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Issue with ram on Asus b450-f gaming mobo

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hey guys,

So I'm running a Ryzen 7 2700x with an asus b450-f gaming mobo and 32 gig (4 x 8gig) of corsair lpx 3200mghz ram. With only 2 sticks thing runs like a dream at 3200 with just D.O.C.P but with all sticks highest I can get reliably is 2400 with 1.390 Dram voltage and 1.1 SoC. Is it a cpu or mobo limitation? I'm also looking for a stable 24/7 overclock as I render alot and they typically take 5 to 6 hours. Thanks guys.

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Well first of all. Quad memory doesn't actually give more bandwidth and it's just more pressure on the imc and the interconnect. 

And with the 2700x. It's imc is subpart. 

Update the bios. 

Set the soc to 1.15 ( or 1.2)

Dram to 1.4. 

Then go for 2666. If it boots. Use memtest86 and/ or OCCT to make sure that it's stable. 

If it is. Go for 2933. With the values said above. And then use memtest86 and / or OCCT ( preferably both. ). 

Good luck. 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 hours ago, TofuHaroto said:

Well first of all. Quad memory doesn't actually give more bandwidth and it's just more pressure on the imc and the interconnect. 

And with the 2700x. It's imc is subpart. 

Update the bios. 

Set the soc to 1.15 ( or 1.2)

Dram to 1.4. 

Then go for 2666. If it boots. Use memtest86 and/ or OCCT to make sure that it's stable. 

If it is. Go for 2933. With the values said above. And then use memtest86 and / or OCCT ( preferably both. ). 

Good luck. 

Got it. Thanks.

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