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Hi there,

Funny weirdness going on re: my RAM SPDs (using G.Skill Trident Z RGB (F4-3600C16-8GTZR) it was beginning to look corrupted, and when I posted my OC's CPU-z validation I freaked out. (Look at my first RAM stick's SPD versus my second one here): https://valid.x86.fr/msia43

See how the second Stick has no Part number or manufacturer listed? That was also happening in CPU-z when I re: opened it to check. At the time I was still using Aura (and had it installed) and had just recently re-corrected the colors of the RGB on my board and RAM. Having seen this issue, came here to research it, then removed aura. NOW it looks like my SPDs are fine (as if they were "attempting" to corrupt, but hadn't done so yet. I'm attempting to use Typhoon's "compare" feature to compare my sticks to a "known good" copy of the data file, but not owning the licensed version, I can't easily do that. Could someone either post a known good copy of my RAM's SPD data (if they have it, or have access to it) or maybe I could post the hex or readout (or my dump file) and someone could take a look? It's LOOKING as if I "caught" the corruption before it took, but I want to be 100% sure.

I'm mostly posting this in hopes it helps Elmor or others diagnose what's going on between AURA and G.Skill's RGB RAM.


I think that Voodoo Jungle recently updated the free version of Thaiphoon to allow the comparator to work but for writing to the modules you still need to throw 20 quid at it.

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The command rate makes essentially no difference on Ryzen, no matter what the DRAM configuration is.

It doesn't seem to have any noticeable effect on the performance, but I noticed I get less random bit errors with 2T compared to 1T when clocking my Dual Ranked Samsung B die to 3200 with ProcODT 80. The source of the errors does seem to be the memory controller, not the memory itself though, as I also get fewer with a higher VDDSOC.
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Does the C6H have some sort of USB slot specific for mice? It seems like my Logitech G502 mouse is stalling sometimes in games and building a Ryzen system is the biggest change I made.

Does not but i prefer to use the ones right next to the clear cmos/bios flashback buttons as those are the ones directly controlled by the cpu. I haven't had any issues with my corsair strafe and corsair m65 rgb pro.
    
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Not Apples for Apples as i have the 2x8gb Kit have 101BCLK so running 3233mhz no problem cold booting only difference is using AUTO ProcODT 4.04Ghz CPU clock everything else the same.

I'm avoiding BCLK overclocking as that will override the P-State overclock I have set and I prefer the P-State method over BCLK overclocking.
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I'm avoiding BCLK overclocking as that will override the P-State overclock I have set and I prefer the P-State method over BCLK overclocking.

You can do both on latest BIOS
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Are there any settings I can use to replicate this? When are you getting the message, can you take a screenshot or a picture?

Haven't been able to replicate these errors, will keep trying. Difficult with all the different OS configurations. Antivirus software is definitely #1 on the suspicion list. If anyone could test by disabling software by software that would help loads (for example booting in diagnostic mode).
 

For the Evaluation copy message its just setting fastboot to off.  I left it off though and the odd behaviour seems to have settled spontaneously! It is now booting from a powered off state with 3200MHz RAM what seems like every time. But I didn't do anything. Also I quite like the "evaluation version" message, its sort of cool! 

 

 

Regarding the Zenstates program not working, I have kind of resigned myself to doing a clean install of windows when I can. I'll need to make a new install media with creators on it but the internet here is a bit crap at the moment.

Would having bad crashes when attempting an unstable overlock @4GHz+ have likely done any lasting damage to the installation I wonder? 

I suppose when things are running too fast with not enough volts anything can happen!

 

I tried safe mode but no joy there either, and there is no antivirus apart from windows defender which I could disable I suppose.

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Hi guys,

so I just tried to tune the timings on my G.Skill Trident Z RGB 16 GB DDR4-3000 RAM (F4-3000C16D-16GTZR, Hynix I believe) at 3200 MHz@1,4V from CL16-18-18-18-38 to CL16-16-16-16-36 when my DIMM installed in the B2 slot got corrupted. Now it isn't recognized anymore, only the DIMM in A2 is working. When I try to boot with only the corrupted stick installed in A2 my system will get stuck at Q-Code "0d". However the other stick is running fine. Should I go for an RMA right away or is there any potential chance of getting the Stick to work again?

EDIT: BIOS 1107, SOC Voltage was on 1,2V no LLC when it got corrupted. I was using AURA, but as I made the changes in BIOS I don't really think that AURA bricked it.
Edited by IRobertuSI - 5/7/17 at 3:20am
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Originally Posted by Mitzrael777 View Post


If everything for the CPU is set at Auto(no overclock), a lot's of time IT spikes to 1.526 volts even if the computer is doing nothing.
That's because of XFR.
If you are keeping your CPU to default frequency, you can set a manual value of voltage between 1.15 V and 1.25 V. wink.gif
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That's because of XFR.
If you are keeping your CPU to default frequency, you can set a manual value of voltage between 1.15 V and 1.25 V. wink.gif

Mama says, mama says, XFR is the DEVIL.
    
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post #13770 of 17210
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Originally Posted by Reikoji View Post

Try with Cas 18 or 20.

WOrked with Cas 18, it's stable even running Cinebench now, but in this software i'm getting a worse value than having 2666mhz at tighter timings...so, it's not worh it. Also i'm able to boot 15-15-15-36 at this frequency (2666) but the first won't change after reboot, it stays on 16. Do you know why? Anyway i didn't have any benefit in this case, at least in Cinebench r15 score.
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