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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?

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    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.


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    Re: EVGA memory with a Ryzen board 2017/06/18 18:27:36 (permalink)
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    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?
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    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
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    Re: EVGA memory with a Ryzen board 2017/06/18 18:53:57 (permalink)
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    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.


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    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.

                
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    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 :)
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