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A Few Noob Questions about RAM Mhz settings and CPU undervolting

CPU: R5 3600

RAM: G.Skill 16GB DDR4 3600 mhz

Motherboard: Gigabyte B450 Aorus Pro Wifi

 

I noticed after buying my RAM that my particular RAM wasn't supported on my Mobo's qvl. I tried to set the RAM to 3600 Mhz but I'm pretty sure that caused some crashes that didn't happen before I set it to 3600 mhz. Is there any way I can safely set this RAM to 3600 MHZ?


Also, how do I set a good fan curve/undervolt my CPU to get better temps with the stock cooler?

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what temps do you get now? Did you try using ryzen master software?

 

Did you try memtest? What are the timings. 

 

Memory speeds are garanteed, and 3600 is a overclock, so you may need to back it down a notch on your hardware.

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1 minute ago, Electronics Wizardy said:

what temps do you get now? Did you try using ryzen master software?

 

Did you try memtest? What are the timings. 

 

Memory speeds are garanteed, and 3600 is a overclock, so you may need to back it down a notch on your hardware.

How do I get the memory to a speed less than 3600? Because the only other options I see in the BIOS are the ~2100 mhz native frequency or the full 3600. How do I set it to something greater than ~2100 mhz but less than 3600 mhz?

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My board has a memory frequency multiplier, similar to CPU. Are you in easy mode instead of expert or advanced (or whatever it is called)?

 

I found my 3600 to be prime95 stable at 4.2ghz all core at 1.25V. Runs cooler and performs better than stock/PBO etc.

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4 hours ago, ThePUNisher96 said:

Is there any way I can safely set this RAM to 3600 MHZ?

Set your dram voltage to 1.34-1.35 and set your soc voltage to around 1.09 

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