Question Help improve my RAM timings

Nov 6, 2019
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So my T-Force Team Series Vulcan Z 3200 RAM (8gb x 2) is slated to run at 3200, but my MOBO/CPU has always been very finicky about keeping it at 3200. I won't go into the specifics of it cause thats a whole other topic, but in a nutshell it was stable up until either a windows update or I accessed my BIOS. I got a tired of this and tried my hand at messing with the RAM's timings, using Thaipoon Burner and Ryzen DRAM Calculator I was able to take my timings from 16, 18, 18, 38 to 16, 18, 19, 36, this did require me to up the Volt from 1.35 to 1.4. With the increased voltage and the small change in timings, overall things seem just a bit more...snappy is the best way to put it.

That being said is there room for improvement and is the overall seeming increase in performance due to the fact the RAM may have been power hungry all this time? Here is a more detailed look at what everything is set at.

tCL:16
TRDWR:18
TRCDRD:18
tRP:19
tRAS:36
tRC:56
tRRDS:6
tRRDL:8
tFAW:34
tWTRS:4
tWTRL:12
tWR:12
tRDRD SCL: 4
tWRWR SC::4
tRFC:560
tRFC (alt): 440
tCWL:16
tRTP:8
tRDWR:7
tWWRD:1
tWRWR SC:1
tWRWR SD: 7
tWRWR DD:7
tRDRD SC:1
tRDRD SD: 5
tRDRD DD 5
tCKE 1

Voltage: 1.4
 

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