You're going to need to relax a lot of timings to stand a chance - even then, 3733 is not guaranteed. These boards use T-topology and are 4-layer, so don't have as much signal margin with 1DPC as the higher-end models.
Hello guys, recently I bought a G.Skill Trident-Z 2x16GB memory kit. Exact model number F4-3200C14D-32GTZSK. The ICs are Samsung's famous B-Die, but so far I'm having issues clocking the kit anywhere higher than 3600MHz. It can boot at 3600/14-14-14-30 @ 1.44v, but anything higher than 3600MHz won't even post, regardless of RAM voltage, SA voltage or VCCIO voltage. I know that given it's density (consisting of two 16GB modules) it won't overclock as good as 8GB B-die sticks, but I feel somewhat disappointed that I can't even hit 3733MHz.
I guess some of the secondary/tertiary timings need to be adjusted manually and I know some boards like Maximus IX Apex have built-in memory presets by Raja, Elmor and other clockers. Unfortunately that's not the case with the Z370-F Gaming I have, but the board still allows setting secondary&tertiary timings manually.
So... I'm wondering if someone could provide help on those secondary/tertiary timings or provide the whole optimized memory preset to type-in manually. Any help will be greatly appreciated! 🙂
So far that's the best I have and it's... disappointing:
bass junkie xl wrote:
hey man i have the asus rof x hero bios 1003
8700k 5 ghz 1.32v
my ram is g.skill ( rgb ) 2 x 8 gb 16gb kit of 3000 mhz cl 14-14-14-34 xmp 1.35v
i have my kit @ manual 4000 mhz cl -18-19-19-38 1.4v vccio=auto vcssa=auto 100 % stable in prime 95 ,asus rela bench , hci mem test @ 1000 % coverage
my vcssa on auto on load is 1.31 v - 1.32v on auto
my vccio on auto on load is 1.32- 1.33v on auto
evrything works fine my scores in aida 64 are 56k ,59k,57k
i can post @ 4133 19-19-19-39 but aida scores are werse @ 4133 then 4000 cl 18
my 3000 14-14-14-34 are samsung bdie as well