DRAM Calculator for Ryzen

Version History
v1.6.0 (July 29th, 2019)
-Added full support for Zen 2 and X570 motherboards.
-Added recommendations for VDDG and FCLK for Zen 2.
-Added recommendations for Vref (CHA / CHB).
-The maximum frequency for 1:1 mode is now 3800 MHz, and for 2:1 mode - 4200.
-Updated presets for Samsung b-die, Hynix CJR and Micron e-die.
-Added backward compatibility of Zen 2 with previous generations of motherboards.
-Added PMU Training recommendations for all Ryzen platforms. Better training - a more stable system.
-Added autosave of the main tab settings when closing the program and automatically loading them when the program is started.
-Improved tWRRD prediction for Dual Rank.
-Color notification of voltage limits and FCLK. Black is the norm, red is the limit.
-Timing detection for Zen and Zen+ generations. For the generation Zen 2 at the moment there is no possibility to add a definition of timings due to NDA. Unfortunately.
-Fixed a lack of presets for X399.
-Fixed a rare error in which it was impossible to calculate the timings.
-Added a button to access the Internet overclocking statistics generation Zen 2.
-For users of Intel systems in the “Additional Calculators” section, it is possible to calculate tREFI and RTL IO-L.
-Added 2 new latency tests for MEMbench.
** Custom latency is a memory access test that the processor cannot predict (using a specific offset).
** Random latency - the average time is measured for random memory accesses in a buffer of a certain size. Partially affects the result of TLB.
** Both tests are release candidates, but I do not deny that there will be calibrations.
-Custom latency and Random latency are included in the Easy and Default packages. Please note that during testing, the program will open / close the prompt itself (you do not need to deal with it).
-Added information about the processor’s L3 cache size. Also, the size of the test blocks for latency tests is controlled relative to it.
-Added button Clear standby. It is used to clean cached memory by the operating system. Didn’t the test run? - Click Clear standby.
-Max RAM button better determines the amount of free memory available for testing. Useful for checking memory for errors.
-There are exceptions for many functions.
Fault tolerance of the program increased.
-Graphics updated

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Hoy sacaban ya la versión compatible con los 3000, no? en el enlace hablan solo de los 1000 y 2000


Me llego el email que han actualizado la calculadora…

De hecho en el historial de cambios, la v1.6.0 incluye FULL support to Zen2 and X570 boards…

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¿Es la 1.60 la actualizada, no?

Si, me repito, si mirais la version en la web pone v1.6.0… :grimacing:

Nueva version v01.6.0.3

**Improved compatibility with older operating systems (.NET Framework 4.6.1 and Runtime Libraries are required).
**Improved support for low resolution monitors.
**Improved timing calculation when using the Manual profile (as it used to be called Debug).
**Due to numerous requests, the algorithm is partially used from version 1.0.0 beta 3 + significant improvements.
**Changed the frequency limit for Samsung b-die and Hynix CJR. Samsung b-die has no restrictions for the Manual profile.
**MEMbench сalibrations for 3900X and 3950X.
**Bugs fixed

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Nueva version 1.6.1

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Pues debe haber cambios importantes

Han aumentado bastante las latencias

Bueno, las relaja un poco pero para eso tienes luego lso botones de FAST y EXTREME :stuck_out_tongue:

Llevo tiempo usandola y he visto tanto cambios…

Bueno, ese perfil que ves con 16 cas es fast. Extreme aun no funciona. La version anterior es save. Resulta que me da buenos resultados, esta claro que todo tiene que ver con los timmings secundarios.

Poooos… en ambos pone Safe :stuck_out_tongue:

Pero sí, por lo que he aprendido hay algunas sublatencias crocletas que marcan la diferencia :smiley:

Raro pq le di a fast, luego miraré de nuevo

Vale ya se que paso, le di a Safe para comparar los dos save. Lo que realmente cambia son los secundarios, TRFC, etc…