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Have you tried lowering the timings? Lower timings and a bit of voltage got me to 2933.
FYI, ryzen master usually pushes like 50% load on the last core. That causes it not to park and increases "idle" temps since it uses resources.

I have not, im pretty derpy when it comes to memory never had to manually enter timings on intel systems lol.

The only reason i got to 2400 is in asrock bios it gave me "suggestions" which were 15-15-15-36 and it got me to 2400 but no higher.

What would be some timings i could try for 2666 or 2933?
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I have not, im pretty derpy when it comes to memory never had to manually enter timings on intel systems lol.

The only reason i got to 2400 is in asrock bios it gave me "suggestions" which were 15-15-15-36 and it got me to 2400 but no higher.

What would be some timings i could try for 2666 or 2933?

So I have 16-16-16-36 3200mhz @1.35 memory, but with those timings I couldn't go faster than 2666.

Dropping it to 18-16-16-36 @1.4 let me hit 2933.

Try adding 2 to everything (using your xmp timings as a default) with .05v extra. If that works you can then try putting some back. I found it didn't care about anything except the first one in my case. You can try doing that first :-P
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I am not sure tbh. When my C6H "bricked", I ran 1.2V SOC voltage. After the 0902 fix bios was released, Elmor recommended not to go past 1.2V. (When my board bricked, this information was not yet available.)

I did not go over 1.2V to be exact. Though I dont know if this recommended max is also valid for earlier bioses or if 5803 had a lower soc voltage limit. When the recommended max is 1.2V, people might argue that exactly 1.2V is also asking for trouble. And also I do not know if maybe some llc increased the voltage slightly higher than 1.2V.

Also I set this soc voltage to get a higher ref clock running. For example with 1.1V SOC, ref clock above 120 MHz would not post.


tldr, I do not know exactly what is causing the issue. If I were a C6H owner now, I would keep SOC below 1.2V and also keep the ref clock at 100 MHz.
Tiny Tom Logan from OC3D stated in one of his videos that 1.20v is the ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM you want you SOC voltage to be and then STRONGLY recommended not exceeding 1.15v.

In fact I believe it was in his CH6 Mobo review!

Haha and I just told gupsterg last night he should try 1.2 because 'AMD uses it as an example like it's nothing so it's probably fine'.
Boy is my face red biggrin.gif
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So I have 16-16-16-36 3200mhz @1.35 memory, but with those timings I couldn't go faster than 2666.

Dropping it to 18-16-16-36 @1.4 let me hit 2933.

Try adding 2 to everything (using your xmp timings as a default) with .05v extra. If that works you can then try putting some back. I found it didn't care about anything except the first one in my case. You can try doing that first :-P

Cool ill give that a go later. I think my ram is the same but 16 16 16 38.
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Haha and I just told gupsterg last night he should try 1.2 because 'AMD uses it as an example like it's nothing so it's probably fine'.
Boy is my face red biggrin.gif

Not an issue mate thumb.gifand did I use 1.2V biggrin.gif .

11.5hrs @ 3.8GHz ACB +125mV (~1.344V on DMM) SOC: 0.925V in bios, ~0.944V DMM





I'm pretty certain now I can't go lower on VCORE for OC, as original testing was +106.25mV then later upto +118.75mV and had errors. SOC I'm gonna keep lowering over the next week with this CMK8GX4M2A2400C14 while I wait for my F4-3200C14D-16GTZ return from RMA.
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Isn't there a lot more b350s than x370s in stock? B350s might make more sense for Ryzen 5 anyway for budget builders.

Doable to do under $300 for b350, ryzen 1400, and 8gb ddr4 4gbx2.
     
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Can everyone who sees this do me a huge favor. Send me your CPU Ghz/Voltage and your RAM mhz/voltage for 1800x and 2933 max ram mhz. It's for science. Thanks!
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Hello I am new here but I am having problems with My R7 1700 to POST when setting DDR4-3500Mhz or more.

When it POSTs it is perfectly stable.

Do you have any tips?




It is just a problem with POSTing itself when RAM Training, not stability issue?
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Hello I am new here but I am having problems with My R7 1700 to POST when setting DDR4-3500Mhz or more.

When it POSTs it is perfectly stable.

Do you have any tips?




It is just a problem with POSTing itself when RAM Training, not stability issue?

Some people can't post above 2133/2400.

Ryzen won't support even 3200 until May.

Most BIOS have major issues.

Pick an answer? Lol
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Hello I am new here but I am having problems with My R7 1700 to POST when setting DDR4-3500Mhz or more.

When it POSTs it is perfectly stable.

Do you have any tips?




It is just a problem with POSTing itself when RAM Training, not stability issue?

List your components, it will help.
Motherboard model
Memory model and base speed

You may have to drop it to 3200mhz

[EDIT:] Stupid me, did not see the listed parts in the AIDA screenie.
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