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My experience from 0083 - qcode 0d and no boot. Damn
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Aaa and indeed mb posts faster on new bios like 50% faster !!!
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My experience from 0083 - qcode 0d and no boot. Damn

Try Clear CMOS - always works for me.
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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.

Ok, but than again, which ones are better for OC? Older chips in TridentZ or newer in FlareX? As I said, 8 EUR means nothing in terms of better OC and compatibility.

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Originally Posted by Serchio View Post

Try Clear CMOS - always works for me.

Didnt work at all. Had to flash back to previous (0d occured too), used later 0038 - reseted to default, again to 0083 - -0d again.

0081 - 0d.

Sorted with changing ram slots to single channel with 0081 on all auto settings. For now its working. I hope i did not burn up something
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Sounds remarkably familiar............
We're all doomed!!!


lol.
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Originally Posted by dorbot View Post

Sounds remarkably familiar............
We're all doomed!!!


lol.

I've been feeling like I am doomed, but not because of anything in this thread. biggrin.gif All of this effort to get memory speeds up to 3200....can any of us claim it isn't fun? It may be annoying for some people, but for me, since I have already paid for all of my components and am not really upset at ANY memory speeds above 2400, this is just good entertainment value. Back on Feb 24th, none of us had any clue about what memory would work best, or what would or would not work. Everything was a gamble. 1800X vs. 1700X performance is the same way, a gamble for how well the 1800X would perform. Hitting even 3.85GHz comfortably(not pushing things, so fan speeds have been fairly low) is fine for me on the 1800X, and I will see how the new BIOS versions work when it comes to temperatures/fan noise before I try to go to 3.9 or 4.0GHz again.

When it doubt, look at the positives, we are on the bleeding edge of technology, and except for those who had to RMA a board due to bricking(pre 0902), we have survived without too much grief.
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Originally Posted by Xianto View Post

Didnt work at all. Had to flash back to previous (0d occured too), used later 0038 - reseted to default, again to 0083 - -0d again.

0081 - 0d.

Sorted with changing ram slots to single channel with 0081 on all auto settings. For now its working. I hope i did not burn up something

Slots A2 and B2 for your RAM? After it worked with just single stick of RAM, did you try the other stick again? If you go back to 0038 with single stick, try at 0038 with two and again, work or no work?
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I have tried the 79 bios, but need more vcore for 4ghz
1.373 in 1002
1.439 in 79....
post #7650 of 17298
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Originally Posted by Targonis View Post

Slots A2 and B2 for your RAM? After it worked with just single stick of RAM, did you try the other stick again? If you go back to 0038 with single stick, try at 0038 with two and again, work or no work?

It works now on A1 and B1 (first two slots from CPU) if im correct. I dont have time at the moment to have more fun with it, will test different config later.

Just curious what 0d accualy means.
BTW my config
1700X
HyperX Fury 2666Mhz 2x 8GB
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