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heavy666

Member
Joined
Apr 28, 2003
Hello guys,

I just upgraded from an Phenom II x4 955, to the ryzen 5000 series. As part of my upgrade I got a slow cheap 32 Gb kit, Thaiphoon says I got a a-die samsumg mem, they don't oc as good as the b-die right?
Also I'm no expert to the modern overclock but xmp created by the manufactor seem a little relaxed 3200Mhz with 18-22-22-42 and there is only one xmp profile configures maybe has room for improvement, I tried some tutorials with ryzen dram calculator but I got stuck as samsum a-die is not availible.

So I got a few questions: should I go from overclocking?
Can you guys tell me a good start point? 3200 16-20-20-20-40 maybe? I'm running this right now with 1.355v and windows and games seems ok, I didn't stressed with a propoer test tho.
Any tutorials maybe using asus mb as it will be easier to a noob to follow up xD.
Should I stick with 3200Mhz and try to lower the timmers or see how much room I have in freq first and timmers latter maybe I can push it 3600 with 20cas?

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Thanks guys.
 

Woomack

Benching Team Leader
Joined
Jan 2, 2005
Most of these IC can make something like 3200-3600 CL18-20-20 1.35-1.45V. Some go up to 3800 but CL20. Depending on some other factors, 3600 may work at CL20 too. You can generally find them in memory kits with XMP like 18-22-22, the same as C-die.
Sub-timings won't help much, and I wouldn't spend much time tuning it for the best results, as the best results will give you a 1-2% performance gain and a headache.
What you already did (ZenTimings window) is still fine for 24/7 use. You can try higher tREFI (the higher, the better) and lower tRFC, maybe ~480-560 / ~380 / ~280.
 
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heavy666

heavy666

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Apr 28, 2003
Most of these IC can make something like 3200-3600 CL18-20-20 1.35-1.45V. Some go up to 3800 but CL20. Depending on some other factors, 3600 may work at CL20 too. You can generally find them in memory kits with XMP like 18-22-22, the same as C-die.
Sub-timings won't help much, and I wouldn't spend much time tuning it for the best results, as the best results will give you a 1-2% performance gain and a headache.
What you already did (ZenTimings window) is still fine for 24/7 use. You can try higher tREFI (the higher, the better) and lower tRFC, maybe ~480-560 / ~380 / ~280.
thx bro I will try it today.....
I'm excied as hell to finaly overclock again. The last time I played with it was 10 years ago =DD