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AMD ryzen ram speeds

ram speeds

  • 2400

    Votes: 1 7.1%
  • 2666

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • 2933

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • 3000

    Votes: 1 7.1%
  • 3200

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • 3400

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • 3600

    Votes: 11 78.6%
  • 4000

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • 2133 default

    Votes: 1 7.1%
  • 3800

    Votes: 5 35.7%

  • Total voters
    14

Solace

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I have 32 x4 gb 3600mhz cl 16 ram, I tried on both the 1800x on a ab350 pro 4 and with a 5900x + x570 carbon wifi

If your on 4 dimm's good luck getting to 3600mhz stable (dual rank stresses IMC harder than single), even with 2 dimms I had to define manual voltages and minor bumps on specific settings (auto was only 95% stable). 1900mhz supposedly is an issue on many boards, I would assume the auto voltages are not stable. If you happend to hit a sweet spot that is a bit higher than 1800mhz then kudos to that setup, the gains are generally not worth the effort for most past 1800mhz with 1:1 ratio give you need to relax timings in most cases.
 

Jokester

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5800x with gskill 3600. I run at 1866 so 3733 16-15-15-32. Haven't tried 1900 in awhile but previously it wasn't stable.
 

gingerbee

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ya Jokester I am at the limit of how many choices you can have for a poll, thanks for sharing. Really surprised that most are 3600 and up
 

JD

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1866? I remember early in the 5000 days there was some talk about it, but guess you got unlucky.
Yup, anything above is just full of WHEA errors. Maybe future AGESA will help fix it? I can boot at 2000, so it's not like it's a totally impossible feat...
 

gingerbee

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I am curious why? 3600 has been the sweet spot since Ryzen 3000 was released, and it has generally carried an minimal price increase over 3200.
I guess it's just because I have it stuck in my head that it only supports 3200, I don't know why I wouldn't think that a bunch of tech people would get every bit of the performance they could. kinda still stuck in the intel days lol.

the only other reason I might be thinking that is the tiny little bit of testing I did between 2400 and 3600 didn't make a huge deal but I only tested it using cinebench which didn't help that much which was also a while ago. it's great to see that ram usage speeds going up
 
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