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X370 Gaming Titanium RAM overclocking
« on: 09-March-17, 21:41:17 »

Hi I have achieved the following so far.

My 1700 is @ 3.9GHz with 1.3V - LLC at 4 (which gives true 1.288V under full load) and NB at 1.1V, both ram speed mentioned below work at stock cpu setting and overclocked cpu settings.

I can post with 2 x 8GB Corsair 3200MHz Vengeance LPX @ 2933MHz, I get 6 long beeps on boot up but it works fine and is stable but timings are loose. Basically it's XMP profile selected and then I manually adjust the speed down to 2933MHz.............what are the six long beeps???????????????????

3200MHz with above Corsair is a complete no go.

I can also boot up with 2 x 16GB Corsair  Vengeance LED 3000MHz @ 2666MHz and it works fine but again I get the 6 long beeps at boot up but aside from that it's stable.
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« Reply #1 on: 11-March-17, 04:18:38 »

I was only able to get my 1700x to 3.8ghx at 1.3v, but a slight boost to 1.3625v and LLC mode 3 got me stable at 3.9Ghz. Still runs plenty cool (Noctua cooler), and seem rock stable. Now I am just awaiting BIOS updates to improve memory speed (really would like to see SOC voltage control in the BIOS). I have 4 DIMMS and can't seem to post past DDR 2400 rate. (Vengeance LED DDR 3200 if anyone is curious).
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« Reply #2 on: 17-March-17, 16:23:10 »

Using the X370 Titanium with R7 1800x I'm able to get 3200MHz from Corsair Dominator Platinum Special Edition Chrome So far I've only been able to get it with 16gb installed but I will play around with 32gb.

I'm getting stable 4.1Ghz at 1.38v I'm using the Corsair H115i AIO and while running BOINC it's keeping my temps stable around 80C, I'm also using Grizzly Conductonaut which is a liquid metal thermal compound.
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« Reply #3 on: 17-March-17, 21:54:03 »

With good DIMMs, a number of people have been able to get up to DDR4 3200 with just 2 sticks with the Titanium, but I have yet to hear of anyone getting above 2666, and generally not more than 2400 - even with very relaxed timings. If you have any luck, please let us know and provide details on your settings. My one suggestion would be to disable XMP and manually apply your settings. XMP profiles seem to have inconsistent behavior even when manual overrides are configured (not specific to this board, but it's something others have noted), although it may be fine with this board.
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« Reply #4 on: 20-March-17, 19:33:58 »

@Jonrevis

I have exactly the same setup as you but cannot get my memory past 2400.  What are you're settings?
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« Reply #5 on: 21-March-17, 15:00:27 »

I am 2400 with my 4 DIMMs. I am not aware of anyone getting better than that. I have not personally bothered pulling out two. If you have only 2 DIMMs and are trying to get higher clocks, increase NB voltage to somewhere around 1.10 - 1.20v with default timings to start and then try loosening the timings a little. People have reported 3200 speeds on the Titanium, but only with certain DIMMS (Corsair being one brand that seems to be working well).

Try doing a search on the Reddit AMD forum, or asking there. You'll get a broader audience. Sorry I don't have anything more specific.
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« Reply #6 on: 28-March-17, 15:49:19 »

So interesting development with the 1.41 BIOS. My prior settings worked fine, 4 sticks at 2400 but I couldn't post higher. So I decided to try pulling 2 and seeing what I could achieve with only 2 sticks.

I tried the A-XMP profiles with no luck, and then the preset memory OC options with no luck. Then I tried setting memory clocks and manually setting RAM voltage to 1.35, leaving timings all on auto. I could post at 2400, 2666, and 2933, but not 3200.

shutdown and put my other 2 sticks back. After that, *nothing* I tried would get me to boot above 2133.  I spent HOURS. I reverted to the 1.31 BIOS (no love), back to 1.41, reset everything, and no matter what combination...nada. Yes, I disconnected power and let it sit for 5+ minutes, used the CMOS reset. Very weird behavior.

So I pulled the 2 DIMMs and am now running the two other DIMMs (16GB) at 2933 and pondering what effort I want to bother with in trying to get the 32GB running well. I was OK with 2400, but not so much with 2133, especially since 2400 had worked since 1.10 (and initially with 1.41). Did I mention this is weird?

These are Corsair DIMMs using Samsung IC's.
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