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Thanks guys, I am going to run memtest on my desktop at home, Corsair rep thinks that my two sticks of ram are bad and that's why I can't hit 3200 and am stuck at 2666. I ran Prime95 (blend) and everything passed but two fields, something like "Rounding was 0.5, expected less than 0.4 Hardware failure Fatal Error". I'll try to get a screenshot tonight.
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It resets along with p-states and ProcODT (at least that's what happened to me several times).

I had an f9 this morning but my memory didn't reset and it stayed at 3. Shame it resets though that's a real bummer. I think if you save a profile with it set to anything but default it should stick once reloading that profile so it's not too bad. For me its only memory that reverts back to 2133, timings and voltages stay the same so its alright.

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Is it possible that memory timings are on the edge at 3200 and react to the temp and cause the boot problem. I say this because I had a boot problem at 3200 only. Not a temp. related problem but relaxing timings from 14 14 14 34 to 16 14 14 34 fixed my problem. So, is it possible that the timings required at 3200 are somehow contributing in this situation.

i am not 100% sure, but i think leaving CAS at 16 fixed the boot problem for me, too.
will test this as soon as possible.

maybe anyone else can try or confirm this?!?
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I've used BCLK up to 117 and set PCI 1080 and NVMe Samsung 960 both from Auto to GEN 3 and they seem to work just fine. Though the 960 benchmarks a lot faster than my 850 pro, it doesn't feel any faster at all. I'm kinda sorry I spent all the money on it, but maybe AMD/Samsung just needs better drivers for it or something in bios. It is really fast for sequential large stuff but slow for the 4k that makes windows feel snappier, and it doesn't matter if it is on GEN 2 or GEN 3 or 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.

Same here! No problem running high BCLK with gen3 on M2 Samsung 960 and GPU
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Novice OCer here with my first build since my fx8350 build years ago. Got a 1700x/c6h/Noctua-d15 x 2 fans. Got my F4-3600C16D-16GTZ running at 3374 on DOCP 3 with 140.6 bclk at 1.35v at 16-16-16-16-36 on bios 1002, and my cpu at 3.8 at 1.38v. After running Prime95 for about 2 hours this setup seems pretty stable at around 60c under load.

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How much of a performance loss am I looking at with the bclk over 104?
Secondly, I've been reading about adjust SOC voltage and plan to do some changes tonight to see if I can get the 3200 strap to boot. Any advice would be appreciated on the more advanced settings I can try to get this to boot.

Thanks ahead of time!

There wont be any loss in performance as long as you switch the PCIE for the m.2 back to Gen3. I run a 960 Evo at Gen3 with a BCLK of 119.4 and it benchmarks right where it should.
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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.

Qcode 24 is what you'll likely see the majority of the time. OC is another along with 30, 40, and I believe 44 is another. 30 usually pops up after a resumes from sleep. I've had 40 pop up once (cant remember what I was doing at the time).
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can someone help me with a issue? my cpu idle temps are 30-35deg, under load on prime it never goes above 60 few plus hours ect

my aio is ice cold, the air and the actual block isnt even lukewarm when its saying its 60 deg, my old 8350 with the same cooler would be blowing hot air at that temp but its not here

the pump is running and even if it wasnt the block itself would have some sort of heat in it, its also in contact because i reseated it twice now with the same results

anytime then when i overclock and the temps get up to the 65-70 region its just pops and shuts off, i have to hard reset it

i have a 1700x, TCTL is reading 32 deg, TDIE is reading 12 deg, asus software is reading 40 deg ( flux between 40-55 ), what am i ment to be reading here?? tbh i put up with alot of crap with the 8350 and temp monitoring but this really takes the biscuit....

someone was saying that there is a auto shut off if the temps exceed 75 deg is there anyway to shut that off? i fell that my temps are lower than what im actually reading and its cutting out well before i even get the 75, i found a setting a ai suit but it didnt make any difference at all so not sure if it took effect or not

any input or links would be appreciated just getting frustrated here now
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can someone help me with a issue? my cpu idle temps are 30-35deg, under load on prime it never goes above 60 few plus hours ect

my aio is ice cold, the air and the actual block isnt even lukewarm when its saying its 60 deg, my old 8350 with the same cooler would be blowing hot air at that temp but its not here

the pump is running and even if it wasnt the block itself would have some sort of heat in it, its also in contact because i reseated it twice now with the same results

anytime then when i overclock and the temps get up to the 65-70 region its just pops and shuts off, i have to hard reset it

i have a 1700x, TCTL is reading 32 deg, TDIE is reading 12 deg, asus software is reading 40 deg ( flux between 40-55 ), what am i ment to be reading here?? tbh i put up with alot of crap with the 8350 and temp monitoring but this really takes the biscuit....

someone was saying that there is a auto shut off if the temps exceed 75 deg is there anyway to shut that off? i fell that my temps are lower than what im actually reading and its cutting out well before i even get the 75, i found a setting a ai suit but it didnt make any difference at all so not sure if it took effect or not

any input or links would be appreciated just getting frustrated here now

First of all you need to be sure you are not undervolting the CPU or facing instability that causes the shut off.

Looking at your temperatures I assume you are running 3.8/3.9mhz ?

The discussion about shutting off at a certain temperature was somewhere in begin of this thread. Started by "Timur". I did had the same idea but nobody confirmed this and the discussion went over. You are the first one after a long time suggesting the same again. But before going in to that discussion be sure about the first thing I said. Give it a try at a lower speed with high voltage, to be sure not undervolting the CPU and then see if you can pass the 75c.
Edited by majestynl - 5/3/17 at 11:11am
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I'm guessing I have probably missed something really simple but I cant seem to get my RAM to boot @ 3200. D.O.C.P5 will boot @ 3600 (not stable though) and the 2933 strap works fine on its own.

Any ideas?

R5 1600
F4-3600C17-8GTZR (Samsung B)

Thanks for any input, cant get my head round why it will boot at faster speeds and not lower.
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I would start at F5 defaults and then set the timings to CL 14-14-14-14-32 leave the voltage at auto and try to boot at 2666 then raise on divider on each boot giving the board a chance to train. Could be one of the XMP settings causing issue.
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