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@Scotty99

PM'd you chap. Here is video instead of words, so "we" can confirm you have Hynix.



Oh its most definitely hynix confirmed by aida. It not hitting 3200 does not surprise me, as we all know b die's just jive better with ryzen at the moment for whatever reason. The perplexing thing to me is why it wont go over 2400, it should be able to hit at least 2666 without issue.
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http://forum.gigabyte.us/thread/886/am4-beta-bios-thread?page=42
Believe me, we're sooo past trying to help him.
Then accept your crappy board, RAM, and your skills as they rightly are.

CHEAP COMPONENTS = CHEAP RESULTS


whats wrong with the asrock killer sli/ac?
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LOVE the wingnuts.

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Is it a carriage bolt or are there more wingnuts on the backside as well?
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Oh its most definitely hynix confirmed by aida. It not hitting 3200 does not surprise me, as we all know b die's just jive better with ryzen at the moment for whatever reason. The perplexing thing to me is why it wont go over 2400, it should be able to hit at least 2666 without issue.

OK.

Use a USB stick, F12 saves UEFI (ie bios) screenies, upload/PM, then "we" can view better. Reading manual OC Tweaker / Advanced is where "we" be doing stuff, so screenies of those be handy.

From what 8 Pack on OCuk said the Asrock boards are decent, this was from a comment I read while back at Ryzen launch, he knows someone there in R&D or something along those lines.
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Okay, so I'm interested in why you think that the Asrock Killer is a bad board and why the Ripjaws V is bad ram?
Is there a reason? If you've explained this somewhere in the past 20 pages and want to link me there, that's fine. I haven't seen it glancing through though.

The response is not aimed directly towards the board. If you read back, his 4000MHz B-Dies hit 2933 on that same board. And I did mention that.

That was purely a response to his statement saying, he only (my own word) has a Killer - in his mind, Cheaper. And I have a better (my own word too) more expensive Gigabyte.

Now for the RAM, I have tested a lot of Hynix, C - B - D Dies, Microns, Elpidas and can only get 2666 guaranteed for everything. With Elpidas, Microns doing 3200 with absurd timings. Hynix did 2933 with some love.

What happens in between the mobo and the RAM is left to the CPU and the user.
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Wait am i the problem or the board/ram? You have suggested both.

Lets forget about 3200 atm, why will my board not post at xmp timings/volts at 2666:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oQKeSXluyBU

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whats wrong with the asrock killer sli/ac?

See above.
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Right and thats what i dont get, if i could post at 2666 id be ok with that.....but i am the only person ive seen who cant hit those numbers.

I think this is all going to get worked out eventually like ive said in the past, could you imagine 6 months from now people are still having these ram issues? Prospective R3 or R5 buyers simply cannot afford samsung b die ram, they will have to pick hynix or crucial stuff.

Its just weird to me it hasnt been fixed yet.
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Ya i realize its not a huge difference, just kinda the idea i bought 3200 ram (even tho i got it at a great price) id like it to hit those speeds. And most of the games i play do great at 1440p with a 1060, card surprised me at how well it does actually.

Have you tried experimenting with increasing vcore while leaving the cpu stock and only changing the memory speeds/timings?

- Set your cpu multi to 32x, and start at 1.3v for the vcore (static volts only, no offset overclocking)
- From here adjust your ram speeds starting at 2666 (seeing as 2400 posts/works)
- If it doesn't post, increase your vcore and or loosen timings
- Continue to increase vcore up to 1.4v changing only the vcore and memory timings

If none of that works, it's still a crap shoot until we get some major improvements with that "May update" AMD has teased us with. The majority of speeds above 2933 are still being posted by B-Die kits.
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Your real problem is having that thought in the back of your mind.

If I were you, I'd accept things for what they are right now considering it was your own purchase decision.

We advised you to get a 3200C14 kit before. You didn't. And instead opted for the more expensive 4000MHz (thought you knew better, eh) kit and got mad as you cannot hit 3200 with those.

This forum have tried to help you. If you didn't realize that.
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