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post #12611 of 17244
Can someone please explain to me what I'm doing wrong here? I'm using CMD16GX4M2B3200C16 Corsair Dominator Platinum 2x8 and its giving me a hard time trying to run 3200. Not sure if I'm even doing the CPU overclocking part correctly either.

Also is air cooling enough to run 4GHz stable?





post #12612 of 17244
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Can someone please explain to me what I'm doing wrong here? I'm using CMD16GX4M2B3200C16 Corsair Dominator Platinum 2x8 and its giving me a hard time trying to run 3200. Not sure if I'm even doing the CPU overclocking part correctly either.

Also is air cooling enough to run 4GHz stable?






Change your timings, thought might be too tight and they're ODD (for whatever reason, ryzen does not seem to like odd timings) try 16-18-18-18-36 manually, change your soc to something that might work. 1.2v right off the bat might not be liked by the imc and not function. For me anything above 1.15v gave me errors and below 1.10v same thing.
    
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Sorry forgot to post the timings page, I already set the timings to 16-18-18-18-36 and its still having the issue. Also my system always takes 10 seconds for the BIOS logo to appear when starting the PC, any ideas on how to fix that as well?
post #12614 of 17244
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Sorry forgot to post the timings page, I already set the timings to 16-18-18-18-36 and its still having the issue. Also my system always takes 10 seconds for the BIOS logo to appear when starting the PC, any ideas on how to fix that as well?

Anything past BIOS 1002 has the new AGESA microcode and should boot a good 3-5secs faster then 1002 and below. Saying that though, compared to z87 and up on Intel it is a bit slower, my z97 posted and booted instantly.

If your 10secs is POST time then update BIOS if you havent done so, if its actual BOOT time thats actually not that bad. I went from 19s avg BIOS time in task manager to avg 14s just by going from 1002 to 1107.
    
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I'm running 1107 btw, and yes I mean post time. Its pretty slow for some reason.
post #12616 of 17244
Okay forget what I just said, posting only stalls a bit after changing a setting in the BIOS. I changed my SOC to 1.15 and its still not running at 3200. I'm also not sure if its even trying to run it at 3200 anymore, do you have to force it to attempt to change settings after failing once? Like switching back to a lower speed then back to 3200?
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Okay forget what I just said, posting only stalls a bit after changing a setting in the BIOS. I changed my SOC to 1.15 and its still not running at 3200. I'm also not sure if its even trying to run it at 3200 anymore, do you have to force it to attempt to change settings after failing once? Like switching back to a lower speed then back to 3200?

Yes, change to 2933 and attempt, if that works try 3200.
post #12618 of 17244
Not even 2933 is working. I feel like I'm missing a setting somewhere that could fix this, unless my voltages are the issue.
post #12619 of 17244
you are....try setting procODT to 80ohms
post #12620 of 17244
And for whatever freaking reason, 3200mhz is back for me on 1107!!!!!!!!!

DOCP STANDARD, manually put SOC at 1.15, training attempts bumped to 5, and I'm in at 3200mhz. That's it.


I feel like I'm taking crazy pills, but I'm happy with 1107 so far!
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