• Welcome to TechPowerUp Forums, Guest! Please check out our forum guidelines for info related to our community.

What is your max infinity fabric on ryzen 5000? September 2021 edition

What is your max stable ram speed/infinity fabric?

  • 3666/1833 or lower

    Votes: 25 18.4%
  • 3733/1866

    Votes: 27 19.9%
  • 3800/1900

    Votes: 47 34.6%
  • 3866/1933

    Votes: 3 2.2%
  • 3933/1966

    Votes: 4 2.9%
  • 4000/2000

    Votes: 19 14.0%
  • 4066/2033

    Votes: 1 0.7%
  • 4133/2066

    Votes: 2 1.5%
  • 4200/2100 or above

    Votes: 8 5.9%

  • Total voters
    136
Joined
Dec 30, 2007
Messages
1,207 (0.22/day)
Location
Bitola, Macedonia
System Name Brutus
Processor AMD Ryzen 5600X PBO
Motherboard Asus Prime X570-P
Cooling EKWB AIO 240MM Push-Pull fans
Memory Patriot Viper Steel DDR4 4000 32GB (4x8) @4066 CL16, Custom Timings
Video Card(s) Asus GTX 1080Ti FE OC
Storage Kingston A2000 500GB + Toshiba 1TB HDD
Display(s) Samsung 24" S24D300 + 2x LG LED 24"
Case Cooler Master H500
Audio Device(s) SB X-Fi Titanium Fatality Professional
Power Supply Sama Forza Modular 750W 80+ Gold
Mouse Cooler Master Master Keys Lite
Keyboard Cooler Master Master Keys Lite
Software Windows 10 Pro 64-Bit
4066 A2-A0 TM5 Stable.jpg


Freshly tested yesterday, swapped the sticks around (A0-A2-A0-A2 -> A2-A0-A2-A0)

4x8 :)
 
Joined
Jan 5, 2006
Messages
14,927 (2.39/day)
System Name AlderLake / Laptop
Processor Intel i7 12700K / Intel i3 7100U
Motherboard Gigabyte Z690 Aorus Master / HP 83A3 (U3E1)
Cooling Noctua NH-U12A 2 fans + Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut Extreme + 5 case fans / Fan
Memory 32GB DDR5 Corsair Dominator Platinum RGB 6000MHz CL36 / 8GB DDR4 HyperX CL13
Video Card(s) MSI RTX 2070 Super Gaming X Trio / Intel HD620
Storage Samsung 980 Pro 1TB + 970 Evo 500GB + 850 Pro 512GB + 860 Evo 1TB x2 / Samsung 256GB M.2 SSD
Display(s) 23.8" Dell S2417DG 165Hz G-Sync 1440p / 14" 1080p IPS Glossy
Case Be quiet! Silent Base 600 - Window / HP Pavilion
Audio Device(s) Panasonic SA-PMX94 / Realtek onboard + B&O speaker system / Harman Kardon Go + Play / Logitech G533
Power Supply Seasonic Focus Plus Gold 750W / Powerbrick
Mouse Logitech MX Anywhere 2 Laser wireless / Logitech M330 wireless
Keyboard RAPOO E9270P Black 5GHz wireless / HP backlit
Software Windows 11 / Windows 10
Benchmark Scores Cinebench R23 (Single Core) 1936 @ stock Cinebench R23 (Multi Core) 23006 @ stock
Joined
Oct 16, 2018
Messages
814 (0.52/day)
Location
Uttar Pradesh, India
Processor AMD R7 1700X @ 4100Mhz
Motherboard MSI B450M MORTAR MAX (MS-7B89)
Cooling Phanteks PH-TC14PE
Memory Crucial Technology 16GB DR (DDR4-3600) - C9BLM:045M:E BL16G36C16U4W.M16FE1 X2 @ CL14
Video Card(s) XFX RX480 GTR 8GB @ 1408Mhz (AMD Auto OC)
Storage Samsung SSD 850 EVO 250GB
Display(s) Acer KG271 1080p @ 81Hz
Power Supply SuperFlower Leadex II 750W 80+ Gold
Keyboard Redragon Devarajas RGB
Software Microsoft Windows 10 (10.0) Professional 64-bit
Benchmark Scores https://valid.x86.fr/mvvj3a
Morning community,

