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0003 seems to resolve my boot issues. After removing power startup cycles once then boots at custom bios settings which I'm happy with. Left ProcODT on default which was a problem for me on other all the newer bios revisions including the one that defaults to 53.3. I'm still running tests but memtest showed stable for about 3 hours last night.

Another thing I noticed with 0003 is that my bclk runs at 100 now instead of slightly under like on all other bios revisions.

Thank you and the team for working through this issue.
post #10512 of 28518
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Originally Posted by infernal0988 View Post

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 ?

Things might change a lot until then, just come back here once you got your parts and you'll be fine wink.gif
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Originally Posted by bluej511 View Post

@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.

Blue im not saying its helped me move forward with my ram. I saying I have put rig and bios though a rougth time and I have seen clearer results and that overwriting my EC may have possibly cleared up old errors for me.

I know we got same ram and it frustrates me you can't post 3200 properly . I know the graph shows 1.4xv on ram but its only set 1.35v Soc 0.98 and (3200 16's 36) Prot 53.3-60ohms or auto has worked for many bios's. I don't need to touch Vboot but set 1.35 anyways. I will say thou is the latest set of bios's have trained more consistently and with new EC have not had 3200 strap fail boot yet! Even after multi reset and powerdowns. Again touch wood it has been 1 day.
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@elmor@Raja@ASUS
0003 seems to resolve my boot issues. After removing power startup cycles once then boots at custom bios settings which I'm happy with. Left ProcODT on default which was a problem for me on other all the newer bios revisions including the one that defaults to 53.3. I'm still running tests but memtest showed stable for about 3 hours last night.

Another thing I noticed with 0003 is that my bclk runs at 100 now instead of slightly under like on all other bios revisions.

Thank you and the team for working through this issue.


In that case, the ProcODT is likely still wrong but the workaround is downclocking sufficiently to get you through the POST process. I'd still tune ProcODT on a system like that, as the stability margin may be limited.
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Originally Posted by malitze View Post

Things might change a lot until then, just come back here once you got your parts and you'll be fine wink.gif

Thanks cause i literally have never OC'd anything before and i just wanna OC my ram when as you said my parts arrive smile.gif
post #10516 of 28518
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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.

For that one, it sounds like it may be having a problem accessing data from the hard drive. What method are you using for your overclock? I've been sticking to a straight 99.8-100*38.75 overclock and then just upping my memory speed to 2400 to 2666, so no issue with other systems. I do have an Adaptec 8405 RAID controller(4 1TB drives in RAID 5).
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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.
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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.

I have not installed AISuite once on W7 or W10 Creators edition. No issues to report within W10 Creators in that context. Running f@h has had no issues as well. Running RealBench v2.54 in stress mode does result in OS freezing/stuttering intermittently. Test finishes with no errors. Not had any WHEA errors either in uses of W10C, OS generally for use same as W7 (ie no glitches, etc), gonna do other stability tests soon.

The only other Asus SW I use is:-

i) the SIO CPU Sensor mode change app
ii) CPU-Z / GPU-Z with ROG skin
iii) Asus MemTweakIt for when did CB R15 at various RAM speeds/straps to see what changes.

I use no driver from Asus site either.

I have used Asus Aura 1x, on W7 to change the LED setup from default to RED/Static, OS wiped and reinstalled. Not needed to redo, numerous ROMs used, flashbacks done, borked boots, etc, etc.
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post #10518 of 28518
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Originally Posted by Targonis View Post

For that one, it sounds like it may be having a problem accessing data from the hard drive. What method are you using for your overclock? I've been sticking to a straight 99.8-100*38.75 overclock and then just upping my memory speed to 2400 to 2666, so no issue with other systems. I do have an Adaptec 8405 RAID controller(4 1TB drives in RAID 5).

I'm just on a simple 100 * 39 Overclock.

Could well be a drive issue, as I say I've not really had much chance to look properly yet. I don't reboot too often and once it's all loaded it's fine.

I'll have a good look tonight.
post #10519 of 28518
With the 0083 "2T" Bios:

80 Ohm ProcODT
1.35v DRAM Voltage and DRAM Boot Voltage

2933 18-18-18-38
perfectly stable with 2x16gb Corsair 3000mhz kit which supposedly is Hynix. (CMK32GX4M2B3000C15)

Really happy with the speed with it, didn't tweak anything further.
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Originally Posted by Ubardog View Post

Blue im not saying its helped me move forward with my ram. I saying I have put rig and bios though a rougth time and I have seen clearer results and that overwriting my EC may have possibly cleared up old errors for me.

I know we got same ram and it frustrates me you can't post 3200 properly . I know the graph shows 1.4xv on ram but its only set 1.35v Soc 0.98 and (3200 16's 36) Prot 53.3-60ohms or auto has worked for many bios's. I don't need to touch Vboot but set 1.35 anyways. I will say thou is the latest set of bios's have trained more consistently and with new EC have not had 3200 strap fail boot yet! Even after multi reset and powerdowns. Again touch wood it has been 1 day.

It posts properly once i reset once its fine and restarting is fine too. Dram and boot at 1.35 and soc at 1.15 does it. I havent tried prodt yet might alleviate more issues but an EC rewrite might fix it even more so im just waiting for the official bios with all the fixes in one lol. Im fine at 2933 and 3.8@1.199v under load.
    
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