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DDR4 2133 to 2933

I have the GEIL 2666 Mhz Super Luce RGB 2x 8GB kit x2.

 

Without XMP it has 2133 mhz 15 15 15 35 and with XMP it has 2666 mhz 16 16 16 36.

 

I want to push it to 2933 Mhz, I don't really care about the latency, cyz Ryzen game boost with the mhz.

 

I have Ryzen 2700X and I had it at a stable 4.2 Ghz OC, but when I reach 2933 it will fail boot once succeeded but after restart fails again, idk which settings.

 

Does anyone has a stable 4.2-4.3 OC plus the settings for the Geil Super Luce RGB 2933 mhz OC?

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6 minutes ago, ndkruijff said:

I have the GEIL 2666 Mhz Super Luce RGB 2x 8GB kit x2.

 

Without XMP it has 2133 mhz 15 15 15 35 and with XMP it has 2666 mhz 16 16 16 36.

 

I want to push it to 2933 Mhz, I don't really care about the latency, cyz Ryzen game boost with the mhz.

 

I have Ryzen 2700X and I had it at a stable 4.2 Ghz OC, but when I reach 2933 it will fail boot once succeeded but after restart fails again, idk which settings.

 

Does anyone has a stable 4.2-4.3 OC plus the settings for the Geil Super Luce RGB 2933 mhz OC?

How much extra DRAM voltage are you using?

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15 minutes ago, ndkruijff said:

I don't really care about the latency, cyz Ryzen game boost with the mhz.

Good, try make the latency the largest numbe the BIOS lets you use.

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33 minutes ago, nick name said:

How much extra DRAM voltage are you using?

1.35

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24 minutes ago, Jurrunio said:

Good, try make the latency the largest numbe the BIOS lets you use.

Lol... you know what I mean... as long as it works... don't need to be 100% gain

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20 minutes ago, ndkruijff said:

1.35

If your kit is rated for 2666MHz at 1.35V then you'll probably need a little more.  Maybe closer to 1.4V. 

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29 minutes ago, nick name said:

If your kit is rated for 2666MHz at 1.35V then you'll probably need a little more.  Maybe closer to 1.4V. 

Thanks, when it fails is 1.45 recommened to use? plus what latency should I use?

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32 minutes ago, ndkruijff said:

Thanks, when it fails is 1.45 recommened to use? plus what latency should I use?

Keep the XMP timings to start.  See if it can handle that at 1.4V.  As you tighten timings or if stock timings fail go a little higher on DRAM voltages.  I go as high as 1.5V for my tight 3600MHz profile.  Also, you may need to incresase SOC voltage in the range of 1.03V up to 1.1V.  What you may even try is just setting 1.1V now and then later dialing it back.  I use 1.1V for all my setups just because it's easier.  

 

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Didn't work... 1.65 was kinda stable, 1.7 did the trick...

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1.75 also works on 3000 mhz with same timings as xmp. Further than this I won't go. Or is this already dangerous, I have water cooling 360 on cpu and my pc is max 60 degrees (GPU, cpu is most times around 50) my MOBA is Gig X470 Aurous Gaming 7 Wifi, so this a really high end one?

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5 hours ago, ndkruijff said:

Didn't work... 1.65 was kinda stable, 1.7 did the trick...

That might be too much.  I know folks will go 1.8V to 1.9V on LN2, but not without LN2.  So 1.7V may be too high for daily use.  I, however, am not certain.  

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