I just updated my setup with a new memory kit and was working to adjust everything on my rig and happen to come across this post. I thought I might see if I can get some assistance/guidance on a good configuration for everyday use. I put everything back to default in bios and have only enabled XMP profiles.
Current PC Specs:
CPU: Ryzen 5600x
CPU Cooler: Artic Freezer II 240 AIO
HDD:
OS:Samsung 980 PRO 1TB Win 10 64
Spare HDD:970 EVO 500GB
Spare HDD: 3 SATA Mec drives
Memory: 4x8=32 GSKILL Trident Z RGB 4000mhz cl15 Kit=F4-4000C15Q-32GTZR
MB: MSI MAG x570 Tomahawk Wifi
GPU: Sapphire Nitro+ 5700xt
850w PSU
Bios Settings: All default setting except below.
XMP on set to Profile 1 DDR4 4000mhz 15-16-16-36
FCLK: 2000mhz

Everything boots and runs normally but getting WHEA errors after OCCT mem testing. Looking to adjust setting to see if I can get it stable. Kinda new in the OC arena. I read the setting in previous comments but nit sure I have them with my setup.
Thanks!
That is some really good bin Samsung B-die.

If its boots which it does you are more than halfway there to get it WHEA free.

Two voltages that need to be adjusted is VSOC and IOD.
FOR VSOC you maybe need between 1.2V upto 1.25V
IOD between 1.1V-1.15V

I would not run higher than those values on a daily setup. On one of my boards I need at least 1.21V VSOC and 1.15V IOD to be WHEA free at 3933 CL15.
H5.jpg
 
Joined
Aug 9, 2019
Messages
1,301 (1.03/day)
Processor Ryzen 5600X@4.85 CO
Motherboard Gigabyte B550m S2H
Cooling BeQuiet Dark Rock Slim
Memory Patriot Viper 4400cl19 2x8@4000cl16 tight subs
Video Card(s) Asus 3060ti TUF OC
Storage WD blue 1TB nvme
Display(s) Lenovo G24-10 144Hz
Case Corsair D4000 Airflow
Power Supply EVGA GQ 650W
Software Windows 10 home 64
Benchmark Scores CB20 4710@4.7GHz Aida64 50.4ns 4.8GHz+4000cl15 tuned ram SOTTR 1080p low 263fps avg CPU game
Morning community,

I just updated my setup with a new memory kit and was working to adjust everything on my rig and happen to come across this post. I thought I might see if I can get some assistance/guidance on a good configuration for everyday use. I put everything back to default in bios and have only enabled XMP profiles.
Current PC Specs:
CPU: Ryzen 5600x
CPU Cooler: Artic Freezer II 240 AIO
HDD:
OS:Samsung 980 PRO 1TB Win 10 64
Spare HDD:970 EVO 500GB
Spare HDD: 3 SATA Mec drives
Memory: 4x8=32 GSKILL Trident Z RGB 4000mhz cl15 Kit=F4-4000C15Q-32GTZR
MB: MSI MAG x570 Tomahawk Wifi
GPU: Sapphire Nitro+ 5700xt
850w PSU
Bios Settings: All default setting except below.
XMP on set to Profile 1 DDR4 4000mhz 15-16-16-36
FCLK: 2000mhz

Everything boots and runs normally but getting WHEA errors after OCCT mem testing. Looking to adjust setting to see if I can get it stable. Kinda new in the OC arena. I read the setting in previous comments but nit sure I have them with my setup.
Thanks!
Many WHEA19 or a few? If you get like 1 a minute minor voltage adjustment can fix it, if you get 10+ you should lower fclk. 3800/1900 is WHEA19 free for most.
 

Merritt1232005

New Member
Joined
Nov 28, 2022
Messages
9 (0.15/day)
Many WHEA19 or a few? If you get like 1 a minute minor voltage adjustment can fix it, if you get 10+ you should lower fclk. 3800/1900 is WHEA19 free for most.
Not sure because as soon as I seen the first error within 8 seconds of the testing I stopped it and turned it off. I can retest again to check it.

That is some really good bin Samsung B-die.

If its boots which it does you are more than halfway there to get it WHEA free.

Two voltages that need to be adjusted is VSOC and IOD.
FOR VSOC you maybe need between 1.2V upto 1.25V
IOD between 1.1V-1.15V

I would not run higher than those values on a daily setup. On one of my boards I need at least 1.21V VSOC and 1.15V IOD to be WHEA free at 3933 CL15.
View attachment 272144
I'll try the voltage change to see if that clears it up.

