The AMD Ryzen All In One Thread /Overclocking/Memory Speeds & Timings/Tweaking/Cooling Part 2

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    @P.O.N. Pretty positive it's Hynix A die.

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    tRFC 612 had two errors after 6h30 of TestMem5 anta777 extreme, currently running 662 but only tested for 2-3hours.
    Once I get some time I'll validate 662 and work my way down 612 by dichotomy. (638 -> 627 ...)
     
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    Well, I finally went on my first DDR5 journey. I was running the 32GB Trident Z5 Neo 6000C30 kit but then I came into two sets of RAM - one 2x48GB SK Hynix (m-die) 5600C40 kit and one 2x16GB V-Color 8000C36 kit (I don't know the die yet as I haven't popped it into my system. Anyways, I was able to slap Buildzoid's low effort Hynix m-die settings on the 96GB kit and I just used the same primary timings as the Z5 Neo (as they are both m-die) and it worked! Both of these kits came naked so I was able to pass memtest86 and prime95 but when I put on furmark 2 and prime95 it failed pretty quickly. I ordered 90 degree 24 pin and internal usb 3 adapters to let the intake air hit the ram better, a 4 pack of JEYI DDR5 heatsinks, an OwlTree 12.8w/mk three pack of different thicknesses 100mmx100mm (0.5,1.0,1.5) and a Jonsbo NF-1 active RAM cooler. They finally came in the other day and I got the 96GB kit all setup and it passes the hammer test of furmark 2 and prime95 large ffts! It's is insane I could just pop in the exact same settings as my Z5 Neo kit and they worked.

    I would appreciate any suggestions on how to optimise and/or tighten up any settings as I have very little experience with tuning RAM. My only real experience was back on AM4 with the aid of 1usmus dram calculator which really took out having to have any actual knowledge of RAM tuning.

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    I am thinking of ditching the active ram cooler as with the heatsinks I don't think I need it and it seems to me like it is interfering with the internal wind tunnel that the case fans create though I haven't looked at thermals to confirm yet.

    I'm also thinking that if the 9800X3D actually benefits from faster RAM that I will pop in that 8000C36 kit and have a whirl which it but I don't think that it would be any better than this kit for gaming on the 7800X3D. I know I could get this kit to 6200 or 6400 but that would require more tuning which I don't really know how to do. I might try just popping the speed up and seeing if it works, lol. Still, I am very happy with what I have atm.
     
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    idk if this is the right place but, i updated today my B550m Aorus Elite BIOS to the most recent one F20a, and now I cant change the Secure Bot to Enabled-Active. Right now its Enabled-Inactive and every time i try to change, it says Secure Variable Update is locked down. Any helpers?
     
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    Ya flash back to the last older bios the one that worked unless this new one fixed something else for you.
     
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    If someone will ever OC a M-die RAM with Rysen 7000, this is the best I could after some months of testing, with VDD at 1.435 V

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    Guys, I did some research with a Curve Optimized Rysen 9 7900: tight 6000 MT vs. 6400 MT. Only variables are RAM, IF and voltages.
    I have a M-die at VDD 1.435 V. Did a first run at PPT 88 W and a second at 142 W.
    Both profiles were properly tested for stability, but each benchmark were run only once.

    TLDR: 6000 CL28 performed better than 6400 CL30 at 88 W with the obvious exception of memory bandwidth and latency. At PPT 142 W the results were balanced.

    I should note that the SOC power consumption for running 6400 MT is significantly higher than 6000 MT. This extra power can increase the idle power consumption of your system:
    Min SOC power: 10.63 W at 6000 MT vs. 18.37 W at 6400 MT
    Max SOC power: 14.6 W at 6000 MT vs. 24.74 W at 6400 MT​

    First run (stock TDP at 65 W - PPT 88 W, TDC 75 A, EDC 150 A)
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    Second run (custom TDP 105 W - PPT 142 W, TDC 110 A, EDC 170 A)
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    Very in-depth interview about Zen5 frontend, with the father of Zen.

     

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