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Download: DRAM Calculator for Ryzen updated to v1.4.0

Discussion in 'Frontpage news' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, Oct 11, 2018.

  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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  2. DaLoona

    DaLoona New Member

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    Link on website gives you 1.3.1, not 1.4.0 ;)
     
  3. mbk1969

    mbk1969 Ancient Guru

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    Ryzen CPUs need 3rd party calculators to run memory??? o_O:confused:
     
  4. DaLoona

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    Yes and no, it runs D.O.C.P. (AMD's variant of XMP) out-of-the-box, but mostly the automatically set secundary and tertiary timings are garbage and since Ryzen likes fast memory, you can use this calculator to fine-tune your memory, BUT if you get wrong chips on your DIMM's, you may indeed need it to run your memory at desired speeds.
    I have been lucky enough with all my kits used, that it worked with just D.O.C.P., but as I said, the other timings are true garbage.
     
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  5. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    Ah, one DL mirror did not RSYNC up properly, will be done in the next few minutes.
     
  6. hijodeosiris

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    Is there a chance using a DOCP profile with CAS 16 RAM would make the computer crash during aida 64 stability test or prime 95 test?

    I bought a pair of Delta II Team group 3000mhz ram and i cannot make my computer run stable 4.2 Ghz with 1.425V, and if leave everything at auto it runs the CPU @ 1.475V which im not sure is safe for everyday use
     
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    Fox2232 Ancient Guru

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    BSOD or Hard freeze with screen stuck on desktop/application?
    BSOD... likely memory
    Frozen screen... likely CPU
     
  8. hijodeosiris

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    Could not ask for a better ELI5. Was wondering since I´n OCing a new 2600 but with p95 or aida stability test the PC immediately freezes, so i have to restart, even with cinebench the precise moment y press the run button for the multi test, it freezes. Wierd considering I´m running pretty mcuh exactly what hilbert recommended in his review. Well thx mate.
     
  9. ManofGod

    ManofGod Maha Guru

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    Well, the best I have gotten on my R5 2600 is 4.180 GHz at 1.4v. At 4.2GHz, no matter what voltage I throw at it, IBT will crash.
     
  10. hijodeosiris

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    TY
    Then i think I´m golden with 4.15 Ghz at 1.425?
     
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  11. DaLoona

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    Can you use a negative offset voltage?? If so, trie setting it to -0.05V on the Vcore. I got mine @-0.0875V
    And now it will get no higher then 1.463V, with zero heat issues, but it still turbos to 4.34Ghz, board is an Asus RoG Strix X470-F gaming, with a Noctua NH-D15 btw.
    Also, take in account it never uses that voltage for a sustained period of time. According to more users, it seems some will do 1.55V peak voltage and according to an AMD rep (can't find link at the moment), it doesn't do any harm, is will only do that for a very very short amount of time and only if certain voltage/current/temp limits aren't exceeded.
    Download HWinfo64 and see what average voltage is, as long is that below ~1.4V you're fine
     
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  12. GREGIX

    GREGIX Master Guru

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    AIDA mostly crash when CPU has not enough voltage. In like 5 min of it. For memorys test use HCI memtest. Ofc AIDA can crash due bad memory settings and/or voltage too. First check mems at CPU defaults. Then OC CPU. Find proper settings. Then try mems/oc them, but that may req more voltage on CPU...and RAM itself ofc.
     
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    I was able to fine tune a lot of my secondary timings which until now i didn't want to mess with due to lack of info on the subject.
     
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    Thank you for the heads up Boss , very handy utility.
     
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    Will need to look in to this when I get my GPU back from repairs.
     

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