Discussion Help Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4 2400MHZ OC

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Barty1884

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On the physical DIMMs, there will be a sticker of the model number, and it'll also state a version "ver #.###"

4.31 is Samsung, the others are all Hynix.
https://forum.corsair.com/v3/showthread.php?t=178400
AFAIK, 4.31 was only in production very, very briefly.

For a 2400MHz kit at CL16, you could push frequencies in 99% of cases, but usually at the expense of voltage &/or timings.

That particular kit is running 1.2V, so you have some voltage headroom. Personally, I'd see what I could get, stable, with 1.35V or less. I wouldn't look to touch primary timings much - once you loosen CL especially, you're trading off speed for latency.

Ultimately, if a kit could do substantially >2400MHz, they would've been clocked & sold as such. That's not to say 2666-2800MHz is out of the question, but don't expect miracles.
 
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On the physical DIMMs, there will be a sticker of the model number, and it'll also state a version "ver #.###"

4.31 is Samsung, the others are all Hynix.
https://forum.corsair.com/v3/showthread.php?t=178400
AFAIK, 4.31 was only in production very, very briefly.

For a 2400MHz kit at CL16, you could push frequencies in 99% of cases, but usually at the expense of voltage &/or timings.

That particular kit is running 1.2V, so you have some voltage headroom. Personally, I'd see what I could get, stable, with 1.35V or less. I wouldn't look to touch primary timings much - once you loosen CL especially, you're trading off speed for latency.

Ultimately, if a kit could do substantially >2400MHz, they would've been clocked & sold as such. That's not to say 2666-2800MHz is out of the question, but don't expect miracles.
Thanks I checked what you said, It sais rev 8.30 so I think I have the Hynix ones,
I dont care about 3200mhz I just want to push some point near 3000mhz .
I´m new with AMD chipset I came from and old I5 4670k 4.8ghz OC
Checking the values above what timings and voltages would you recommend and what values to change on BIOS to get that OC properly working?
 

Barty1884

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DRAM Calculator may be useful to you:
https://www.techpowerup.com/download/ryzen-dram-calculator/

You're going to be limited, I would think - a 2400MHz kit is never going to be able to do substantially more without trading off in other areas.

As far as what I would recommend.... I'm never going to be able to provide the same level of detail you'll get from the DRAM Calc I linked above, and I'd suggest you use that.
 

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