Ryzen DRAM Calculator v1.3.1
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Ryzen DRAM calculator helps with overclocking your memory on the AMD Ryzen platform.
It suggests memory timing sets optimized for your memory kit, for example B-die.
Using Ryzen DRAM calculator you can achieve higher memory overclocks with better stability.
Ryzen DRAM calculator is designed to work with all AMD Ryzen Zen architecture first and second generation processors.
v1.3.1 (July 30th, 2018)
- new extreme presets for samsung b-die
- correction procODT+RTT_PARK for samsung b-die, all micron + correction RTT_NOM for all memory
- new V2 profile (low quality chips) for samsung b-die
- added support high frequency for 4 dimm samsung b-die
- added support Hynix AFR/MFR in Overclocking potential DRAM
- pop-up windows are added for some situations
- main recomendation 20 20 20 20 for CAD_BUS is back
- correction some timings in all samsung b-die presets
- some correction in micron e-die preset
- picture "b-die termination" in folder
- geardown bug fix
- minor bug fix
v1.3.0 (July 28th, 2018)
- Fast preset more optimized, I advise you to start with it
- added initial support Hynix CFR (18nm), Micron E-die (16nm)
- substantially reworked most of the presets (timings, procODT, RTT, voltages)
- the "custom profile" now works a little differently, in most cases the XMP data is simply not compatible with Ryzen, so some timings are calculated according to a special algorithm. My opinion, importing a profile in most cases will not be successful anyway, AMD and Intel controllers have huge architectural differences and signal tolerances.
- combined Samsung e-die / d-die (v1 profile d-die, v2 - e-die)
- Extreme preset got a new life (I remind you that any memory requires additional cooling, if the memory heats above 52 degrees the system loses stability. AMD I have notified.)
- Overclocking potential DRAM is back for samsung b-die (for other chips, support will be added later)
- the combination for procODT + RTT now has more accurate recommendations for frequencies, with a change in frequency, these parameters change
- some items have been removed (for example, the recommendations have become smaller, DQS str + Data drive has been removed because most motherboards do not have these settings. These settings work only on ASUS CH6 / 7)
- new AGESA brought some changes in the power supply (PMU) for SOC / DRAM, the difference between generations of processors I did not see, because the choice of processor generation was removed
- appeared protection from stupid situations, when memory is not capable of working at the desired frequency, but the calculator gives suggestions
- added Help tab with 4 button (Overclocking Statistics + Information support)
- adaptation for older versions of Windows
- small UI changes
- TRFC2/4 now painted in gray color, that is, I do not recommend using them
- bug fixing
- in the folder with the program now there is a picture, it is a methodical tool to help you set up the system