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Can someone tell me what the actual balls is going on.
First I had no issues at all, installed Windows, apps etc.

Rebooted to BIOS to change DOCP setting to 3200MHz, save & reset -> and now I constantly reboot into BIOS.
Even setting Optimal Defaults or putting all settings to default keeps me booting into BIOS.
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Originally Posted by OnSync View Post

Can someone tell me what the actual balls is going on.
First I had no issues at all, installed windows all that.
Rebooted to BIOS to change DOCP setting to 3200MHz, save & reset -> and now I constantly reboot into BIOS.
Even setting Optimal Defaults or putting all settings to default keeps me booting into BIOS.

Check your SATA devices and boot priority to ensure your windows drive is still showing up and bios is set to boot from it.
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1) Are there any 32GB RAM kits, regardless of configuration, that will work out of the box at 3000-3200 Mhz with good timings on Ryzen 1700? I don't mind OC'ing, but it would be nice to plug & play.

Thanks in advance!!
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Two DIMMS usually put less strain on the IMC and are generally preferable but I dont think anyone has scratched the surface of the R7s IMC so who knows if that will hold true. There are a few members in the thread that had 2x16 running at 3200 IIRC; hopefully they can chime and and shed some more light on the subject.

I'm one of those that had 2x16 GB running at 3200 MHz, with 18-16-16-36-2T timings (I think), but I got several memory errors while running MemTest (the version running under Windows) so I wouldn't say it works.

I'm currently running 2660 at 14-14-14-34-2T without any memory errors so it wasn't my RAM that was the issue at 3200 MHz. I'm hoping the May AGESA will let me run at 3200 MHz 14-14-14-34-2T without errors.

For now, I don't think any type of RAM can guarantee 3200 MHz as it's too dependant on your CPU. We'll know more after May update though..
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Check your SATA devices and boot priority to ensure your windows drive is still showing up and bios is set to boot from it.
Wow, I feel like a genius. It had messed up my boot drivers indeed. DERP

BTW, which one should I trust ASUS or AMD, because the temp on Ryzen Master is shown as 28-30C, but ASUS BIOS and BootIntelligence shows 50C.
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Wow, I feel like a genius. It had messed up my boot drivers indeed. DERP

BTW, which one should I trust ASUS or AMD, because the temp on Ryzen Master is shown as 28-30C, but ASUS BIOS and BootIntelligence shows 50C.

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Great... XD BTW, you don't happen to have stable bios settings for 1700X and 3200 CL14 RAMs setting?
I want to OC my CPU to 3.9 as well, but this whole AMD is completely new to me, so I'm pretty lost of what voltages and where I need to use. Change my 2600K today, as I got the parts finally. But I had to do MacGyver with my fan, as I had no backplate or other AM3 plate.
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@elmor i was able to do 3200 with 16-16-16-36 on 1002 but on 0081 only 16-18-18-36 works... That is not the case most of the time with 0081 not really wanting my ram at 3200
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well im on an 1800x and 4ghz doesn't take much thought... but if your 3200 CL14 ram is 2x8gb you have a chance to be able to just set D.O.C.P. standard and if that doesnt work change your timings a tad higher.

1700x and 4ghz i'd think you can start out with 1.4v and do stability tests from there. but there is definitely better case scenarios somewhere in this thread.
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well im on an 1800x and 4ghz doesn't take much thought... but if your 3200 CL14 ram is 2x8gb you have a chance to be able to just set D.O.C.P. standard and if that doesnt work change your timings a tad higher.

1700x and 4ghz i'd think you can start out with 1.4v and do stability tests from there. but there is definitely better case scenarios somewhere in this thread.
I can boot into Windows with DOCP Standard, but it seems to be slightly laggy. I mean like, when you have to enter the password/PIN it lags for a while.
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Originally Posted by Targonis View Post

Welcome to the chaos, I TRY to keep up with this thread, but it DOES move quickly. Things that many have not really talked about is the better audio on this board, the 10 channel DAC is a nice "extra". Now, there is a big RAM focused update from AMD that is due in May, and that update SHOULD allow for most 3200 rated memory to hit that speed. With that in mind, you will want 14 latency memory, since it DOES work better overall.

Now, going with 4 sticks of 8GB of 1T RAM will result in the best performance at the moment, and will make it easier to hit 3200MHz than 2x16, but as I mentioned, in a month, hitting 3200MHz should be easy enough for the 2x16 configuration. Performance difference would be insignificant I believe.

Thanks for the reply!

Yeah this thread moves super fast, not long ago it was around 200 pages. Great info and participation though - nice to see Asus employees actively engaging the community.

So should I buy 3200 Mhz 14 latency RAM, or something lesser and OC it? If I can safely save some money with no disadvantage, I wouldn't mind doing so.

I was under the impression the April 11th update provided the RAM speed compatibility upgrade, based on the AMA AMD did on TomsHardware:

"Ram is improving all the time. We have a huge BIOS update enabling 3200 MHz DDR4 that should hit most boards April 11th, and another one scheduled for May." So maybe the April update didn't do much for RAM?

Source:
http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/id-3378010/join-tom-hardware-amd-thursday-april-6th/page-3.html?_ga=1.135307185.1475899300.1480958174

If you think I can safely get 2X16GB, can you point me to an exact kit? The sheer number of RAM kits are what I am finding most daunting. I have gathered that I want Samsung B die RAM, but that's about it.

Thanks again for taking the time.
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