjXlXE7Ghp5e4tC/view?usp=sharing


~+0.005V extra to gain The Stilt 3200MHz Fast setup seems about right. Even though the dimms I use currently can do 3533MHz using The Stilt 3466MHz timings at 1.35V and command rate 1T, they can not do 3200MHz using The Stilt 3200MHz Fast timings without extra juice.

Firstly if trying to gain RAM OC I'd roll down Performance Enhancer from [Level 3] to [Default]. I'd also set Ai Overclock Tuner to [Manual].

As you have not elaborated on how 3466MHz fails I'll just state some general points based on what I'd experience on my HW.

If the board POST and the POST code gets stuck at some code and I see no display on screen I know I'm wildly out. I've also had situations that I'll see a message stating UEFI is corrupt and restoring "blah blah blah", usually if I hit reset at these messages board will recover. I may need reasonable jumps in SOC/VDIMM to get board to POST at targeted settings in these situations.

If after those jumps in SOC/VDIMM I get Q-Code: F9 at POST it could be that ProcODT and or RTT settings or something else is hindering training.

I have experienced Q-Code: F9 on initiating restart in OS after having done say a stability test which passed. When this occurs on current HW/targetted settings, ProcODT was incorrect. For example whilst on 3533MHz I set ProcODT 48, based on previous experiences this had worked well. Everything functioned as it should, until I did the restart in OS, bam I had Q-Code: F9, I set ProcODT 53 and all was well.

Thing I have noted before and recently, sometimes increases in voltage yield stability, but it maybe masking a lack of tuning of other settings. For example when trying to gain 3600MHz I set RTTnom to 34 (RZQ/7), I leave this at [Auto] for 3533MHz, which defaults to [Disabled]. When I applied RTTnom 34 to 3533MHz profile I was able to lower SOC from 1.025V to 1.012V.

Recently when I gained reasonable stability in limited testing for 3666MHz I decided to apply the RTTpark of 80 (RZQ/4) to my 3600MHz profile. Even though it has not allowed to me to gain lowered SOC/VDIMM, I believe it has allowed to me to gain some tighter timings. Below is current profiles I have saved in my UEFI, it excludes 3600MHz with improved timings as I'm still working on it. 3666MHz profile still needs some work.

Image

Another thing I have noted is as I reach the max this CPU is doing RAM wise (ie 3600MHz/3666MHz) I'm finding I may sometimes have to load the "Base Profile" and then apply 3600MHz Profile to gain back stability when I did something wrong.

For example today when I lowered tRTP to 5 I had a PASS in RAM Test, I then shutdown PC and retested and had failed RAM Test. I then set tRTP as 6, test failed again, I reverted back to 8 (which is what it was prior to lowering) and it failed again. So then I applied "Base Profile", then 3600MHz profile and it has passed using tRTP 8 repeatedly.

gorpo wrote:
@gupsterg Thanks! It's great how well you document your tests.

Comparing your 3200MHz MLC runs with mine (Image), my latency is lower and yet so is the bandwidth. For the Loaded Latencies section, my results start with higher latency and lower bandwidth than yours, but end with lower latency and similar bandwidth. Any ideas on how to interpret these results?


Sorry I do not know how to interpret results in IMLC. I have not found the time to understand IMLC results. IIRC the PDF with app may have some info.

I ran these today.

79304

79303

79302

Currently I have lowered tRFC from 333 to 297 (165ns), tWR from 12 to 10, without issues; tRTP from 8 to 5 or 6 is causing issues. Once I've seen if I can gain any others lower I'll rerun AIDA64/IMLC.

Cache runs at same speed as CPU MHz on Ryzen, AIDA64 will reflect this in relevant test boxes.

Ever so mildly I do believe CPU speed affects the RAM related results in AIDA64, biggest gains I get are from RAM MHz and timings though.

Mordorr wrote:
Well, we are always learning...

