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Originally Posted by Praz View Post

Hello

That is not how things work at ASUS. 0079 modified would have a different designation. Also Raja does not post using misleading info. If his screenshots show 0079 it is the same version that is posted in this thread.

hehe How do you know that for sure. anyways!
He was just showing 32GB and a screenshot. Nobody is talking about misleading something.
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Well ****. Was stress testing and it rebooted. Cycling post codes 58, dE, Ad, F6, 7d, 02 even after clearing CMOS. Is this board dead? Lmao
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Shiiiit...Even a reflash didn't help
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Well, looks like it took out my ram. One stick dead that's halting post. Ram wasn't oc'd or overvolted either..
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Originally Posted by Crysis90 View Post

Good. thumb.gif
What voltage (and I mean DRAM Voltage and DRAM BOOT Voltage) do you apply to RAM DIMMs to get them work at those timings?
What voltage to SoC?

Thanks.

Settings:

BIOS 0081
CPU Ratio: 41.25
CPU VCore: 1.425
LLC2

Dram v: 1.41v
Dram boot: 1.42v
SOC: 1.05v
Pll: 1.85v
VTTDDR: 0.685v



Note: I may have to look into Safe voltage on this ram a little more, I saw some errors with the m.2 drive that go away at 12-12-12-26.@ 1.41v, I suspect that 1.42 or 1.43 may be required to run 12-11-11-22 or 11-11-11-22 (I can train and boot at 11-11-11-22, but it is unstable at 1.41v).


how I boot:

I have a saved profile with all the voltage settings and a 4ghz cpu / 3200 memory at 14-14-14-34.

I boot into windows, reboot, enter bios and then tighten the timings, F10, and it will boot into windows with the same settings.
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Originally Posted by ProTekkFZS View Post

Well, looks like it took out my ram. One stick dead that's halting post. Ram wasn't oc'd or overvolted either..

Same Happened to me with the gskills..
post #9667 of 17768
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Originally Posted by ProTekkFZS View Post

Well, looks like it took out my ram. One stick dead that's halting post. Ram wasn't oc'd or overvolted either..

Hey I had the EXACT same thing happen to me, but it was not my RAM or CPU, it was the board. I got a code 8, rebooted and nothing would post. I reset, it posted, but if I attempted to do anything to the RAM, no post. I could only post at pure defaults, even 2666 would hang on post.

Funny enough I found that that allthough it had been running 14-14-14-34 for days, It had to stay at the default 15-15-15-36 @ 2133 to post.

I swapped the MB out and all was well.

Now I just keep a spare CH6 on hand... just in case. smile.gif
Edited by Gadfly - 4/16/17 at 12:02pm
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Originally Posted by Gadfly View Post

Hey I had the EXACT same thing happen to me, but it was not my RAM or CPU, it was the board.

I could only post at pure defaults, even 2666 would hang on post.

I swapped the MB out and all was well.

Now I just keep a spare CH6 on hand... just in case. smile.gif

What'd you swap to? My CH6 is on the way and now I'm starting to worry/regret my purchase a bit...
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Why is this happening?
Full load test on OCCT. GTX 1080FTW. LLC 2.
Is my 750w Supernova G2 reaching its limit?


Edited by Safetytrousers - 4/16/17 at 12:03pm
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Originally Posted by alucardis666 View Post

What'd you swap to? My CH6 is on the way and now I'm starting to worry/regret my purchase a bit...

Another CH6. It is easily the best Ryzen board on the market right now. Some boards are bad, it happens; no matter which board or what brand you buy. I went to Fry's, exchanged the board for a new one, and bought a second board while I was there. I was up and running same afternoon.
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