Originally Posted by madweazl
I dont think it's as simple as that either. If the new microcode does indeed lead to better compatibility, it suggests the IMC is just fine (which I believe it to be).
True but then people have had luck with ProDT and changing the ohms which leads me to believe some IMCs have different resistance and changing it from the BIOS is whats causing it to work.
This is all in theory but it does make total sense if you think about it. We don't even know why the ram is failing at 3200 but not 2933 (mine is fine at 2933 even with timings set to 16-16-16-16-36) but its an instant fail at 3200mhz at any dram voltage and any soc voltage.
Waiting for the official 082/1002 BIOS to get the ProDT thing a try. But heres where the proof is, some people with my same exact ram and version have gotten to 3200mhz and thats hynix ram. Theyve done it using docp standard and for me thats a fail. It worked once and only once (which leads me to believe at that time the IMC picked it up then wtv happened after a cold boot never again)
So i know for a fact it can do 3200mhz since it did once, but what happened since then? If it was the board it would have worked again lol.