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You guys gotta realize also, certain boards won't post with high speeds, 2667, 2933 etc, but once you get into windows, you can set 3200 and runs perfectly fine a majority of the time. If you haven't taken the time to look around the forums and at your motherboard, you'll know that this is a issue with POSTing and stability issues with the IMC itself of Ryzen.

If you already have any current kits that are say CAS 16, it's most likely Hynix BFR, if you get lucky the CAS 14 sets are Samsung B-dies a majority of the time.

Also, not every Mobo manufacture has had time to test every single kit.
post #82 of 89
Its funny the same thing happen to my gigabyte board when i got my I7 i bought 3000 mhz ram and took me 3 update from gigabyte to get past 2993 mhz this all new to them they need more time to get the bios to work better thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by savagebunny View Post

You guys gotta realize also, certain boards won't post with high speeds, 2667, 2933 etc, but once you get into windows, you can set 3200 and runs perfectly fine a majority of the time. If you haven't taken the time to look around the forums and at your motherboard, you'll know that this is a issue with POSTing and stability issues with the IMC itself of Ryzen.

If you already have any current kits that are say CAS 16, it's most likely Hynix BFR, if you get lucky the CAS 14 sets are Samsung B-dies a majority of the time.

Also, not every Mobo manufacture has had time to test every single kit.

This is a separate issue from folks having issues getting their RAM running at advertised clocks and the real issues of their RAM kits at whatever frequencies having some of their modules stop functioning after a reboot, entirely and requiring removal from system to POST and pass Memtest.

I can understand a module or two not posting at 3200 or whatever, but I cannot understand a module from a kit not posting AT ALL when it was working fine before.

Modules becoming unusable in ANY slot despite CMOS resets is not the same as OC issues.
post #84 of 89
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Originally Posted by chew* View Post

Ok thats just bios compatibilty most likely for memory.

I will let them know about both issues.
F3c beta bios takes care of the bclk being out of whack but the memory issue is still there for the F4-3200C14D-GTZ
post #85 of 89
Ok I need to mail them anyway. I will add it in the mail.
post #86 of 89
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Originally Posted by savagebunny View Post

You guys gotta realize also, certain boards won't post with high speeds, 2667, 2933 etc, but once you get into windows, you can set 3200 and runs perfectly fine a majority of the time. If you haven't taken the time to look around the forums and at your motherboard, you'll know that this is a issue with POSTing and stability issues with the IMC itself of Ryzen.

If you already have any current kits that are say CAS 16, it's most likely Hynix BFR, if you get lucky the CAS 14 sets are Samsung B-dies a majority of the time.

Also, not every Mobo manufacture has had time to test every single kit.

Hmm didnt even think about trying to get my memory up in windows, do you recommend ryzen master for this? My overclock is good just want to get my ram up.
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Originally Posted by savagebunny View Post

You guys gotta realize also, certain boards won't post with high speeds, 2667, 2933 etc, but once you get into windows, you can set 3200 and runs perfectly fine a majority of the time. If you haven't taken the time to look around the forums and at your motherboard, you'll know that this is a issue with POSTing and stability issues with the IMC itself of Ryzen.

If you already have any current kits that are say CAS 16, it's most likely Hynix BFR, if you get lucky the CAS 14 sets are Samsung B-dies a majority of the time.

Also, not every Mobo manufacture has had time to test every single kit.

What's the best in Windows ram testing application to verify the integrity of the ram?
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I have used this in the past:-

http://hcidesign.com/memtest/

When my RMA'd RAM returns hope to use this when tweaking.
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This is a separate issue from folks having issues getting their RAM running at advertised clocks and the real issues of their RAM kits at whatever frequencies having some of their modules stop functioning after a reboot, entirely and requiring removal from system to POST and pass Memtest.

I can understand a module or two not posting at 3200 or whatever, but I cannot understand a module from a kit not posting AT ALL when it was working fine before.

Modules becoming unusable in ANY slot despite CMOS resets is not the same as OC issues.

Yeah and to add to the confusion, modules STILL WORK when installed into another system. How incredulously tedious it is to troubleshoot or RMA when things are and are not working depending on the configurations. My CPU, motherboard and RAM all work perfectly. Just not together.
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