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Guys...I need some help frown.gif

Randomly, while using any kind of program or just idle, i got black screen of dead. The dram light goes on on the motherboard. Everything is at stock :/

Any ideas? Faulty mobo, ram o power supply?
post #28702 of 29854
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Originally Posted by lordzed83 View Post

Looking At temperatures it seems Fine. That Voltage spike cam come from mentioned XFR. So i got an idea:
Set manual bclk 100mhz set 8x4.0 1.425 llc3 soc 1.1 soc llc3 Load Stils 3200 safe thats on 1.4volts on ddrs.
Turn performance mode off ( Turns XFR off) And see if You get constant 4ghz on all cores and nor oltage spikes above 1.5


And try running something like prime 95.

Used your settings, both with 1501, 1701, and 0052 (which is the latest).
Unfortunately, the core goes 1.570v as soon as prime tries to run :/
post #28703 of 29854
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Originally Posted by Albert1007 View Post

Really curious, have had this kit from the start, 1403 using DOCP worked like a charm, 1501 and 1701 using the Stilt's Safe 3200mhz at 1.39V with 1.05V SoC works perfectly, gone from 3200 16-18-18-18-36-72 to 3200 14-14-14-14-28-50.

Is 1.39v safe? I have never tried to OC the actual ram voltage above recommended.

What OC is your cpu at?

BTW - big update: I managed to boot at 3200mhz after using procODT at 68.6. Do you use that setting?
My soc is at auto, otherwise using standard docp and cpu is on auto/stock settings. I'm gonna try to OC the cpu after ram is 100% stable at 3200.
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Guys...I need some help frown.gif

Randomly, while using any kind of program or just idle, i got black screen of dead. The dram light goes on on the motherboard. Everything is at stock :/

Any ideas? Faulty mobo, ram o power supply?
Could have multiple causes, realy
> Have you recently upgraded windows ?
> Does your windows or programs that you use, have issues (to your knowledge) ? Like trow certain errors
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I'm punching them in the order of 9 comma 716 so... biggrin.gif

Edit: if those are supposed to be decimals there's a reason why us westerners use a period instead of a comma XD but even when I was typing out the numbers the commas would go before the first number and then get put in the right place if that's any consultation

Same problem here. It's like I'm entering 9 thousand instead of 9 dot 375
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Could have multiple causes, realy
> Have you recently upgraded windows ?
> Does your windows or programs that you use, have issues (to your knowledge) ? Like trow certain errors

I have just formatted to FCU update but i had this issue even before.
Not at all! It happens even while idle :/
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Originally Posted by 1usmus View Post

these numbers are very strange result, should be compatible with other versions of Windows

try different compatibility modes


Well it does calculate




I got few Noob questions how to use the calculated numbers biggrin.gif

So it gives Values out
tRFC 298673

So what is that ?? should we set 300 in bios or woot ??

Other question is. My DDR kit is as You see 3733cl18@1.35 was best kit Team Group was selling in June. So my XMP profile is for 3733 how does one calculate settings for lets say 3333cl14 speed ??
Edited by lordzed83 - 10/20/17 at 2:04pm
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@lordzed83
0052 was very unstable and rolled back to 1701. Decided this time to leave everything stock and use Ryzen Master.

Selected profile 1. Set core speed 4.1Ghz, voltage 1.35v, and ram slider to 3200Mhz ram. Left everything else default. (soc 0.900v).

The CPU now goes up to 4100mhz when needs too, core voltage never exceed 1.439v but usually is 1.15-1.26 according to CH6 sensor on the HWInfo, or 1.356v maximum according to CPU sensor on HWInfo.

SOC is still high, 1.199v constantly running, according to the CH6 sensor or 1.137v according to the CPU sensor.

Do you know any way to lower the SOC? According to the Ryzen master the setting is for 0.900v.
Any attempt to change it on the BIOS results to failure and high core voltages or no post on reboot.
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Originally Posted by Xzow View Post

Is 1.39v safe? I have never tried to OC the actual ram voltage above recommended.

What OC is your cpu at?

BTW - big update: I managed to boot at 3200mhz after using procODT at 68.6. Do you use that setting?
My soc is at auto, otherwise using standard docp and cpu is on auto/stock settings. I'm gonna try to OC the cpu after ram is 100% stable at 3200.

1.39V is a bit more than recommended, but still on the relatively safe area (nothing is 100% safe in this hobby xD)

I haven't touched the proc0dt, using Stilt's 3200mhz safe for the B-Dies, and my CPU is a 1600X running at 3.9Ghz with 1.352V
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Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Ryzen DRAM Calculator 0.9.6v5 - alpha 5

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Byx_5So-FNsdR2F1V0pkR1k1WFE/view?usp=sharing




UHQ XMP - Samsung b-die with XMP profile
HQ XMP - Hynix MFR / AFR + Samsung c,d,e-die + Micron with XMP profile
Without XMP - for all memory without XMP profile

* button Save - the program remembers your entered values
* button Screen - makes screenshots

What values to enter?



p.s. still there will be a lot of corrections of calculations, do not worry smile.gif
Hi mate
I like what you tried achieving... Good job there and keep that up
But something is seriously wrong in your calculator
If not... then you should tell me where i went wrong cose the outcome is... just impossible
My kit don't even support 9T for CL rolleyes.gif
Neither do most other kits these days, btw
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