Question Worth OC’ing Adata 2400 DDR4?

Feb 23, 2019
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Messing around with my original memory before my 3200 MHz g.skill trident gets to me and was curious if was worth while to see if I can get a little more out of it. I’ve not yet messed with it in BIOS, and the XMP profiles are not applicable obviously with it and my b350m bazooka motherboard. Messing with the cpu and gpu(R5 1400, 1060 6gb), it’s actually helped speed it up quite a bit. CPU wise, on CineBench, stock 3.2, was around 1409 score and an all core clock @ 3.42 netted a 150 point increase in score. Again nothing crazy, but decent numbers considering the cpu it is and stock cooling. Thus the reason I figured I’d try the memory. As I also read/watched ryzen CPU’s reach a better benchmark score strictly off a ram OC, not touching the cpu. I just see a lot of people getting a lot more out of their memory than the listed speed. Appreciate the read and help/info.
 
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I will add that it does seem to be running at close to full speed now, as CPUz shows it at 1199. Given it being a 2400 stick, timing of 17-17-17-39(bank cycle being 56) command rate 1T
 

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