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I feel ya about wanting 3200mhz. It is just a weird issue some of us have which is due to how new the platform is, I keep saying this but I cant hit 3200mhz but I can hit 3466mhz-3600mhz without a problem using BCLK xD.
post #13512 of 17133
Thx, checked every day but not yesterday lol.^^' +rep
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I feel ya about wanting 3200mhz. It is just a weird issue some of us have, I keep saying this but I cant hit 3200mhz but I can hit 3466mhz-3600mhz without a problem using BCLK xD.

Yeah, you know I want to love this platform but it gives me sooo many headaches it is not funny anymore. : /

And when you think it works quite well on the other day it's got a new issue, even when everything else is quite nice and working as intended but the core team of motherboard/cpu/ram gives you issues every time... really frustrating.
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I have the exact same problem. If I use a DP cable, the screen will be black until it reaches the windows login screen. The solution was to use both a DP cable (to get 100hz in windows 3440x1440) and a hdmi cable. With the hdmi cable, I am able to see the bios screen, if overclocking failed.

Ah, righto, I thought this was just me!

My monitor also doesn't come out of standby most of the time until Windows boots either. I just keep pressing ctrl-alt-del once it reached A9, it does come on eventually. Really annoying tho.

Worked fine on my Z97 - same gfx card (Sapphire Tri-X Fury) and monitor (Acer X341CK)

EDIT: I've tried using both HDMI and DP too, but it boots Windows using HDMI so I end up with 3440x1440 @ 30hz; did you manage to get windows to only use the DP connector on it's own?
Edited by SpecChum - 5/5/17 at 4:34am
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Man this platform sucks... getting errors 55 and 54 or something like that. Got myself nice 2x16 gb samsung b-die gksill ram, bios is 1002. And got error 8 when cold booting but the cpu is flawless I can asure you of that. When will the next stable bios be avaible? AMD is dead for me... was a huge fan, but this platform is the worst.

If you are JUST getting your system going(or trying to), then you have missed the past two months of development, and that is why you say the platform sucks. So, short version:
The platform is still very new, and things like getting RAM to run at the speeds that are rated to work on something like Intel Z170 are not going to magically work on Ryzen for the moment. Now, before you go off the deep end, the official speed for DDR4 memory is 2133MHz, anything beyond that is technically overclocking. With some sets of memory, it is difficult to go above 2400MHz for the moment. AMD uses something called AGESA as a core for the BIOS code to interface with the CPU, including the memory controller, and with the next revision(1.0.0.5), it is expected to fix the vast majority of issues getting memory to run at higher speeds. That new version is slated for a May release, and I expect pre-release versions are already being tested by the major motherboard makers, including Asus.

If you can't get things working at fully stock speeds without trying to clock things higher, then THAT is what you need to address first, that isn't a problem with the platform, that is either a problem with one or more of your components, or your build. So, first things first, 24 pin for the main power to the motherboard, plus the 8-pin power. RAM in slots A2 and B2(as counted from the CPU socket). Video card in with attached power. Nothing else, does it come up properly? If not, then there is something wrong for you to test, and that is NOT a platform problem, you could have the same issue on an Intel motherboard/CPU.

I have had ZERO issues getting my pre-ordered Ryzen 7 1800X up and running. RAM speeds are really the only area that has been a true challenge, but even at 2400, things are running VERY well.
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Thx for the summary^^ +rep but yeah I'm also around since day one of ryzen release. I doesn't expected this many problems and issues you know. On stockspeed 2133 mhz ram is doing fine and does even coldboot. But thought 2666 wouldn't be that kind of a deal tbh. Yep, hoping for the best for next ageda update *fingers crossed*.
    
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Ah, righto, I thought this was just me!

My monitor also doesn't come out of standby most of the time until Windows boots either. I just keep pressing ctrl-alt-del once it reached A9, it does come on eventually. Really annoying tho.

Worked fine on my Z97 - same gfx card (Sapphire Tri-X Fury) and monitor (Acer X341CK)

EDIT: I've tried using both HDMI and DP too, but it boots Windows using HDMI so I end up with 3440x1440 @ 30hz; did you manage to get windows to only use the DP connector on it's own?

R9 390 here with an lg 29um68 (freesync) and im using the dp cable and haven't had any issues, could it be the dp cable maybe? Theres a way to reset the connection for hdmi (not sure if it works with dp cable as well). Turn everything off then unplug your dp cable from both ends (pc and monitor) then turn both back on without either dp or hdmi plugged in for a couple mins then shut everything off and replug cables in. This seems to reset the handshake between the gpu and monitor/tv. I used to have that problem on my tv with HDMI, worth a shot for dp if you guys are having issues.
    
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R9 390 here with an lg 29um68 (freesync) and im using the dp cable and haven't had any issues, could it be the dp cable maybe? Theres a way to reset the connection for hdmi (not sure if it works with dp cable as well). Turn everything off then unplug your dp cable from both ends (pc and monitor) then turn both back on without either dp or hdmi plugged in for a couple mins then shut everything off and replug cables in. This seems to reset the handshake between the gpu and monitor/tv. I used to have that problem on my tv with HDMI, worth a shot for dp if you guys are having issues.

I've got a couple DP cables and it's the same on all of them.

It's not really a big deal unless I'm doing something in BIOS, and then I just soft reset until it works.

I can live with it to be honest.
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Regarding the monitor not turning on for POST report: did you guys try disabling Boot > CSM Legacy Support? I guess it depends on the graphics card, but for me it switched the POST report output from my second to my first monitor.

Also, the first thing I do after a BIOS reset is to disable full screen logo and fast boot...
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Regarding the monitor not turning on for POST report: did you guys try disabling Boot > CSM Legacy Support? I guess it depends on the graphics card, but for me it switched the POST report output from my second to my first monitor.

Also, the first thing I do after a BIOS reset is to disable full screen logo and fast boot...

I can't remember to be honest, but what card do you have?

The lights on my Fury do light up, so it's coming on, it's maybe trying to output on the non existent HDMI connection. It didn't do this on the Z97 board tho, so I dunno.
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I can't remember to be honest, but what card do you have?

The lights on my Fury do light up, so it's coming on, it's maybe trying to output on the non existent HDMI connection. It didn't do this on the Z97 board tho, so I dunno.

I got a GTX970. I can only guess here, but since CSM seems to allow add-in-cards to run their BIOS it might be worth trying to disable it, as long you have your OS on a drive with UEFI/GPT.
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