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post #9411 of 17583
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Originally Posted by Timur Born View Post

In a Gigabyte thread people posted that GB removed the Flare X from the QVL.

Yes. but that was because it was so ugly looking compared to trident biggrin.gif
post #9412 of 17583
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Originally Posted by digitalfrost View Post

I use Revo Uninstaller to track all installations of ASUS software. I had so many headaches uninstalling their stuff.

Hmm not tried that. But yes you need a heavy set of tongs and a crowbar to remove some of the Asus stuff completely.

I'm just so relieved that Advanced Uninstaller PRO 12 worked in this case. I'll have to remember Revo Uninstaller as well in case I run into something again and the Advanced fails. Always good to have another tool in the box. In fact I think I'll go install the Revo now, or I'll be fumbling when I need it
Edited by CeltPC - 4/15/17 at 2:42am
post #9413 of 17583
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Originally Posted by Timur Born View Post

The differences between 3200-CL14 Flare X, Ripjaws V and TridentZ seem rather negligible. Of these three kits I had here the Flare X behaved rather worse than the others for some OC tries (like needing half a dozen POST restarts where the others just booted through). I kept the TridentZ, their cost is in between the other two. I also got a kit of 4000-CL18, but there doesn't seem to be any advantages compared to the 3200-CL14 yet.

Is there considerable difference between CL16 and CL14? price difference here is almost 60 euros for 2x8gb. Is it worth it?
post #9414 of 17583
I have no idea what the exact difference is between 2666 and 3200 strap, but i feel that is the holy grail at the moment. Asus would sell so many more boards if this could be fixed cause of the prices on ram.
I have no problem getting to 3200 speeds, but only through 2666 strap and blck clocking. I can boot to the next strap, but wont reach 3200 that way. This is with cheap 2133 Hynix M-Die that Corsair have labeled 3000CL15. The kit is under $100 from time to time. Theese do cl14 at 3000 as well. 2X8GB.
Edited by mackanz - 4/15/17 at 3:22am
post #9415 of 17583
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Originally Posted by Maxcielle View Post

Is there considerable difference between CL16 and CL14? price difference here is almost 60 euros for 2x8gb. Is it worth it?

i changed my CL16 's for the CL14's (Gskill), because of the lack to run 3200mhz! That was till these new bios version...Cant confirm what the situation is now!
post #9416 of 17583
Just a shoutout from earlier in this thread when I was unable to get a backplate for my NH-D15 cooler, well, I got one now and I finished building the rig yesterday.

So far so good, extremely pleased with everything.
Fresh install of latest Win 10 Creators Update, I've installed the latest chipset drivers and the Ryzen power plan (was this supposed to be set at 90% minimum speed by the way?).

CH6 with BIOS version 0081. Seems very good to me.
Right now experimenting with CPU settings, the RAM was very easy to get out of the way. Rock solid at 3200 14-14-14-34-1T @ 1.35V with SOC @ 1.0V. This is G.skill F4-3600C16D-16GTZR.
Using P-state 0 overcklocking and currently aiming for a 3.9 GHz 24/7 setting as it seems 4,0 GHz requires more than 1,35V (and I don't want to go above that).

So finally after just reading in this thread for days, I can now do some of my own tinkering. Keep it up!
post #9417 of 17583
Started to mess around with the new 0083.
Ramoc seems to be stable atleast, this is by putting the strap to 2666 and raising the bclk to 137.
This is with a pair of G.Skill RipjawsV DDR4-3000 C14 2x8


post #9418 of 17583
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Originally Posted by Quike View Post

Started to mess around with the new 0083.
Ramoc seems to be stable atleast, this is by putting the strap to 2666 and raising the bclk to 137.
This is with a pair of G.Skill RipjawsV DDR4-3000 C14 2x8



i should first try bios version 0081, this one is 1T for ram and most likely the new release version!
post #9419 of 17583
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Originally Posted by Kildar View Post

Same here for me...... Back to 1002....
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Originally Posted by Snowfox00x View Post

Same here. 1002 seems to be more stable.

Glad to hear I'm not the only one with this issue.
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post #9420 of 17583
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Originally Posted by majestynl View Post

i should first try bios version 0081, this one is 1T for ram and most likely the new release version!
Will do
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