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Good to know Auto is okay for you. Might be worth stressing the system and see if it holds up. Also might be worth experimenting with a higher frequency and seeing what happens - that is if you're curious enough to find out.

ive put it up to 103 BCLK while maintaining somewhat the same CPU speed but that is about where system lockups, BSOD, and boot loops start occuring from practical use. Still no post fail, but F9 boot loop.
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Originally Posted by Kildar View Post

Gotacha....

Small BCLK changes at first. Even single digits. Will take some time if what your system needs is different to the values reported thus far.
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ive put it up to 103 BCLK while maintaining somewhat the same CPU speed but that is about where system lockups, BSOD, and boot loops start occuring from practical use.

Yeah, for something meaningful data wise, I'd need something more thorough.
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For memory testing GSAT or HCI is a better option. Most everything else can pass including Prime and IBT where these two will uncover errors.
Yeah, I still have some issue apparently related to temperatures still in the system. Right now I'm only getting errors in y-cruncher, and only after having it run for half an hour or so. Prime95 happily runs for 5h+ without issues.

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Good man. Does it POST consistently from standby, reset, and power cycle?
Haven't done extensive cold testing yet, but first time I've booted it from total disconnection it failed training and reset the AMD configs (I had retries to 3). After I get to the BIOS and enter the values, it doesn't have any issues with reboots, neither hard or soft.
    
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Yeah, I still have some issue apparently related to temperatures still in the system. Right now I'm only getting errors in y-cruncher, and only after having it run for half an hour or so. Prime95 happily runs for 5h+ without issues.
Haven't done extensive cold testing yet, but first time I've booted it from total disconnection it failed training and reset the AMD configs (I had retries to 3). After I get to the BIOS and enter the values, it doesn't have any issues with reboots, neither hard or soft.

Okay. When you get time, try an AC power cycle with the ODT set to the value that you found and see if it fires up without going into safe mode.
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Okay. When you get time, try an AC power cycle with the ODT set to the value that you found and see if it fires up without going into safe mode.

Had the machine on standby since yesterday, just turned it on to see how it goes. Starts with a F9 fail and retry, but on the second try it trained and it's up. I'll try to leave it fully off for a bit and see if it still trains.
    
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You already have two values to work with as a starting point. Why don't you run some tests?

I haven't received all my parts yet to build a rig, and some are so scarce I have yet to order them. The Asus 1080Ti with 3 fans is in scalper mode, for example, and not all FlareX listed to support the C6H are actually available. However, in the fullness of time, I will try to accommodate your request -- but I hope in the spirit of economy to have to do it for only one pair of DRAM.

I have ordered a C6H, so I look forward to discovering how many values the C6H provides as options for this parameter.
     
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Why would you say NOT to get ram that is actually MADE for the Ryzen?

It just Works
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Mine is the F4-3200C14D16GTZKW on 0081 - BCLK Auto - 3200 - 14-14-14-34 @ 1.35V, 1.4V boot - SoC tested both Auto and 1.0V.

Will not POST with: 36.9 or lower as well as 80 or higher. Around 53.3 will POST after change, only tested 53.3 power on from soft off, works fine most of the time. Although this morning it failed for the first time, it was unusually cold here, maybe related. None of the settings in this range will work after power was cut completely, need to take a detour through BIOS (which I don't actually mind though).
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