Now that my ram is running at 1600Mhz (3200) with stock settings, I decided to briefly experiment with overclocking my overclocked ram... I am currently running fine @ 1633MHz (3266); and of course I tried 1666.5 Mhz (3333), and was surprised to see that it is actually 98% stable and booting was no problem--thanks to AMD's latest 1.1.0.x AGESA. (But 98% still meant the occasional GSOD, so I have throttled back to 1633Mhz with 100% stability so far.) Anyway, the performance I am talking about is not related to overclocking the cpu as much as it is what happens with Ryzen when ram speed/bandwidth increases. Running at 3.8GHz on the cpu (my "stock" setting for my R5 1600), and running several cpu benches, with each iteration above 1600MHz (3200), the results ratchet up higher, in line with the increased bandwidth. So I'm wondering what the limit for the current Ryzen architecture might be in terms of performance increases gained through DDR4 bandwidth increases (with a static cpu clock)...I would expect that at some point the cpu performance gained through DDR4 bandwidth oc'ing would peak and remain static, regardless of how much higher the DD4 ram is clocked. It's just that I haven't found that ceiling yet--3333Mhz on the sys ram isn't the ceiling and I seriously doubt that 1700MHz (3400) would be, either. It looks like the only thing holding Ryzen back atm is available DDR4 bandwidth. Anyone run their own experiments?