DRAM calculator for Ryzen helps with overclocking your memory on the AMD Ryzen platform.
We all want to squeeze as much performance as possible from our systems, and this normally involves overclocking various components. While tuning your CPU or video card has become a lot more intuitive over the years, most users still avoid messing with their RAM, as the process can be quite a bit more complicated. DRAM Calculator for Ryzen Essentially, this utility calculates the timings you need to set in your BIOS in order to get better performance or stability, depending on your needs. While it is clearly not designed for complete novices, it does make things easier.
DRAM Calculator for Ryzen OverviewUse DRAM Calculator for Ryzen to get the most out of your memory by finding the best timings that can be run safely, with this specialized calculator designed for the AMD Ryzen platform. It suggests memory timing sets optimized for your memory kit, for example B-die. Using Ryzen DRAM calculator you can achieve higher memory overclocks with better stability. Ryzen DRAM calculator is designed to work with all AMD Ryzen Zen architecture first and second generation processors.
Overclock RAM on AMD systemsThe overclocking of the memory has come back into fashion, not least because of the first two generations of Ryzen CPUs , Summit Ridge and Pinnacle Ridge . The memory controller of the Zen architecture , however, requires intuition, the free program DRAM Calculator for Ryzen can help here.
The DRAM Calculator starts right here and offers a total of nine presets, which are divided into three profiles matching the selected platform (Safe, Fast and Extreme). For the first steps, it is advisable to choose a "safe" preset, later you can also set up "fast" or even "extreme" presets, provided you have the appropriate RAM kit. In addition to information on the corresponding timings, the tool also provides specific recommendations for the appropriate voltage values for the memory (DRAM Voltage) and the SoC (SoC Voltage) as well as the required resistances.
The DRAM Calculator for Ryzen also offers in the version 184.108.40.206 an integrated benchmark (MEMbench) as well as a stability test (MemTest), which is based on the well-known HCI MemTest . Thus, the own OC results can be checked immediately for performance and stability.
Handy Tips and Tricks- Do not use voltages that are too high for SOC and DRAM. The calculator will tell you which range of values you should try for a stable result. Generally, the best SOC values fall between 0.97–1.025 V.
- Jitter occurs when riding or falling edges occur at times that differ from the ideal time. Some edges occur early, some occur late. In a digital circuit, all signals are transmitted in reference to clock signals. The deviation of the digital signal as a result of reflections, intersymbol interference, crosstalk, PVT (process-voltage-temperature) variations, and other factors amounts to jitter. Some jitter is simply random.
- Always use extra cooling for RAM. Lower voltages also mean less heat. By reducing the heat, you reduce the thermal radiation and decay, which makes your system more stable.
- A change to procODT or RTT is required when the system does not POST, has a huge number of errors, or a BSOD occurs. Single and rare errors can be fixed by manually changing the following timings: (1) tFAW (tRRDS *4 <= best value <= tRRDS *6), (2) increasing tRRDS by 1 or 2, or (3) changing tRTP (from 1/2 * tWR to 12).
- Single and rare errors can be fixed by changing tRDWR (from 6 to 9) and tWRRD (from 1 to 4). Note that timings must be configured in pairs. Example: tRDWR 6 and tWRRD 2, tRDWR 6 and tWRRD 3, tRDWR 6 and tWRRD 4, tRDWR 7 and tWRRD 1, and so on.
v1.5.1 (May 13th, 2019)
- Updated Micron E / H die presets (3533 max)
- Debug profile is available only for SAFE presets (in case if do not start the system when using V1 or V2).
- Minor adjustments to calculate Debug profiles.
- Small changes in presets for Samsung b-die.
- Reduced activation time for tooltips for the Main tab.
- Added hint for "Topology".
- Fix crash program due to incorrect saving of user settings.
- For OEM, the frequency limit has been increased to 3533.
- Cosmetic edits in the About tab.
- Added links to German and Ukrainian communities.
- Fixed a global error when the application refused to start due to an incorrect request for system information (System info).
- Fixed a bug when starting the RTC degraded the speed of MEMbench.
- Fixed a bug where empty Ram size or Task Scope fields caused system crashes.
- Improved accuracy of results + increase the speed of the benchmark.
- Added an alternative mode Stop at (task mode) - Total. Now he is recomended for benchmark. Of course, you can activate the old Single mode, but the results will be worse.
