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I've tried clockin my RAM to 3200mhz without success so far.
I've a kit of HyperX Predator (HX433C16PB3K2/16 single rank, Hynix chip) and i'm setting the timings manually to 17-18-18-18-36 but i can't got further 2400mhz (i'm on latest uefi 1107).
DRAM voltage 1.35v
DRAM boot 1.40v

I've managed to go a little higher of 2600mhz change BLCK clock and this afternoon i've tried going up to 135mhz BLCK:
up until 120 i can boot to 2600mhz (not exactly that but you get the idea), i've tried to go higher but when i boot in the BIOS ram is 3000mhz or even 3200mhz but only 8gb are recognized by the system, i've tried testing to 135mhz BLCK but overclock fails so i've to enter the UEFI and lower the BLCK even though I see all 16gb recognized and clock speed to 3300mhz.
I've tried ProcODT 80ohm without luck, guess I can try other settings for ProcODT.
Any idea what I may try?
If i don't touch the BLCK ram can't really go above 2400mhz (or at least I didn't succeed).
thanks

edit: i've tried manual SOC voltage up to 1.2v too.
Edited by Heimdallr - 4/30/17 at 1:34pm
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Originally Posted by gupsterg View Post

And are "we" saying training failure has nothing to do with firmware?

Same settings on 1002, where I believe fail_CNT is 3 (which we can't change in that UEFI) it will do 3x posts after a F9 q-code boot ie memory training issue and then be AOK . I will be trying fail_CNT on newer UEFI.
NP smile.gif , cheers for info.
Enable Performance Bias CB15 in UEFI. I can match your bench at 3.8GHz/3200MHz with PB CB15 wink.gif
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Link OP of my thread has instruction on manual install if it fails to install.
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Also Aida bias enabled with slight improvement
post #12803 of 17390
CAS 14 3500 working through memtest on 1107 here, too
post #12804 of 17390
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Originally Posted by Wally West View Post

@Elmor the version of CPU-Z on the Asus website isnt the right one (1.78). The new one for Ryzen is 1.79

Get the latest from http://www.cpuid.com/ (ROG verison is available there as well)
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Originally Posted by eyetrippy View Post

Elmor, if 1t is standard, why is mine running at 2t?

Im pretty sure it's the only reason I can hit 3000mhz with 64gb HyperX.

Am on 1107

It still depends on if you're running single/dual rank sticks, 2 or 4 sticks and the DRAM Ratio. Honestly I don't have the exact scenarios in my head, but the 1T/2T BIOSes only applies different settings at DRAM Ratio above 2666. Below that they should act identical. Which DRAM configuration and DRAM Ratio are you using?
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Originally Posted by Silent Scone View Post

CAS 14 3500 working through memtest on 1107 here, too

Glad to see so many of you running very nice DRAM frequencies. We're getting somewhere smile.gif
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It still depends on if you're running single/dual rank sticks, 2 or 4 sticks and the DRAM Ratio. Honestly I don't have the exact scenarios in my head, but the 1T/2T BIOSes only applies different settings at DRAM Ratio above 2666. Below that they should act identical. Which DRAM configuration and DRAM Ratio are you using?

Hey Elmor, me and another user have trouble with the LED: User (Click to show)
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It still depends on if you're running single/dual rank sticks, 2 or 4 sticks and the DRAM Ratio. Honestly I don't have the exact scenarios in my head, but the 1T/2T BIOSes only applies different settings at DRAM Ratio above 2666. Below that they should act identical. Which DRAM configuration and DRAM Ratio are you using?

Hey Elmor, me and another user
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All RGB-LEDS on the motherboard does not work, memory and graphics card is normal

BIOS has been enabled
Try to reinstall the system and refresh the BIOS



It look like it's a BIOS (1107 on my side) issue. clear CMOS did nothing for me. LED on the motherboard isnt working and my led strip is blinking once every 5sec
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you mentioned 5.19?

Look at the screen shot, it says Beta. Most is there in 5.18 and for 5.19 SIV will report who acquired the lock.

Have a read of http://rh-software.com/Using%20SIV%20to%20Control%20Corsair%20Link%20Hardware.pdf

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AMD stated that they'll increase memory speed without the need to use refclk. I'm hoping they give us 3600 at least. That and I hope my B-Die chips can do 3600 easily. And of course better ability to use 4 dimms.

Where is the full read of this?
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Where is the full read of this?

https://community.amd.com/community/gaming/blog/2017/03/14/tips-for-building-a-better-amd-ryzen-system
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Get the latest from http://www.cpuid.com/ (ROG verison is available there as well)
It still depends on if you're running single/dual rank sticks, 2 or 4 sticks and the DRAM Ratio. Honestly I don't have the exact scenarios in my head, but the 1T/2T BIOSes only applies different settings at DRAM Ratio above 2666. Below that they should act identical. Which DRAM configuration and DRAM Ratio are you using?
Glad to see so many of you running very nice DRAM frequencies. We're getting somewhere smile.gif

Off top of my head, bclock is 125, so ratio is 12:1 or something, to get 3000. Hardly spent much time in bios to remember everything.

Honestly, it's been so easy to get it up and running on this board after a lot of wasted time on prime pro.

That's HyperX predator 64gb by the way, in case I left that out.

So dual rank, 4 sticks.
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Originally Posted by S1L3N7D3A7H View Post

@elmor

Just tried increasing my SOC to 1.0v and my DRAM boot to 1.4v and my Fail Count Retry to 3.

I can simulate the failed boot by shutting down and removing power and letting system de-energize. Re-apply power and power on. System will boot, shutdown and restart about 4 times. I then load up BIOS and my memory is back to 2133 and AMD CBS settings are lost.

I don't have any reason to suspect any instability in my settings. This seems to be an issue that has stuck around from the earliest BIOS'.

i am at 1.1 for SOC, and no cold boot issue at this point, though of course that may not be cause and effect. I do recall Robert Hallock saying 1.1 is his recommended setting.
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