- Pushing Ryzen 7 2700 FCLK to 1900 Mhz with latency 62.6 ns
Nice bro. I would love to hit low 62ns. I’m about 68 right now.ID: gu3ez73
68 is pretty good,I was just very lucky with memory and cpu
I'm at 67.9 with Bdie dual rank 3600mhz 32gb set 16-16-16-36 at 3800mhz, 5800x, fclk @ 1900.
62.6, HOW? Your timings are worse than mine, I don't understand 🙁 lol.
Edit: Ill leave my post up to avoid confusion, and this may help someone; make sure nothing else is running during the test such as Steam, or Chrome tabs. Test result when from 67.9 to mid 50's.ID: gu3grrk
I lowered timings with ryzen dram calculator and I used E-die ballistix,this is a very good combination.and of course lucky with the processor,but it can do even more and I could get 60ns but the motherboard can't work above 3800 🙁ID: gu3gwe1
Well I don't even now. I shut down everything else ( Steam etc) and reran the test. got 57ns
I got worried there for a sec, I thought I had a good properly working system lol. Havn't ran much benchmarks lately.ID: gu3rkvp
With a 5800X you should be able to get latency in the mid 50s. Hell my b-die kit running 3533 14-15-14-28 is getting 59.3ns @ 1.47v & 1.15v SoC on a 2700X
You gotta crank up the VRAM and get tRFC nice and low.ID: gu3sex9
With a 5800X you should be able to get latency in the mid 50s. Hell my b-die kit running 3533 14-15-14-28 is getting 59.3ns @ 1.47v & 1.15v SoC on a 2700XYou gotta crank up the VRAM and get tRFC nice and low.
Thanks, I did sort it out. Simply was a bad result due to other stuff running during the test.
Meanwhile I'm over here unable to get my RAM faster than 3000MHz with my 2700XID: gu3k1j2
it's all a suitable memory-(e-die ballistix),because on old memory I can reach only 3400ID: gu3qy6j
What RAM you running? I have a b-die kit doing 3533mhz 14-15-14-28 59.3ns @ 1.47v
You want some tips, hit me up.
I have a 2700X with 3533mhz 14-1-14-28 @ 1.47v and 59.3ns stable.with a b-die flareX kit. I found it faster with lower latency than loosening timings to hit 3600.
Nice! I've got a 1600AF that does 1900FCLK, and I had a 3400g that did 1866 (3733 memory). The 1600AF was actually done with some crappy c-die kit from g.skill, as I was just bored and trying to learn c-die from someone that can bin it properly (unlike Corsair and their 4.32 nightmare bin), and managed to get a 3200CL18 kit to run at 3800CL22 (yeah, it's c-die, timings scale inversely to voltage but frequency scales with voltage, so I can't have both at those speeds, but it was just a test).
But most of my Zen+ adventures land me in the 3466-3533 range with the occasional 3600 (memory speed), which seems to be pretty consistent for newer ones. I've also had some stinkers too, a couple that run only 2933, I had a 3200g that flat out refused to go above 3000, and a bunch that were around 3333 (so I just ran at 3200 for stability sake since they're client machines).