Hi guys, I created a calculator that will make it easier to overclock the memory. It works with all kinds of memory and all zen processors. Ryzen DRAM Calculator 1.5.1 Download latest version:https://www.guru3d.com/files-details/download-ryzen-dram-calculator.html News and some important information: A huge amount of time was spent on testing, because of this I had to delay the release of the new version. There is a problem you need to know about. Timing tFAW in most cases does not have a fixed time, the rule tFAW = tRRDS * 4 does not work, this timing must be selected manually. For example, 3666 I have stable only at tFAW = 27, and 3333 at tFAW = 17. There is also a nuance, not all motherboards of the X470 generation received a new bus topology. The difference is in procODT, for example 3666, I can make it work with procODT 48, but some cards require procODT 60. In case of failure, you need to check the neighboring values of procODT. AGESA 220.127.116.11c has an improvement in DRAM overclocking, at the moment AMD strives to ensure that most of the key settings work perfectly in automatic mode. First of all it concerns CAD_BUS. The values 24 24 24 24 are relevant for single rank. The release of the final bios is scheduled for the end of July. At the moment, AMD has provided the developers of motherboards with a new AGESA 18.104.22.168. In addition to the Specter 2 patch, it is not known what it provides yet.[/SPOILER] Instructions on how to use the Ryzen Dram Calculator to get stable or faster ram on Ryzen systems Spoiler: For example my result This program is publicly available for publication in news resources and preparation of reviews. The copyright to the logic of the program and the product is present.