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Optimizing ddr4 timings

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Hi Guys,

can I optimize these timings or voltages any further?
Anyone suggestions?

Corsair vengeance LPX 3000 - CMK16GX4M2B3000C15
I think it´s a Hinyx Afr-die ....Taiphoon burner...but i´m not sure.
At some pages they mention that it could be a Cjr-die or even samsung B-die.
How to find out what it is without doubt?

ZenTimings_Screenshot.png
lpx 3000 cL15.jpg
 
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Hi,
Corsiar mostly uses micron not samsung so if it says hynix it probably is corsair uses cheapest it can find which is not b-die.
 
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I think it´s a Hinyx Afr-die ....Taiphoon burner...but i´m not sure.
At some pages they mention that it could be a Cjr-die or even samsung B-die.
How to find out what it is without doubt?
So what does ThaiphoonBurner shows? Any screenshot?
 
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No Samsung B-Die or Hynix CJR...

Says Hynix A-Die but Im not sure if its Hynix AFR or something new.
 
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No Samsung B-Die or Hynix CJR...

Says Hynix A-Die but Im not sure if its Hynix AFR or something new.
Part number ends with 'AFR', pretty sure that Hynix AFR = A-die. I've read it somewhere but I can't remember.

@ OP, those timings were made by Ryzen DRAM calculator?
 
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Part number ends with 'AFR', pretty sure that Hynix AFR = A-die. I've read it somewhere but I can't remember.

@ OP, those timings were made by Ryzen DRAM calculator?
Those timings are mine. Ryzen calculator´s timings didn´t work for my mobo.
After days searching and testing, these timings are stable and work well.
If you have any suggestion to optimize these timings, let me know.

btw. thanks for your replies
 
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Run some heavy stress test to make sure the overclock is 100% stable. I would give the calculator another chance to be honest, it's good software, but you should also read the guide as well. Make sure you input all necessary data, motherboard chipset info, CPU generation and also the HTML report that you can make with Thaiphoon burner. It's hard to give you specific suggestions because it depends on many things like your motherboard type and chipset, manufacturer, RAM's die, CPU generation, etc. That's why the calculator was made to make things easier.
 
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