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Thank you for the reply. Are you using Straps with 1107 or BCLK? Either way can you please share your other settings and timings with me?

Timings are factory timings, dram is 1.35, boot is 1.45 strap is 3200, ram training retry is 3 prodoct is auto.
    
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I'm using an M.2 PCIe samsung 850 pro and been up to 140 BCLK no issue with the drive. Never tested throughput.
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Timings are factory timings, dram is 1.35, boot is 1.45 strap is 3200, ram training retry is 3 prodoct is auto.

Thank you very much for the info.. One more noob question for you, how do I set ram training as I don't get it?
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Btw, using bios 1002, I've seen two weird things in the one day I've had my Ryzen computer running.

1 In one single instance, the monitor power light kept occilating between (hard to see) either power off-to-white (freesync off) -to-red (freesync on), or some combination of two states maybe, like white and red, unsure don't remember anymore, so I had to reset the computer, which was booting.

2 In one single instance, the Asus Rog Rx480 graphics card, also had its LED lights occilating very quickly, similar to my computer screen, so I had to reset the computer which was booting.

I've also seen q-code 24 two-or three times, seemingly stuck on that, but it is hard to tell for sure what was on the screen, because I use a KVM switch that sort of makes it a little difficult to see what happens when a computer is booting, because when i switch from one computer to the other, when at boot time for that other computer, the screen enters power saving mode for a few seconds, and I am not entirely sure if the bios boots once or two times. Heh, I also have to be VERY quick to press Del key get to enter bios, otherwise the computer with this M.2 SSD drive jumps into a new install of Win 10 (for gaming only). The 2x8GB ram sticks (Flare X) run at default speed, which iirc is 2400MHz, and something like CL 15 . The ram first booted with CL16 I think, and then the CAS latency was reduced apparently automatically to 15 on its own iirc.

I have so far not yet touched the cpu settings, nor the ram settings.
Edited by Decoman - 5/3/17 at 9:46am
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Can someone tell me me what/where the RAM retry option is in the BIOS? looked in a few spots and couldn't find it. Finally got my 3200 Corsair Ram to 2666 and can't go any higher. Corsair rep said that my ram is compatible but it isn't on the ASUS MB compatibility list? (lol). Using the 32 gb (16x2) Corsair LED Veng.
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Can someone tell me me what/where the RAM retry option is in the BIOS? looked in a few spots and couldn't find it. Finally got my 3200 Corsair Ram to 2666 and can't go any higher. Corsair rep said that my ram is compatible but it isn't on the ASUS MB compatibility list? (lol). Using the 32 gb (16x2) Corsair LED Veng.

I'm not at home but IIRC you should go to Advanced/AMD CBS/UMC, it's in the same section as ProcODT.
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I'm not at home but IIRC you should go to Advanced/AMD CBS/UMC, it's in the same section as ProcODT.

This ^
FAIL_CNT is the setting you want
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This ^
FAIL_CNT is the setting you want

Yup thats the one. I don't think it resets like prodoct does either if your training fails.
    
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Yup thats the one. I don't think it resets like prodoct does either if your training fails.

Unfortunately, I believe it does frown.gif
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Yup thats the one. I don't think it resets like prodoct does either if your training fails.

Unfortunately it does frown.gif
It resets along with p-states and ProcODT (at least that's what happened to me several times).
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