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2400mhz to 3200mhz HELP!!!

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6 minutes ago, Skiiwee29 said:

You can overclock and play with timings, just dont push your CL above 17, beyond that, you likely will see diminishing returns and start losing performance rather than gain performance. 

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Is this okay for my cpu/ram? I have a ryzen 5 2600 and a b350 mobo Crucial ballistix sport 2400mhz and I can hit 3200mhz with 25 25 25 25 50 is that gonna damage my cpu or ram? Please let me know below is the aida64 extreme results 

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having your CL at 25 is horrible.. you are severely hurting your performance as a result. Look at those benchmarks.. you are better off keeping it at 2400mhz. 6500 point loss.. thats HUGE. 

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1 minute ago, Skiiwee29 said:

having your CL at 25 is horrible.. you are severely hurting your performance as a result. Look at those benchmarks.. you are better off keeping it at 2400mhz. 6500 point loss.. thats HUGE. 

Whats the best clock I can do? I know I can do stock timings with 2933 stable 

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1 minute ago, Auraa said:

Whats the best clock I can do? I know I can do stock timings with 2933 stable 

then do that. But I wouldnt get your CL above 16 or 17. There is severe diminishing returns when it comes to CL vs Clock speed. 2933 at stock settings is really good and you will likely see a good boost on your stock scores. 

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3 minutes ago, Skiiwee29 said:

then do that. But I wouldnt get your CL above 16 or 17. There is severe diminishing returns when it comes to CL vs Clock speed. 2933 at stock settings is really good and you will likely see a good boost on your stock scores. 

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but yeah Idk what to do because I'm 14 and dont have money right now to buy better memory 

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You can overclock and play with timings, just dont push your CL above 17, beyond that, you likely will see diminishing returns and start losing performance rather than gain performance. 

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Use this site:

https://notkyon.moe/ram-latency.htm

 

From here we can see your ram default CL16 2400mhz =  13.3ns,

and CL25 3200mhz = 15.625ns.

 

13.3ns < 15.625ns.

 

Instead of having terrible 3200mhz, i would maybe try lowering the 2400mhz CL. Try for example 2400mhz CL15, or 2800mhz CL16.

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6 minutes ago, Skiiwee29 said:

You can overclock and play with timings, just dont push your CL above 17, beyond that, you likely will see diminishing returns and start losing performance rather than gain performance. 

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Nearly 10ns less latency, and about 9k jump in speeds.. sounds like a win to me!

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Just now, Skiiwee29 said:

Nearly 10ns less latency, and about 9k jump in speeds.. sounds like a win to me!

Gonna have to save for 3200 ram and a new motherboard soon though but I do have one other problem and I just got my 2600 today and I set it to the stock 3.4ghz and in bios it shows 3.4ghz but in task manager its using around 3.7ghz  any idea why? I'm kinda new to overclocking and all this

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2 minutes ago, Auraa said:

Gonna have to save for 3200 ram and a new motherboard soon though but I do have one other problem and I just got my 2600 today and I set it to the stock 3.4ghz and in bios it shows 3.4ghz but in task manager its using around 3.7ghz  any idea why? I'm kinda new to overclocking and all this

3.7ghz is the boost clock. 3.4ghz is the base clock so that is what the BIOS will show. 

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