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@Glazos. That is great to hear, I have the same memory and cannot get mine to work at 3200MHz for the life of me even at those timings you posted. Did you adjust anything else in the bios to get it working?


Nope nothing changed , everything in default except memory frequency set at 3200 and timings set as stated above . Voltages are all​ at Auto, if you want I can send you a screenshot
    
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Im now 2 days with new bios 1107, and actually i need to confirm that i'm starting to like this bios more. After finding the right solution for my cold boot issue and the right vcore for this Bios(1 notch more offset then bios before) its running pretty smooth. No more issues found!

Running with settings:

- Pstates OC 4Ghz
- Vcore : +offset 0.68v llc2
- 3200Mhz @ 1.35v // 14-14-14-14-34
- Vsoc on auto (needed for failed boot/training, before i used always manual 1.15v)
- Vrm spread centrum disabled
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@Elmor the version of CPU-Z on the Asus website isnt the right one (1.78). The new one for Ryzen is 1.79
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Very nice, glad it's working for people. Wait a second, are you jayztwocents doppelganger? muhahahahaha biggrin.gif

Nope just local Saiyan. Just came back from Em Con so can do some gaming stability tests smile.gif
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That´s the best i could do by far can´t push it anymore without instabilities
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That´s the best i could do by far can´t push it anymore without instabilities

I'd be happy with that smile.gif Nice!
    
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That´s the best i could do by far can´t push it anymore without instabilities

Guess Your cps is similar clocker to mine frown.gif a crap one
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Guess Your cps is similar clocker to mine frown.gif a crap one

Well after booting like this i can clock it to 4 Ghz stable at 1.42V but i can´t boot with 4 Ghz
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@Elmor the version of CPU-Z on the Asus website isnt the right one (1.78). The new one for Ryzen is 1.79

I honestly would keep a 1.78 version of CPU-Z installed for if you want to validate a score. 1.79's new benchmark scores differently, and won't be displayed when you validate it. Also has some fishy references...
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Does anyone have the separate download for the AMD Ryzen power plan? The original site is down, and it's not installing with the chipset drivers for me.

***Edit*** Found the separate installer in the folders. Working good now.
Edited by XEKong - 4/30/17 at 10:29am
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