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I have that Exact kit in my C6H with a 1700x on bios 1001 and for the life of me cannot get it to run 3200 MHz. Its running great right now at 2666 14-14-14-14-34. Any suggestions? What settings are you running to get those speeds? Ive tried CPU soc at 1.15v and dram at 1.35v. Pretty much everything else in bios is on auto.

First lower your timings and set SoC voltage to 1.2 then save and reboot. Try 22-22-22-22-60 for example.
Then set DRAM and DRAM VBoot to 1.4 and VDDP to 1.2, save and reboot.
Now set memory frequency to 3200, save and reboot.
If it accepts 3200 start tightening the timings one a time starting with the CAS. Enter even numbers only.
Now try lowering the DRAM and DRAM VBoot voltage until you find the minimum voltage needed for the board to train at 3200. Do the same for the SoC and VDDP voltages.

If the board doesn't accept 3200 your other option is to increase the BCLK. At 2666 you will need a BCLK of 120 to get 3200 for example.
If you don't want to overclock the BCLK, try one of the beta bios' found in the OP.
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Who recognized that the amd chipset driver is not installing SATA an Usb driver. They stay stock with Microsoft driver.
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Who recognized that the amd chipset driver is not installing SATA an Usb driver. They stay stock with Microsoft driver.

Not sure why the installer doesn't install AMD's SATA drivers but I never had any issue with the ones from Microsoft.
Anyway, you can manually install the AMD driver through Device Manager, just extract the drivers' exe file using 7zip and point Device Manager to it.

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Not sure why the installer doesn't install AMD's SATA drivers but I never had any issue with the ones from Microsoft.
Anyway, you can manually install the AMD driver through Device Manager, just extract the drivers' exe file using 7zip and point Device Manager to it.

Can you help me with that?

Point it to the folder Chipset\Packages\Drivers\SBDrv\SB7xx\RAID\W764A or ???

My USB Controller shows
AsMedia extensible Host Controller (1.0) Microsoft is that right?
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Originally Posted by Phoenix85 View Post

Not sure why the installer doesn't install AMD's SATA drivers but I never had any issue with the ones from Microsoft.
Anyway, you can manually install the AMD driver through Device Manager, just extract the drivers' exe file using 7zip and point Device Manager to it.

Can you help me with that?

Point it to the folder Chipset\Packages\Drivers\SBDrv\SB7xx\RAID\W764A or ???

My USB Controller shows
AsMedia extensible Host Controller (1.0) Microsoft is that right?

It's better if you just run the installer. Only do manual installs if the installer doesn't install everything it's supposed to or if you want to force a specific driver version.
The Microsoft SATA driver works just fine.

If you want updated ASMedia USB drivers look here: http://www.station-drivers.com/index.php?option=com_remository&func=select&id=19&orderby=2&page=3&lang=en
The ones on ASUS' website are version 1.16.38.1.
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Moar info, I individually probed all MLCC's:

Red: VCORE
Green: VSOC
Blue: IMC/DRAM? Read 1.35V
Yellow: PLL? Read 1.8xxV
Purple: VDDP? Read 0.892V
Light Blue: Couldn't definitively figure out

Any that I didn't cover in this picture, I didn't have the balls to try to get my probes in there to get a measurement.


Where are you grounding your DMM? Got some weird readings yesterday and I'm thinking I might not have grounded properly. Should each probe be on each side of the MLCC?
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Where are you grounding your DMM? Got some weird readings yesterday and I'm thinking I might not have grounded properly.
You simply place the probes on each side of the resistor. If you get a funny reading just switch the probes around.
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After the data corruption issues due to 3600+ ram oc, I did a complete Win10 reinstall.

After all driver and update installations, I manually tirggered the creators update to be completely up to date. After the cu installer was done, the system rebooted and then got stuck in postcode 8. ***

Rebooted again, still postcode 8. Ok, so booted into safe mode, rolled back the update, reboot, check for Windows update, retry creators update. After the installer is done, system reboots and gets postcode 8 again. W T F Rolled back again.

Anyone else seeing this? Running a Samsumg SM951 as boot drive.
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I'm repeating myself, but I was ready to RMA too, until I tried this.

"I have some news on the Aura issue. I had tried uninstalling with control panel, and with CCleaner, and then cleaning the registry with the same program, but no success. In googling around on uninstalling Aura, I found a program called "Advanced Uninstaller PRO 12". I installed it, ran an uninstall of Aura 1.04.26 and a registry clean with the program. It did seem to find more files and references to fix. I then ran an install of Aura 1.04.29. It went a bit wonky and brought up the damn Doctor Dump thing, but then did install. I was not optimistic, but tried a startup of Aura and what do you know, it opened, showed the G.Skill RGB! I ran the calibration thing, and tried out some effects and now it all seems to work. I rebooted and opened it again, and still works. Some may be solved!"

So I would try uninstalling Aura with the "Advanced Uninstaller PRO 12".
Reboot after.
Install Aura 1.04.29.

See if it is a solve for you.

Tried above, Auro crashed within a half second after reinstallation after reboot. Removed again with Advanced Uninstaller, rebooted and now Aura hangs at 4% when trying to install (did this multiple times). I've never seen a program not install after it installed before several times - not sure what to do now.
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