Not sure because as soon as I seen the first error within 8 seconds of the testing I stopped it and turned it off. I can retest again to check it.


I'll try the voltage change to see if that clears it up.
Ok I just changed the voltage on both and seems be be running without WHEA errors for 55 mins now using OCCT memory tester on AVX2.
Current voltage settings in bios: Everything else is default.
SOC Volts: 1.25
IOD Volts: 1.175
Promising but I'll keep the test running and if it stays stable I should be good with that except I'm going to try and lower the IOD volts closer to 1.150 Volts. I was still getting WHEA erros @ 1.150 Volts so I raised it a bit and seems to have done the trick.

So at this rate if everything checks out then that means I'm running everything 1-1 ratio with IF @ 2000mhz with all 4 ram slots loaded. Seems harder for most to hit this target with the 5600x. Would this because the memory kit or maybe Silicon lottery?
 
Joined
Oct 16, 2018
Messages
814 (0.52/day)
Location
Uttar Pradesh, India
Processor AMD R7 1700X @ 4100Mhz
Motherboard MSI B450M MORTAR MAX (MS-7B89)
Cooling Phanteks PH-TC14PE
Memory Crucial Technology 16GB DR (DDR4-3600) - C9BLM:045M:E BL16G36C16U4W.M16FE1 X2 @ CL14
Video Card(s) XFX RX480 GTR 8GB @ 1408Mhz (AMD Auto OC)
Storage Samsung SSD 850 EVO 250GB
Display(s) Acer KG271 1080p @ 81Hz
Power Supply SuperFlower Leadex II 750W 80+ Gold
Keyboard Redragon Devarajas RGB
Software Microsoft Windows 10 (10.0) Professional 64-bit
Benchmark Scores https://valid.x86.fr/mvvj3a
Not sure because as soon as I seen the first error within 8 seconds of the testing I stopped it and turned it off. I can retest again to check it.


I'll try the voltage change to see if that clears it up.


Ok I just changed the voltage on both and seems be be running without WHEA errors for 55 mins now using OCCT memory tester on AVX2.
Current voltage settings in bios: Everything else is default.
SOC Volts: 1.25
IOD Volts: 1.175
Promising but I'll keep the test running and if it stays stable I should be good with that except I'm going to try and lower the IOD volts closer to 1.150 Volts. I was still getting WHEA erros @ 1.150 Volts so I raised it a bit and seems to have done the trick.

So at this rate if everything checks out then that means I'm running everything 1-1 ratio with IF @ 2000mhz with all 4 ram slots loaded. Seems harder for most to hit this target with the 5600x. Would this because the memory kit or maybe Silicon lottery?
Consider also running 3933 FCLK 1966. That should require less IOD than 1.175V which is on the high side.
 

Merritt1232005

New Member
Joined
Nov 28, 2022
Messages
9 (0.15/day)
Consider also running 3933 FCLK 1966. That should require less IOD than 1.175V which is on the high side.
I was able to modify the FCLK to 1967Mhz and 3933 for Ram and dialed back on the IOD voltage to 1.150 volts and everything is stable without WHEA errors.

Appreciate the guidance!
 
Joined
Jun 2, 2017
Messages
5,265 (2.55/day)
System Name Best AMD Computer
Processor AMD 5800X3D
Motherboard MSI X570S ACE Max
Cooling In Win SR36
Memory TEAM EXTREME 3600 32GB 15-15-15-35
Video Card(s) Sapphire Pulse 7900XTX
Storage Seagate 530 2Tb, Adata SX8200 2TBx2, Kingston 2 TBx2, Micron 8 TB, WD AN 1500
Display(s) GIGABYTE FV43U
Case Corsair 7000D Airflow
Audio Device(s) Corsair Void Pro, Logitch Z523 5.1
Power Supply Deepcool 1000M
Mouse Logitech g7 gaming mouse
Keyboard Logitech G510
Software Windows 11 Pro 64 Steam. GOG, Uplay, Origin
Benchmark Scores Firestrike: 24955 Time Spy: 13500
Updated to 3600 14-15-15-36
 

Attachments

  • cachemem.png
    cachemem.png
    93.1 KB · Views: 48

izy

Joined
Jun 30, 2022
Messages
455 (2.14/day)
Not sure because as soon as I seen the first error within 8 seconds of the testing I stopped it and turned it off. I can retest again to check it.


