[SOLVED] Which is better for DDR4 settings in bios

Feb 12, 2020
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Hello,

my build RAM: 64GB (4x16GB) G.Skill Trident Z RGB DDR4-3200MHz CL16-18-18-38 1.35V

I have to choose one of these scenarios since I can’t run XMP Profile 2 and get 3200MHz :

1- XMP Profile 1 2933MHz (CL16-18-18-38) Command rate 1T (DRAM Voltage: Auto , SoC Voltage: Auto)

2- XMP OFF 3000MHz (CL16-18-18-38) Command rate 1T (DRAM Voltage: Auto , SoC Voltage: Auto)

3- XMP OFF 2933MHz (CL14-16-16-36) Command rate 2T (DRAM Voltage: Auto , SoC Voltage: Auto)

All Stable perfectly.

Please note that the 3rd option go for Command Rate 2T.

Which scenario should I go for better performance??

Thanks in advance.


Build specs:
-Ryzen 2600 (non x) OCed 4.1 at 1.325V (perfectly stable)
-MSI b450 tomahawk MAX
-ASUS rog strix RX 570 OC edition 4 GDDR5
-TT thermaltake Water 3.0 360
-Seasonic 650 watt 80+ gold rated semi modular

- RAM (4 sticks x16gb) DDR4 3200 CL16-18-18-38
 
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you mean that if I go with any of the above options, it will be a fake speed and it will actually run at 1866 MHz?
nope, 1866 is officialy supported for dual ranked sticks, which means any stick placed in should work at this speed
any overclock above it is considered bonus, if it wont work u cant complain

as for first thread, run benchmarks, see whats best for your system, but i dont see much difference there
 
you mean that if I go with any of the above options, it will be a fake speed and it will actually run at 1866 MHz?
nope, 1866 is officialy supported for dual ranked sticks, which means any stick placed in should work at this speed
any overclock above it is considered bonus, if it wont work u cant complain

as for first thread, run benchmarks, see whats best for your system, but i dont see much difference there
 

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