- Removed the output of information about the speed of the test. This parameter was used to debug MEMbech and is not valuable to users.
- Added pop-up hints for MEMbench.
- A slight change in the color scheme MEMbench. Color graphs vary depending on the mode used. Thanks to this, in the future it will be easier for you to recognize the mode in which the test was done.
- Added system time in System info. Validation time is a prerequisite.
- Added "Max RAM" button. Calculation of the maximum-free ammount of RAM. Ideal for Memtest mode.
- Fixed a bug where the application allowed Memtest to run when there was a shortage of RAM.
- Added button-link to MEMbench results page.
v220.127.116.11 (May 7th, 2019)
- Fixed crash when you click "save settings" on Main tab
- Fixed error in the names (RRDS / RRDL), tab MEMbench
- Updated information in the tab "About"
- Fixed AFR save preset (3200-3333mhz)
v1.5.0 (May 7th, 2019)
- Added feature to compare current system timings with recommended ones. Turns on with the button "Compare timings".
- Added the ability to select the topology of the motherboard. Sheet box with the name "Topology". The meaning of this undertaking is a more accurate prediction of procODT / RTT settings. Of course, the function is not perfect and with each update of the calculator the prediction accuracy will increase.
- Partially cleaned the "Main" tab of information that is not used and clutters the user interface. This is a small advance towards the ease of use of this application.
- SOC voltage prediction blocks have undergone significant changes for each generation of Ryzen processors.
- Another recommendation is temporarily added to the CAD_BUS block.
- Recycling of most presets for each type of memory. The reason is simple - new bios make new adjustments.
- Block "Misc items" received new prediction algorithms. In particular, the GDM prediction.
- Improved support for system configurations consisting of 4 DIMMs.
- Improved algorithm for calculating profiles "Debug".
- Corrections of sudden crash programs in the calculations.
- Fixed a problem when during the import of the html profile the memory type was automatically switched to Samsung b-die mode.
- Added button link to system setup guide using Ryzen DRAM Calculator. This button is located in the "Help" tab.
- Updated information in the "About" tab and added feedback to me via Twitter.
Key features of MEMbench
- Support for processors with 1 to 32 threads (temporary restrictions) .
- Error within 0.5%.
- Automatic determination of the number of threads in the system.
- Unified rating for desktop and HEDT processors (AMD and Intel).
- Qualitatively implemented multi-threading.
- Thanks to the HCI 6 kernel (freeware), this product is free for the end user. I also want to note that this version is not modified (does not contain hacks).
- Complete absence of the influence of the processor frequency on the benchmark result.
- The result is affected by each timing (picture with themes, see below).
- Ability to work in the mode of ordinary memory check with a fixed delayed stop at a certain stage and this stage is determined by you.
- Four presets for benching "Easy mode", "Default mode", "Custom mode" and "Memtest".
- Easy mode is designed specifically for systems with a small amount of installed RAM.
- Easy to use benchmark, you need to select only MEMbench mode and click "Run".
- Provision of full-fledged system information for the Ryzen processors (for Intel, the timing-determining block is not yet connected).
- Ability to save two own results for further comparison.
- Display information in the chart.
- A window-table with information about the current state of benching or memory checking.
- "Screenshot" Button
- All possible protection against situations of low memory in the system.
- Does not use swap file.
- Loyal stress CPU test in "Default mode".
v1.4.1 (January 17th, 2019)Download DRAM CALCULATOR FOR RYZEN 1.4.1
- Added a window with information about the minimum voltage for SOC
- Major updated presets for : samsung b-die , samsung d/e-die , hynix cjr , hynix mfr , hynix cjr (timings, voltages)
- Minor updated other presets (timings)
- Some corrections for debug profile
- Other corrections/bug fixes
- In some presets tRC a multiple of tRFC (better stability and performance)
- Hynix MFR V2 profile has been deleted (many users had difficulty choosing the right profile)
- tWR's basic recommendation is now 12 (this high timing timing adversely affects stability)
- RTT_NOM . Newer BIOS versions should not always have RZQ / 7 (34ohm), sometimes the RZQ/6(40ohm) or disabled has better stability
- CAD_BUS. AddrCMDDrvStr slightly increases with the frequency of the RAM, 24-30(ohm) are the optimal value.
