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I don't think anyone is going to tell you that's safe. But some people might say they have run their RAM that hard for years and had no issues. Not me though so I couldn't comment. But y'know, if its running fine and not overheating then is that ok?

Thermal reading on the RAM literally didn't change at all from 1.4 to 1.45 to 1.5, the settings I'm running at are for the most part stable but it's not 100% so I'll have to find a balance. What I'm worried is that maybe I'm putting too much stress on the IMC, which has different tolerance for high voltage mem. For example, I was running my DDR3 kit that was rated for 1.5v at 1.65v for years with my 3570k and it was fine, the same doesn't apply for Haswell. What's the case with Ryzen?
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Yeah, tried these solutions with both 1002 and 1107. No luck with both.

Tried 1.4V on the DRAM with 1.2V on the SOC- won't boot into 3200MHz.
I don't know how much CPU would be tied to memory frequency, hope me getting not 3200MHz is not tied to my CPU. One thing to wait for BIOS fixes, which I'm fine with, other thing to realize your memory won't run at 3200MHz because you have the 'wrong' Ryzen CPU.

@gupsterg was able to run 3200 with one cpu and not the other, despite everything else being the same. Hopefully the new BIOS fixes it, but at this point it seems its CPU dependent more than memory or mobo.

While my CPU can't seem to get to 3.9Ghz unless I run it over 1.35v, it is able to do 3200 at less than 1.0v SOC.
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Is 1107 now good to use?
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I have a Ryzen 1700 and F4-3200c14d-16gtz Tridentz for the past 2 weeks i did everything you can imagine to get my CPU to 3.9 even at 1.4V it crashes on Cinebench, for the ram i can't go beyond 2933 even with loose timings, at the end it's like this 3.8 at 1.35 volts and 14 14 14 34 at 1.35v and the speed is 2933, same case even with the latest bios 1107, i also did the ZenStates and no go, it didn't make any difference for me, the moment i run Cinebench it crashes, what i mean by that is Cinebench gives an error or the pc will restart with code 8. There is a strange issue with the new bios and that is the ProcODT when you change it and press F10 to save the bios doesn't read the change and it will say you changed nothing, and then when you go back to the bios yes it didn't change, so in other words the bios doesn't change the ProcODT.
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Is 1107 now good to use?

It is fine for me.
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tried the new beta...so sad stll cannot boot with 3200mhz on my gskill flare x 3200.
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@gupsterg was able to run 3200 with one cpu and not the other, despite everything else being the same. Hopefully the new BIOS fixes it, but at this point it seems its CPU dependent more than memory or mobo.

While my CPU can't seem to get to 3.9Ghz unless I run it over 1.35v, it is able to do 3200 at less than 1.0v SOC.
the cpu does indeed play a big role, but so does the motherboard. from talking to people on reddit, and reading a few posts from users here, i've read enough where the same cpu and ram on one board, like the crosshair, won't work at all at, say 3200, but switching to a different x370 board, like the gaming k7, and everything works fine. yet other people with the same cpu and ram work fine on the crosshair, and vice versa with the gigabyte. you could have a memory controller that with the tweaks asus has done doesn't play well with it, but the tweaks gigabyte has done allows it to place nice. and vice versa. tweaks that motherboard manufacters, like asus, can do, can easily make it or break it on people's setups. even with the same exact hardware. ultimately ryzen is so touchy anything can easily effect it.

it might be worthwhile to try a different manufacter board as well if you're desperate to get whatever ram frequency you're aiming for before you try a different cpu.
Edited by orlfman - 4/29/17 at 1:15am
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post #12478 of 17244
Got up this morning and I have a code 8 on the crosshair board and nothing I ave tried will get it out of code 8, anyone got any ideas I have tried to reseat the cpu, reseat the ram, 1 stick of ram, no ram and nothing has worked.
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Got up this morning and I have a code 8 on the crosshair board and nothing I ave tried will get it out of code 8, anyone got any ideas I have tried to reseat the cpu, reseat the ram, 1 stick of ram, no ram and nothing has worked.

Did you try to clear the Cmos?
post #12480 of 17244
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Originally Posted by Clukos View Post

I'm currently pushing 1.5v on the RAM for extra stability with tight timings, I have not noticed any increase in memory thermals or CPU. Is that still safe for 24/7 on DDR4 B-die?

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Originally Posted by dorbot View Post

I don't think anyone is going to tell you that's safe. But some people might say they have run their RAM that hard for years and had no issues. Not me though so I couldn't comment. But y'know, if its running fine and not overheating then is that ok?


1.5v is the maximum I would use 24/7
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