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^ This. If you have a single DIMM, it goes in A2. A single pair, it goes in A2+B2. Two pairs, if they are differing rank, the dual ranked pair goes in A2+B2 and the single ranked pair goes in A1+B1. There is no case in that diagram where A1+B1 is populated and A2+B2 is empty.

I have all my slots filled and run 2666 just fine

Dual Rank too
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I have all my slots filled and run 2666 just fine

Dual Rank too

HEy i saw your posts earlier about your overclocking, i was just curious why you decided to go into P states?

I right now just did manual clock>3800>offset volts>3250 offset number in windows this loads to 1.248v and has been stable so far, and at idle volts/clocks go down as they should.

Just wanted to know what the benefit/difference to p state compared to how i did it.

Also could you share timings for 2666? I can only do 15-15-15-36 2400 with my gskill 3200 kit.
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Really it's just my curiosity trying settings and methods to see how the system responds.

Leaving the voltage default in the pstate but changing the MHz only under pstate is interesting. Offsets are also interesting. Let me wake up a bit :-P
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@mus1mus

Cheers, will try AIDA64 Cache smile.gif .

Y-Cruncher was with 3.8GHz + 2400MHz.





So the disabled tests would have hit cache/mem more?

Currently 3.8GHz + 2400MHz using +118.75mV offset on core and 0.925V (-25mV from Y-Cruncher test pass for 2.5hrs). So far stable ~4hrs in f@h, I'm in the "timezone" for failure, I'll report back how it goes.

@bluej511

I have digital roomstat, in the mornings room is ~20°C. I've had no issues from "cold boot". I do not unplug PSU or cut power at switch. I will aim to leave some windows open in the room overnight and try a cold boot for you wink.gif .

I have had zero issues with C6H wink.gif . Yes my G.Skill RAM was DOA on arrival and I thought it was C6H DOA. HWiNFO lacked support for C6H, but fixed now wink.gif .

Since getting Corsair RAM on last Saturday it has been used everyday, ~12hrs, every-night off except 1. I can not recall how many settings tweaks I've done in UEFI and I have been doing multiple changes at times, no issues to report. RGB, fan control, etc all working for me without a single issue wink.gif .

Posted my G.Skill 3200MHz C14 2x8GB set for RMA yesterday, awaiting eagerly now only for their replacement smile.gif .

Give it a shot gus, seems to be the CH6 dudes having issues with it. Get it cold but don't unplug it or turn it off, i think thats the issue theyre having and its probably not a cold issue at that point but more the settings resetting themselves or something.
    
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@gupsterg

I believe one of the disabled tests is really heavy with either RAM or Cache. You can verify. The only thing I would disable from the whole suite is really just FFT. It does nothing for Ryzen.
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You know how I posted a few days ago that my Asus C6H got bricked and that I had to return in.

Well, I instead got a Gigabyte AX370-Gaming K7 and THE EXACT SAME THING HAPPENED AGAIN, ***?!
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Wow. I'm glad I just went with ASRock.
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You know how I posted a few days ago that my Asus C6H got bricked and that I had to return in.

Well, I instead got a Gigabyte AX370-Gaming K7 and THE EXACT SAME THING HAPPENED AGAIN, ***?!
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Wow. I'm glad I just went with ASRock.


At this point, I have to assume, the issue is caused by something in the basic design of all X370 boards provided by AMD.

Asus have probably just sold the most boards, gotten the most feedback and fixed it first. Others like Gigabyte, Asrock or MSI might not even know the issue exists at this point. And if they knew, they would probably never tell anyone and just quietly release a bios fix sometime down the road.


Some additional info on how the issue occured, which might help narrow things down:
- both, C6H and G7K have external clock generators
- on both boards the ref clock was set to 129
- on both boards the soc voltage was about 1.1V
- CPU clock voltage was 1.4V-1.425V
- memory voltage was 1.4V
- memory speed was 3200 MHz and or higher
- issue occured during boot, on C6H it showed "bios update in progress", on G7K it showed "bios was reset"
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Asrock is the way to go. Had an Asrock z68 Fatal1ty Pro. That's when they started to churn out some sweet motehrboards and they've been getting better ever since. No problems at all with my x370 Asrock Fatal1ty Pro as of yet. thumb.gif
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still messing around with core parking.

ran three firestrike tests.

1st core parking enabled. balanced. 0%

2nd core parking disabled. balanced. 0%

3rd. core parking disabled. balanced. 0%


http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/12041713/fs/12036816/fs/12035168

not a lot of experience with core parking but some testing doesn't hurt.
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