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Tdie is the right one I believe. After BIOS 0604 both Ryzen master and HWMon's Tdie have the same values. Ryzen master was reporting +20deg before BIOS 0604.

My RAM was running at 2T before BIOS 0604 and somehow, I assume because the new AGESA code, it runs now at 1T which is great.
post #272 of 871
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Originally Posted by magnusavr View Post

I can report that 16GB (2x8GB) G.Skill Flare X 3200 works with this motherboard (0604 bios) at 3200 MHz 14-14-14-34 1.35v smile.gif Just had to put soc to 1.0v. This is with at 1700x.

Can you cold boot (boot from powered off) with these settings? I have a similar kit (Trident Z 2x8GB 3200CL14) and the system is completely stable after it boots but it enters a boot loop cycle that ends in the Overclock Failed screen when first turning on the PC.

This post on Reddit seems to cover the culprit:
https://www.reddit.com/r/Amd/comments/64wxqi/asus_prime_x370_lack_of_dram_training_voltageboot/
post #273 of 871
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I can report that 16GB (2x8GB) G.Skill Flare X 3200 works with this motherboard (0604 bios) at 3200 MHz 14-14-14-34 1.35v smile.gif Just had to put soc to 1.0v. This is with at 1700x.

I have a similar kit Trident Z RGB with the same timings and a 1700x with the same mobo and Bios and I can't even post with those timings and soc set to 1.0.... Still stuck at 2933
post #274 of 871
So I was stress testing my 1800x with realbench and about 80 minutes in looked at the cpu temp and it said -73.0 and the fans were spinning at 400 rpm (NHD15). I checked it about 10 minutes before that aswell so i know it wasnt like that for over than 10 minutes but if i didn't check it it could've damaged my cpu! The heatsink was hot aswell. I could touch it but it was quite hot. just about under 50 degrees i would say. Dont know what the actual cpu temp was of course. When i restarted and entered bios it was showing 60 but could've been way higher when it was under load. I've never had this issue before. The only thing I done different was logging on hwinfo. Maybe this caused the problem?

EDIT: Just checked the log and it was like that for 11 mins. Max Tdie temp was 78 so cpu is fine. Was increasing by 1 degree every 15-25 seconds.
Edited by TH558 - 4/19/17 at 8:58am
post #275 of 871
I am wondering about something but, ultimately, it is what it most like is. smile.gif I have recently installed an M.2 Sata 250GB Western Digital Blue SSD. (I have the Asus Prime X370 Pro.) I cloned my system over to it from the Sandisk Ultra II 480 GB SSD and for some reason, everything feels even smoother and faster than before. Mind you, when I run ADSSD benchmark program, it shows the Sandisk as being faster but, I still feel it is faster when using the M.2 slot with the WD SSD.

Any ideas? I do not believe it is a placebo effect though but it just seems strange. Maybe it is the controller on the M.2 Sata SSD that Western Digital is using?
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Sata m.2 will still only run as fast as sata III speeds. I have a NVMe m.2 Samsung SSD and it is blazingly fast, as it is able to run off of the PCIe lanes instead of using sata.
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Sata m.2 will still only run as fast as sata III speeds. I have a NVMe m.2 Samsung SSD and it is blazingly fast, as it is able to run off of the PCIe lanes instead of using sata.

Yes but, that does no answer my question, if there really is an answer, of course. I do this stuff or a living, probably just as you do, and after I cloned to the M.2 Sata SSD, things ran noticeably smoother and faster. smile.gif No, it is not a placebo effect, I can definitely observe it.
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If you want to answer your question why don't you just run some benchmarks?
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I have the same issue. I have the G.Skill TridentZ 3600 CL16 16 GB kit and it will run with no issues at 3200 CL16. But when I drop the CAS to 14, it will not survive a cold boot. It will boot all day long with a warm boot and maintain the CL14 clocks, but as soon as I turn off the system to install a new component or fiddle about, the system will go through the training boot beeps and drop me finally into the BIOS at defaults. I've tried upping the Vdimm to 1.38 and the VSoC is already at 1.10V from the 3.85 Ghz overclock, but the CL14 CAS will not survive a cold boot. No harm, no foul as I simply reload from saved settings, but a nuisance. I have pinned my spec aspirations on the May update.
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Even after updating to the 604 bios I can't get my Corsair Vengeance LPX 3000 to run any faster than 2666, has anyone else any luck with this kit: CMK16GX4M2B3000C15

Hi,

Very late reply but if you see this - I have the same kit, got it working 2933 14-17-17-35. If I try the rated speeds (15-17-17-35) it actually boots with CL16, annoyingly.

Sadly, It only boots from time to time, like other mentions around here for the cold boot issue. But when it does, 2933 is CL14 is stable.

I've tried bot the latest BIOS (0604) and the previous one (0515), pretty much the same results. It's very annoying as it's so smooth when it does run at 2933 CL14.

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