- New bios allow a slight decrease in SOC voltage (that's why I created a window with information about the minimum voltage)
v.18.104.22.168 (October 12th, 2018)
- Fixed Gear Down bug
- Some correction DRAM voltages for OEM
- Some correction Soc voltages for frequencies that are below 3333 MHz
- Program signature fixed
v1.4.0 (October 11th, 2018)
- Initial support Threadripper gen 1 and gen 2
- Improved SOC voltage prediction for different processors and their generations
- Additional window that will tell what minimum DRAM voltage is needed by the system
- Additional windows that show a nanosecond delay for the current calculated profile. It will be especially useful for users who are reflashing SPD
- Improved prediction procODT + RTT + CAD_BUS for some memory (the block has endured many changes)
- Improved overclocking for Hynix CJR . Up to 3800 MHz inclusive. Big thanks @Reous for the help
- A switch has been added to define system tasks, BGS / BGSalt recommendations depend on it. Turning off BGS allows you to increase gaming performance by up to 5%
- The "Custom" profile will be based solely on the data that is placed in XMP. Its new name is "Debug". Mode designed from scratch, available for almost all chips (but still need some time for a more subtle configuration).I think this mode is needed for professionals who want to see all the changes relative to automatic overclocking or XMP profile. This will allow them to see some nuances that can not provide the profiles of "V1" and "V2".Also, this mode will be useful to owners of systems based on Intel processors.
- Some changes in procODT + RTT for systems in which 4 RAM SR modules
- Added support for Micron D-die
- Changes in the code that will help speed up the development of the calculator (future versions)
- Added some popup tips for key settings
- New picture in folder Configuring Ryzen Systems v5
- Other corrections/bug fixes
v1.3.1 (July 30th, 2018)
- new extreme presets for samsung b-die
- correction procODT+RTT_PARK for samsung b-die, all micron + correction RTT_NOM for all memory
- new V2 profile (low quality chips) for samsung b-die
- added support high frequency for 4 dimm samsung b-die
- added support Hynix AFR/MFR in Overclocking potential DRAM
- pop-up windows are added for some situations
- main recomendation 20 20 20 20 for CAD_BUS is back
- correction some timings in all samsung b-die presets
- some correction in micron e-die preset
- picture "b-die termination" in folder
- geardown bug fix
- minor bug fix
v1.3.0 (July 28th, 2018)
- Fast preset more optimized, I advise you to start with it
- added initial support Hynix CFR (18nm), Micron E-die (16nm)
- substantially reworked most of the presets (timings, procODT, RTT, voltages)
- the "custom profile" now works a little differently, in most cases the XMP data is simply not compatible with Ryzen, so some timings are calculated according to a special algorithm. My opinion, importing a profile in most cases will not be successful anyway, AMD and Intel controllers have huge architectural differences and signal tolerances.
- combined Samsung e-die / d-die (v1 profile d-die, v2 - e-die)
- Extreme preset got a new life (I remind you that any memory requires additional cooling, if the memory heats above 52 degrees the system loses stability. AMD I have notified.)
- Overclocking potential DRAM is back for samsung b-die (for other chips, support will be added later)
- the combination for procODT + RTT now has more accurate recommendations for frequencies, with a change in frequency, these parameters change
- some items have been removed (for example, the recommendations have become smaller, DQS str + Data drive has been removed because most motherboards do not have these settings. These settings work only on ASUS CH6 / 7)
- new AGESA brought some changes in the power supply (PMU) for SOC / DRAM, the difference between generations of processors I did not see, because the choice of processor generation was removed
- appeared protection from stupid situations, when memory is not capable of working at the desired frequency, but the calculator gives suggestions
- added Help tab with 4 button (Overclocking Statistics + Information support)
- adaptation for older versions of Windows
- small UI changes
- TRFC2/4 now painted in gray color, that is, I do not recommend using them
- bug fixing
- in the folder with the program now there is a picture, it is a methodical tool to help you set up the system
DRAM Calculator 1.5.0 für Ryzen-Prozessoren veröffentlichtYuri "1usmus" Bubliy hat den DRAM Calculator in der Version 1.5.0 veröffentlicht. Dieser richtet sich an alle Nutzer eines Ryzen-Prozessors von AMD. Die neueste Version gilt aufgrund des guten Vorgängers bereits als neue Referenz für das RAM-OC im Zusammenspiel mit den Ryzen-Prozessoren – wegen der komplexen Einstellungen, aber vor allem wegen der Tatsache, dass diese komplexe Einstellungen in eine einfache Benutzeroberfläche gefasst sind.
