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    Just wanted to give a quick update before updating the original post with current bios updates. After a lot of testing most options are still correct for 9920 and 1501 versions. However: After spending some time with 4 sticks (32GB) I cannot recommend upgrading from 16-32GB as a performance measure. I have seen no improvement and no ability to to utilize a 3200+ stability margin. You can do 3200 speeds with all 4 sticks and remain stable, however anything above 3200 is no longer a good option. 3466Mhz with a 16GB kit is the sweet spot for performance/stability. Please keep this in mind if you are already running 16GB and want to double that (thinking it will be better) performance will drop slightly with the additional memory being the only advantage.

    If you need the memory for a specific application than so be it, but performance will not be better. I'll get the original post updated within the next few days. Also all users regardless of memory used should be well aware of this information: http://www.legitreviews.com/thermal-...d-msi_193006/3

    I have confirmed this with IR as well and the memory vrm and chipset are the limiting factors with stability-heat. (keeping in mind that you have a more than adequate cooling solution on your cpu)

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    I set DOCP standart.

    Works like a beast.

    Very good ram kit.

    Pass 20 min stress test (aida 64.)

    Hit 48000+ score.

    Only question is what is the bank cycle trc time. Its 73.

    Is it too high ? Should i turn it into 55 or smt like that.

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    Check what Samsung b-die at 3466MHz is capable of with optimized subtimings, so you could also try to further improve performance... Ryzen system responds very well to memory performance improvement, much more then Intel...

    Hours of HCI memtest, Prime95, MemTest64... Fully stable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sigtran View Post
    Check what Samsung b-die at 3466MHz is capable of with optimized subtimings, so you could also try to further improve performance... Ryzen system responds very well to memory performance improvement, much more then Intel...

    Hours of HCI memtest, Prime95, MemTest64... Fully stable.
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    Thanks, it gained me 6 points in cinebench. Finally cracked 1800.

    Edit: Actually gained 9 points in subsequent runs. Top score of 1806.
    Last edited by unknownmiscreant; 11-04-2017 at 08:06 AM.

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    ROG Guru: Yellow Belt Array andyliu PC Specs
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    thanks for sharing, gonna give it a try when i have free time

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sigtran View Post
    Check what Samsung b-die at 3466MHz is capable of with optimized subtimings, so you could also try to further improve performance... Ryzen system responds very well to memory performance improvement, much more then Intel...

    Hours of HCI memtest, Prime95, MemTest64... Fully stable.

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    At which ddram voltage are you running?

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    ROG Enthusiast Array Sigtran PC Specs
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    I run it at 1.40V dram voltage. Tried lowering it, and at 1.35V fails quickly, in few minutes at most, at 1.38V it is almost stable, boots, runs apps, but randomly fails within few hours. At 1.40V works 24/7 without a single issue - nightly running boinc apps, so 100% loaded for hours and hours...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sigtran View Post
    I run it at 1.40V dram voltage. Tried lowering it, and at 1.35V fails quickly, in few minutes at most, at 1.38V it is almost stable, boots, runs apps, but randomly fails within few hours. At 1.40V works 24/7 without a single issue - nightly running boinc apps, so 100% loaded for hours and hours...
    Sorry for late answer, i can get the same exact timings you have but i feel like mine aren't stable at 1.40v, getting some random crashes in game ocasionally and im sure it's the ram, can you share your other settings? like soc voltage?

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    Quote Originally Posted by xAder View Post
    Sorry for late answer, i can get the same exact timings you have but i feel like mine aren't stable at 1.40v, getting some random crashes in game ocasionally and im sure it's the ram, can you share your other settings? like soc voltage?
    I have been running those settings stable at 1.42v, which is probably a bit excessive..

    Although I do have active memory cooling.

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    Mine Runs lovely

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    Forgot Bench mark - untuned - undervolted
    Stock timings and volage - everything in digi + left at default auto - runs very cold
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