I'll try the voltage change to see if that clears it up.


Ok I just changed the voltage on both and seems be be running without WHEA errors for 55 mins now using OCCT memory tester on AVX2.
Current voltage settings in bios: Everything else is default.
SOC Volts: 1.25
IOD Volts: 1.175
Promising but I'll keep the test running and if it stays stable I should be good with that except I'm going to try and lower the IOD volts closer to 1.150 Volts. I was still getting WHEA erros @ 1.150 Volts so I raised it a bit and seems to have done the trick.

So at this rate if everything checks out then that means I'm running everything 1-1 ratio with IF @ 2000mhz with all 4 ram slots loaded. Seems harder for most to hit this target with the 5600x. Would this because the memory kit or maybe Silicon lottery?
My 1933MHZ OC was stable without WHEA in OCCT AVX2 and some other stress tests but when i tested with OCCT SSE i was getting many WHEAs so maybe you should check SSE instead.
 

freeagent

Moderator
Staff member
Joined
Sep 16, 2018
Messages
5,127 (3.21/day)
Location
Winnipeg, Canada
System Name Street Meat
Processor AMD R7 5900X
Motherboard Asus Strix B550-XE
Cooling Thermalright Frost Commander 140 White
Memory 2x8 G.Skill Trident Z Royal 3200C14, 2x8GB G.Skill Trident Z Black and White 3200 C14
Video Card(s) EVGA RTX 3070 Ti FTW3 Ultra
Storage WD SN850 1TB, SN750 1TB, SN750 500GB, Asus Hyper M.2, 2x Intel 545S 256GB, 1TB Toshiba spinner
Display(s) LG 50UP7100
Case Fractal Torrent Compact RGB
Audio Device(s) JBL 2.1 Deep Bass
Power Supply EVGA G+ 750, Monster HDP1800
Mouse Zowie EC2 Evo
Keyboard Logitech G213
Software Yes
Benchmark Scores Yes
IOD @ 1.15v :eek:

:rockout:
 

3x0

Joined
Oct 6, 2022
Messages
284 (2.47/day)
Processor AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D
Motherboard MSI MPG B550I Gaming Edge Wi-Fi ITX
Cooling Scythe Fuma 2 rev. B Noctua NF-A12x25 Edition
Memory 2x16GiB G.Skill TridentZ DDR4 3200Mb/s CL14 F4-3200C14D-32GTZKW
Video Card(s) Gigabyte Radeon RX6600XT Gaming OC Pro 8G Noctua NF-A12x25 Edition
Storage Western Digital Black SN850 WDS100T1X0E-00AFY0 1TiB, Western Digital Blue 3D WDS200T2B0A 2TiB
Display(s) ASUS VG259QM 25” IPS 1080P 240Hz
Case Cooler Master NR200P ITX
Audio Device(s) Altec Lansing 220, HyperX Cloud
Power Supply Seasonic Focus SGX 500W SFX
Mouse Glorious Model O-
Keyboard HyperX Alloy Origins Aqua
SOC 1.25v is a bit concerning too
 

Merritt1232005

New Member
Joined
Nov 28, 2022
Messages
9 (0.15/day)
My 1933MHZ OC was stable without WHEA in OCCT AVX2 and some other stress tests but when i tested with OCCT SSE i was getting many WHEAs so maybe you should check SSE instead.
Just passed 10min mark on the SSE testing and no errors so I'll let that run for a bit. Fingers crossed.

:toast:
 

izy

Joined
Jun 30, 2022
Messages
455 (2.14/day)
Just passed 10min mark on the SSE testing and no errors so I'll let that run for a bit. Fingers crossed.

:toast:
Sounds good , mine had wheas in sse after like 5 min but no whaes in avx2, i cant get it stable whatever voltages im throwing at it on 1900+.
Edit: i mean its stable and works just fine but cant get rid of wheas.
 
Last edited:

Merritt1232005

New Member
Joined
Nov 28, 2022
Messages
9 (0.15/day)
Sounds good , mine had wheas in sse after like 5 min but no whaes in avx2, i cant get it stable whatever voltages im throwing at it on 1900+.
Edit: i mean its stable and works just fine but cant get rid of wheas.
What is your setup? Specifically what motherboard, cpu and memory specs are you running?
 
