Discussion in 'AMD x86 CPUs and chipsets' started by mAJORD, Mar 3, 2017.
Gskill trident neo z 3200 cl16
if you can download typhoon burner. It will tell what IC the ram is. This will give an idea of where your ram can go.
They're all Hynix as far as I know.
Is that good or bad
They can be different. I’d suggest using typhoon burner to confirm.
If they are Hynix AFR, they will go a bit further but don’t expect miracles
hynix MFR they will be at their limit
Hynix CFR are capable surprising ram. I ran a 2x16gb 3600 kit recently at 4333c18-21-21 (1.35v) and 3800C16-19-19 (1.35v).
i believe there is an M-Die but haven’t touched any of these yet.
See above. As per headin’s post, it depends on the ICs. But at that price point, they are most likely MFRs.
Download thaiphoon burner and post a screenshot for us.
Link to RAM screenshot: https://imgur.com/a/4YqQndK
Hynix CJR ICs. They’re not too bad. I reckon you could tighten up those timings.
How can you tell they are CJRs anyway? What are you looking for specifically?
BTW i booted and ran a few basic tests with 3600mhz and CL16. Seems ok. Havent run any serious stress tests yet though.
Screenshot -> DRAM components -> Part number: The last few characters in the part number.
Use memtest for a thorough test or AIDA64 stability test and tick memory only for a quicker, dirtier test.
Also don't be afraid to push a little voltage through the RAM. Anything up to 1.5V is safe for 24/7 use.
Even at 3600 RAM and 1800 Infinity fabric, cpuz reports my dram ratio as 3:54. :/// should be 1:1!!
No thats the ratio of your FSB to your ram and cpu's don't have a Front Side Bus as such anymore, it's pretty irrelevant your ram is 1800 x2 double data rate = 3600 1800mhz to infinity fabric 1800 is 1:1
if you look under SPD in CPU Z your memory under XMP will be 1600mhz (x2=3200) but it hasn't got your OC as its reading the stock table from your ram module. Your sweet
DJR might be the other one you're thinking of, pretty new and I've only seen them on a couple of kits so far but I can agree with the rest, CJR is good daily, AFR and MFR tend to cap out around 3200-3400 with reasonable timings
Need to use Ryzen Master to check fclk (Infinity Fabric clock), CPU-Z will tell you uclk (Memory controller) and mclk (Memory clock)
3800c16-19-19 at 1.35v should be possible.
if you want them to get interesting , try 3800C16-19-16-19-38-51.
Just make sure you set FCLK and Memory clock to 1:1, memory divider won’t ever be 1:1
I reduced the core down to 1.375 and 4.4ghz is still happy. I noticed on auto it was sitting at 1.4v a lot of the time.
Got the 3200 ram happy at 3600 by loosening timings to 18-22-22-42 1.35v
Was unstable at CL16 at any voltage.
What cpu core voltage are people running for daily use over locked or stock?
When I set everything to stock auto the vcore fluctuates between 1.1 when sleeping and 1.4v when at 4.1ghz - which seems high to me considering I can get it stable at 1.35v at 4.4ghz or 1.25v for 4.3ghz
Is my motherboard just throwing extra voltage at the cpu unnecessarily?
Anything up to 1.45V is perfectly fine.
When your chip is running in auto, watch it. Ryzen master is the only really accurate voltage monitoring tool AFAIK.
The power control on these chips is fascinating. You will get a pattern of high voltage with low to no load and low(er) voltages with really heavy loads.
It's all to do with how much current they are pulling. It somehow load balances, it's very clever.
And nothing to worry about. EDIT. On 2nd thoughts in saying that, be careful manually running your voltage because these things really do drop their VID and ramp current when the pedal hits the metal. I don't know what is considered 'safe' when set manually.
Happy New Year!
Yeah I see the voltage jumping all over the place. it is very different to my 2600k!
Ive settled into 1.25v for 4.3ghz oc for daily use. It barely touches 55c under load which is nice.