Question Memory Overclocking issue Ryzen

christoffe93

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Hi guys I've come to overclock my crucial ballstix sport 2666mhz memory on my ax370 gaming 5 motherboard so far I've got it to 3000mhz and i've managed to push the timing right down to that of samsung b die even tho its micron b-die so 14,16,14,14,30 which is pretty tight and some tight sub timings. The problem is when i have to test the speed on userbenchmark no matter how much i tighten the timings my latency result wont budge from 80ns its still the same as it was when the memory was untouched 2666mhz with 16-17 timings. Its not making any sense. Under where it says 80ns its says 50% so i'm assuming its not preforming as it should.
 

christoffe93

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check your bios if that's the case, but i may be completely wrong
Just had another go at overclocking but i', using aida64 now to test the result and its showing up dual channel and that the system is holding the overclock. Its got me baffled, its running slower at 3000mhz with some really tight timings and sub timings yet its only making 85ns latency according to aida64 so its come down 10ns. i just dont understand how a memory chip can run those sorts of speeds at 3000mhz only only come down 10ns, I swear some of my timings are tighter than that of samsung b-die. I've seen slow samsung e die cas 18 @ 3000mhz with untouched subtimings run at 63ns. i was expecting to atleast bring it down to 47-55ns.

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i recommend not to go any higher than 1.500v though, going higher than 1.500v could potentially fuck up your ram sticks. maybe watch a tutorial on how to overvolt ram first?
 

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