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3600cl14 4x8 royal overclocking

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Hardware' started by micsway123, Jul 27, 2021.

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    hi all,

    just picked up a set of royal 3600cl14 sticks

    Post stock fine
    Bumped up to 3733+stock timings fine
    Bump to 3800+stock = no post
    3800+1.5v on ram (1.45v stock) = no post

    any tips here?

    fairly sure these bad boys should do 3800 at stock timings no problem according to review's I've read online.

    soc voltage = 1.125
    ccd voltage = 1.0
    iod voltage = 1.1

    3800cl16@1.5v posts ok but want to get down to cl14 ideally.

    (edit - got it working with 1.2v soc)
     
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    Try 1.7v for the rams.

    They are Samsun B-Die, you will not hurt them. 1.96v and above is not uncommon for benching. For daily/years 24/7 I would not go over 1.5v

    I got B-Die royals and my XMP is 4000-15-16-16. I so far have got the rams to 4000-12-12-12-28-200 1T with some tweaking and voltage increase (yeah I know different platform but MEM OC principals are essentially the same):

    [​IMG]

    Also with B-die it is almost essential to decrease max mem in Windows. I set to 2.5GB (2560MB) and that works for me so far.

    I still got lots of tuning to go. You have generally good rams, hope the bin is stellar for you. :):thumbup:
     
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    BTW, I am not stating my latency is stellar, was simply showing it can be done, ran Super PI for stability testing. :):thumbup:
     
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    legend thanks. Will give it a go. Looking for 24/7 stable so might have gone far as that will go.
     
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    how about bumping up the soc voltage?
     
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    G.Skill has limited lifetime warranty...

    You could run 1.95v for years with no issue. If they die...RMA time direct to G.Skill Taiwan is the best bet IMO.

    I was able to do 4400-14-14-14 28 200 1T just then and pass Super PI 32M, however Aida 64 Extreme latency test showed a slower performance, one could say margin of error stuff, therefore better to run lower frequency and tighter timings.
     
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    Yes, again no harm if done in small increments, and remember...one change at a time...hence why a very time consuming hobby. :lol:
     
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    Oh, and for my kit/sample. I need 1.9v flat to do 4000-12-12-12 28 200 1T
     
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    thanks will get to work fiddling some more, all part of the fun!
     
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    got it working by setting the SOC voltage to 1.2 3800cl14 post and 1:1 IF happy days

    (now to make sure it's stable!)
     
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    Run Aida 64 Exteme 30 Day trial latency
    Test.

    post screenshot here.

    for reference once I go
    Back to 5.4GHz my
    Latency drops points.
     
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    Latency:
    upload_2021-7-28_9-21-5.png

    Read:
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    Write:
    upload_2021-7-28_9-22-38.png

    Copy:
    upload_2021-7-28_9-23-3.png
     
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    compared to xml 3600cl14:

    read: +6.1%
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    write: +5.6%
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    copy: +3.4%
    upload_2021-7-28_9-56-10.png

    latency: +5.8%
    upload_2021-7-28_9-56-50.png
     
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    memory flat out refusing to post at 3800 now for some reason, just can't work it out.
     
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    Do they at least work a JDEC settings (just to make sure rams work)?
     
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    yup and xmp
     
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    Your were probably at the edge of required volts for platform/and or ram. So maybe increasing volts in various areas might help?

    what volts were you running for your desired mem clock?
     
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    soc voltage = 1.2
    ccd voltage = 1.0
    iod voltage = 1.1
    dram voltage = 1.5
     
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    Isn’t xmp volts 1.4 or 1.5?

    attempting to go tighter, and/ or go higher in frequency is always going to need more volts than XMP rated (unless your sample is super mega golden lottery).

    think I wrote the other night to start at 1.7v

    did you try that?

    I usually set higher volts and then work my way down, others may test the other way round, no right or wrong

    might pay to bump those other volts up a notch if ram volts do not help.
     
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