In Version 1.5.0 integriert ist ein MEMBench. Dieser soll die Leistung des Speichers, bzw. des Speicher-Subsystems testen können, kann aber auch die Stabilität der gewählten Einstellungen prüfen. Verbessert wurde außerdem die Übersicht der Einstellungen. So gibt es nun eine Möglichkeit, die aktuellen Einstellungen gegen die möglichen Einstellungen zu vergleichen – somit werden die möglich gemachten oder empfohlenen Einstellungen besser für den Nutzer ersichtlich.
Das RAM-OC, bzw. die Einstellungen zum Arbeitsspeicher sind bei den Ryzen-Prozessoren sehr umfangreich. Sie bieten aber vor allem viel Potenzial, welches oft einfach brach liegenbleibt. Dies zeigt unter anderem der Thread "Ryzen RAM OC Thread + Mögliche Limitierungen" in unserem Forum.
Im Hintergrund gibt es ebenfalls Verbesserungen der Software. Dies betrifft vor allem die Berechnungen der jeweiligen Einstellungen für die diversen Werte und teilweise auch zu wählenden Spannungen.
Die wichtigsten Änderungen in der Übersicht:
Added feature to compare current system timings with recommended ones. Turns on with the button "Compare timings".
Added the ability to select the topology of the motherboard. Sheet box with the name "Topology". The meaning of this undertaking is a more accurate prediction of procODT / RTT settings. Of course, the function is not perfect and with each update of the calculator the prediction accuracy will increase.
Partially cleaned the "Main" tab of information that is not used and clutters the user interface. This is a small advance towards the ease of use of this application.
SOC voltage prediction blocks have undergone significant changes for each generation of Ryzen processors.
Another recommendation is temporarily added to the CAD_BUS block.
Recycling of most presets for each type of memory. The reason is simple - new bios make new adjustments.
Block "Misc items" received new prediction algorithms. In particular, the GDM prediction.
Improved support for system configurations consisting of 4 DIMMs.
Improved algorithm for calculating profiles "Debug".
Corrections of sudden crash programs in the calculations.
Fixed a problem when during the import of the html profile the memory type was automatically switched to Samsung b-die mode.
Added button link to system setup guide using Ryzen DRAM Calculator. This button is located in the "Help" tab.
Updated information in the "About" tab and added feedback to me via Twitter.
Der MEMbench wird vom Entwickler ebenfalls noch einmal genauer umschrieben bzw. dessen Funktionen zusammengefasst:
Support for processors with 1 to 32 threads (temporary restrictions) .
Error within 0.5%.
Automatic determination of the number of threads in the system.
Unified rating for desktop and HEDT processors (AMD and Intel).
Qualitatively implemented multi-threading.
Thanks to the HCI 6 kernel (freeware), this product is free for the end user. I also want to note that this version is not modified (does not contain hacks).
Complete absence of the influence of the processor frequency on the benchmark result.
The result is affected by each timing (picture with themes, see below).
Ability to work in the mode of ordinary memory check with a fixed delayed stop at a certain stage and this stage is determined by you.
Four presets for benching "Easy mode", "Default mode" , "Custom mode" and "Memtest".
Easy mode is designed specifically for systems with a small amount of installed RAM.
Easy to use benchmark, you need to select only MEMbench mode and click "Run".
Provision of full-fledged system information for the Ryzen processors (for Intel, the timing-determining block is not yet connected).
Ability to save two own results for further comparison.
Display information in the chart.
A window-table with information about the current state of benching or memory checking. "Screenshot" Button
All possible protection against situations of low memory in the system.
Does not use swap file.
Loyal stress CPU test in "Default mode".
Der Download des DRAM Calculator in der Version 1.5.0 ist unter anderem hier möglich
ConclusionTo conclude DRAM Calculator for Ryzen works on Windows operating system and can be easily downloaded using the below download link according to Freeware license. DRAM Calculator for Ryzen download file is only 254 KB in size.
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