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Originally Posted by Kildar View Post

Try setting DRAM Boot to 1.4v.
Since DRAM Boot is for before Agesa takes over, isn't that also before any RAM overclocking takes place? So what would be the use in higher DRAM voltage at that point?
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Engines dont have gears. Im an ******* @LPCobris
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Hey guys, I just returned my MSI x370 Titanium in favor of this board because that board being more expensive did not support BCLK overclocking to overclock ram. I will be throwing in two sticks of F4-3600C16D-16GTZR and trying to get near 3600. Should I flash the bios to the newest version? Should I flash before putting in anything? I'm really nervous because iirc, people were bricking using ez flash.
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Originally Posted by Seacow8404 View Post

Should I flash before putting in anything? I'm really nervous because iirc, people were bricking using ez flash.

Download 081 from here, use USB Flashback. Have fun! smile.gif
(and no, had nothin to do with ez flash, was just versions prior to 0902 which had a problem, with every other version, use what you like, but USB flashback is the most safe way)
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Download 081 from here, use USB Flashback. Have fun! smile.gif
(and no, had nothin to do with ez flash, was just versions prior to 0902 which had a problem, with every other version, use what you like, but USB flashback is the most safe way)

Why 81 vs 82 vs 83.

I'm on 83 and I feel like its doing quite well. Not sure the differences though.
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Originally Posted by Timur Born View Post

Since DRAM Boot is for before Agesa takes over, isn't that also before any RAM overclocking takes place? So what would be the use in higher DRAM voltage at that point?

It has made a big difference for me. Right around DRAM vboot of 1.46-1.47, I can pretty much toss any realistic speed/timings at it without issue for training. To pass stress tests, the DRAM voltage needs to be increased as well but it doesnt need to be anywhere near as high (typically somewhere around 1.375).
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Originally Posted by LPCobris View Post

So...
Lets see a product is officially launched... Suposelly tested... Boards are also released... Also tested and fully compliant...
And then ... **** hit the fan... lots of problems...

What happend?... Sorry but your explanation don´t stick... "early adopter?"... Lets see if that is written on the box of the board...
Welll nothing its there... why? Because these are RETAIL PRODUCTS... Relased to market as finished products...

I have to thank nothing to the companys that fail to deliver... they knew it... and even so... they put to sell... We will fix it later... someday...
I have the right to be frustraded... like many of the rest here...

Why be cynical... and just behave like... helll this is like the world is... i cant change it...
The change start with us... lets start to ask more for our rights as consumers... did anyone got a ryzen for free? or even an CH6?...

Hell i don´t... have to work my ass off to have to money to invest in new tech... and new tech is not beta tech... tongue.gif

Best Regards,

LPC

What issues? The only issue I know of is the bad bios shipped on early boards, a new bios was released, problem solved.

Ryzen officially supports ddr4 2666.

If you run the cpu stock, with supported memory, there are no issues. Everything works and it is stable.

.... So what is your beef?
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Originally Posted by Silenttrouble View Post

Why 81 vs 82 vs 83.

081 will be the next official one, 082 and 083 will stay beta for now. If you're better with 082 or 083, stay with it. I just suggested the next official one. smile.gif
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All my latest flash attempts were done in BIOS directly from my SSD. I was surprised that the BIOS flash tool not only could read NTFS, but also completely ignored any user control right management on the folders. Installing from \Users\Timur\Download folder was no problem, except that I would have wished that BIOS could not just gain entrance to a folder that is supposed to only be read by me, administrators and System. wink.gif
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What are you guys getting on temps, I got all 8 cores at 3900 MHZ on an EK X360 water kit running 1.33vcore. I'm still at 77.5C (under prime95 max heat)

I was higher, but i got some kryonaut and that brought it down a few deg to 77.5.

The water hoses dont even feel warm either, its almost as if its not taking away as much heat as it should.
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