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post #851 of 1112
Are there any controls in the bios for SOC/Uncore? If not, does the VDDCR SOC parameter in Master give control over it?
    
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AMD R7 1700 @3.9GHz MSI X370 Titanium Asus GTX 1080ti Strix OC Corsair Dominator Platinum 16GB @2667MHz 
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AMD R7 1700 @3.9GHz MSI X370 Titanium Asus GTX 1080ti Strix OC Corsair Dominator Platinum 16GB @2667MHz 
Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveCooling
Samsung 950 Pro M.2 Samsung 840 Sata Some other standard hard drives Corsair H110i GT 
OSMonitorKeyboardPower
Windows 10 Asus PG279Q 165Hz IPS GSync Corsair K70 Lux Quickfire FSP Hydro G 850w 
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Phanteks Enthoo Pro Razer Deatfhadder Elite Corsair Gaming somethingorother 
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post #852 of 1112
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Originally Posted by hoolian View Post

i don't know if this has been posted but it might help people with memory.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vZgpHTaQ10k&index=1&list=LLg51nVsgvDZnXep_avmpTjA

Hey Hoolian, thanks to this video, I was finally able to get my Corsair LPX 3000 RAM to 2933! applaud.gif
post #853 of 1112
I've been stalking this thread for about a month now and I've finally decided to contribute a bit

The RAM kits I am using are excessive... 2 x CMK32GX4M2B3200C16 = 64 GB

I have managed to get 2667 on 1.4 on 4 DIMMs but there was some instability. Sound went flaky and icons on the desktop randomly refreshed. Benchmarking and gaming didn't have any particular problems, but Skyping while gaming was very poor quality (a lot of glitching and distortion). I'm sure it's not a connection issue, because if I'm outside the game Skype is crystal clear.

I'm using 1.5 now and 2667 seems a lot better with a bit of tweaking. Task Manager says the speed is 2133 (2 x 1067), but CPU-Z insists it's 2667 (2 x 1333) and User Benchmark seems to confirm between runs (http://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/3528716).
I had to up the voltage to 1.37, NB to 1.1 (although as the video says, it shouldn't matter) and input manual timings as the [Auto] defaults to weird values.

My CPU is a 1800X overclocked to 4.0GHz on 1.375V. It can do 4.1 at around 1.45V, but I don't see the point since it generates quite a lot of heat and I'm air cooling (6 case fans + Noctua NH-D15).

Hopefully we can get 2933 on 4 DIMMs at some point using 'generic RAM kits', I'm not getting my hopes up for 3200. smile.gif
Edited by dreadrazor - 4/28/17 at 3:03am
post #854 of 1112
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Originally Posted by dreadrazor View Post

I've been stalking this thread for about a month now and I've finally decided to contribute a bit

The RAM kits I am using are excessive... 2 x CMK32GX4M2B3200C16 = 64 GB

I have managed to get 2667 on 1.4 on 4 DIMMs but there was some instability. Sound went flaky and icons on the desktop randomly refreshed. Benchmarking and gaming didn't have any particular problems, but Skyping while gaming was very poor quality (a lot of glitching and distortion). I'm sure it's not a connection issue, because if I'm outside the game Skype is crystal clear.

I'm using 1.5 now and 2667 seems a lot better with a bit of tweaking. Task Manager says the speed is 2133 (2 x 1067), but CPU-Z insists it's 2667 (2 x 1333) and User Benchmark seems to confirm between runs (http://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/3528716).
I had to up the voltage to 1.37, NB to 1.1 (although as the video says, it shouldn't matter) and input manual timings as the [Auto] defaults to weird values.

My CPU is a 1800X overclocked to 4.0GHz on 1.375V. It can do 4.1 at around 1.45V, but I don't see the point since it generates quite a lot of heat and I'm air cooling (6 case fans + Noctua NH-D15).

Hopefully we can get 2933 on 4 DIMMs at some point using 'generic RAM kits', I'm not getting my hopes up for 3200. smile.gif

Setting the ProcODT to 40 was a major factor in my case. Did you try it?
post #855 of 1112
Yes actually and it didn't seem to matter in my case. I might experiment more when 1.6 is official or my PC starts behaving funny. I think the key is SOC voltage but it's not in the current BIOS (could do it from Ryzen master rolleyes.gif )
post #856 of 1112
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Originally Posted by dreadrazor View Post

Yes actually and it didn't seem to matter in my case. I might experiment more when 1.6 is official or my PC starts behaving funny. I think the key is SOC voltage but it's not in the current BIOS (could do it from Ryzen master rolleyes.gif )

SOC voltage is identical to NorthBridge voltage.
post #857 of 1112
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Originally Posted by os2wiz View Post

SOC voltage is identical to NorthBridge voltage.

Ok, I originally suspected the same but the youtube video somehow gave me the impression it's not. Thanks! thumb.gif
post #858 of 1112
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Originally Posted by os2wiz View Post

SOC voltage is identical to NorthBridge voltage.
AMD seems to say otherwise in this memory overclocking video thats been making the rounds in the Ryzen 7 Owners thread.
post #859 of 1112
Hello,
While installing this motherboard an error kept popping up 0E on the motherboard's display.

PC Specs:
1. Ram: Crossair dominator 3200 MH
2. CPU: AMD Ryzen 1700
3. MSI Gaming GeForce GTX 1080 8GB GDDR5X SLI DirectX 12 VR Ready Graphics Card (GTX 1080 GAMING X 8G)
4. Kingston 256SSD
5. power supply gigabyte 850w
post #860 of 1112
I'm now getting 2933 using XMP Profile 2 on 1.61 beta BIOS. Yay! I've been stuck at 2667 since launch.

Corsair 2x8 GB 3000 C15 (CMK16GX4M2B3000C15)
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