Last edited:

izy

Joined
Jun 30, 2022
Messages
455 (2.14/day)
This is what i have stable ( i tried with the RAM from my other computer and no luck)
1669779308199.png


What is your setup? Specifically what motherboard, cpu and memory specs are you running?
Edit: Im running 4 sticks 32GB in general but when testing some OC i only keep 2 sticks.
 
Joined
Oct 16, 2018
Messages
814 (0.52/day)
Location
Uttar Pradesh, India
Processor AMD R7 1700X @ 4100Mhz
Motherboard MSI B450M MORTAR MAX (MS-7B89)
Cooling Phanteks PH-TC14PE
Memory Crucial Technology 16GB DR (DDR4-3600) - C9BLM:045M:E BL16G36C16U4W.M16FE1 X2 @ CL14
Video Card(s) XFX RX480 GTR 8GB @ 1408Mhz (AMD Auto OC)
Storage Samsung SSD 850 EVO 250GB
Display(s) Acer KG271 1080p @ 81Hz
Power Supply SuperFlower Leadex II 750W 80+ Gold
Keyboard Redragon Devarajas RGB
Software Microsoft Windows 10 (10.0) Professional 64-bit
Benchmark Scores https://valid.x86.fr/mvvj3a
What's the specs on the memory?
His RAM is Mircon Rev. E and yours is Samsung B-die.

Micron Ram can generally do higher MCLK with less voltages.
Samsung B-die can do lower CL with tighter sub-timings. Some good bins like yours may also do high MCLK.

Two completely different IC manufacturers that behave differently.
ProcODT and other settings are different between these two sticks so don't copy settings between the two.
 

Merritt1232005

New Member
Joined
Nov 28, 2022
Messages
9 (0.15/day)
Here you go: https://files.fm/thumb_show.php?i=xmrsq92at
This RAM has 1802 XMP ^_^



Ram is fine , found on Reddit .. someone did 4400MHZ

Do you know if the voltage you're MB is putting to the socket is accurate? I know it differs by manufacturer but if you set the SOC to 1.150 Volts in bios ect it could be reading it wrong with the sensors and actually be close to 1.500 or higher in some case's but again that just what I've been made aware of. You're milage may vary on that and the only way to know for sure is with a volt meter to the back of the MB socket/VRM area while it's running and under a load. If your not comfortable with doing that I would advise against it cause you could brick your system if you are not up to the task. Outside of tweaking the settings one way or the other it will likely come down to how good the parts (CPU,Ram) are with your build. I'm by no means an expert but I'm aware that all the above factors in to you achieving your goals of higher clocks and how your system functions with the commands you give it.
 
Joined
Aug 9, 2019
Messages
1,301 (1.03/day)
Processor Ryzen 5600X@4.85 CO
Motherboard Gigabyte B550m S2H
Cooling BeQuiet Dark Rock Slim
Memory Patriot Viper 4400cl19 2x8@4000cl16 tight subs
Video Card(s) Asus 3060ti TUF OC
Storage WD blue 1TB nvme
Display(s) Lenovo G24-10 144Hz
Case Corsair D4000 Airflow
Power Supply EVGA GQ 650W
Software Windows 10 home 64
Benchmark Scores CB20 4710@4.7GHz Aida64 50.4ns 4.8GHz+4000cl15 tuned ram SOTTR 1080p low 263fps avg CPU game
This is what i have stable ( i tried with the RAM from my other computer and no luck)
View attachment 272249


Edit: Im running 4 sticks 32GB in general but when testing some OC i only keep 2 sticks.
Nice tuning! If I were to change something I would try lowering voltages, timings are very good for rev E. I would try SOC 0.95-1.05, IOD 0.9-1.0, CCD and VDDP 0.8-0.9. Try highest suggested first, then lower. It will make IO-die consume way less and make cores boost better. Do you have curve optimizer active?
 
  • Like
Reactions: izy

izy

Joined
Jun 30, 2022
Messages
455 (2.14/day)
Nice tuning! If I were to change something I would try lowering voltages, timings are very good for rev E. I would try SOC 0.95-1.05, IOD 0.9-1.0, CCD and VDDP 0.8-0.9. Try highest suggested first, then lower. It will make IO-die consume way less and make cores boost better. Do you have curve optimizer active?
Everything is on auto other than the RAM voltage, my FCLK is stuck at 1867, works till 2000 or something but with WHEAs. Thanks :)
Edit:
IOD 0.9 no problem (can i go even lower?), maybe i should give it a try for 1900 with lower IOD , only tried with higher IODs.
Do i need to check RAM too after lowering IOD?
CPU is boosting 4650 - 4675 in OCCT AVX2.

