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Originally Posted by hotstocks View Post

I am not as harsh as some critics here. I realize early adopter issues. But please don't make me regret my first of hundreds of Asus purchases. I mean I paid UP , top dollar, about $275 for the best Ryzen motherboard, and it does seem more problematic and slower to get bios updates than the cheaper alternatives. I really would hope Asus will support their flagship mobo the best, not the worst. Hoping good things to come in May.

Have you actually tried those alternatives? The issues we're dealing with now are largely system wide. Things like Aura are not, so I can understand the frustration there.
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Raja, Elmor, thanks a lot for all that you are doing. I have been playing with my system for about a week now and I am really amazed by the CH6 and Ryzen (despite a few glaring problems like S3 sleep not working). I am looking forward to the May update, may it be a good one.
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You should still be able to get them.

Outside that, plenty on offer from Micron and Hynix.
With trying to see the JEDEC's papers I would have to lie and i'm not about to do that.
post #10154 of 17234
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Originally Posted by YpsiNine View Post

Raja, Elmor, thanks a lot for all that you are doing. I have been playing with my system for about a week now and I am really amazed by the CH6 and Ryzen (despite a few glaring problems like S3 sleep not working). I am looking forward to the May update, may it be a good one.

I need to check S3 on my system here and see if it responds to the memory being stable or not.

In terms of UEFI updates, there's already another build being tested internally that is supposed to help with cold BOOT. That said, I think a lot of the issues are being caused by incorrect ProcODT.
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With trying to see the JEDEC's papers I would have to lie and i'm not about to do that.

There's nothing in them that's damaging to know - assuming one understands the basics. And, like I said, Micron and Hynix have plenty for you to chew on.
post #10156 of 17234
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Originally Posted by wingman99 View Post

With trying to see the JEDEC's papers I would have to lie and i'm not about to do that.

Hello

If one does not have direct access there are plenty of papers originating from JEDEC available via Google.
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And in company name, I just fill out for personal use. No issues on my side.
post #10158 of 17234
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Originally Posted by Raja@ASUS View Post

And in company name, I just fill out for personal use. No issues on my side.

I did that when I got the Intel CPU docs years ago.

They sent me a BOX full. Literally, a box full of printed documents for free.
post #10159 of 17234
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Originally Posted by Raja@ASUS View Post

Elmor may know for those builds. As a pointer, my 32GB kit (2x 16GB modules) needs 80 Ohms. Praz's 4X8GB kit needs 36.9 Ohms. Setup this way, the board POSTs consistently from cold and warm resets without falling into safe mode. The 0079 UEFI build we're on does not default to these values.

So, as one might expect (at least naively), when a line is loaded with more memory, the added resistive load necessary for minimizing ringing decreases (higher resistance) to compensate.

Eventually, providing a table of optimal settings by memory type and configuration would be useful.
     
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AMD Ryzen 1800X ASUS ROG CROSSHAIR VI HERO X370 Asus ROG STRIX nVidia GeForce GTX1080Ti-O11G G. Skill TridentZ F4-3200C14D-32GTZ 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
Samsung SSD 850 EVO 256GB Asus UltraDrive 8X Noctua NH-D15 SE-AM4  Linux Mint 18.1 MATE 64-bit  
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
LG 4K TV OLED55B6P Logitech MK235 RF Wireless Keyboard & Mouse PC Power & Cooling Turbo-Cool 860i Nanoxia Project S 
Mouse
See Keyboard 
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post #10160 of 17234
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Originally Posted by kaseki View Post


Eventually, providing a table of optimal settings by memory type and configuration would be useful.

You already have two values to work with as a starting point. Why don't you run some tests?
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