Question F4-3466C16Q-32GTZR B-Die ?

Asryan

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Hi,

i can't find any info wether my Ram is B-die or not?



Tried typhoon burner but apparently not 100% sure


Can someone help me?

Also i would like to set it up manually in bios and not use XMP and overclock but i am not sure where to start, does someone have those sticks and can help me?


Thanks
 
Hi,

i can't find any info wether my Ram is B-die or not?



Tried typhoon burner but apparently not 100% sure


Can someone help me?

Also i would like to set it up manually in bios and not use XMP and overclock but i am not sure where to start, does someone have those sticks and can help me?


Thanks
Typhoon burner can tel you what chops exactly-
For manual OC this can help: https://www.techspot.com/downloads/7164-ryzen-dram-calculator.html
 
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Asryan

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Typhoon burner says its b die but the lot isn't clear to be sure.
I saw this software but I have not clue what to do about It

Also is overclocking ram worth it?
 

bfollett

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What processor do you have? A Ryzen 1000 or 2000 series processor probably isn't going to le the frequency get much higher. With a 3000 series processor you probably can. You really need to use DRam Calculator to get all the timings and voltages for a manual bios setup. Even then your not likely to see a huge performance gain going beyond 3466. If you can drop the cas latency as well that could help. There are several tutorial on youtube on using Dram Calculator.
 

Asryan

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I have an i9 9900k

Managed to push it to 3733 without issue, 4000 was okish but not perfect need to do more tweaking someone is helping me :)
 
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