Der “DRAM Calculator for Ryzen” hilft beim Übertakten des Arbeitsspeichers auf Plattformen mit AMDs Ryzen-Prozessoren, indem auf Basis der Daten des eingesetzten Arbeitsspeichers Vorschläge für die Einstellungen der Timings gemacht werden.
v184.108.40.206 (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”.
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