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That came from elmors XOC guide and was relating to LN2, I assume the 20° was meant as a reference as ambient temp. Have you tried raising the PLL voltage? setting that a bit higher is what helps with LN2 IMC bug.

And NO I only use the LN2 jumper for LN2

Yea thats what i meant LN2 for LN2 only not regular temps. To me that looks like below 20°C means actually below 20°C and not -20°C and it would go along with what we've seen. Like i said, once it loops and i go into the BIOS i boot at 3200mhz without a single problem, even with SOC at 1.0v.
    
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That came from elmors XOC guide and was relating to LN2, I assume the 20° was meant as a reference as ambient temp. Have you tried raising the PLL voltage? setting that a bit higher is what helps with LN2 IMC bug.

And NO I only use the LN2 jumper for LN2

Yea thats what i meant LN2 for LN2 only not regular temps. To me that looks like below 20°C means actually below 20°C and not -20°C and it would go along with what we've seen. Like i said, once it loops and i go into the BIOS i boot at 3200mhz without a single problem, even with SOC at 1.0v.

If that's the straw you want to cling to by all means go ahead. I could care less TBH. Just trying to clear a few things up around CBB. Which is not your problem. It still looks to me like the same thing so many others were complaining about that the first boot of the day was failing on them. That's the reason elmor introduced the 003 BIOS in the first place. It really is another one of those small annoyances that isn't really a problem just an inconvenience
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If that's the straw you want to cling to by all means go ahead. I could care less TBH. Just trying to clear a few things up around CBB. Which is not your problem. It still looks to me like the same thing so many others were complaining about that the first boot of the day was failing on them. That's the reason elmor introduced the 003 BIOS in the first place. It really is another one of those small annoyances that isn't really a problem just an inconvenience

Not clinging to anything, if he meant it as below 20 he'd write it as -20°C and below no?

Yea it doesn't matter to me either, i have to change it once if its cold and if its warm theres no problems. Its true that 0003 would fix the issue but im sure it comes with its own issues.
    
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Not clinging to anything, if he meant it as below 20 he'd write it as -20°C and below no?

Yea it doesn't matter to me either, i have to change it once if its cold and if its warm theres no problems. Its true that 0003 would fix the issue but im sure it comes with its own issues.

There are no other issues.
Also, warm up your PC with Prime95. Once it's good and hot, shut it down, then unplug it from the wall. Make sure your ROG LEDs are on so they can drain the capacitors on the board. Go away for a minute or so, then plug your computer back in and turn it on. I'll bet money it won't boot on the first attempt at 3200. Even at near operating temp, I bet it won't.
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If you want an easy test to rule out the flaky 3200 divider set up a bclk OC. Should only take a few minutes. No need to mess with voltage since they're already set. Unles you're doing the P-state OC but either way. It shouldn't take long. Then you'll know more by doing some problem solving. Start at 2666 and work your way up. It'll likely have a bit better performance.
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If you want an easy test to rule out the flaky 3200 divider set up a bclk OC. Should only take a few minutes. No need to mess with voltage since they're already set. Unles you're doing the P-state OC but either way. It shouldn't take long. Then you'll know more by doing some problem solving. Start at 2666 and work your way up. It'll likely have a bit better performance.

He's too scared to LOWER his BLCK to 90 for what probably lasts only a second. Why would he risk raising it?
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Hey is anyone leaving their CPU voltage on auto and doing some mild OCing via multiplier? I noticed leaving CPU volts on auto seems to drastically underestimate the voltage needed when you set the multiplier up to 37 or 38. I have to set volts manually at 1.4V to get stability with the 37 multiplier and 3200mhz ram.
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He's too scared to LOWER his BLCK to 90 for what probably lasts only a second. Why would he risk raising it?

Its alright i don't mind reporting you for being a troll. You haven't even read the beginning of the thread with people having the same issue so ill leave it as that. Johan is actually explaining it and pretty sure he himself has dealt with the same issue (although on LN2 but still an issue). Reported and blocked man but thanks for playing.

An issue is an issue, let me guess? You dont think the gskill RGB and aura have problems either right lol.
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There are no other issues.

Also, warm up your PC with Prime95. Once it's good and hot, shut it down, then unplug it from the wall. Make sure your ROG LEDs are on so they can drain the capacitors on the board. Go away for a minute or so, then plug your computer back in and turn it on. I'll bet money it won't boot on the first attempt at 3200. Even at near operating temp, I bet it won't.

You just lost btw so give me your money. I unplugged it 2 days ago to change my PSU cables to braided ones, guess what functioned right away at 3200mhz after being plugged back in after 10mins. I shut it off after running realbench to get my TIM nice and warm since i replaced that as well.
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If you want an easy test to rule out the flaky 3200 divider set up a bclk OC. Should only take a few minutes. No need to mess with voltage since they're already set. Unles you're doing the P-state OC but either way. It shouldn't take long. Then you'll know more by doing some problem solving. Start at 2666 and work your way up. It'll likely have a bit better performance.

Yea may try that as well see what happens. Maybe 110x34.5.
    
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Not clinging to anything, if he meant it as below 20 he'd write it as -20°C and below no?

Yea it doesn't matter to me either, i have to change it once if its cold and if its warm theres no problems. Its true that 0003 would fix the issue but im sure it comes with its own issues.

If 0003 fixed it, wouldn't that relate to the cold boot issue vice the cold bug (20° memory IMC issues)?
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If 0003 fixed it, wouldn't that relate to the cold boot issue vice the cold bug (20° memory issues)?

Yea because you end up posting at a lower clock and lower memory clock as well, could still be a cold bug booting at 3200mhz (and maybe even past it) so it's more a bandaid then an actual fix.
    
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