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Originally Posted by Raja@ASUS View Post

It's not a sub-timing. It sets the termination impedance for the signal lines. When wrong, singal lines experience more reflections, eating into the timing budget and resulting in instability. The correct value depends on a number of factors, including memory density, load capacitance, and can vary from setup to setup according to production tolerances within all associated parts. When set correctly, the memory will have more stability margin and overclocking potential.
1) Using 0079 makes sense as the memory I'm using isn't on the patch list for 0082, so no reason for me to be on that build. And I don't need 0081, because I'm not too concerned about the default ODT being 53.3 Ohms. Finally, 0082 is of no use to me for testing 1T.

2) You'll have to stay within the confines of your system config or make a ruthless decision on audio. Getting to 3200 with 32GB requires use of the 2666 ratio, which means you have to use BCLK. If the system doesn't like that, you're going to have to wait for AMD's patch and hope the 3200 ratio, or another closer-than-2666 ratio, works with your kit when that patch arrives.

If you go back a few pages you'll see my recent success with booting 2x16 at 2999 strap. It can be dome but it takes some finesse
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anyone getting this error message in Windows 10 too?

Performance power management features on processor 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15 in group 0
are disabled due to a firmware problem. Check with the computer manufacturer for updated firmware.
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yes, quite a lot of them. Probably related to OC disabling CPU Pstates. I wouldn't worry.
post #10504 of 17681
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anyone getting this error message in Windows 10 too?

Performance power management features on processor 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15 in group 0
are disabled due to a firmware problem. Check with the computer manufacturer for updated firmware.

That's normal if you're overlocking without P-States as it doesn't downclock.
post #10505 of 17681
As a warning to everyone, it seems that AI Suite is not compatible with the Windows 10 Creators Update. I thought my problem that killed my Windows 10 setup was the 8 errors I was getting, but after recovering, and then re-installing AI Suite, I did the reboot, and then, BSoD. Attempting to recover at that point, could not go back to previous version of Windows(might be a Creators Update bug), could not boot in safe mode, nothing would work.

I will note that AI Suite worked fine with Anniversary Update, no crashes or anything, so it is definitely the new Windows version.
Edited by Targonis - 4/21/17 at 4:13am
post #10506 of 17681
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Done with 0 Error. Does this mean the 60 ohm setting is the correct one?



Do you think if I increase SOC voltage, DDR Voltage, Loose Timing,
and Higher ProcODT setting will help me to get pass 2667MHz wall?

You would need to test more values, and see if it becomes less stable when you go over 60 Ohms.

To evaluate if you can go higher than 2666, just increase BCLK in small steps, stress test, then tune.
Edited by Raja@ASUS - 4/21/17 at 4:09am
post #10507 of 17681
@elmor
Was there anything else in 003 Bios/EC update apart from dealing with boot issues?
I am hesatent to say , I updated and voltages seem more stable So dose system . Touch wood.!!!
So far 10 hrs of memtest Pass / 1h of real bench Pass
Tested stock no bios crashes major plus
Tested oc with - Pstate and normal X
Seem like a lot improvement All round "for me"


post 003 (top) is snip from Realbench is short Just showing my point. Before 003 under load SOC and RamV waver constantly. SOC would travel +- 0.096 up and down constantly. ( I have a lot of graphs showing ram changing V every sec, This Graph is "tame")
They are both Flat during load and waver in idle
Is there such a thing as corrupt EC ?
Would overwriting EC correct voltage peak's and troth's ?

I have had a tinker with bckl again borked boots seem "less harsh", I don't know how else to describe it, getting back to bios in less loops and less clunky f9's

Can boot relably and reboot/ power down and back on
3200 16 16 16 36
-1 strap @3200 109bckl 16 16 16 36
-2 strap @3200 120bkcl 16 15 15 36 (could not do this before)
no real gain between them

As for with diff straps/ref clk to gain 3200+ I can boot some things sometimes but window's crashes very quickly let alone memtest stable

All this with out any "major read error's" lol
Basically i can cheer yay elmor! with the rest of ya . Like i should be biggrin.gif
touch wood again biggrin.gif A few days will tell
post #10508 of 17681
@elmor can we add the 003 bios to the main page as well just so people don't need to sort thru pages to find it. Maybe label it experimental BIOS or something, hopefully gets integrated into the new BIOS seems people are having memory luck with 003.
    
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I am ordering my ryzen 1800x setup at the end of may and i need a guide to how i OC G.Skill Trident Z RGB 3200MHz 16GB 2x8GB, to run at 3200mhz on a ASUS ROG Crosshair VI Hero mobo . I have NEVER overclocked before and i need a guide on how to do it and have it be stable after the OC. This is my first time ever trying to OC my ram.

Anyone wanna show a total greenhorn the ropes ?
post #10510 of 17681
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Originally Posted by Targonis View Post

As a warning to everyone, it seems that AI Suite is not compatible with the Windows 10 Creators Update. I thought my problem that killed my Windows 10 setup was the 8 errors I was getting, but after recovering, and then re-installing AI Suite, I did the reboot, and then, BSoD. Attempting to recover at that point, could not go back to previous version of Windows(might be a Creators Update bug), could not boot in safe mode, nothing would work.

I will note that AI Suite worked fine with Anniversary Update, no crashes or anything, so it is definitely the new Windows version.

I've noticed an issue actually, which may be related, but I've not had much chance to look into it properly yet.

Every so often Windows will get to the desktop fine, but nothing loads and I can't access explorer, or task manager, or anything really. It doesn't BSOD, I just can't do anything, including restart, it just spins and spins. I left it for a good 10 minutes last night before I got bored and press reset.

I can, however, ctrl-alt-del and logout and back in again, and everything loads fine. As I say it's not every time, but I would say probably half.

I did have AISuite installed but I did remove it; perhaps it's left something behind? Not sure.
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