I found the problem: forget give a name to the file! lol

Here are my actual config:


Glad to read you got there. I'd zip txt and attach to post, otherwise post becomes large :eek: ....
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gupsterg wrote:
Sorry I do not know how to interpret results in IMLC. I have not found the time to understand IMLC results. IIRC the PDF with app may have some info.

I ran these today.

79304

79303

79302

Currently I have lowered tRFC from 333 to 297 (165ns), tWR from 12 to 10, without issues; tRTP from 8 to 5 or 6 is causing issues. Once I've seen if I can gain any others lower I'll rerun AIDA64/IMLC.

Cache runs at same speed as CPU MHz on Ryzen, AIDA64 will reflect this in relevant test boxes.

Ever so mildly I do believe CPU speed affects the RAM related results in AIDA64, biggest gains I get are from RAM MHz and timings though.


Yes, I took a look through the PDF documentation for MLC, but I can't say I understood too much.

So AIDA64 and MLC give somewhat different throughput and latency results. I am just using 2 x 16GB @ 3200 MHz DOCP and haven't tuned timings at all. Maybe at some point I'll try the Ryzen Calculator suggestions out of curiosity, but I don't know anything about timing parameters, want to keep my system stable, and don't want to spend too much time on tuning.

gupsterg
Level 13
From what I understand from a previous discussion on AIDA64 vs IMLC, AIDA64 highlights best case. I'll try and see if I can gain further insight by contacting the person who stated that to me.

Biggest gain you will get are from the "Primary" timings so target those first.

tCL
tRCDWR
tRCDRD
tRP
tRAS
tRC

Also gun for tRDRDSCL & tWRWRSCL of 2. Next attack tRFC, IIRC higher density dimms may not go down as much as lower like 8GB Single rank/sided on tRFC. tFAW is another good one to go for IIRC. After that, others dropping down is minor gains. I linked a excel sheet few posts back, which converts timings to ns for given RAM MHz, you can see from that what change is gonna occur. There are diminishing returns to be had at x point IMO.

Here is an example set.

3200MHz = ~0.625ns cycle time, so CL14 = ~8.75ns
3333MHz = ~0.60006ns cycle time, so CL14 = ~8.40ns

That to me is nice gain for not a lot of work in my experience. I have seen results of people using CL14 at higher MHz, but taking the voltages used into context I'd plumb for CL15 TBH. Next see this set.

3466MHz = ~0.57703ns cycle time, so CL15 = ~8.65ns
3533MHz = ~0.56609ns cycle time, so CL15 = ~8.49ns
3600MHz = ~0.55555ns cycle time, so CL15 = ~8.33ns
3666MHz = ~0.54555ns cycle time, so CL15 = ~8.18ns

Now 3466MHz CL15 is easy target to get in my experience (for single rank/side kit), but somewhat is disadvantageous when considering 3333MHz may yield better ns for most timings if you jumped from say 14-14-14-14 to 15-15-15-15 on the primaries. Only if you gain 3600MHz will you be ahead IMO.

Here is fresh (link) 3666MHz C15 1T, my best run so far of 3600% on Kahru RAM Test. Increases in PLL seem to help this profile, so far taking SOC to 1.137V and or VDIMM to 1.425V does not help it as much as PLL change. I can get some back to back testing done, but profile still need work and if possible to fully stabilise.
Intel Defector :eek: AMD Rebel


R9 5900X - Custom WC - ASUS Crosshair VII Hero WiFi - Ballistix Sport LT 2x16GB 3800MHz C16 - RX 6800 XT - WD SN770 2TB - 2x 870 EVO 4TB


24/7 OC: i5 4690K @ 4.9GHz CPU@1.255v 4.4GHz Cache@1.10v - Archon SB-E X2 - Asus Maximus VII Ranger
Sapphire Fury X (1145/545 ~17.7K GS 3DM FS)

:eek: CPU Validation 5.198GHz@1.314v with 4.4GHz cache + RAM 2400MHz@1T :eek:
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