G.skill Trident Z 3200 CL14 what timings to 3800

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I currently have G.skill Trident Z 3200 CL14 what timings would I need to run to bump it up to 3800mhz so I can run a higher infinity fabric
 
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I would first try them at 3600 / 1800 IF / CL16. If stable then try for 3800 / 1900 IF / CL14

Use Thaiphoon to read memory
Click Report, scroll down and click 'show delays in nanoseconds'
Then export complete HTML report

Use a tool like Ryzen DRAM calculator to read the report (not sure what Intels alternative is)
Select Calculate Safe / Calculate Fast to show timings and voltages required for safe/fast presets
 
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I would first try them at 3600 / 1800 IF / CL16. If stable then try for 3800 / 1900 IF / CL14

Use Thaiphoon to read memory
Click Report, scroll down and click 'show delays in nanoseconds'
Then export complete HTML report

Use a tool like Ryzen DRAM calculator to read the report (not sure what Intels alternative is)
Select Calculate Safe / Calculate Fast to show timings and voltages required for safe/fast presets
I’m on Ryzen 5900x now mate just haven’t updated my sig
 
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I’m on Ryzen 5900x now mate just haven’t updated my sig
Good stuff, in that case go for it with Thaiphoon and Ryzen DRAM calc :)

FYI
DRAM calc I imported my XMP timings for Teagroup 8 pack 3600Mhz CAS 16 memory.
Selecting fast present for 3800Mhz shows CAS 16 timings, max 1.45V.

It's running happily at 3800Mhz CAS 14, 1.5V.

Depends on the memory kit you have but worth first trying the fast present timings for 3600Mhz
 
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Good stuff, in that case go for it with Thaiphoon and Ryzen DRAM calc :)

FYI
DRAM calc I imported my XMP timings for Teagroup 8 pack 3600Mhz CAS 16 memory.
Selecting fast present for 3800Mhz shows CAS 16 timings, max 1.45V.

It's running happily at 3800Mhz CAS 14, 1.5V.

Depends on the memory kit you have but worth first trying the fast present timings for 3600Mhz
These are my sticks
https://www.gskill.com/product/165/166/1536560629/F4-3200C14Q-32GTZRTrident-Z-RGBDDR4-3200MHz-CL14-14-14-34-1.35V32GB-(4x8GB)
 
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Have you read them with Thaiphoon, exported them imported them to DRAM calc?

Thaiphoon will also show the die e.g.

Die Density / Count
8 Gb B-die (Boltzmann / 20 nm) / 1 die

DRAM calc you can then select the memory type and other settings like amount of DIMM modules, processor and frequency to calculate the safe/fast timings and voltages
 
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