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    i5 4460
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    MSI h97 gaming 3
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    16gb ddr3
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    Asus strix 960 - 2gb
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    120gb samsung 840 + 1tb WD Black

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  1. Dude decreasing the voltages helped a lot I've been testing for 2 hours now with lower voltages and so far much better results. I'm gonna update you
  2. I'm sorry guys but, I'm bad at memory overclocking. I just try to follow what people recommend.
  3. Thank you all so much for the help. Should I start with a higher voltage right off the bat, like maybe SOC 1.1v Dram 1.45v VDDG CCD/IOD at 1.05 so that I can get the most stability and reduce them later on when I get a half way decent overclock? I tried it, it worked at 3200 pretty fine, but even at 3266 it was much less stable, I put it back to 3200 then I reduced TCL to 14 and it also worked, but also much less stable. I know because every time I put a not so stable ram overclock I can hear the memory errors when I listen to music while gaming I can immediately tell. I have the voltages at 1.45, Soc is 1.12, VDDG CCD & IOD at 1.05 these voltages seem pretty high already, how much higher can I even go with that is voltages. I don't think a lot. So I'm basically capable of running 3200 16 16 16, even that is not the most stable setup. So what do I do now? Do I give up on ram OC? I don't see what is left for me to do honestly. Maybe you know what I can do. Thank you
  4. I bought the expensive ram because it's higher quality and it's supposed to have tighter timings at the suitable ryzen ram ckockspeed of 3200-3800mhz Hmm. Please tell me more, about MCLK. I found a setting that said 1:1 or 1:2 with memclk but I couldn't find MCLK itself. What is MCLK Is it the same as the main frequency? I posted images of my settings
  5. Basically I was trying to overclock my ram right, hoping I can get 3800mhz with fclk 1900mhz but that's ambitious. Pc doesn't even post at 3600mhz fclk 1800 at all. It posts at higher dram frequency like 1800 but without the fclk at anymore than 1733. I'm running it at 2666mhz which is the default I also have the loose default timings that I'll provide a screenshot of everything set in the bios. TLDR I have the cpu at stock everything. I tried increasing the soc voltage to 1.12v and the dram to 1.45v and the vddg ccd/iod voltages both at 1.05v but still I can't get an fclk to run at 1733 MHz stable. It posts though. At 1766 it doesn't post .I'm gonna post screenshots of my ram timings in the bios in the original post for you just a second
  6. No its 4133mhz ram. That's the xmp, but I'm running it at 2666mhz which is the default I also have the loose default timings that I'll provide a screenshot of everything set in the bios. TLDR I have the cpu at stock everything. I tried increasing the soc voltage to 1.12v and the dram to 1.45v and the vddg ccd/iod voltages both at 1.05v but still I can't get an fclk to run at 1733 MHz stable. It posts though. At 1766 it doesn't post. I'm gonna edit the post in a sec and post the pictures
  7. Have you seen gamers nexus benchmark of rdr2? TLDW: I think you have to set an fps limiter to something like 100 or maybe 120. Not sure about it. It's easy to try anyway Here's the video. Your cpu experiences a bug in the Rockstar engine that causes it to have stuttering. Not low fps though. So it might not be the same issue. From what I can tell you're only getting 10 fps slower than you expect? Did you try turning off shadow play? Sorry If I'm confusing
  8. I've been told probably any ryzen cpu is capable of fclk at 1800mhz easily. Good chips get to 1900 or maybe 1933 if you're very lucky My pc doesn't post at anything above 1767 MHz on the fclk. And it can't get into windows at anything above 1733 on the fclk. This seems very bizarre and ridiculous. Even at that it's not completely stable. Thank you My pc: ryzen r5 3600 B450 tomahawk max Adata 4133mhz 19 19 19 b die Rx 5700xt
  9. I have a 4133mhz c 19 19 19 b die kit, a tomahawk max b450, an r5 3600 and i'm trying to overclock my ram. The fclk doesn't go above 1733mhz at all. at 1766 it posts but doesn't make it into windows. Also, if i'm not blind, i don't know where the UCLK clocks are lol. I tried the dram calculator, even at "3466 safe preset" it's very unstable, to the point where the audio in the computer glitches. I have the voltages pretty high, cuz i'm trying to get anything good to run. soc at 1.12, dram voltage at 1.45, the two vddg voltages at 1.05 I've been told that I need to increase the soc voltage but it seems already pretty high, I haven't overclocked the cpu, and i'm thinking i need to do that to get a stable ram overclock am i the unluckiest person ever who can't even run f*cking 3466 with a 1:1 coupling to the FCLK stable? I got the "3200mhz fast" preset running pretty well, haven't tested it in mem test though. help thanks
  10. It worked. God bless you. Such a life saver. I just went to the drive. deleted all the partitions. and vWALA. it showed up!!!!
  11. I bought a 240gb WD Green M.2 SSD and it shows up in the bios but not in windows i was dum enough to throw away the packaging so i can't return it now. i want to use it when i go to initialize it in disk management it simply doesn't show up i tried Windows Memory Diagnostic and it didn't work my pc: i5 4460 MSI Gaming 3 h97 2x8gb ddr3 AMD RX 5700xt 730 watt thermaltake
  12. I bought a 240gb WD Green M.2 SSD and it shows up in the bios but not in windows :( i was dum enough to throw away the packaging so i can't return it now. i want to use it :( when i go to initialize it in disk management it simply doesn't show up :( i tried Windows Memory Diagnostic and it didn't work :( my pc: i5 4460 MSI Gaming 3 h97 2x8gb ddr3 AMD RX 5700xt 730 watt thermaltake
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