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My OC is with an offset of -.100 thats about it, i have the bclk set to 100 manually. You can also try docp standard and see if that works for you. Both my dram voltages are at 1.35 and soc at 1.15. I have the timings set manually to what they should be as well.

Still no dice for me :-( .. This is making me slightly bonkers and I'm not sure what else to try.
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Anyone up for trying BIOS 1107? Same deal as 1106 except it should work as intended. I tested it and voltages adjustments are OK, 2x8GB B-die works at 3200 CL14 with 3200 DRAM Ratio, 4x8GB works at 3200 CL14 with 2666 DRAM Ratio.
I've checked with Gskill and according to them it happens on other vendors DRAM and MB as well, seems to be a complete software fail with everyone refusing to use the same mutex. I'll try to push harder for it internally, just have to prove it somehow first.

Trying it now, will let you know how it goes. 1106 seemed to improve boot times a bit but temps were higher.
Will report back later
    
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1107 here

Gskill Trident Z 2x8GB 3200

3200Mhz

14-14-14-34

1.35v
1.40v dram boot voltage

Ram is hanging around 1.35 to 1.373 in windows, should be fine, right?
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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.

Try increasing the VDDP voltage and see if it helps. Up to 1.2V should be safe.
Some users have said that it helps stabilize memory.
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Anyone else with errors trying to update to the latest chipset drivers? It spits out an error, and only tries to install a video and HDMI driver, and now my Ryzen balanced plan is gone.

Use Display Driver Uninstaller to remove all AMD drivers and try again.
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Ram is hanging around 1.35 to 1.373 in windows, should be fine, right?

Yes, it's fine.
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Still no dice for me :-( .. This is making me slightly bonkers and I'm not sure what else to try.

Im in the same boat just with a different kit and different strap.
I would just wait for this supposedly magical may uppdate rather than stress your wits about it.
Memory support seam to go back and forth from bios to bios anyways.

Other notes, i have just noticed higher temps with this new bios. Maybe it is better, but for one who wont overclock untill the "****" is sorted
I guess i wont notice much.
Then again my board seams to work the other way to most here, giving me way higher voltages than what is set, compared to lower ones.
So maybe its just one of them wierdos..

Anyways Thanks @elmor for feeding us updates, however smal they might be. Nothing worse than feeling neglected.
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My 1107 initial testing results are good.

1700X @ 4.0GHz 1.44v
DOCP Standard
G.Skill Ripjaws V 3200
Ram 3200MHz 14-14-14-14-34
dram voltage 1.35
vrm spread spectrum disabled
All other settings Auto

Will check cold boot over the next few days. Using 0082 I had to reset my ram frequency if the ambient temperature was below 70 F during cold boot. Hopefully, this won't happen in 1107, but will report back.
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Have you tried changing soc and prodct?

Tried SOC up to 1.12v , DRAM V up to 1.4 and ProcODT 60 Ohm. Still not able to post higher than 2666 Mhz. frown.gif
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Black screen and code 24 on cold boot - checked the DP cables - it's not it. Any ideas what else might be causing it?

I think it is display problem: graphics card, wiring, or conectors HDMI, DVI, go on. Reinstall your graphics card again, look all conectors... and if it doesn´t work probe other card.
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Hi, will test the 1107 soon, im on 0.82 without issues except coold boot problems with mems reseting to 2133 some times.

I want use zen states,but i have one problem with ryzen power plan, minimum and maximum cpu state dont appear, how i can fix this?

Anyway to use zen states, all in bios have to be auto? except mems values?
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Originally Posted by Glazos View Post

@elmor with 1107 i am again able to achieve 3200 with CMK16GX4M2B3200C16W (hynix)
in auto timings (16-16-16-39) it was not stable (prime95 workers not working from the start)
when manually setting timings (16-18-18-36) all works great !!!
Thank you the update biggrin.gif

That is good to know, I have the same ram in the box yet for my second RyZen rig, Biostar motherboard in this case. Hopefully it will work as well. Should have it up and running this weekend.
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