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I'm about 5900x

Board B550 Pro v2 (has VRM and very strong topology according to Buildzoid)

And memories https://www.gskill.com/product/165/326/1562839473/F4-3600C16D-32GTZN-Overview

 

Currently on 3600 16-16-16-36 1.35v with 1800 FCLK (which is simple to run XMP)

It's Bdies so should have great potential for OC

I want to try running on 3800 14-16-16-36 1.5v with 1900 FCLK (I saw it might improve 1% Lows in nice percentages on 1080p with low settings in most cases)

Basically mimicking the data of this kit (which costs about $ 250 more so I bought mine): https://gskill.com/product/165/326/1605159977/F4-3800C14D-32GTZN-Overview

Is it too much?

I do not know so much where to start (complete beginner who watched some videos)

Suppose a 3800 with an FCLK 1900 runs without touching the timings - how do I continue from there?

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There's not too much sense here, you try and then do a stability test.

And as for the trial - if the computer does not boot it is every time to shorten with a screwdriver the JUMPER of the CMOS or do I have to replace the battery?

What's more I had a bug with the BIOS until I got to a version that worked well - it does not somehow burn another BIOS but only resets the current BIOS yes?

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