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Originally Posted by -Gifted- View Post

I was on 1001.. flashed to 082 - cant be bothered to try all 4.. so just picked one that sounded good to me! lol

Anyway nothing changed for me apart from post is def a little faster. (used to have a '3F' code loop before in every post that's now completely gone) - so that's def a plus!

I'm running G.Skill Trident 3200C16D - Two sets of 16gb.

Same ram settings as always for me sadly.. I can run 2 sticks at 2666, but fastest I can get 4 sticks is 2400mhz, no matter what.. ive tried boot voltage, and every timing I can think of...

largest BLCK that will post is 105.. but I had a couple of c rashes so went back to normal 2400 but with tight timings (12-12-12-36)

At least I'm rock stable as it was previously.. Although CPU just at stock atm with a -0.06250 offset (1800x)

Will try again to bump memory with next months AMD update - I would buy some different ram but nothing else available in South Africa - the 3200 16 is all we have for sale...
Are they Trident Z? I can't seem to boot with 2666 2x16 sticks with any of the new bioses. 2400 works fine though. It won't even get pass 2133 with 4 sticks installed redface.gif
post #7602 of 16868
Having a tough time with 0081 and BCLK OC. Changing BCLK often resulted in failed POSTs and the use of safe boot and/or power cycling & resetting until I could get back into BIOS. At one point I even tried 100.2MHz and it couldn't POST whatsoever. Gave up and went back to 100 and everything is fine. I did get it to boot once at 102 but further adjustment resulted in the behaviors above.

A couple of times it seemed like the POST process got out of sync. I was seeing multiple Qcode LEDs lit at the same time (such as both DRAM and VGA).
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Switched from 0083 to 0082 to run in ram in 1T mode. Still not able to get the rated timings at the current frequency, tho my kit isnt on the list so not suprised.
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@gupsterg

Did the new bios change default Vcore values for you? Or are you using the same +offset values to reach the same Vcore values are the prior bioses?
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post #7605 of 16868
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Originally Posted by huyee View Post

Are they Trident Z? I can't seem to boot with 2666 2x16 sticks with any of the new bioses. 2400 works fine though. It won't even get pass 2133 with 4 sticks installed redface.gif

I am at work, but will be testing my Ripjaws V set when I get home. 16D 3200 stuff, 2x16. I am at 2667 currently with 0902. And yes, this is the "cheap" stuff, so I have no illusions of it working "well" at this point, though 2667 isn't horrible.
post #7606 of 16868
So I am on 0082 currently.

I can finally boot (also coldboot) with 3200 CL14 on my GSkill F4-3200C14D-16GTZSK. Before it worked just one out of 4 times on a warm boot, and never on a cold boot.

I do have another serious problem though. When I am on high system load, like on Realbench - I have many short System freezes. I tried to capture this in a video for you.



Any idea what the reason could be? First time the freeze appeared I thought - welp, OC unstable, gonna get a black screen and crash now . but it did not.
post #7607 of 16868
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Originally Posted by kaseki View Post

I didn't see a specific reply, so let me ask: Are you clearing the BIOS and reflashing before each change? I have the impression from the past 7500 or so posts that sometimes the BIOS and/or EC save values that one may not want to apply to the next attempt to find a good set of parameters, thereby thwarting the trial and error process.

Well yes I suppose so. The point is that there are no changes to undo. The board spontaneously decides it wont boot to bios anymore. Its been pretty much stock apart from the odd foray into ram speed changes with Dram & Boot voltage to 1.35v , SOC to 1v , that's all.
So I clear the bios, flashback and try my luck getting the damn thing to go. I wish there was a way to reliably get back to a factory state. It seems that the only way to get a factory condition is to replace the board with another from the factory which is clearly an absurd situation. Perhaps a tool to clean out the bios remains in windows even because the bios seems so ass backwards its insane.
Maybe I just have a particularly gnarly board, lol.
Edited by dorbot - 4/7/17 at 10:39am
post #7608 of 16868
Using all 4 of the updated BIOS files, I still can't get my TridentZ F4-3200C14D-16GTZKW kit to post on the 3200 strap. Using the 2T BIOS, I set BCLK to 132.4 and used a lower memory strap to get 3177 at the on-box timings. At the very least, I've got the updated AGESA code and can play around more when I have more time.
post #7609 of 16868
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Originally Posted by crossbone View Post

So I am on 0082 currently.

I can finally boot (also coldboot) with 3200 CL14 on my GSkill F4-3200C14D-16GTZSK. Before it worked just one out of 4 times on a warm boot, and never on a cold boot.

I do have another serious problem though. When I am on high system load, like on Realbench - I have many short System freezes. I tried to capture this in a video for you.



Any idea what the reason could be? First time the freeze appeared I thought - welp, OC unstable, gonna get a black screen and crash now . but it did not.

Is that with Creators Update for Windows 10? Creators Update caused some headaches for me on my laptop due to the Microsoft Ink garbage and it trying to draw on the screen for some odd reason, and causing some pausing in even stupid "casual" games. I forced the removal of OneNote to see if that would help, and have not run into that problem again on my laptop.
post #7610 of 16868
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Originally Posted by zeroarmy27 View Post

Using all 4 of the updated BIOS files, I still can't get my TridentZ F4-3200C14D-16GTZKW kit to post on the 3200 strap. Using the 2T BIOS, I set BCLK to 132.4 and used a lower memory strap to get 3177 at the on-box timings. At the very least, I've got the updated AGESA code and can play around more when I have more time.

Had the same problem like you, perhaps try:

BIOS: 0082
DOCP Standard Profile for RAM Speed and Timings
DRAM Voltage 1.35
DRAM Startup Voltage 1.40

Worked for me
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