I thought I'd start a new thread rather than keep posting in the Ryzen thread. I have the 8 Pack Dark Pro 3200MHz ram. I recently upgraded to an x570 mobo hoping for more and actually I seem to have regressed on ram stability. On my x370 Prime Pro I was able to run this ram at 3600MHz with the following timings and settings: RAM SPEED: 3600MHz TIMINGS: 16 16 16 16 36 DRAM: 1.35v SOC: 1.1v VDDG: 1.0v FCLK: 1800 PBO: on These settings I played Odyssey alone for 165hrs and RDR2 over the course of about 4 months. So they where rock stable. However I can not get stability on my x570 board. The same settings above dont work. I've tried 1.4v dram, I've tried 1.1v VDDG, I tried 1.2v SOC (the pc didnt like this at all, CTD after a bout 20mins) Currently I am using the timings from the dram calculator but after about 3hrs of gaming in the Division 2 I got a freeze and CTD, This happens daily at present. Dram Calc timings: I put all the timings and volts found here (recommended values) Spoiler As the Division is the only game I have on the PC atm, I have switched from DX12 to DX11 in case it is not the PC. But I think that's a long shot. --- Just to note, I ran typhoon burner and imported my timings. The only part I didn't set from the Dram Calc was the LLC settings found here: Spoiler Stability wise over the last few days of playing around with this I did pass 4hrs of memtestx86. However this doesn't seem to have verified stability at all as I still CTD in game after a few hours. --- I suppose my next step is to try the max voltages it suggests. --- I'd be happy at this point just to get a standard 3600MHz at the sock timings: 16 16 16 16 36. At the moment this seems impossible. --- This will be the third generation of Ryzen where the Dram calculator just doesn't work for me.