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Help get fclk to 1900

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As title says I'm trying to get fclk to 1900 with a 3600x, new bios is great and I've been getting 1866 stable since installing it but 1900 still gives telltale windows audio corruption. Any tips especially voltages from those getting 1900 stable? I boosted nb soc by 0.1v to get 1866 stable and tried 0.15 but 1900 won't even post there. Am I missing something like memory fabric or whatever, new bios has some extra stuff to mess with.
 

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It is one of those things that either does it or not.
At least from what I have seen this far with my system.
 
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Is 33 Mhz worth a headache or is it ocd ?
 
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Is 33 Mhz worth a headache or is it ocd ?
Lol, probably ocd at this point, one time I got dressed and undressed 3 times before bed, sometimes I repeatedly flick light switches, also like buying things in multiples of 2, not always but ocd does kick in sometimes a lot. Also that 33mhz translates into 500mbps increase in read and write speed on the ram.
 
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Did you try settings with "Ryzen DRAM Calculator"..?

...any AIDA64 bench done?
 
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Did you try settings with "Ryzen DRAM Calculator"..?

...any AIDA64 bench done?
Yeah, also just dropped my trfc to 290, here's a screenshot. Can't really change the other timings much, they're dialed in for the speed, but the new bios has improved a bunch of things so I went back and played with them a bit but run into errors with p95 rather quickly, the only one I can drop reliably is the trfc. Just tried again and got a few down a little more.
 

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At this point you should be happy with those settings and the performance. Dont hunt down higher MB/s, you are already high enough. You wont see any more real life performance other than AIDA scores.
Low latency is the main goal with Ryzen CPUs and you got that very well, compared to a more "stock" 3200~3600 CL16~18 DRAM (72~75ns).

To get below 64~65ns is really hard. I'm around 65.5~66ns started from 71~72ns.
 
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