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Hmm. I get that same thing sometimes. Only on power up from a cold boot.

Oh man, glad I am not alone. Yes, it appears randomly and only from cold boot.

What is your SOC voltage? Also do you re-call if it happened prior to the 0079-0083 bios or creator's update? I don't think it did for me.
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Oh man, glad I am not alone. Yes, it appears randomly and only from cold boot.

What is your SOC voltage? Also do you re-call if it happened prior to the 0079-0083 bios or creator's update? I don't think it did for me.

I don't recall it either. I'm running 0.95v.
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Oh man, glad I am not alone. Yes, it appears randomly and only from cold boot.

What is your SOC voltage? Also do you re-call if it happened prior to the 0079-0083 bios or creator's update? I don't think it did for me.

Also, whenever I have had it. Simply just waiting about 30 seconds or so, it goes away.
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Damn, should have been more inclusive. No comment on this at the moment.
Yes, your sticks will most likely work at higher ratios with the coming update.


Elmor whatabout the 4 dimm issue? How fast are they likely to run after May update? I have Flare X ddr4 3200 four 8GB dimms.
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I don't recall it either. I'm running 0.95v.

Yea, I've been running it at 0.95v, but recently raised it to .975v to get rid of other cold boot issues (3200mhz ram boot) which was another problem I didn't have prior to the new 0079-0083 bioses.

I am now going to test it at a full 1.0v to see if it fixes it. Since the SOC controls the PCI-Express lanes that the GPU uses, I am hoping that it resolves the issue.
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Yea, I've been running it at 0.95v, but recently raised it to .975v to get rid of other cold boot issues (3200mhz ram boot) which was another problem I didn't have prior to the new 0079-0083 bioses.

I am now going to test it at a full 1.0v to see if it fixes it. Since the SOC controls the PCI-Express lanes that the GPU uses, I am hoping that it resolves the issue.

With 1002 BIOS I didn't have cold boot issues. Now 1 every 10 cold boots fails and sets the ram to 2166Mhz instead of 3200Mhz. I run 1.1V SOC
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Yea, I've been running it at 0.95v, but recently raised it to .975v to get rid of other cold boot issues (3200mhz ram boot) which was another problem I didn't have prior to the new 0079-0083 bioses.

I am now going to test it at a full 1.0v to see if it fixes it. Since the SOC controls the PCI-Express lanes that the GPU uses, I am hoping that it resolves the issue.
I'm interested in your results. I can't make my rig boot with RAM at 3200mhz no matter what I do, even with loose timings (I'm on BIOS 0083, 3600mhz RAM @ CL15). I wonder if a SOC voltage bump would help.
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Damn, should have been more inclusive. No comment on this at the moment.
Yes, your sticks will most likely work at higher ratios with the coming update.


Elmor whatabout the 4 dimm issue? How fast are they likely to run after May update? I have Flare X ddr4 3200 four 8GB dimms.

You should be able to run them at 3200 CL14 now using 2666 divider and baseclock.
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Hey guys, im new to overclock.net and new to overclocking in general. I was hoping someone could advise on what the proper next steps should be as Reddit hasn't been much help and I see others with the same RAM are having the same issues. I'll do my best to describe the issue and what I have done so far to try and correct it based on guides and posts I have seen so far.

MB: ROG Crosshair VI Running 002 Official BIOS (latest on asus site)
RAM: VENGEANCE® LED 32GB (2 x 16GB) DDR4 DRAM 3200MHz C16 LED (CMU32GX4M2C3200C16)
HD: Samsung 960 EVO Series - 1TB PCIe NVMe - M.2 Internal SSD (MZ-V6E1T0BW)
GPU: EVGA 1080 TI
CPU Cooler: Corsair AIO H110i

Issue: RAM is running at 2166 MHz (Factory Auto in BIOS), any attempts to overclock or switch any of the profiles to 3200 causes the system to just keep booting and shutting down until I remove all power and do the CMOS reset a few dozen times, eventually everything goes back to defaults/auto and I can get back into the BIOS. I have tried adjusting the voltage and doing all the common steps I have found online and in reddit but I can't change it past the default 2066. Any other profiles, voltages, etc cause the same issue. I have seen a few others with the same ram with the same issue and the advise so far has been just to wait it out for official bios updates.
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@finalheaven

Not once in ownership of C6H I have had weird colors on screen, may now tongue.gif .

As your aware used various UEFI, also had SOC not "Optimal" initially, etc, etc. Then Fury X has custom ROM/UEFI module with OC, etc, etc. Perhaps its an nVidia thing? by that mean not to start nV vs AMD GPU thing tongue.gif .
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