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I had alot of those 0d codes when fidling with RAM speeds. Maybe your RAM is bad?

I did some research again and even though I had conflicting answers here what 0d the one answer found across several forums is DRAM Training failed and apparently it has something to do with the 3200MHz RAMs. Not sure however why it just outright never boots for me because the board is supposed to reduce RAM speed when DRAM training fails. Also is it possible that the very first BIOS update on my old board somehow fried my RAM? Because that's the last time I even got through POST.

Dredging back through the first few hundred posts on this thread will reveal that the initial BIOS supplied with boards at launch was capable of damaging the EC necessitating motherboard RMA. None of the successive BIOSes have been reported to have caused damage, and no damage to RAM has been reported in this thread that I can recall. It is always possible for electrostatic discharge to damage sensitive electronics, although most here seem to believe their computer parts are immune.
     
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Do I need to reinstall windows when going from an fx 8350 board to crosshair vi with ryzen? Or will windows 10 take care of the switch?
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@Karpata
I 've had the same problem with my evo supremacy waterblock., your backplate is somewhat to tight and the innerpart of the rubber gasket cause problem, to fix this you can take off the rubber inner part and loose the screw a bit. and when you tigthen the screw with the spring , do not tighten them too much.
You can also take the plastic part of the originale am4 backplate of the board and put it beetween the board and the rubber gasket to be sure.
A much more definitive way is to ask ekwb the screw kit to use the original am4 backplate which came withe the board.
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Do I need to reinstall windows when going from an fx 8350 board to crosshair vi with ryzen? Or will windows 10 take care of the switch?

I reinstalled to get rid of all the crap, i even reinstalled switching mobos and could possibly be why ive had no issues (until i updated to creators update and put my pc to sleep just once haha)

A clean fresh start is ALWAYS best.
    
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Dredging back through the first few hundred posts on this thread will reveal that the initial BIOS supplied with boards at launch was capable of damaging the EC necessitating motherboard RMA. None of the successive BIOSes have been reported to have caused damage, and no damage to RAM has been reported in this thread that I can recall. It is always possible for electrostatic discharge to damage sensitive electronics, although most here seem to believe their computer parts are immune.

This is why i sometimes call most (or all) bad reviews for PC components being DOA and some nonsense 'Operator Error'biggrin.gif.

I've always did the 'ground yourself' method to discharge static buildup from my person before taking electronics out of their static shielding during assembly. Maybe some of those guys did have a bad part, or got bad shipping that damaged the part, but I can boast that out of my 15 some odd years of building my own PC have never had a single DOA part nor has one outright gone bad. My ancient hard drives are still kicking too (tho my 2tb has errors now!). Maybe a PoS part like my current video card, but everything has worked. I'd say static buildup and its threat to PC components is not so much of a myth.
Edited by Reikoji - 4/22/17 at 11:41am
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@Karpata
I 've had the same problem with my evo supremacy waterblock., your backplate is somewhat to tight and the innerpart of the rubber gasket cause problem, to fix this you can take off the rubber inner part and loose the screw a bit. and when you tigthen the screw with the spring , do not tighten them too much.
You can also take the plastic part of the originale am4 backplate of the board and put it beetween the board and the rubber gasket to be sure.
A much more definitive way is to ask ekwb the screw kit to use the original am4 backplate which came withe the board.

This ^^^ and you will find more shares like this. Only after reading your past posts @Karpata I saw you mention in 1 or 2 you are on custom water loop. Place you rig info in "signature", sometime "we" can forget to mention a detail which relates to rig and others may see it from "signature" and give better answer wink.gif .
Edited by gupsterg - 4/22/17 at 11:41am
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I reinstalled to get rid of all the crap, i even reinstalled switching mobos and could possibly be why ive had no issues (until i updated to creators update and put my pc to sleep just once haha)

A clean fresh start is ALWAYS best.

You could try switching without reinstalling it with the expectation that it will fail horribly. Its a different Chipset and different Architecture so I doubt it would work well if atall.
Window 10 might take care of it. What have you got to lose if you are going to wipe the drive anyway.
It might work, could be a bit of a laugh!

FOR SCIENCE!
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I reinstalled to get rid of all the crap, i even reinstalled switching mobos and could possibly be why ive had no issues (until i updated to creators update and put my pc to sleep just once haha)

A clean fresh start is ALWAYS best.
I'm thinking of getting a 960 evo m2 eventually so maybe I could wait until then and not do a fresh reinstall for now?
Or will it not be fresh then..
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This ^^^ and you will find more shares like this. Only after reading your past posts @Karpata I saw you mention in 1 or 2 you are on custom water loop. Place you rig info in "signature", sometime "we" can forget to mention a detail which relates to rig and others may see it from "signature" and give better answer wink.gif .

Alright I'll try this tomorrow is there a more detailled guide for this? I don't want to have to refill the loop another 10 times ^^
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I didn't reinstalled windows for now, and like you i 've had a fx before, and no problem for now. I'll do a fresh install when i'll get a m2 and my new gpu later this year.
And i'm stable at 4.07Ghz with 64G ram kit at 3200 Mhz.
Edited by poisson21 - 4/22/17 at 11:53am
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