UPDATE: I could get VDDP , CCD and IOD at 0,9v , seems stable in OCCT extreme setting. I tried to get them at 0.85 but im getting WHEAs and i didnt try anything between , SOC doesnt want to get any lower , i left it on AUTO.
1669919057012.png
 

Attachments

  • Untitled222.png
    Untitled222.png
    12.1 KB · Views: 15
Last edited:
Joined
Aug 9, 2019
Messages
1,301 (1.03/day)
Processor Ryzen 5600X@4.85 CO
Motherboard Gigabyte B550m S2H
Cooling BeQuiet Dark Rock Slim
Memory Patriot Viper 4400cl19 2x8@4000cl16 tight subs
Video Card(s) Asus 3060ti TUF OC
Storage WD blue 1TB nvme
Display(s) Lenovo G24-10 144Hz
Case Corsair D4000 Airflow
Power Supply EVGA GQ 650W
Software Windows 10 home 64
Benchmark Scores CB20 4710@4.7GHz Aida64 50.4ns 4.8GHz+4000cl15 tuned ram SOTTR 1080p low 263fps avg CPU game
Everything is on auto other than the RAM voltage, my FCLK is stuck at 1867, works till 2000 or something but with WHEAs. Thanks :)
Edit:
IOD 0.9 no problem (can i go even lower?), maybe i should give it a try for 1900 with lower IOD , only tried with higher IODs.
Do i need to check RAM too after lowering IOD?
CPU is boosting 4650 - 4675 in OCCT AVX2.

UPDATE: I could get VDDP , CCD and IOD at 0,9v , seems stable in OCCT extreme setting. I tried to get them at 0.85 but im getting WHEAs and i didnt try anything between , SOC doesnt want to get any lower , i left it on AUTO.
View attachment 272491
Run aida to see if performance is the same. Too low IOD usually doesn't affect stability, but it will reduce performance. Example on my setup:
4000 IOD aida ns:
1.04v 53.7ns
1.03v 54ns
1.02v 55-56ns
1.01v 57-59ns

100% stable, just slower.

Kerp 1867 is you get WHEA19 above :) There is little benefit above 1900 since you must raise VDD18 which can't be done on all MBs. I used to run 4000 (I never get WHEA19), but it reqUIRES 1.88V VDD18, which increases CPU-temp by 5-10C vs 1.6v VDD18 I can run at 3800. Performance with 4000 is only about 2% better so not worth it.

Ypu could try lowering WR/RTP btw: keep WR twice of RTP.
14/7
12/6
10/5
May work and give slight boost. RFC and RC may also go lower. RC maybe 52-54, RFC 520, 528 or 536. My previos rev E kit could do 522 at 3733.
 

izy

Joined
Jun 30, 2022
Messages
455 (2.14/day)
Run aida to see if performance is the same. Too low IOD usually doesn't affect stability, but it will reduce performance. Example on my setup:
4000 IOD aida ns:
1.04v 53.7ns
1.03v 54ns
1.02v 55-56ns
1.01v 57-59ns

100% stable, just slower.

Kerp 1867 is you get WHEA19 above :) There is little benefit above 1900 since you must raise VDD18 which can't be done on all MBs. I used to run 4000 (I never get WHEA19), but it reqUIRES 1.88V VDD18, which increases CPU-temp by 5-10C vs 1.6v VDD18 I can run at 3800. Performance with 4000 is only about 2% better so not worth it.

Ypu could try lowering WR/RTP btw: keep WR twice of RTP.
14/7
12/6
10/5
May work and give slight boost. RFC and RC may also go lower. RC maybe 52-54, RFC 520, 528 or 536. My previos rev E kit could do 522 at 3733.
Ill check AIDA later , i tested CB single and im getting better results while the multi are the same.
Yes ill stick to 1867 , my RAM couldnt do stable CL14 at 1900 anyway (have to do CL15 with some timings increased) and i prefer a stable system for when im working on this system, im only trying to push its limits for fun but ofc if i find something stable i wont throw away the extra performance :)
 
Top