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Damn, I'm jealous! I can't get over 2933!
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Damn, I'm jealous! I can't get over 2933!

I can't even get 2993 stable, but since AGESA 1.0.0.5 will be out in the next few weeks, I am not worried about it with current BIOS versions. I just wish that for each of these release BIOS versions, a 2T version would also be released(1107 for example might be the 2T version of 1106). We have the beta BIOS versions like 0083, but release should also come in two versions. Latest release BIOS for 2T was 0902.
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Now having problems with RAID.
I am using 4 drives.
1- ssd os
2- hdd 2tb
3 and 4 - 1tb hdd raid 0 hdd.

I have changed sata to raid can't boot.
In ahci i can boot but raid drives 3 and 4 don't show.
When i set the sata mode to raid looks like it does raid for the 4 drives
Edited by Maxcielle - 4/28/17 at 7:27am
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I can't even get 2993 stable, but since AGESA 1.0.0.5 will be out in the next few weeks, I am not worried about it with current BIOS versions. I just wish that for each of these release BIOS versions, a 2T version would also be released(1107 for example might be the 2T version of 1106). We have the beta BIOS versions like 0083, but release should also come in two versions. Latest release BIOS for 2T was 0902.
I don't get that. Why can we not just be provided with the ability to set 1T or 2T ourselves? It should just be another DRAM timing setting. This whole Ryzen memory thing is so confusing to me. I can run 2933 at 12-12-12-12-24, but can't hit 3200 at crazy loose timings like 18-18-18-18-36. Thank god I have multiple PCs. This would never cut the mustard for my "daily driver". I guess I'll be patiently awaiting more BIOS updates, while this Ryzen rig sits on a test bench gathering dust.
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heh 1106 is back up on the asus site .. anyone know if its fixed? lol smile.gif
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heh 1106 is back up on the asus site .. anyone know if its fixed? lol smile.gif

Was never off the site for me so i still wouldn't mess with it unless we have 100% confirmation. All the other BIOSes work fine so just use one of those.
    
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I don't get that. Why can we not just be provided with the ability to set 1T or 2T ourselves? It should just be another DRAM timing setting. This whole Ryzen memory thing is so confusing to me. I can run 2933 at 12-12-12-12-24, but can't hit 3200 at crazy loose timings like 18-18-18-18-36. Thank god I have multiple PCs. This would never cut the mustard for my "daily driver". I guess I'll be patiently awaiting more BIOS updates, while this Ryzen rig sits on a test bench gathering dust.

CR being locked is due to AMD; Asus has provided a work-around in the various BIOS releases. With that said, I doubt the CR is what is holding you back. If the May AGESA unlocks memory timings as speculated by some, you shouldn't have any issues hitting 3200 and beyond as the timings associated with the 3200 strap are what is likely holding you back for the time being.
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So you're saying you can do that with 2 dimms? Same kit as me?

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820232492

Should I take 2 of my sticks out and try it? lol

Sure, why not? Unless you are using the full 32GB you can work with faster 16GB while waiting on that promised update in May thumb.gif
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I don't get that. Why can we not just be provided with the ability to set 1T or 2T ourselves? It should just be another DRAM timing setting. This whole Ryzen memory thing is so confusing to me. I can run 2933 at 12-12-12-12-24, but can't hit 3200 at crazy loose timings like 18-18-18-18-36. Thank god I have multiple PCs. This would never cut the mustard for my "daily driver". I guess I'll be patiently awaiting more BIOS updates, while this Ryzen rig sits on a test bench gathering dust.

What memory kit are you using and what is the IC?
Edited by Clukos - 4/28/17 at 7:39am
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heh 1106 is back up on the asus site .. anyone know if its fixed? lol smile.gif
There seems to be an important (and certainly remarkable) discovery by Orgios. See below.
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I have the 1106 bios and am stable so far with my oc 3.925@1.35V and ram 3200-14-14-14-34@1.38V , is there any reason to flash back? or should I just wait for the new bios?

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I thought that BIOS didn't save voltages? unless there is a "new" 1106 which would really confuse matters.
So seeing RAM at 1.38 when everyone says its limited to 1.2v sort of confuses me.
If its working for you then great! Just wait for the May update I suppose.

The thing is when you boot once when making the first oc it sticks at 1.2V ignoring my ram oc, but when I changed a single value in timings 14-14-14-34 from 14-14-14-36 it worked fine 1.38V and everything!!!

The 1106 seems to have been withdrawn, at least on this thread if not at AMD's site, but the beta test team here all failed to notice Orgios' discovery and agitated for 1106's apparently deserved withdrawal.
     
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I tried the "workaround" and my DRAM voltage still is stuck at 1.2 V with 1106. So at least for my TridentZ this doesn't work.
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