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Old 19th March 2017, 4:28 PM   #136
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Version 4 in Corsair is Samsung. 4.31 is b die, as should 4.34 be as well.

You can check using the following program by having it read your spd.

http://www.softnology.biz/files.html
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8 Gb / 1 die / B (20 nm)

Awesome. My rams are B Die. I had been under the assumption that they were E die

Thanks Wraith
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Old 19th March 2017, 6:27 PM   #137
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Version 4 in Corsair is Samsung. 4.31 is b die, as should 4.34 be as well.

You can check using the following program by having it read your spd.

http://www.softnology.biz/files.html
Thanks for that link. It works a treat.

Here are some stats from my 16GB modules. Will be trying them out on my 1700 system when the CPU arrives next week.

Also have some CMK32GX4M2B3000C15 still sealed in the box. Will get some stats later.

Part Number
CMK32GX4M2B3200C16

Die Density / Die Count / Revision
8 Gb / 1 die / B (20 nm)

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Old 20th March 2017, 9:21 PM   #138
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Mmkay. First fiddling around with the Ryzen Master program. Seems nice and simple.

I'm using wPrime set to 16 threads to test stability. Just run the 1024m test and if that passes, then can look into more long term tests.

Tried right off the bat for 4.0GHz on all cores @ 1.4v. Immediate black screen.

Tried the same at 1.45v, also immediate blackscreen.

Can run 3.9GHz at 1.4v easy enough. Just want to achieve that magic round number, but don't want to exceed the 1.45v max recommended...

Edit: Can run 3.9GHz at 1.375v... will keep going lower.

3.9GHz at 1.35v failed.

3.9GHz at 1.36875v passed.

3.9GHz at 1.36250v passed.

3.9GHz at 1.35635 passed.
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Old 20th March 2017, 9:31 PM   #139
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Shopping Express's ebay shop (shopping-express-clearance) is offering 20% off until 22/3/17 which makes their highish prices come in a fair bit cheaper than the usual suspects. Sorely tempted to get on it...
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Old 20th March 2017, 9:35 PM   #140
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Sounds about right, Sammy

don't worry about 4, it's too difficult. Once you've gotten what you can from 1.4, there's nothing to be had without significantly more voltage, and subsequent cooling. Focus on your RAM
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Old 20th March 2017, 9:40 PM   #141
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Yeah, I can't crack 1.35v at 3900MHz, crashes.

Can't crack 4000MHz even at 1.45v :'(

So currently I can get a quick wPrime 1024m stable 3900MHz @ 1.35625v.

Ram is a whole different ballgame. Can't even post above 2133MHz.

Haven't tried this 1.1 bios yet, so I'll go have a quick play. Try for 2400Mhz profile.
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sorry if it's been asked before, but did you apply the XMP profile before you started clocking the RAM?
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Old 20th March 2017, 9:48 PM   #143
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Have tried with and without.

Tried enabling it, and then manually downclocking, loosening the timings off by ~2-4 points each, setting manual voltage, etc. Just wouldn't post.

Have just seen some improvement though. A-XMP disabled, manually set ram to 2400Mhz, manually set timings to 18-20-20-20-40 at 1.35v and it booted.

Must be the new 1.1 bios.

Edit: yeah, this bios is tops. Just booted at 2667MHz, same volts and timing as above.
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Old 20th March 2017, 10:09 PM   #144
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So with RyzenMaster, I was able to set a profile no sweat, press apply and test.

Now all of a sudden when I change something and press apply, it wants to restart the system to apply it. What gives?

Edit: Figured it out, it was trying to reset my memory timings to standard. Matched them to what it's set in the bios and it's stopped bugging me for a reset.
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Old 20th March 2017, 10:23 PM   #145
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Build completed. Installing Windows 10 Pro then onto some OC action...


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Some observation so far from my quick OC runs.

Was able to hit 2933MHz with the corsair Vengeance LPX 3000C15. Was mostly interested in the CPU so didn't try pushing the RAM any further.

Got to 3.85GHz with no issues. Needed 1.375V to hit 3.9GHz.

Was able to boot at 4GHz with 1.38V but the heat started to ramp up quickly so had to abort the Cinebench run.

The included cooler is great for what it is but it hits it limits very quickly once you start pushing past 3.9GHz. Will have to wait until my Corsair bracket arrives before I push it again.
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what bios are you using and what settings did you use for 2933 on the ram?

also which cooler do you have and do you have the am3 bracket for it....Baymax goes both ways am4 or am3
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what bios are you using and what settings did you use for 2933 on the ram?

also which cooler do you have and do you have the am3 bracket for it....Baymax goes both ways am4 or am3
Literally the post above his, is another of his that has a picture

So last night trying to get Prime95 SmallFFT stable. Got 3.8GHz @ 1.375 stable. Then needed sleep, so will fiddle more later on. Stoked that the ram is on 2667 though. Much better than 2133.
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Pretty sure Tarot is asking which one he is waiting on a bracket for not which one he has installed
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Old 21st March 2017, 8:03 AM   #150
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Also possible!
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