[SOLVED] Ryzen 2000->3000 Memory compatibility?

Kyle_38

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I am currently rocking the 2700x with A gigabyte x470 Gaming 7 motherboard. I have a set of Trident Z royal 3600c16 B-Die kit of ram and started running into memory compatibility issues when trying to set the XMP profile in bios. The bios are F50 and the latest version currently available. Further, I am wanting to know if I upgrade my 2700x to a 3950x or 3900x, will this make my ram be able to boost to its rated speeds? I am aware the IMCs on the 2700x has been known to be dodgy, but would this updgrade solve my issue?(F.Y.I-No the Ram is not on the motherboard QVL listing)

MOBO:https://www.gigabyte.com/us/Motherboard/X470-AORUS-GAMING-7-WIFI-rev-10#kf
RAM:https://www.newegg.com/g-skill-32gb-288-pin-ddr4-sdram/p/N82E16820232903?Item=N82E16820232903
 

Kyle_38

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I have not been able to gain any stability from the kit over 3200MHZ, and hopefully, this will resolve with a simple bios update, but I have adjusted the settings since and came up with a solution. The answer was changing the bios settings and timings as the board post F9 with anything higher than 3200MHZ. Therefore, I have settled with:
13
13
13
13
26
@1.49v
on this kit

The most stable setting I was able to accomplish and, maybe, this will improve as we get updates. In the future, the 3950x or possibly the 4000 series upon release! Thank you all for your support and replies!
 
I am currently rocking the 2700x with A gigabyte x470 Gaming 7 motherboard. I have a set of Trident Z royal 3600c16 B-Die kit of ram and started running into memory compatibility issues when trying to set the XMP profile in bios. The bios are F50 and the latest version currently available. Further, I am wanting to know if I upgrade my 2700x to a 3950x or 3900x, will this make my ram be able to boost to its rated speeds? I am aware the IMCs on the 2700x has been known to be dodgy, but would this updgrade solve my issue?(F.Y.I-No the Ram is not on the motherboard QVL listing)
At which speed is the RAM currently operating?
Did you manually try entering timings and voltage after setting XMP?
That might do the trick.

My personal experience...the RAM could work at rated speed by going with a Ryzen 3xxxx series CPU but it is not 100% guaranteed. It could be the oposite.

You could run your RAM at 3200MHz with tighter timings which could be as good as running the RAM at 3600MHz.
 

stefanos50

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Ryzen 3000 should have better ram compatibility but if the kit is not in the motherboard QVL still nothing is guarantee. I recently purchased a 3600 Mhz G.skill Neo kit that is optimized for 3rd gen ryzen and i was able to run it at 3600Mhz with 3700X and Gigabyte X370 Gaming k5 that didnt supposed to support more than 3200Mhz(OC) RAM. Still the difference from 3200Mhz to 3600Mhz is minimal not like going from 2133Mhz to 3200Mhz so if your RAM runs 3200Mhz or above i wouldnt mind the performance you lose is not that big.
 
I have the Royal Gold kit 3600 cl16 16 16 16 36 which did run on a rog strix x470 with my 2600x @ the 3600mhz.

Here is what i did to get it.
Docp for me Xmp for you Dram freq 3600
@ 1.45v
Proc 60
Rtt_nom Off
Rtt-wrt Dynamic Off
Rtt_park Auto

I later switched to a 3600x and the ram runs at it's rated speed by docp and freq @ 1.35v
Since then I have Tightened the timings to 15 15 15 15 30 45 @ 1.37v
Good Luck Hope This Helps!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 
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Kyle_38

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I have not been able to gain any stability from the kit over 3200MHZ, and hopefully, this will resolve with a simple bios update, but I have adjusted the settings since and came up with a solution. The answer was changing the bios settings and timings as the board post F9 with anything higher than 3200MHZ. Therefore, I have settled with:
13
13
13
13
26
@1.49v
on this kit

The most stable setting I was able to accomplish and, maybe, this will improve as we get updates. In the future, the 3950x or possibly the 4000 series upon release! Thank you all for your support and replies!
 

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