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post #521 of 1105
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Hi.

Guess what. I'm here wondering how to get my ram to run properly. Guess it is quite a common problem.

Have anyone gotten the
Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4 3200MHz 2x8GB set to run over 2133MHz?

Have you tried this?
1) Load Defaults or Clear CMOS.
2) Disable XMP
3) Set Ram voltage to 1.35
4) Set Ram speed to 2400 as starting point and work your way up if stable.
5) Timing: try Auto first. Or Try Even numbers like 16-16-16-36 or 38. For me 15-16-16-35 worked for my Crucial Ballistix ram.
6) If still not stable, try apply small OC and voltage bump to CPU. This helps the memory controller.
 
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post #522 of 1105
I just selected 2933 in the bios settings and mine runs at that.

Beandip
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Originally Posted by Limbeck View Post

Hi.

Guess what. I'm here wondering how to get my ram to run properly. Guess it is quite a common problem.

Have anyone gotten the
Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4 3200MHz 2x8GB set to run over 2133MHz?

I run my 4 DIMMS at 2400mhz (14-14-14-30) at the moment. Get 1689 points on Cinebench with my Ryzen 1700 3.8 ghz. (That was higher then with my RAM on 2666mhz (1668 points))
RAM 2666mhz (16-17-17-36) is also possible but it was unstable and not 'smooth' in my setup.
So I switched back to 2400mhz for now, hopefully MSI can resolve the RAM issue before CHRISTMAS???? lol
Edited by kathmandu - 4/6/17 at 5:46pm
post #524 of 1105
AMD's Ryzen Balanced power plan for Windows promises to boost CPU performance

Hey I just saw this and thought I would share with everyone here

they say will roll out in AMD drivers however if you can't wait you can install it now

https://community.amd.com/community/gaming/blog/2017/04/06/amd-ryzen-community-update-3

http://www.pcworld.com/article/3188234/hardware/amds-ryzen-balanced-power-plan-for-windows-promises-to-boost-cpu-performance.html

Also Ryzen Master will receive and update soon

Today we’re pleased to announce that Ryzen Master version 1.0.1 will be available starting April 11th with two important updates:

Ryzen Master now reports junction temperature, rather than tCTL, by automatically removing the tCTL offset on the AMD Ryzen 1800X, 1700X, and 1600X processors. See the “temperature reporting” section of this blog for more context on tCTL.
The installer no longer enables or requires HPET when Ryzen Master is installed with a system running an AGESA 1.0.0.4-based BIOS. See the “let’s talk BIOS updates” section of this blog for more context on AGESA 1.0.0.4.

Once MSI update with bios with AGESA 1.0.0.4. good things are bound to happen

also finally shipped today AM4 bracket for my water cooler

This cooler was enough to keep my FX 9590 from overheating so when I get it, I can finally try to overclock

Anyway hope this information is helpful they said it gives a performance boots in 1080p - (NOT that I care much for 1080p as I have moved onto 4k gaming at this point )

As we can all see Ryzen is a new and has bugs but it's looking better everyday.
post #525 of 1105
Have you guys been able to get 3200mhz running on this board?
1800X and BIOS Version 1.3. No luck so far on anything above 2400mhz.
post #526 of 1105
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Have you guys been able to get 3200mhz running on this board?
1800X and BIOS Version 1.3. No luck so far on anything above 2400mhz.

You are going to get the same reply in every mobo thread for am4. A bunch of us including me had 0 issues. And a chunk of ppl have issues getting 3200.
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post #527 of 1105
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You are going to get the same reply in every mobo thread for am4. A bunch of us including me had 0 issues. And a chunk of ppl have issues getting 3200.
I think i actually might have just got it stable at
3200mhz CL14
post #528 of 1105
so here we sit, a week after they pulled all the beta Bios files, and zero visible progress on updates. MSI are you listening to or hearing your customers at all?
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so here we sit, a week after they pulled all the beta Bios files, and zero visible progress on updates. MSI are you listening to or hearing your customers at all?

Yes , here I sit smile.gif



Don't get too impatient.

They are adding to the QVL like madmen - 490 kits vs about half that for the ASUS CH6
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post #530 of 1105
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so here we sit, a week after they pulled all the beta Bios files, and zero visible progress on updates. MSI are you listening to or hearing your customers at all?

Mod on MSi reckon early this week for bios.

Complain direct to MSI, I do every single day and have been for weeks now....SPAM FEST them about bios updates and improving their memory compatibility etc because the only ram that's working under A-XMP so far is Samsung b-die. They need to pull their fingers out and get with the program, AGESA updates from AMD have been rolling out and MSI still haven't updated bios with new code, freeeeeken slack. thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif
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