[Ryzen 2400g VEGA 11] 2400MHz RAM overclocked to 3066MHz do I have to clock back to 2933Mhz?
I have a Gigabyte A320M motherboard, Crucial CT4G4DFS824A 2400Mhz memory, powered by a Ryzen 2400g with VEGA 11 onboard. I managed to overclock my 2400Mhz memory to 3066 Mhz. Now my question is whether I can clock this memory back to 2933Mhz for better compatibility in connection with the memory specs specified by amd for the 2400g. At the moment everything is running fine, I have done several burnin tests. And my memory is now running on 3066Mhz 16-14-15-14-21, really at the minimum. Originally this was 2400Mhz 17-17-17-17-39 at 1.25volt So it worked out well. I have used the "Samsung B-die" in Dram Calculator. In AIDA64 it gives: READ: 45246 MB / s WRITE: 46146 MB / s COPY: 40586 70.2 nanoseconds.
If anyone has experience with memory overclocking and with the maximum memory bus of 2933Mhz of the 2400g, please answer