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Question how to set timings for 3200MHz,cl14 RAM with 3700x???(noob!)

ddmeltzer8

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Hi.I wonder what timings to set for my 3200Mhz cl14(14-14-14-34) 2x8GB RAM(g.skill/b-die)?
Im running it on Asus TUF x570 wifi and 3700x.There r so many things i have no idea about,most of them start with a "t".Im not planning on overclocking the CPU.But would like to run RAM @ 3400 or 3600MHz.
I would also like to do it in the bios,no extra software.
Let me know if theres anything i forgot to include.

Thanks in advance.
 

DMAN999

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If you really do want to OC your RAM I suggest you get Thaiphoon Burner to Read your RAM info and then input it into the DRAM Calculator Version 1.6.0.3:


But DO NOT think this is a quick process like just using the xmp settings.
You need to change 1 or just a few settings at a time and then test the RAM and also run a System Stability test after every change.
It took me about a week to get my Max CPU OC and Max RAM OC stable.
 
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TechyInAZ

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If you want to Overclock RAM, i highly recommend looking into my ryzen memory overclocking guides in my signature. It takes a long period of time to stabilize RAM.

I recommend just using your XMP profile and not overclocking, or return your RAM kit and buy a faster kit. Unless you really want to overclock your DRAM.

You can try just increasing your memory speed to 3400mhz with a bump in DRAM voltage to 1.4v, see if that works. make sure you stabilize it correctly though.
 

ddmeltzer8

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Jan 25, 2017
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If you really do want to OC your RAM I suggest you get Thaiphoon Burner to Read your RAM info and then input it into the DRAM Calculator Version 1.6.0.3:


But DO NOT think this is a quick process like just using the xmp settings.
You need to change 1 or just a few settings at a time and then test the RAM and also run a System Stability test after every change.
It took me about a week to get my Max CPU OC and Max RAM OC stable.
Thanks,but im not up for that...Maybe in the future,though.But for now i just want a fairly running system.
Cheers.
 

ddmeltzer8

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If you want to Overclock RAM, i highly recommend looking into my ryzen memory overclocking guides in my signature. It takes a long period of time to stabilize RAM.

I recommend just using your XMP profile and not overclocking, or return your RAM kit and buy a faster kit. Unless you really want to overclock your DRAM.

You can try just increasing your memory speed to 3400mhz with a bump in DRAM voltage to 1.4v, see if that works. make sure you stabilize it correctly though.
I dont think theres any XMP in the bios.But theres something called DOCP.Would i be able to run it at a bit higher speed than the advertised?Inf.Fabric is set to 3600?I guess that would be a "smart" speed to run at?

Thanks.
 

ddmeltzer8

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I would first try 3200 Mhz and see if that is stable then possibly 3400 Mhz by just changing the frequency and increasing the DRAM voltage to 1.37 or 1.38 V (but not any timings) and test that for stability as well.
Like this:
View: https://imgur.com/8IhMfXr

If you really wanted 3600 Mhz RAM then you should buy a 3600 Mhz kit that is compatible with your MB.
The place i shop only had cl18 for 3600,so i got the 3200 cl14.It should be faster from what i could gather.
Il give ur tip a try.

edit:i only have one docp profile,does it matter?can i make another?

Thanks.
 

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