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@elmor the bios has a overclock bug I think I figured out how to trigger it but I will have to test more in the morning. (If you fail a overclock in a curtain way, it limits all your overclockss after.) Clearing cmos doesnt help only a bios reinstall.
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@elmor

What is the difference between 0079 and 0081? What is the ProcODT set at for 0079?

Just the ProcODT change, 0079 relies on whatever Auto value AMD deems is best.
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I have a really weird issue.

My led strip have a mirror effect in asus aura. If I want to have green, I click blue. if I want blue, I click green. the back IO and Asus logo at the bottom is working correctly. Is it possible that the new BIOS 083 did that?

May not be this but give it a try in case, I don't know if all the RGB connectors are the same and can be put on either direction but would think so as they are just pins.

Try switching the RGB plug the other way round, I had it on the wrong way with Wraith fan and this happened.

As per below it shows if the pins are opposite way from they should be and if you select green you get blue, blue will give green and I don't know if red works.

red /green /blue /pow
pow / blue /green /red

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You know what, my Mrs is dense to technology so my most basic response to me spending nearly £2000 on a rig was "it will load in 5 seconds...!" doh.gif

Needless to say i have been in the dog house since Ryzen launch weekend simply on post-codes alone!! weirdsmiley.gif

Haha very true, my grandas new PC (with my old FX8350 and an SSD) starts quicker than mine now tongue.gif

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Originally Posted by S1L3N7D3A7H View Post

If anyone is interested in my memory training steps for 3400MHz, here they are.

Memory Training Steps:
  1. Set BCLK speed to 100MHz
  2. Set DRAM speed to 2666MHz
  3. Set DRAM timings to 16-16-16-16-36
  4. Set the SOC voltage to 1.0v
  5. Set DRAM voltage to 1.375v
  6. Set DRAM boot voltage to 1.375v
  7. Set VTTDDR voltage to 1/2 DDR
  8. Set P State 0 FID to 98 (38x)
  9. Set CPU offset voltage
  10. Save and exit
  11. Go back into BIOS
  12. Set DRAM speed to 3200
  13. Save and exit
  14. Go back into BIOS
  15. Set DRAM timings to 14-14-14-14-34
  16. Save and exit
  17. Go back into BIOS
  18. Set BCLK to 106.4MHz
  19. Save and exit
  20. Boot into Windows

What does memory training achieve? Is it to slowly increase the speed so that it eventually posts on the final settings? I was lucky to put my DOCP on and it worked fine

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@elmor

Can you take a look at this? read the description

ps: I did a windows reset before doing this video.

See above, also commented on your vid, fingers crossed
    
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May not be this but give it a try in case, I don't know if all the RGB connectors are the same and can be put on either direction but would think so as they are just pins.

Try switching the RGB plug the other way round, I had it on the wrong way with Wraith fan and this happened.

As per below it shows if the pins are opposite way from they should be and if you select green you get blue, blue will give green and I don't know if red works.

red /green /blue /pow
pow / blue /green /red
Haha very true, my grandas new PC (with my old FX8350 and an SSD) starts quicker than mine now tongue.gif
What does memory training achieve? Is it to slowly increase the speed so that it eventually posts on the final settings? I was lucky to put my DOCP on and it worked fine
See above, also commented on your vid, fingers crossed

In my case, I could not just go straight to using 3200, even with the loose timings. I had to do things in a particular order for the memory to train up and post successfully.
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In my case, I could not just go straight to using 3200, even with the loose timings. I had to do things in a particular order for the memory to train up and post successfully.

Just in case I need to clear my CMOS, I have a memory training setting saved in my OC profiles. It is basically identical settings to my 24/7 profile, but with the loose 16cl timings and 2666MHz RAM setting.

Load it, from there just load my 3200MHz, save and exit, then go back in and fix my timings.
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the RGB plug is not reversible. 12v on one side with the arrow and the three returns, one for each primary colour.
There are two ways to change the order. In Aura with software and answering the question what colour do you see or swapping the return wires around and re-soldering them. I think they are standard 5050 strips that come in 5 metre length for about 15 quid. I got some on ebay from a guy in Glasgow that came with the correct plug on each end. just had to cut off the right length from each end and used the spare to go all the way round my desk. Looks like a brothel now.thumb.gif Its ace and pink. So yes it was wired differently but Aura takes care of that in software. Aura is still buggy as hell though and the RGB GSKILL only rarely gets discovered. But its quite trippy when it works.
specool.gif

Incidentally, my motherboard seems to have stopped playing silly buggers. It seems the latest bios (beginning 0079) have allowed it to pass whatever constipation it had and is behaving in a predictable and sane manner. Its running at 3.8 GHz with just a couple of bumps on the multiplier. Modest overclock, very easy, and my F4 -3600C16D-16GTZR 16-16-16-16-36 kit is at 3200MHz 16-16-6-6-39. CAS 14 won't stick through a cold boot but I might try this ProcODT later. See if it makes it work. Really looking forward to higher straps for RAM.

Nice work elmor et al.

Perhaps we are not all doomed afterall!


heh.
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Curious. Where were the two made?

Both 1700x were Diffused in USA and Made In Malaysia. Well just stressed test for over 2 hours using Aida64 Extreme while playing videos, surfing etc. Anyways I can't believe how much cooler this one runs - OVER 10C COOLER!, but that is with fans running about 30% slower! The first one pretty much maxed out the cpu fan and case fans at stock automatic voltages.

If I didn't shock the hell out of the first one I would return it or RMA it.
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the RGB plug is not reversible. 12v on one side with the arrow and the three returns, one for each primary colour.
There are two ways to change the order. In Aura with software and answering the question what colour do you see or swapping the return wires around and re-soldering them. I think they are standard 5050 strips that come in 5 metre length for about 15 quid. I got some on ebay from a guy in Glasgow that came with the correct plug on each end. just had to cut off the right length from each end and used the spare to go all the way round my desk. Looks like a brothel now.thumb.gif Its ace and pink. So yes it was wired differently but Aura takes care of that in software. Aura is still buggy as hell though and the RGB GSKILL only rarely gets discovered. But its quite trippy when it works.
specool.gif

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With the wraith cooler it doesn't have a 12v power lead just the 3 RGB which is how it caused the problem when I plugged it in wrong. The plug can be put on either way and will still use the signals. I wasn't sure if the strips drew power from the header separately, just ordered a strip to add in to PC. I don't know why though as it is a solid black silent case lol- few vents in the top though so may give it a nice glow smile.gif
    
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Try procodt . 80 just helped my corsair 2x16@3200 to boot at 3200.
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New poster just checking in. Been reading this thread since it started.

Specs:
Ryzen 1700x @ 4GHz (112.8x35.5) 1.3875v
CH6 1002
G-Skill TridentZ F4-3000C14D-32GTZ @ 3000Mhz 2666 strap, 14-14-14-14-34-1T
MSI GTX 1070 Gaming SLI
Samsung EVO 960 m.2
Corsair H110i
Corsair 460X RGB

My experiences with this platform:
Apart from the realization that no matter what I do, I can't get the computer to boot with anything over 2666MHz strap, I've had relatively few issues.
Highest overclock I've hit was 4.1GHz CPU 3.1GHz RAM with bclk overclock, unstable after 2 C15 benches @ 1.4v. Rock solid 4.0/3.0 @ 1.3875v after hours in Prime95
Temps always read 60C idle no matter if i set senseMI skew or not, stock clocks or overclocked

I just wanted to say keep up the good work and I will never give up the fight to hit 3200MHz RAM biggrin.gif
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