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Ryzen platform automatically sets CAS to even as it doesn't support odd CAS at the moment so setting to 15 will automatically change to 16.

I believe Samsung B DIMMs will run at 3200, which that CL16 3600 RAM is. Since he's not running 3600 (not support yet until May/June), then he's running tighter timings.

I might try SOC voltage but I don't believe I'll be able to run over 2933 at the moment with my Hynix TridentZ.

My one is a HyperX HX432C16PB3K2/16 which boots up @3200, but eventually it fails in stability tests. It looks it uses Hynix modules. I already tried increase all the voltage in the BIOS to the edge, also all the possible timing combination, but haven't found a combination which makes it stable on the mentioned tests. On 2933 with CL16 it is rock solid, on 3200@CL16 out of the box it doesn't POST, with higher SOC voltage it POSTs but it is unstable. Do you think this is a BIOS timing issue which will be eventually fixed? Or what else should I try to make it stable on 3200?
Edited by chriss745 - 4/3/17 at 7:27am
post #22 of 86
Anyone running Corsair cmk16gx4m2b3000c15 @2933mhz?
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My one is a HyperX HX432C16PB3K2/16 which boots up @3200, but eventually it fails in stability tests. It looks it uses Hynix modules. I already tried increase all the voltage in the BIOS to the edge, also all the possible timing combination, but haven't found a combination which makes it stable on the mentioned tests. On 2933 with CL16 it is rock solid, on 3200@CL16 out of the box it doesn't POST, with higher SOC voltage it POSTs but it is unstable. Do you think this is a BIOS timing issue which will be eventually fixed? Or what else should I try to make it stable on 3200?

From what I've seen, the only RAM that is stable at 3200 right now is single rank 2x8Gb DIMMs with Samsung B chips. I would be happy you're getting 2933 stable at the moment. I have no idea if this situation will change, likely we'll see better memory support as time goes on (it's only been 1 month remember) and AMD are releasing new AGESA code in My for memory support.
post #24 of 86
I was able to get Crucial elite 2666 16-17-17-36 CR2 effortless to 2993MHz 14-14-14-34 CR1, 1.36V. On the other hand the Vdroop is gigantic and there is no P-state OC which makes this board somehow expensive and not on par with other boards at the same price point.





Frequency vs Vdroop - OCCT


Edited by virpz - 4/5/17 at 8:21pm
post #25 of 86
Also leds on my board have died. Oh boy...
post #26 of 86
My leds have also died.
@virpz do you have anything on the rgb header?
I'm trying to pin point my fault?
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Also leds on my board have died. Oh boy...
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My leds have also died.
@virpz do you have anything on the rgb header?
I'm trying to pin point my fault?
*Shrugs* Mine still work but honestly I don't care much for them, they are supposed to be good for so many thousand hours though.
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Also leds on my board have died. Oh boy...

Now you can send the board to warranty service after 2 1/2 years and get a new one smile.gif
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post #29 of 86
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My leds have also died.
@virpz do you have anything on the rgb header?
I'm trying to pin point my fault?
Never used any RGB reader, In fact I had the RGB disabled and now it doesn't work anymore.
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*Shrugs* Mine still work but honestly I don't care much for them, they are supposed to be good for so many thousand hours though.
I had them off too. Yes, the problem is that the board is a less than a month old and stuff is dying already.


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Now you can send the board to warranty service after 2 1/2 years and get a new one smile.gif

I don't know, maybe it's time to switch brands. Asus really pissed me off with two expensive X99 boards already.
Edited by virpz - 4/9/17 at 6:06am
post #30 of 86
Now i know. I had a RGB stip and i was worried the stip killed it.
I'm wondering if the newest BIOS killed it.
No base clock adjustment and the first bios didn't support the only chip you'd buy the board for so it was dead right out of the box.
Now the led's are dead....

And my southbridge is way too hot.
It was getting close to 70c the other day.

My ram is still stuck at 2133 after the latest bios update i was able to get 2400 until the controller on my watercooler died, leds died and the fans all went mental.

I've got a feeling ASUS are not the only ones having problems.

AMD didn't leave enough time for it's partners to develop the boards.
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