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Ddr4 settings3200 non xmp advice

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Thewelder, 6 Dec 2018 at 22:37.

  1. Thewelder

    Thewelder Member

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    Hello all,
    Xmp profiles 1 and 2 are not good.
    Was wondering if someone could list basic,STABLE,timings,and the needed mobo ddr voltages(vsso,io,etc) besides the standered ram stick voltage 1.35 for 3200 speeds.nothing crazy,just stable please.

    My specs for ram are Kingston predetor 3300mhz 32 gig kit(2x16 sticks).other specs in my sig.
    Ty
     
  2. adidan

    adidan Avatar is in season. See it while stocks last.

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    It looks like the F6 November BIOS may help with stability, looks like it's not an unheard of issue.

    May be worth giving it a shot if you haven't already. Otherwise i'm sure there must be some Z390 owners around here.
     
  3. RedFlames

    RedFlames ...is not a Belgian football team

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    was about to suggest the Ryzen DRAM calculator widget, then notice you're on z390...
     
  4. TheMadDutchDude

    TheMadDutchDude The Flying Dutchman

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    What kind of SA/IO voltages are you running? Those could be a big indicator here.

    Is it just unstable or failing to POST (train the modules) entirely?
     
  5. Thewelder

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    @adidan ,
    I tried f5,f6,f7a...no good...well xmp in general is kinda generic which I understand I suppose.

    @TheMadDutchDude
    "What kind of SA/IO voltages are you running?" -auto

    The sticks do post xmp no problem profile 1 or 2...then after maybe after 1hr or 8 hrs later,blk ops will freeze...tho the pc itself does not...I can hit cntrl/alt/dlt and close the game and continue doing any task again,that's odd in itself usually ram will lock up the whole pc.
    I dunno....my temp's cpu/gpu are ice cold.

    I need a baseline (manual) non xmp loose timings for 3200 speeds (generic and stable)and voltage for multiple ram bios settings if possible please then I can go foward.
    Ty.

    ××××my power supply voltages are all healthy×××
     
  6. Sentinel-R1

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    If your game is crashing but the system isn't locking up, I'd suggest that RAM isn't the likely cause.
     
  7. sandys

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  8. Thewelder

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    Corky42 What did walle eat for breakfast?

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    If I've guessed the sticks correctly are they the hx432c16pb3k2...If they are is profile 1 for XMP setting the timings correctly (CL16-18-18) according to Kingstone's (PDF) documentation.
     
  10. Thewelder

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    Any ideas?
    Samsung evo 850 500 gig is new.

    Prime 95 runs no problem.
     
  11. adidan

    adidan Avatar is in season. See it while stocks last.

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    Have you investigated the game being the culprit or is it in several games?
     
  12. Thewelder

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    I will give u the part # later,I'm at work (on break)welding now :/ xmp gives 2 profile options ddr 3000,3300.timings sound correct for 1 of the 2.
     
  13. Thewelder

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    I recently upgraded my system to play only blk ops 4.I should install blk ops 1 and quake 3 and see,belive it or not guys still play them, very fast fun.
     
  14. TheMadDutchDude

    TheMadDutchDude The Flying Dutchman

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    Even at auto, it’ll tell you what they’re at.

    They’re most likely waaaay too high, which is causing your instabilities.
     
  15. Thewelder

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    Hello
    What will tell me? (Games?)

    What's to hi?
    Ty.
     
  16. TheMadDutchDude

    TheMadDutchDude The Flying Dutchman

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    In the BIOS, next to the 'auto' value, it should tell you.

    Failing that, download something like HWiNFO and get the readouts from there.
     
  17. Thewelder

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    Ahh OK gotcha I have hwinfo :)
     
  18. Thewelder

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    So to tight of timings your referring to as hi correct?......not loose?
     
  19. TheMadDutchDude

    TheMadDutchDude The Flying Dutchman

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    No, I'm telling you that the voltages are most likely too high - nothing to do with the timings as of right now.
     
  20. Thewelder

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    Oic ok ....I worked til midnight last night and back in today at 8am..I will give u specs tonight afterwork.
    Ty
     

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