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Originally Posted by Brko View Post

F4-3200C14 TridentZ and F4-3200C14 FlareX - these are the same RAM, right?
Suppose they have same OC potencial. I am purchasing C6H, R5 1600 next week and I will choose one of these 2 kits. Price difference is 8 EUR (FlareX has bigger price).

To save 8 EUR and buy TridentZ or FlareX? Idea is OC to as far as they or far as C6H can go.

Thanks.

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they're not exactly the same kit. the flare x are using newer samsung chips that support jedec standard 2400 cas 16 1.2v's instead of 2133mhz cas 15 found on the older samsung chips like the gskill trident kit. i genuinely don't know if that matters for ryzen compatibility but that's what gskill decided to use for the new flare x kits.
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Originally Posted by muffins View Post

they're not exactly the same kit. the flare x are using newer samsung chips that support jedec standard 2400 cas 16 1.2v's instead of 2133mhz cas 15 found on the older samsung chips like the gskill trident kit. i genuinely don't know if that matters for ryzen compatibility but that's what gskill decided to use for the new flare x kits.

I'd love to see a 2x16 for the Flare X series, but then again, with RAM prices these days, the kit might cost $400, compared to the $178 I paid for my Ripjaws V 3200(CAS 16 stuff, 2x16) on Feb 24th.
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I notice the AMD balanced power plan doesn't work on 0079.
post #7634 of 17768
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Originally Posted by femfemti View Post

Hello Followed this thread for a while and got a lot of hints thumb.gif

Testing out the 0081 BIOS and playing with ProcODT
anyway to share experience so far
was on 1001 with ram at 2933 cl18 http://valid.x86.fr/ap5ls4

0081 only booted at 2666 at first but setting Procodt to 68,6 allowed me to run 2933 again and 80 allows 3200! unable to get under cl18 but its an improvement. http://valid.x86.fr/6e5xmn

But can anyone explain what this setting does? I am a bit worried as i have no idea what it is doing smile.gif

2x16GB dual sided b-die btw

You're my hero biggrin.gif

After trying all of the betas and not being able to hit my 2933MHz @ 18-14-14-14-34 as before in any of them, I was generally disappointed. Tweaked ProcODT as you suggested on 0081... and now I'm running my dual-rank 16GBx2 at 3200MHz @ 18-16-16-16-36!

Like you, I have absolutely no idea what this does, just hoping it isn't harmful. Hoping @elmor or someone else can explain what this does?

Edit: I have this kit.
post #7635 of 17768
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Originally Posted by Safetytrousers View Post

I notice the AMD balanced power plan doesn't work on 0079.
It seems like it, but this is because the minimum processor stat is 90% in that plan.
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It looks like 0083 didn't fix the offset problem with PStates when stability issue occurs (like code 8 during stress tests).

Today I god 1.5V voltage for the CPU because after reboot PStates settings were removed but my cpu voltage was still set to + offset... Bios showed 1.5V :/

The other annoying thing is that new variable (don't remember the name, to set how many times ram is tested before returning to low settings), which after a crash returns to 1 (I need at least 2 to get my ram working on 3200 MHz).

Edit:
It's called Fail_CNT
Edited by Serchio - 4/7/17 at 12:27pm
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AMD Ryzen 1700X ASUS Crosshair VI X370 MSI GeForce GTX 1080 Gaming X G.Skill TridentZ DDR4-3200 C14 DC - 16GB 
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Samsung 960 Evo Samsung 840 Evo WD Black 1 TB WD Green 2T 
CoolingMonitorKeyboardPower
Noctua NH-D15 HP ZR22w Logitech G610 EVGA SuperNOVA G3 750W 
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Anyone encounter this problem?
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Originally Posted by goncalossilva View Post

You're my hero biggrin.gif

After trying all of the betas and not being able to hit my 2933MHz @ 18-14-14-14-34 as before in any of them, I was generally disappointed. Tweaked ProcODT as you suggested on 0081... and now I'm running my dual-rank 16GBx2 at 3200MHz @ 18-16-16-16-36!

Like you, I have absolutely no idea what this does, just hoping it isn't harmful. Hoping @elmor or someone else can explain what this does?

Edit: I have this kit.

ProcODT is Processor On-Die Termination.

It's impedance matching to clean the voltage signal (reduces reflection) from the RAM - it's used in conjunction with the DDR termination voltage.

I can't really see any of the values hurting anything but stability, but it's usually best set to auto.
post #7639 of 17768
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Originally Posted by goncalossilva View Post

You're my hero biggrin.gif

After trying all of the betas and not being able to hit my 2933MHz @ 18-14-14-14-34 as before in any of them, I was generally disappointed. Tweaked ProcODT as you suggested on 0081... and now I'm running my dual-rank 16GBx2 at 3200MHz @ 18-16-16-16-36!

Like you, I have absolutely no idea what this does, just hoping it isn't harmful. Hoping @elmor or someone else can explain what this does?

Edit: I have this kit.

Some google searches later https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/On-die_termination But dont really understand it smile.gif

*Edit is it the same noise cancellation effect as a end line 75 Ohm resistor on a coax TV cable?
Edited by femfemti - 4/7/17 at 12:41pm
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Damn this new 079 bios is nice testi g 3461 memory as 3466 requires 118.2 and my cpu does not like that...
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