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    Quote Originally Posted by Prydeless View Post
    I have a 3900x on a CH7 and have overclocked my ram to 3600 (ram boot voltage is what is giving alot of people c5 errors, it defaults @ 1.2)

    Anyways, here are my timings, set the ram to manual with the fclk to 1800 (half of ram speed, don't leave on auto, your latency will be alot higher if you leave on auto)

    https://imgur.com/a/1nbMl4B

    Hope that helps.
    3600 was possible under the 2700x if you had 16gb or less. I am wondering is if I upgrade to the 3700x or 3800x can I get my DDR4 4000mhz 2x16 (32gb) up to rated speed of 4000Mhz. With the 2700x best I could do is get 3333mhz stable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lothos View Post
    3600 was possible under the 2700x if you had 16gb or less. I am wondering is if I upgrade to the 3700x or 3800x can I get my DDR4 4000mhz 2x16 (32gb) up to rated speed of 4000Mhz. With the 2700x best I could do is get 3333mhz stable.
    I've seen people running up to 3733MHz with 2x16GB on Ryzen 3000, B-Die of course, so yes it's better. 4000MHz is probably no benefit as you would have to downclock IF to 1000MHz vs 1866MHz at 3733 1:1.

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    One succes would be to get RAM working at all… Maybe it's the mobo, maybe it's the CPU, maybe the combination of the 2 thing… maybe it's me (i'm becoming too old for this stuff).
    Bought this mobo 1 year ago, passed thorugh 5-6 BIOS updates and 3 different kits of RAM… never managed to get them stable.
    One thing thant drives me crazy is that I can get the pc working for a week with certain BIOS values and then suddendly I can't do it no more… simply can't set the speed over 3266.
    Maybe Matisse would help, but how can one go through a 400€ upgrade with no certainties?

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