EVGA

Hot!EVGA memory with a Ryzen board

Author
merrick97
New Member
  • Total Posts : 4
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 2017/06/18 12:20:39
  • Status: offline
  • Ribbons : 0
2017/06/18 16:42:35 (permalink)
I purchased the EVGA 16GB 3000 C15 DDR4 Sku: 958785 PN: 8GX-D4-3000-MR for my Ryzen system.



I own the Asrock B350 AM4 Pro motherboard and I have been unable to get the system to boot when setting the memory speeds to 2933 (no option for 3000). The best I can do is 2667.



I was wondering if there are other settings I may need to change to get the system to run at 2933?

#1

11 Replies Related Threads

    Sajin
    EVGA Forum Moderator
    • Total Posts : 24708
    • Reward points : 0
    • Joined: 2010/06/07 21:11:51
    • Location: Texas, USA.
    • Status: offline
    • Ribbons : 149
    Re: EVGA memory with a Ryzen board 2017/06/18 17:13:49 (permalink)
    Anything above 2400-2667MHz is considered overclocking on ryzen. You'll most likely need to tweak some voltages inside the bios to go higher than 2400-2667MHz.


    #2
    merrick97
    New Member
    • Total Posts : 4
    • Reward points : 0
    • Joined: 2017/06/18 12:20:39
    • Status: offline
    • Ribbons : 0
    Re: EVGA memory with a Ryzen board 2017/06/18 18:27:36 (permalink)
    Sajin
    Anything above 2400-2667MHz is considered overclocking on ryzen. You'll most likely need to tweak some voltages inside the bios to go higher than 2400-2667MHz.


    Thanks for the response.  To around what level should I tweak them?  What about adjusting the timings and such?
    #3
    bcavnaugh
    Insert Custom Title Here
    • Total Posts : 22638
    • Reward points : 0
    • Joined: 2012/09/18 17:31:18
    • Location: Colorado Affiliate Code: E5L3CTGE12
    • Status: offline
    • Ribbons : 106
    Re: EVGA memory with a Ryzen board 2017/06/18 18:42:06 (permalink)
    Best of luck.
    The best I can do is 2133MHz on my MSI X370 XPOWER GAMING TITANIUM Ryzen Motherboard with the AMD RYZEN 7 1800X CPU Running @ 4025MHz.
    And can only run 16GB 2 8GB Sticks NOT 4 for 32 GB
    post edited by bcavnaugh - 2017/06/18 18:47:20

    Be Cautious when Helping Members on this Forum, You May Offend Others. New Horizons   My HFM  DISCLAIMER: *This Post may have just Increased my Post Count*
     


    #4
    Sajin
    EVGA Forum Moderator
    • Total Posts : 24708
    • Reward points : 0
    • Joined: 2010/06/07 21:11:51
    • Location: Texas, USA.
    • Status: offline
    • Ribbons : 149
    Re: EVGA memory with a Ryzen board 2017/06/18 18:53:57 (permalink)
    merrick97
    Sajin
    Anything above 2400-2667MHz is considered overclocking on ryzen. You'll most likely need to tweak some voltages inside the bios to go higher than 2400-2667MHz.


    Thanks for the response.  To around what level should I tweak them?  What about adjusting the timings and such?


    First question: Not sure as I don't own a ryzen system. 
    Second question: Adjusting timings may/may not help you run a higher speed. Having a cpu with a strong imc will give you the best results.


    #5
    rjohnson11
    EVGA Forum Moderator
    • Total Posts : 62056
    • Reward points : 0
    • Joined: 2004/10/05 12:44:35
    • Location: Europe
    • Status: offline
    • Ribbons : 57
    Re: EVGA memory with a Ryzen board 2017/06/19 11:28:16 (permalink)
    AMD continues to introduce motherboard updates to help improve motherboard memory compatible. However, AMD certified memory sticks should be able to achieve their rated memory speeds.

    Specs: AMD 1920X Threadripper, Samsung SM961 M.2, 64GB Corsair DDR4 memory (half kit of CMD128GX4M8B2800C14),  ASRock X399 Taichi Motherboard



    #6
    frontlineVII
    New Member
    • Total Posts : 1
    • Reward points : 0
    • Joined: 2017/06/21 07:42:30
    • Status: offline
    • Ribbons : 0
    Re: EVGA memory with a Ryzen board 2017/06/21 07:56:58 (permalink)
    Are there potential plans for EVGA to add certified support to existing RAM or is that something that must be designed into the hardware at release?
     
    I am debating between  x2 8gb 3000 and 3200 EVGA ram, but I'm only interested in the 3200 if certified support could be added down the road. Most clocking videos I have seen without certified ram show people only able to clock stable ryzen builds up to 2667mhz. If this is not likely to change I may stay with the 3000 clocked to 2667mhz.

    Any information to shed light on what is possible/likely/planned to happen would be greatly appreciated :)
    #7
    merrick97
    New Member
    • Total Posts : 4
    • Reward points : 0
    • Joined: 2017/06/18 12:20:39
    • Status: offline
    • Ribbons : 0
    Re: EVGA memory with a Ryzen board 2017/07/02 13:14:20 (permalink)
    Does anyone have any suggestions for timing changes?  I have been told they could be tweaked and it might work, but I don't have the slightest clue what to change
    #8
    Cruzix
    Superclocked Member
    • Total Posts : 134
    • Reward points : 0
    • Joined: 2017/07/04 07:28:49
    • Status: offline
    • Ribbons : 0
    Re: EVGA memory with a Ryzen board 2017/07/09 12:00:30 (permalink)
    Sajin
    Anything above 2400-2667MHz is considered overclocking on ryzen. You'll most likely need to tweak some voltages inside the bios to go higher than 2400-2667MHz.


    O.o Ryzen is weird in that case.
    #9
    EVGATech_JoseC
    EVGA Tech Support
    • Total Posts : 22
    • Reward points : 0
    • Joined: 2017/06/05 00:00:00
    • Location: EVGA
    • Status: offline
    • Ribbons : 0
    Re: EVGA memory with a Ryzen board 2017/07/16 22:16:01 (permalink)
    merrick97
    Does anyone have any suggestions for timing changes?  I have been told they could be tweaked and it might work, but I don't have the slightest clue what to change




    Make sure that the timings that you see in your motherboard's BIOS match the timings that you will find printed on the packaging of the memory sticks that you purchased. If that does not help resolve your issue, definitely look into updating your motherboard's BIOS. There has been lots of BIOS updates rolling out to improve Ryzen and memory compatibilty. 
    #10
    SystemsOgreLoad
    Superclocked Member
    • Total Posts : 106
    • Reward points : 0
    • Joined: 2015/08/13 22:51:05
    • Status: offline
    • Ribbons : 0
    Re: EVGA memory with a Ryzen board 2017/07/26 11:24:04 (permalink)
    Find your motherboard on here(http://www.asrock.com/support/SupportList.asp?cat=Memory) then see if you can find the model of your ram. Best way to be 100% sure since it's Asrock's site
    #11
    merrick97
    New Member
    • Total Posts : 4
    • Reward points : 0
    • Joined: 2017/06/18 12:20:39
    • Status: offline
    • Ribbons : 0
    Re: EVGA memory with a Ryzen board 2017/07/26 19:44:30 (permalink)
    The new BIOS update actually enables me to get it to 2800.
     
    Not bad.
    #12
    Jump to:
  • Back to Mobile