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So again, 18-19°C this morning in the room and cold boot bug, f9 and instant boot loop. Going into the BIOS and changing the speed from 3200>2933>3200 and hitting save and reset tells me i changed nothing but it will reboot and be at 3200mhz in windows. I''m really starting to think its an actual "cold" bug.
    
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Edited by Rigsmal - 5/2/17 at 3:24pm
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*nevermind* (pls delete)
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Originally Posted by bluej511 View Post

So again, 18-19°C this morning in the room and cold boot bug, f9 and instant boot loop. Going into the BIOS and changing the speed from 3200>2933>3200 and hitting save and reset tells me i changed nothing but it will reboot and be at 3200mhz in windows. I''m really starting to think its an actual "cold" bug.

Would maybe setting fail_cnt to lets say 5 help with cold booting?
So that while its warming up, it is retrying the same setting 5 times before falling in to recovery mode.
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Would maybe setting fail_cnt to lets say 5 help with cold booting?
So that while its warming up, it is retrying the same setting 5 times before falling in to recovery mode.

I changed it to 3 will try it. Its doing it at soc of 1.0v though which is good, using more wattage though which is a bit weird. Going from 2933 to 3200 sends my idle wattage from 23w to 29w.
    
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I will maybe be booting up my Ryzen computer for the first time later today, but I am unnerved by reading about how SPD data on ram sticks can be corrupted. Are there pointers to avoid having similar issues?

I don't have a lot of RGB/LED stuff, certainly not on my ram sticks, so I am thinking, if I just don't install software for "Aura" or any other LED software, I should be good, right?

Edit: At least wrong SPD values seem easy to detect, using cpu-z software.

The SPD corruption is linked to the RGB Aura method to control the lighting effects. If you are not using RGB memory sticks, you shouldn't have any trouble. For some reason, the affected RAM allows SPD data to be modified, rather than having THAT stuff be a ROM while color can be changed.
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Originally Posted by bluej511 View Post

I changed it to 3 will try it. Its doing it at soc of 1.0v though which is good, using more wattage though which is a bit weird. Going from 2933 to 3200 sends my idle wattage from 23w to 29w.

the watts on your CPU package or overall motherboard?
How do you measure it?
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Originally Posted by Bart View Post

A good video just dropped, with some nice tidbits and explanations about some of the key BIOS settings, and more importantly, what range to use them within. Watch this (start at 3:23):

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vZgpHTaQ10k

This is gold for some of us!!
Take notice that he suggest Linx (aka Linpack AVX) for testing memory, but suggests Prime95 for testing CPU.
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Take notice that he suggest Linx (aka Linpack AVX) for testing memory

Nothing but a valid reason to ignore anything else he is saying.
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Well, Linpack does test memory/controller, especially with large test sizes.
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