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Old 02-02-2020, 02:20 PM
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Hello!

I recently installed 16GB of Corsair DDR4 Memory (CMR16GX4M2C3000C15).
I've added the rest of My System specs to My profile.

So, this RAM contains a XMP Profile that clocks it up to 3000Mhz and sets the Voltage to 1.35V. My Ryzen 7 2700 does support DDR4-2933. So, no surprise, the System does not run stable with the XMP Profile enabled. I manually set the Clock to 2933Mhz, the Voltage to 1.35V and the timings to those the XMP profile contains, because 2933 is close to 3000 and I thought there must be a reason for the Settings they provide in the profile and those couldn't be wrong - doesn't run stable.

I set the timings to Auto - doesn't work. I set the Clock to 2800 - doesn't work.

Then I discovered reducing the voltage helps. It runs stable now on 1.25V DDR4-2933, with the timings of the XMP Profile (15-17-17-35, i think they were).

I fear my background-knowledge is not enough for this kind of OC Settings, but I also want to run the RAM on 2933Mhz. So my Question is:

What Voltage to 2933Mhz and the Timings from the XMP Profile (15-17-17-35)?

Thanks in Advance for your help!

Greets,
Martin
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Old 02-18-2020, 03:05 PM
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May have a bad stick. You should be able to run 3000 no problem. Try running 1 stick at a time and run memtest on each stick with XMP enabled.
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