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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.
How did you get 64g to 3200? Isnt that really hard?
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How did you get 64g to 3200? Isnt that really hard?

Relaxing timings makes it work. 3244 (101.4bclk) @ 18-17-17-17-39 right now (may be putting it back down to 18-16-16-16-38 later).
Edited by Reikoji - 4/22/17 at 1:23pm
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Is that why it always makes this scratching sound when I screw them in or unscrew them? And were those extra metal washers included with something or do I have to go find some lying around the house? I also added a picture of the Supremacy block. Can you please add in where the washers would go with paint or something? I just want to be sure I finally get this sorted out. Thanks in advance thumb.gif


That is the screeching yes, none of that with these, you have to find the washers. I use 4mm from the store got em for super cheap, i think 50 for 2€ but i use em in my pc builds as well.
    
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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.

It has never been a myth. (Open images in another tab for full size.)




Also see page 1-1 of the C6H User Guide and the fourth page of the blurb packaged with the Ryzen 7 CPU. [These directions are likely the most the supplier can expect anyone to do who hasn't been trained in ESD prevention.] On the other hand, in fine print on the outside of the box we are instructed (in tiny font sizes):

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Relaxing timings makes it work. 3244 (101.4bclk) @ 18-17-17-17-39 right now (may be putting it back down to 18-16-16-16-38 later).

Got a single memtest error on ~10h running it at 18-16-16-16-38 like you did before, after I've increased vDDR to 1.475 (bit high, and at 1.5 I get code 8's). Have run a few hours (~3) of GSAT on Linux as well and had no issues, so I'll just stick to it for now.
    
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I've got the exact same RAM as you have. I've set 1.2v SOC, 1.35 Boot- and DRAM Voltage and 80 Ohms ProcODT.

This lets me boot (and is stable!) with 2933 18-18-18-38

Where is the ProcODT option located? I'm on BIOS 1002 and do not see it.
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I have a configuration like you or any similar: R71800X, Asus ROG, memory CMK32GX4M2B3000C15R (2x16 GB) and BIOS 1002 official. Find for net I saw some variables for us:



In my case, not is all stable with 2666 Mhz, but I don,t probe all configurations, and don´t boot at all with 2933. The last is your configuration actually.

I wait this help you. If it do, post your result.

With kind regards.

I can't boot at all with 2933 memory straps either, but I can with the 2666Mhz memory strap and leave everything on auto. I tightened the timings though to squeeze more performance as I've been unsuccessful so far in running anything higher than 2666Mhz. By the way, I'm on BIOS 1002 and verified stability through AIDA64 if you want to add that to your chart. I tried testing the 2933Mhz configuration listed in your chart but was unable to boot (boot-loop).
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Where is the ProcODT option located? I'm on BIOS 1002 and do not see it.
I can't boot at all with 2933 memory straps either, but I can with the 2666Mhz memory strap and leave everything on auto. I tightened the timings though to squeeze more performance as I've been unsuccessful so far in running anything higher than 2666Mhz. By the way, I'm on BIOS 1002 and verified stability through AIDA64 if you want to add that to your chart. I tried testing the 2933Mhz configuration listed in your chart but was unable to boot (boot-loop).

You need to run one of the newer betas for that option.
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Where is the ProcODT option located? I'm on BIOS 1002 and do not see it.

I'm on 0083, not sure if the 2T makes a difference here but as I understood you need the 0079 or later for procodt settings in the amd sce (it's called something like that) settings

Didn't have time to run Aida, was stable with streaming and that was the only thing I checked
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Got a single memtest error on ~10h running it at 18-16-16-16-38 like you did before, after I've increased vDDR to 1.475 (bit high, and at 1.5 I get code 8's). Have run a few hours (~3) of GSAT on Linux as well and had no issues, so I'll just stick to it for now.

Good stuff. Probably that cosmic ray from before, did a U-turn.
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It has never been a myth. (Open images in another tab for full size.)




Also see page 1-1 of the C6H User Guide and the fourth page of the blurb packaged with the Ryzen 7 CPU. [These directions are likely the most the supplier can expect anyone to do who hasn't been trained in ESD prevention.] On the other hand, in fine print on the outside of the box we are instructed (in tiny font sizes):

CAUTION
ELECTROSTATIC
SENSITIVE
DEVICES
DO NOT OPEN OR HANDLE
EXCEPT AT A
STATIC FREE WORKSTATION

I will claim that I have a close approximation of a static free workstation to assemble on, but I predict that a show of hands here of those building their rigs at static free workstations is likely to be sparse.

hah thanks, I was just wondering how many volts a person-borne static shock was. I myself dont have a static free workbench, but I make sure i place both hands on a metalic something to discharge. That was the way back in the day: "Place both hands onto the metal portion of the PC case to discharge any static electricity" redface.gif It's done a good job of preventing dead PC parts.



More on unrelated: I figured out what was going on with my VID card not running properly at its factory 1080mhz core clock. Well, it turns out that, and I don't know when, MSI Afterburner decided the default voltage of my vid card had +63mv on it. HOWEVER it after some testing with +0mv, turns out that my card already ups the voltage when you up the core clock. So 1000mhz runs with 1101mV, 1050mhz applies 1123mV, and 1080mhz (the standard) applies 1141mV. The last maxes out @ 67c gpu temp. So on top of an already increased-to-compensate voltage, another 63mV was being added which is clearly too much for my poor GPU. After 1080mhz it stopps compensating and manual increases are needed after that, so whatever 1080mhz gives with +0mV increase is the true factory default!

Trying the so-called default +63mV with 1080mhz core, the card shot up to 72c in an instant. doh.gif How hot it really got IDK because Raedon Wattman crashed instantly, ending that test. I think (hope) that since Wattman crashes so quickly in that instance that my card may not have any long lasting damage.

Scratch that. Its just borked :| not gonna exceed 1000mhz now, cmon RX Vega!
Edited by Reikoji - 4/22/17 at 3:06pm
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