My 3600 MHz kit works well with xpm/DOCP and it puts 1.350v but to achieve higher clocks it needs a lot more voltage than other kits that are binned for higher speeds.
got it, ok. but in my case I can not achieve specified frequency (3600Mhz 1.35v), I'm not sure, but disabling CStates allows to stay on 3600 without errors and reboots. I guess it is voltage issue.
My config is:
+ MBD ROG Strix B550-F Gaming WiFi, BIOS 1205
+ CPU Ryzen 5 3600
+ RAM HyperX Fury 8GBx2 DDR4 3600MHz HX436C17FB3K2/16
+ SSD Samsung 970 PRO 512 GB MZ-V7P512BW
+ GPU ASUS geforce gtx 1650 super oc 4gb
+ PSU Corsair RM650x
All of them except GPU has been bought recently. GPU has been moved from my previous system, where been working for 1.5 years without any issues
your RAM is not B-die so don't expect too much from it. 3600 is fine though.
Did you try to reset cmos and just load the DOCP settings? Sometimes you have to look for the settings in bios and dial them in manually as Ryzen has issues with DOCP at and beyond 3600 MHz.. The first 10 timings are correct but from there you have to set them manually. Maybe voltage too. I don't know anything abbout your board to be honest so its difficult.
You can try to find your answers here: https://www.overclock.net/threads/new-dram-calculator-for-ryzen™-1-7-3-overclocking-dram-on-am4-memb...
Hi there, thank you very much. Yep, I did. Just reset whatever settings andset only DOCP to the predefined profile from XMP. And it does not work))
As for manual set of timings, ok, I already set it manually, but it does not help. As for RAM: yes, it is not hi-end skicks, but it rated to 3600MHz speed so I expect it shall work properly at 3600. The higher frequencies are not interested for me while I have R5 3600.
Thank for the link, but I already use DRAM calc
3600Mhz for ryzen 5 3600 is a raise, so maybe it is not good decision to leave Auto settings for the SoC voltage under 3600Mhz on RAM. The disabling CStates maybe solve this problem indirectly.
Sorry for late reply.
Ryzen is very erratic as one moment you are stable and the other you are not.. Today for example im stable and no issues and the day after its showing erratic behavior.
Its just weird that i could get 3800 MHz stable with my FlareX and cannot get it stable with my Trident Z NEO... they both B-die..
3600 MHz is not that hard and uncommon for R5 3600. Set Soc to 1.1 always as that is good for stability, anything beyond is not necessary.
I never disabled Cstates as im manually overclock my CPU to 4.4 Ghz with 1.275v so i have no issues there.
Hello there! I decided to report about changes of my issue, maybe my results will help to anyone.
To make long story short, I have replaced the CPU with 5600X.
After installing new CPU the BIOS has been reset to the defaults again, and the only points I tuned is:
1. DOCP on 3600MHz
2. Disable C-States (just in case, I had a problems with this option before).
In general, comparing to R5 3600, the only thing changed is the CPU.
All the parameters in BIOS are identical, including RAM timings, frequencies and PBO options.
The results: stable work without WHEA errors either under huge load and in idle state on 3600Mhz, 2 days uptime, no issues.
I have tested in OCCT, Cinebench R23, CTR 2.1 RC5, AIDA64 benchmark, UserBenchmark.
Of course, the tests I made are not enough to consider the issue solved for me, I will continue testing, but I already can suspect that the issue was in the bad CPU potential.
I going to enable Global C-States and make tests with the PC power cycles.
On R5 3600 I had issues with the RAM on 3600MHz with the Global C-States disabled. After 2-3 days of shutdown I can not power up the PC if RAM freq is 3600MHz on R5-3600, the MOBO QLED symptoms: DRAM LED is always orange (DRAM fail). If I reset the PC by button, it begins to work (!!!). To solve issues for next 2-3 days I need to completely shutdown the PC (including the electricity power socket) and plug it again.
So, in general, I guess I have more luck with this CPU than the previous one.
P.S. this CPU is more hot than R5-3600, I have 95*C under Thermalright ARO-M14O and MX-4 under full load (OCCT, Cinebench), the frequencies are 4.4GHz on each core (stable boost).
2 month later: still no issues on 5600X and 3600Mhz Ram with C-States enabled, bios 2006. I even upgade RAM: installed extra 2 the same sticks, 4*8GB total. Default timings by DOCP.
Now I know for sure that the main issue was the CPU that not support higher specs unfortunately. Now this CPU is working stable in another system on ASRock B450 Pro4 and with the RAM on 3200MHz, no issues.