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    X570 Crosshair VIII Hero: Relationship Between BIOS and Ryzen DRAM Calculator

    I've never overclocked before and thought I'd start by overclocking the memory. I need some help mapping what the Ryzen DRAM Calculator (v 1.62):

    https://www.techpowerup.com/download...am-calculator/

    says I should use to the fields in my X570 Crosshair VIII Hero's BIOS.

    Currently, everything related to overclocking in the BIOS is the default "Auto" except that I've set it to use the D.O.C.P. profile in the memory.

    Into the DRAM Calculator, I've entered what I believe to be the correct values for my system:
    • Processor: "Ryzen 2 gen" (which should be my Zen2 3700X)
    • Memory Type: Samsung B-die (I'm pretty sure - RAMMon says Samsung, the web says b-die)
    • Profile version: V1 (that's what people say to use)
    • Memory Rank: 1 (ditto)
    • Frequency (MT/s): 3200 (that's what the memory is rated for, so I used it as the safest)
    • BCLK: 100 (unchanged in BIOS)
    • DIMM Modules: 2
    • Motherboard: X570

    (My memory consists of two banks of G.Skill F4-3200C14D-16GTZ DDR4, so that's where much of the above comes from)

    I hit the purple "R-XMP" button at the bottom and it grabbed the timing information from my memory to complete the left column. I then hit the green "Calculate SAFE" button to get safe overclocking values.

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    I've managed to map the center values on the Calculator's "Main" page (the t... timings) to values in my BIOS. But, I'm at a loss for about half of the values in the right column. Could someone point me in the right direction for finding the place to set the following Recommended values in my BIOS?
    • DRAM Voltage: 1.35
    • SOC VOltage: 1.025
    • cLDO VDDG Voltage : 0.900
    • cLDO VDDP Voltage: 0.900
    • BGS: Disabled

    Then, there's the Calculator's "Advanced" page where I can't find anything equivalent in my BIOS. Ditto for its "Power Supply System" page. I'd appreciate any help there, too. I've included screenshot of those pages since there's too much to type here.

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    I waded through my Crosshair VIII Hero's BIOS (version 1105) and found most of the locations that equate to what 1usmus' Ryzen DRAM Calculator gives. I'm including the information, below, in case it helps anyone else. Unfortunately, 1) I entered the data into OneNote and it's doing its darnedest to make sure I can't get the information out, and 2) I can't get this forum to put lines between the table elements. So, this might not be the prettiest thing to look at. Sorry.

    Remember, these numbers are for my memory on my motherboard. So, the raw numbers probably won't help you. It's the final column describing where to put those numbers in the BIOS that are relevant here.

    DRAM Calculator's Main Page
    Field SAFE t-values BIOS Location: All under Extreme Tweaker > DRAM Timing Control
    tCL 14 "DRAM CAS# Latency"
    tRCDWR 14 Switch order
    tRCDRD 14 Switch order
    tRP 14 "DRAM RAS# PRE Time"
    tRAS 30 "DRAM RAS# ACT Time"
    tRC 44
    tRRDS 4
    tRRDL 6
    tFAW 34
    tWTRS 4
    tWTRL 12
    tWR 12
    tRDRD SCL 4
    tWRWR SCL 4
    tRFC 307
    tRFC (alt) 312
    tCWL 14
    tRTP 8
    tRDWR 7
    tWRRD 3
    tWRWR SC 1
    tWRWR SD 7
    tWRWR DD 7
    tRDRD SC 1
    tRDRD SD 5
    tRDRD DD 5
    tCKE 8

    Voltage Block (voltage range) Min Rec Max BIOS Location: All under Extreme Tweaker
    DRAM Voltage 1.34 1.35 1.36
    SOC Voltage 0.975 1.025 1.05 "CPU SOC Voltage"?
    cLDO VDDG Voltage 0.9 0.9 0.95 Can't Find
    cLDO VDDP Voltage 0.7 0.9 1.1

    Misc Items Value BIOS Location
    Power Down mode Enabled Extreme Tweaker > DRAM Timing Control
    Gear Down mode Enabled Extreme Tweaker > DRAM Timing Control
    Command Rate 1T Extreme Tweaker > DRAM Timing Control
    BGS Disabled BankGroupSwap at Advanced > AMD CBS > UMC Common Options > DRAM Memory Mapping
    BGS alt Enabled BankGroupSwap at Advanced > AMD CBS > UMC Common Options > DRAM Memory Mapping
    FCLK 1600 Extreme Tweaker

    Termination Block Omega Rec Alt 1 Alt 2 BIOS Location: All under Extreme Tweaker > DRAM Timing Control
    procODT 34.3 36.9 32
    RTT_NOM OFF OFF OFF
    RTT_WR OFF OFF OFF
    RTT_PARK RZQ/5(48) RZQ/5(48) RZQ/5(48)

    CAD_BUS Block Omega Rec Alt 1 Alt 2 BIOS Location: All under Extreme Tweaker > DRAM Timing Control
    CAD_BUS ClkDrv 24 24 24 "MemCadBusClkDrvStren"?
    CAD_BUS AddrCmdDrv 20 20 24 "MemCadBusAddrCmdDrvStren"?
    CAD_BUS CsOdtDrv 20 24 24 "MemCadBusCsOdtDrvStren"?
    CAD_BUS CkeDrv 24 24 24 "MemCadBusCkeDrvStren"?

