So I’ve gotten Windows 10 and Fedora 28 to boot with this overclock, which seems a little too good to be true. I’ve successfully transplanted a Ryzen 7 1700 and 32GB of the aforementioned Kingston RAM from a Dell tower into an MSI B450 Tomahawk. I’m a little dubious about the stability of this OC, but Windows seems OK and the RAM checks out with a couple of passes from the Windows memory checker.
I’d check with memtest86 but apparently it’s not UEFI compatible, so I’m not sure what to test with. SiSoft Sandra reports memory bandwidth of 35.7GB/s and latency of 67.1ns, but I’m not sure if it uses any integrity checks. I did get one warning from SiSoft about insufficient voltage so I might need to bump that up a bit (I think it’s at 1.36v currently.)
Any suggestions for testing? I’m open to Linux or Windows tests, but phoronix at least seems to be unable to phone home at present.