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This is some important info if anyone hasn't seen it.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1625647/ddr4-for-ryzen/70#post_25984436

And chew has dual rank 32g running @3200 on tiachi if you read a bit farther.

Nice. Not exactly plug and play though. Takes work.
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I have had problems with motherboards before but I have never seen some of the stuff I'm seeing with the Asus Crosshair VI. Everything I though I knew no longer applies and what I have learned is not replicatable. Just gonna get it to where it will boot and continue on with my build. I don't hear many other people saying anything about the problems with this board but man it's not like the last Crosshair I owned. I honestly don't think they ASUS/AMD will be able to fix it. Great CPU if it just worked, great MB if it just worked. Really don't know where to place fault.. Oh well.

Could be my fault because I bought parts before launch like my ram. But I figured GSkill Trident Z RGB F4-3000C15D-16GTZR would work. Not the fastest ram but very stable ram. Timings are a little tight at C15-16-16-35 but not no where near the tightest ram I've bought. Already have my block but when I tried the initial boot I knew that I have better just put an air cooler on it until I got a boot and some stability. Most aggravating system I've ever seen. I did have problems with Z170 and x99 but nothing like this. I've really never seen it being left up to the community to find a stable BIOS but I guess this is a whole new process. Really kinda seems like Asus just turned their backs on Ryzen as far as official support goes. Don't know what to feel about this. Pretty flustered with the whole deal right now. Maybe by the time I get my case mods done and the dual loop built it will be better. I bet the number of these boards getting RMAd is crazy high. I, at first, could not even get the BIOS to flash and it won't flash without the CPU and the BIOS renamer. You have to use the renamer, you just cant rename it yourslef and I haven't seen this posted yet. When my new ram arrives next week I will have almost $500 in ram for this board. But I can use the ram in other builds I guess. Just venting a little tonight, first time I've spoken of my problems with this CPU/MB but man it has some issues.

I suggest a tour through the depths of the ROG Crosshair VI Overclocking thread (approaching 8000 posts at this writing). BIOSes are now more mature (albeit not without issues, mostly related to overclocking), and no further board damaging should occur with the new BIOSes. It is not necessary to have a CPU present to flash the BIOS; it is necessary to have the new BIOS on a USB as a correctly named file (written by another PC). Memory performance (beyond its JEDEC specified performance) depends on settings, and who made the chips. There is a wealth of information, but it does take a while to digest. A pre-digested summary may be found at http://www.overclock.net/t/1625015/ryzen-essential-info-with-link-to-owners-info-db/0_30.
     
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Are a lot of people having trouble with their x370 taichis ?
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I'm looking to build my dad a computer for Father's Day. I really want to do an AMD build but I have heard a lot of bad things about the Ryzen boards. Have these issues been rectified by now? All I really need is a board that I can trust to run error free for ~5 years at stock speeds. I'm open to any manufacturer except for Asrock. I've seen way too many failures from them to even consider them anymore. Thank you.
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Going to start collecting parts for a new build in a few weeks. A black and white theme built around Ryzen.

PCPartPicker part list: https://pcpartpicker.com/list/rLXvcc

CPU: AMD RYZEN 7 1700 3.0GHz 8-Core Processor  ($319.98 @ NCIX US) 

CPU Cooler: CRYORIG R1 Universal 76.0 CFM CPU Cooler  ($69.99 @ Newegg Marketplace) 

Motherboard: MSI X370 XPOWER GAMING TITANIUM ATX AM4 Motherboard  ($289.88 @ OutletPC) 

Memory: G.Skill TridentZ Series 32GB (2 x 16GB) DDR4-3200 Memory  ($321.99 @ Newegg) 

Storage: Samsung 960 Evo 500GB M.2-2280 Solid State Drive  ($249.99 @ B&H) 

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Power Supply: SeaSonic Snow Silent 750W 80+ Platinum Certified Fully-Modular ATX Power Supply  ($139.98 @ B&H) 

Total: $1512.79

Not sure if the ram will work however i think ill take the chance biggrin.gif  

I look forward to reading all of these posts. lol

Galax, HoF ram. Definitely white, haven't heard of a kit that wasn't bdie and it's not as expensive as tridentz or the rebranded ryzen flavor. . Only 8 gig single rank dimms though. There's a 2x8 3600 kit of HoF ram on a qvl listed at 3200 docp.
Edited by yendor - 4/8/17 at 9:17pm
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I'm looking to build my dad a computer for Father's Day. I really want to do an AMD build but I have heard a lot of bad things about the Ryzen boards. Have these issues been rectified by now? All I really need is a board that I can trust to run error free for ~5 years at stock speeds. I'm open to any manufacturer except for Asrock. I've seen way too many failures from them to even consider them anymore. Thank you.

Plenty of us are stable and worry free, however, having built PCs for my mom and dad i would say absolutely wait a while until the BIOSes mature even more. Some people even on stock speeds are having issues especially with xfr (its why for people that just plan on using em for daily needs, just get non x chips instead).

Otherwise i have been rock solid stable for over 2 weeks now with OCed 1700x and ram at 2933.
    
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I'm looking to build my dad a computer for Father's Day. I really want to do an AMD build but I have heard a lot of bad things about the Ryzen boards. Have these issues been rectified by now? All I really need is a board that I can trust to run error free for ~5 years at stock speeds. I'm open to any manufacturer except for Asrock. I've seen way too many failures from them to even consider them anymore. Thank you.

Most of the "bad" things have been rectified for weeks now. The biggest thing that's left is wider ram compatibility at higher speed. It works, just not necessarily as fast as it's rated without some tweaking. We expect most of it will wind up working near it's rated speed. That has improved, keeps improving even.

So what's your dad going to do on the pc?
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Me again, got a few questions, what are the tips and tricks for setting mem. freq, i had some patriot viper 3200 laying around that i used for this build. It's running at 2133 atm, xmp profile bootloops the system. What should i look into to get it as high as possible aside from buying some new ram. Also, HWMONITOR - do the temps there reflect the real scenario or do you substract 20 from them for a 1800x? Thank you.
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Thank you for your reply. What I need and as a pretty avid PC builder, it pains me to ask this, is some stable settings on my CH6 MB to get my 1800x working normally. 3.6 with xfr working is fine for me or an oc profile that holds it at 4ghz. It's going to be under water with it's own 480 rad (dual loop) so temp is not really an issue but I would really like for it to only boost up when needed and idle at 3.6 or lower to keep fans off. Just the rad should keep it cool without fans running at 3.6 (lord I hope so). Here is the build specs.

Asus ch6, 1800x, 256 960evo, dual 480mm ek 60mm thickness, dual d5 revos, dual big Vega (figure they should be out by the time the build is complete), dual 250ml res, primochill fittings and petg, 19 ek 1200rpm fans, gutted and plexi'd ehthoo primo, NZXT 6" LED, Corsair 1200AXi, cable mod cables,

This is a pic of my current pc that I will be selling: 6700k, Gigabyte Xtreme 980ti, all EK, enthoo primo


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Are a lot of people having trouble with their x370 taichis ?

Not that I've really heard outside of the normal issues that all the boards were having, the latest BIOS on the Taichi seems to working quite well.

Chew was pushing the board to its limits he just posted a screenshot with ref clock at 120 which caused WIFI to stop working, but issues at that high of a reference clock is to be expected.
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