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Post Your Info If You Have G.SKILL 3600MHz 16-16-16-36 Memory

CuewarsTaner
Level 7
Hi, everyone. This is a specific Memory Overclocking page for all the users who are using G.Skill DDR4-3600MHz Timing 16-16-16-16-36 16G(8Gx2) memory. No matter which model you buy, please come here to post your memory overclocking setting if yours is 3600/Timing16-16-16-36.

For my setting, I can get my DRAM speed at 3200Mhz without BCLK overclocking. BIOS version 9945 is the beta 1.0.0.6 AGESA. Timing is 14-14-14-14-34. DRAM voltage is 1.395V. CR=1T. Other setting didn't get changed. Anyone get higher speed?
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liakou
Level 7
Hello, anyone managed to run this kit on Crosshair VII Hero /w 2700x on Stilt's 3466 profile? I cannot boot with it unless i switch the command rate to 2T instead of 1T, but then again im'not stable at stress testing. If anyone's stable, care to share specific settings?
Thanks

lassek
Level 7
I have this kit with a Z490-E Asus and a 10900K.. Unfortunatly its a low end bin. SP 63 so voltages are high and IMC poor! .... I can run the kit at 3333 Mhz 14-14-14-34 2N

Or with some fine tuning I can run 3500 Mhz @ 16-16-16-36 2N with all the secondary timings from SPD table. It also requires that VCCIO and VCCSA both are at 1.20v and RAM at 1.4v also CPU cache lowered to 45x. My vCore is 1.36v and LLC5.

3600 Mhz is impossible at this stage .. have litterly tried everything! Its VERY stuborn! It simply wont post.. very disappointing...

The 3500 Mhz is the highest possible for my setup,it has taken many months and bios updated to reach that..Also it has been very sensitive for stability It does require that you do it in several steps.. First load at 3200 Mhz with all timings and secondary. Then I load 3333 Mhz, save exit- Finally 3500 Mhz.. DRAM Voltage and VCCIO and VCCSA must be set already at 3200 Mhz.

My experience is that the best test is the O.C.C.T memory test. This one will detect errors you dident know you had! 😉 Also all other bench stability programs can pass where O.C.C.T fails.. its apparently VERY sensitive so I use that as primary mem stability test. 1 hours pass 80% mem.

I am using G.Skill F4-3600C16-16GTZN. I have overclocked to 4000MHz and the system is very stable.

My set-up is:

CPU: AMD 5800X
RAM: G.Skill F4-3600C16-16GTZN
Timing: 4000MHz, 16-16-16-36-52, 1T
DRAM Vcc: 1.4V

Fclk is locked to Uclk at 2000MHz.