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post #171 of 796
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Originally Posted by SaccoSVD View Post

Hi fellas. First post here.

I have a:

- PRIME X370-PRO with BIOS 0515
- Ryzen 1800x
- 64GB Corsair Vengeance LED part number CMU64GX4M4C3000C15

Can anyone explain to me why I shouldn't be able to run my 4 sticks RAM kit at 2933? What is the technical background for that?

I can run it at 2400mhz but no matter the timings or SOC voltage I can't run this RAM at 2933

Tried with the loosened latencies the BIOS permits, nothing. Not even 2600

SOC at 1.1v
VRM:

VDDCR CPU = Extreme
VDDCR SOC power phase = Extreme
VDDCR CPU switch freq = Auto
Spread spectrum = OFF
VDDCR SOC freq = Auto
Load line = Level 2
CPU current capability = 110
VDDR SOC load line = Level 2
VDDCR SOC current = 100%

Any ideas?

Thank you in advance.

Same memory and can't pass 2400 with DOCP
post #172 of 796
I don't know. There must be some sort of problem with overclocking beyond Auto then that prevents downvolting in your case. It would be nice if *Stilt or *Elmor would chime in and offer some advice or change our knowledge of how Ryzen works...... or at least is SUPPOSED to work.
post #173 of 796
Does anyone want to try an experiment that might cause some temporary inconvenience? I just had something unexpected happen with my Prime. I attempted to turn off the onboard LAN on the motherboard. I figured there was no reason for it be on since I was using a wireless PCIe card and not a hard wired LAN connection. I configured it off in the BIOS and saved the configuration into one of my profiles and F10 saved. The system rebooted but took a very long, very long time to give me the single POST beep. The system then hung at the ASUS F2 or DEL screen. No amount of key presses on either F2 or DEL would allow me to reenter the BIOS and it would not go past that screen. I powered off the system several times. pressed the Reset button and even unplugged the computer from AC for 15 minutes. Nothing I could do would cause the computer to get past the first ASUS splash screen to either enter the BIOS or proceed to enter the operating system. I finally had to CLR the BIOS to get into the BIOS and turn the onboard LAN back on. The system then booted normally just as it always has.

So does anyone want to try doing the same and see if they have the same issue? If it hangs like mine, you will have to CLR the BIOS to get back into the BIOS to turn the LAN back on. I would like to know if this is a real BUG with the motherboard or just some fluke of my system.
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post #175 of 796
Thanks for sharing !




BIOS 0515



BIOS 0604



Latency is better but still got problems with 3200MHz working fully properly (HOF 3600C17).
2933C14 (0515) works perfectly though. I will try with he 0604 if it's the same.
post #176 of 796
Does the latest bios have the new AGESA code?

EDIT: Yes my bad, I'm blind tongue.gif
Edited by druni - 4/10/17 at 5:20am
post #177 of 796
Yes. It's in the second picture, 1.0.0.4a
post #178 of 796
bricked mine while updating bios via ai suite frown.gif

i waited for 15 mins but the progress bar stuck on 50%. force closed the aisuite and restart, no GUI.. logout and login back, still the same.. restart and... no post frown.gif

gotta RMA tomorrow frown.gif
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Isn't there a way to re-try the flash if it's on a USB? Or is that only for the Crosshair?

BTW I am able to run 2666 RAM now. I was stuck at 2400 before on the 0515 BIOS.
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Isn't there a way to re-try the flash if it's on a USB? Or is that only for the Crosshair?

BTW I am able to run 2666 RAM now. I was stuck at 2400 before on the 0515 BIOS.

crosshair only, unfortunately.. crashfree bios didnt work on me
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