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Is that a new or old PSU?

Mine is a Corsair RM850 - I think probably 2 years old..
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Ok. Mine is over 6 years old. I might just replace it now. Thanks!
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You aren't going to have any more luck with the CH6 with 64GB. There are no entries of success with that configuration yet.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1628751/official-amd-ryzen-ddr4-24-7-memory-stability-thread

Take a look at the 64GB tab in the table. Empty. The best bet would have been to stick with the Prime with 0604 BIOS, set ProcODT to 48 or 53.3 ohms and make sure you use a manual entry for VTTDDR, 1/2 VDIMM voltage since the Auto setting does not set it correctly.
post #434 of 735
I guess I'm happy with 2666.

On one hand a lot of people is trying to push RAM to the max as if it THAT important, based on the infinity fabric thing.

But in practice even the difference between 2133 and 3200 isn't really groundbreaking, so at 2666 is all good. My machine is mainly for realtime audio, and in that regard is killing it compared to my old 3770k at 4.6Ghz.

If ASUS allows better speeds in the future is a good plus, but nothing that will give me a lot more performance.
Edited by SaccoSVD - 4/29/17 at 4:45pm
post #435 of 735
Hello everyone!

My Asus Prime X370-Pro seems to work correctly except that the USB2 port on the motherboard (those for front panel or bracket) dont work at ALL...I'ved try everything in the bios,drivers wont change nothing because in the bios anything on usb2 is not working.They where working the first days then no more...I'ved even try a clear CMOS.I'm on the last bios.mad.gif
post #436 of 735
Unless you have something plugged into a PCIe slot that is screwing with the shared IRQ, then if it worked at first, then not, likely that the port and motherboard has gone duff. Have you tried plugging in what is working on USB1 port into USB2 port in troubleshooting? I'm using both USB 2.0 motherboard ports on my Prime for the Corsair Link connections to the HX1000i and H110i. No issues so far.
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cant get my board to post anymore. I was updating the bios and when I went back it was off.
hasnt posted ever since.

I shorted the clear cmos pins
removed the battery
rebooted several times
stucka usb drive in the with the bios file 0604

im at an impass.
post #438 of 735
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cant get my board to post anymore. I was updating the bios and when I went back it was off.
hasnt posted ever since.

I shorted the clear cmos pins
removed the battery
rebooted several times
stucka usb drive in the with the bios file 0604

im at an impass.

Does the BIOS file in your USB stick have the right name?

It should be "X370PRO.CAP". Otherwise the MOBO will not attempt reading it.

Hope you get it working again mate frown.gif
Edited by SaccoSVD - 4/29/17 at 4:44pm
post #439 of 735
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Does the BIOS file in your USB stick have the right name?

It should be "X370PRO.CAP". Otherwise the MOBO will not attempt reading it.

Hope you get it working again mate frown.gif

not going to work, afaik. i bricked mine once, even the old bios from support CD doesnt works.
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not going to work, afaik. i bricked mine once, even the old bios from support CD doesnt works.

Mmm i read aroud here that the only bios working for crashfree is 0510 beta but didnt find anywhere...
Edited by iNeri - 4/29/17 at 10:48pm
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