    DRAM Calculator's Advanced Page
    Main Voltages Rec Alt BIOS Location: All under Extreme Tweaker > Tweaker's Paradise
    VTT DDR Voltage min 0.673 0.678 No min/max field
    VTT DDR Voltage max 0.6765 0.6815 No min/max field
    Boot DRAM Voltage 1.350 1.360 Can't Find
    Vref (CHA/CHB) 0.675 0.7425 DRAM Ctrl Ref Voltage on [ChA/ChB] at Extreme Tweaker > Tweaker’s Paradise

    Debug Voltages Rec Alt 1 Alt 2 BIOS Location: All under Extreme Tweaker > Tweaker's Paradise
    VDDP Voltage 900 855 815
    VPP Voltage 2.5 2.48 2.525 "VPP_MEM Voltage"?
    PLL Voltage 1.8 1.77 1.83 "PLL reference voltage" or "1.8V PLL Voltage" under Extreme Tweaker?

    CAD_BUS Timings Rec Alt BIOS Location: All under Extreme Tweaker > DRAM Timing Control
    CAD_BUS AddrCmd 0 53 "MemAddrCmdSetup"?
    CAD_BUS CsOdt 0 53 "MemCsOdtSetup"?
    CAD_BUS Cke 0 53 "MemCkeSetup"?

    Memory Interleaving + Tweaks Value BIOS Location
    Memory Interleaving Size 2 Advanced > AMD CBS > DF Common Options > Memory Addressing
    Memory Interleaving Channel Advanced > AMD CBS > DF Common Options > Memory Addressing
    Channel Interleaving Hash Enabled Can't Find
    DRAM R1-R4 Tune 0/63 Extreme Tweaker > Tweaker's Paradise
    L1 Stream HW Prefetcher Enabled Advanced > AMD CBS > CPU Common Options > Prefetcher
    L2 Stream HW Prefetcher Enabled Advanced > AMD CBS > CPU Common Options > Prefetcher
    Super I/O Clock Skew Disabled Can't Find
    Opcache Enabled Can't Find
    Spread Spectrum Enabled "VRM Spread Spectrum" under Extreme Tweaker > External Digi+ Power Control or "SB Clock Spread Spectrum" in unknown location (found with F9)?
    Memory Clear Disabled Advanced > AMD CBS > DF Common Options

    PMU Training Value BIOS Location: All under Advanced > AMD CBS > DDR4 Common Options > Phy Configuration > PMU Training
    DFE Read Training Enabled
    FFE Write Training Enabled
    PMU Pattern Bits Control Manual
    PMU Pattern Bits A or 10
    MR6VrefDQ Control Auto
    CPU Vref Training Seed Control Auto

    DRAM Calculator's Power Supply Systems Page
    CPU/VDDSOC/DRAM Best DRAM Stability For CPU too BIOS Location: All under Extreme Tweaker > External Digi+ Power Control
    CPU Load-Line Calibration Level 2/3 Level 3/4
    CPU Current Capability 110-130% 130-140%
    CPU VRM Switching Frequency Manual Same as for DRAM
    Voltage Frequency 200/300 300/400
    CPU Power Duty Control T.Probe Same as for DRAM
    CPU Power Phase Control Power Phase Response Same as for DRAM
    CPU Power Thermal Control 120 Same as for DRAM
    Manual Adjustment Regular Ultra Fast
    VDDSOC Load-Line Calibration Level 2/3 Same as for DRAM
    VDDSOC Current Capability 120.00% Same as for DRAM
    VDDSOC Switching Frequency Manual Same as for DRAM
    Switching Frequency (Fixed) (KHz) 300/400 Same as for DRAM
    Phase Control Manual/Optimized Same as for DRAM
    DRAM Current Capability 100.00% 120.00%
    DRAM Power Phase Control Extreme Same as for DRAM
    DRAM Switching Frequency Manual Same as for DRAM
    Switching Frequency (Fixed) (KHz) 300/400 Same as for DRAM
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    Did you get this working / do you need help.

    I'm not sure from second post. Your ram is Samsung b-die.

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    Thanks for the offer. I got about 2/3 of the way through without any problems whatsoever. I was seeing about a 6% improvement in memory benchmarks, but they appeared mostly after simply entering those new timings at the top of the list. Adding the various voltages and non-t-value things didn't seem to be getting me anything more. So, I just stopped. For now, I've gone back to my regular old DOCP settings. I'm not sure if overclocking the memory is worth it at a system level (as opposed to a memory benchmark level), especially as I'm so clueless that I'm doing nothing but blindly following a recipe. I think I'll just spend a good amount of time trying to actually understand what's going with this before picking it up again. At least it should be easier to continue since I've found where most of the settings live in the BIOS.

