Overclock Team Elite Plus 2400 Mhz to 2667

Sep 22, 2018
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Ryzen 1700x (Stock Speed)
Team Elite Plus 2400 Mhz 1x8 GB (16 16 16 39) < Stock
Msi b350 Gaming Plus
CM 600w powersupply
GTX 1050Ti
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Hello, I am new to overclock world, I just got my new pc 2 weeks ago
It is editing/creating videos using aftereffects/preimier pro and games.

I searched for any thread related to this Ram but found nothing so I wanted to ask if any of you had experience overclocking this ram to 2667 or even more and got stability.

I currently changed only the frequency from 2400 to 2667 and left everything else the same and I am testing it, so my question is, should I change timming and voltages or leave them the same?

Also there is "Memory try it" thing in the bios which is similar to XMP profile "which is not supported in my bios" should I use it?
 

volkgren

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You didn't mention what the voltage is, but you should be able to increase voltage from say 1.2V to 1.35V and get 2800Mhz out of it. Leave timings on auto. You may have actually left voltage on Auto and it could have changed itself.

Btw, you description of your RAM does not tell us what exact RAM it is. Each manufacturer has many RAM models with similar, but slightly different specs.
 
Sep 22, 2018
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Voltages are on auto, I didn't change anything except the freqncy,
I assume Dram voltages is the ram voltages, I checked them now with msi commandcenter and its 1.36 so I guess I need to edit it manual to be 1.35 to get less vaule than the "Auto Setting" has.

All Ram info I see is 8gb ddr4 2400 timing (16 16 16 39) if you need any other info, let me know I will try to find it on the ram itself because cpuz doesnt give more info.
 
Sep 22, 2018
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Motherboard set it to 1.36v when It was on Auto not when I set it to 1.35v. I didnt change voltages myself at all.
You are saying, I should stay with 2666 to be safe and stable and no need to try 2800?

I am using pc 24/7 so I am trying to be in a stable safe zone
 

boju

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Ram is not so easily overclocked and will need to do a lot of testing to be sure your 24/7 operations isn't compromised. You're better off getting ram that is already rated for the speed you want.

Go for Gskill Tridentz 3200 CL14 if you consider it, they're guaranteed to be using Samsung chips. Hynix chips are commonly found on kits rated for CL 16 or higher. I would avoid Hynix, even though support for it has goten better, id still avoid it.

Upto you, something to look into.
 
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I was on tight budget so I bought only 1x8 gb, I couldn't buy higher mhz or better brand because the budget, I guess I wil stay with 2667 and do more tests
 
Feb 14, 2019
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Hello, yesterday i bought 2x4 gb team elite plus cl16 (16-16-16-39). And to give more performance to my ryzen 3 2200g, i overclock it to 2933 cl16 (16-18-18-36). They run stable in my system, and its completely safe. But do not change the voltage into 1.9 or more. It possible to fry the pins. Just watch temps and stability, and you will be just fine.

I did the overclock using "memory try it" in an a320m pro vd/s mobo
 
Aug 1, 2018
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i have the teamgroup vulcan TLRED48G2400HC14BK CL14 kit, and ive got it overclock to 3200mhz thru msi click bios using memory try it, and i changed the timings to 18,19,19,18,36 but on my older system i had better timings. just remembering what those were is the issue atm. userbenchmark the ram at 98.7 with this setup. as to before with a hp prebuild with ryzenmaster overclocking on userbench it shows 101.6% but anyways this rams pretty good to overclock with. so far even when i hit something unstable i dont need a clearcmos...as of yet anyhow...GL
 

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