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    hi,can anyone help me?

    i just bought a x470-f with ryzen 2700x gather,but my patriot RGB viper 3200mhz ram display at bios only 2133mhz,my bios ver.is 4008~can anyone can teach me step by step frequency from 2133 to 3200?because i reaaly noob in bios~thx~

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    Quote Originally Posted by cheehoou View Post
    i just bought a x470-f with ryzen 2700x gather,but my patriot RGB viper 3200mhz ram display at bios only 2133mhz,my bios ver.is 4008~can anyone can teach me step by step frequency from 2133 to 3200?because i reaaly noob in bios~thx~
    your memory in QVL ???? if you can just send us memory part number , if yes then go to an option that mentions an XMP profile. You have to enable that to get the OC'd RAM speeds.
    Last edited by ahmad_aljallad; 07-05-2018 at 09:07 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahmad_aljallad View Post
    your memory in QVL ???? if you can just send us memory part number , if yes then go to an option that mentions an XMP profile. You have to enable that to get the OC'd RAM speeds.
    i already enable d.o.c.p to 3200mhz,but seem like fail~coz main there still showing 2133mhz
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    With negative offset I am better on temps about 34° - 35°C idle and 55° - 60° C load, voltages are better too. idles at 0.756 V and peak at 1.456 V according to HWiNFO64.
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    How you are getting that it is still at 2133? How your are measuring this?
    Also the ram part number? In the biso go to tools > RAM SPD info and check the data in XMP profile.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cheehoou View Post
    i already enable d.o.c.p to 3200mhz,but seem like fail~coz main there still showing 2133mhz
    I would not trust D.O.C.P to always work, use the manual setting, and set the timings manual

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    Download 'ryzen dram calculator' and carefully watch this video:
    This caluclator will give all the recommendations needed.
    http://www.overclock.net/forum/13-am...-dram-am4.html

    #2
    Download 'thaiphoon burner', to get the info about your ram
    (only use read and report, dont write!)

    #3
    Download 'ryzen timing checker'
    handy to see all the current values of your ram

    start with the safe settings first in the ryzen dram calculator, and use CL16 at first
    if all works and stress tested then you can tweak it for more performance

    If computer does not boot, you might need to clear your bios cmos

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orb79 View Post
    I would not trust D.O.C.P to always work, use the manual setting, and set the timings manual

    #1
    Download 'ryzen dram calculator' and carefully watch this video:
    This caluclator will give all the recommendations needed.
    http://www.overclock.net/forum/13-am...-dram-am4.html

    #2
    Download 'thaiphoon burner', to get the info about your ram
    (only use read and report, dont write!)

    #3
    Download 'ryzen timing checker'
    handy to see all the current values of your ram

    start with the safe settings first in the ryzen dram calculator, and use CL16 at first
    if all works and stress tested then you can tweak it for more performance

    If computer does not boot, you might need to clear your bios cmos
    Careful with taiphoon it's an extremely dangerous program, especially with Aura enabled boards, its has been known to brick your ram with aura enabled, I didn't know or read this till after I finished using it and started getting errors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orb79 View Post
    I would not trust D.O.C.P to always work, use the manual setting, and set the timings manual

    #1
    Download 'ryzen dram calculator' and carefully watch this video:
    This caluclator will give all the recommendations needed.
    http://www.overclock.net/forum/13-am...-dram-am4.html

    #2
    Download 'thaiphoon burner', to get the info about your ram
    (only use read and report, dont write!)

    #3
    Download 'ryzen timing checker'
    handy to see all the current values of your ram

    start with the safe settings first in the ryzen dram calculator, and use CL16 at first
    if all works and stress tested then you can tweak it for more performance

    If computer does not boot, you might need to clear your bios cmos
    Tiphoon burner is not newbie friendly if written spd accidentally it may soft break the ram resulting bigger problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AniChatt View Post
    How you are getting that it is still at 2133? How your are measuring this?
    Also the ram part number? In the biso go to tools > RAM SPD info and check the data in XMP profile.
    yup,i also dont know why
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    Quote Originally Posted by ahmad_aljallad View Post
    your memory in QVL ???? if you can just send us memory part number , if yes then go to an option that mentions an XMP profile. You have to enable that to get the OC'd RAM speeds.
    hi,the parts number is PVR416G320C6K

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