    But, again, thanks for the offer.

    EDIT: oops. Maybe you can answer some of the questions I noted in my previous post:

    • Is the Calculator's "SOC Voltage" the same as the BIOS' "CPU SOC Voltage" under Extreme Tweaker?
    • Is the Calculator's "CAD_BUS ClkDrv" the BIOS' "MemCadBusClkDrvStren" under Extreme Tweaker > DRAM Timing Control?
    • Is the Calculator's "CAD_BUS AddrCmdDrv" the BIOS' "MemCadBusAddrCmdDrvStren" under Extreme Tweaker > DRAM Timing Control?
    • Is the Calculator's "CAD_BUS CsOdtDrv" the BIOS' "MemCadBusCsOdtDrvStren" under Extreme Tweaker > DRAM Timing Control?
    • Is the Calculator's "CAD_BUS CkeDrv" the BIOS' "MemCadBusCkeDrvStren" under Extreme Tweaker > DRAM Timing Control?
    • Is the Calculator's "CAD_BUS AddrCmd" the BIOS' "MemAddrCmdSetup" under Extreme Tweaker > DRAM Timing Control?
    • Is the Calculator's "CAD_BUS CsOdt" the BIOS' "MemCsOdtSetup" under Extreme Tweaker > DRAM Timing Control?
    • Is the Calculator's "CAD_BUS Cke" the BIOS' "MemCkeSetup" under Extreme Tweaker > DRAM Timing Control?
    • Is the Calculator's "VPP Voltage" the BIOS' "VPP_MEM Voltage" under Extreme Tweaker > Tweaker's Paradise?
    • Is the Calculator's "PLL Voltage" the BIOS' "PLL reference voltage" under Extreme Tweaker > Tweaker's Paradise or "1.8V PLL Voltage" under Extreme Tweaker?
    • Is the Calculator's "Spread Spectrum" the BIOS' "VRM Spread Spectrum" under Extreme Tweaker > External Digi+ Power Control or "SB Clock Spread Spectrum" in some unknown location (found with F9)? If the latter, do you know where that actually is?
    Last edited by ationfictons; 11-21-2019 at 01:31 AM.

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    here, watch this



    You appear to be over-thinking this and free performance with near to no risk, is always worth dialing in `imo.

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    Thanks. I'd already seen that video. I primarily worked with the material in 1usmus' AMD Ryzen Memory Tweaking & Overclocking Guide. Specifically the things and diagrams on page 5:

    https://www.techpowerup.com/review/a...g-guide/5.html

    But, as you noted, I'm probably over-thinking this. Doing his "Part 0" (basically the "t-values") seems to get the vast majority of the overclocking done. I used his TM5 0.12 program to stress test after each stage and never had an error. But, I was still worried that if I didn't go through all 5 "parts" and enter all the suggested values from the Calculator, I'd be leaving something hanging.

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    You could try dialing in 3600 safe settings for your ram and see if stable. You will see best performance gain for games at this point.

    Since I can dial anything in from 3200 to 4133 using extreme 3200-3800 and DOCP thereafter, here is what I have learnt.

    3200 is basic default speed.
    3600 best for gaming & gaming benchmarks.
    3800 best for applications & application benchmarks.

    Hope you find this of help.
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    My plan was to get 3200 SAFE settings up and running and then try for 3600 SAFE. I'm pretty sure I should be good for at least 3600 and possibly up to 4110 SAFE (though I really doubt I'd ever go that high) since the Calculator Advanced Page shows a Memory Chip Quality of 93% and and Overclocking Potential of 4110 Mhz CL16. But, then, I merely used the big, purple "R-XMP" button to grab my memory settings instead of importing them through Thaiphoon Burner (that web page ( http://softnology.biz/index.html) has security issues, Firefox didn't like the supposed .zip file it downloaded, and the .zip file wouldn't even unzip).

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    RAM: @3800 (technically it's fractionally higher) is last point before you hit a infinity fabric memory divide, after that not really worth going higher

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    Try http://softnology.biz/files.html or just use another program to get the file.

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    ProcessorAMD Ryzen 7 3700X
    Memory (part number)G.Skill F4-3200C14D-16GTZ DDR4
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    I've found what I think are the locations for two other Calculator fields in the BIOS. I'd appreciate it if someone could confirm/deny those:
    • Under the Misc table, "BGS" (and the Alternate) might be "BankGroupSwap" at Advanced > AMD CBS > UMC Common Options > DRAM Memory Mapping
    • Under the Main Voltage table, "VRef (CHA/CHB)" might be "DRAM Ctrl Ref Voltage on" (CHA/CHB) at Extreme Tweaker > Tweaker’s Paradise

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