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post #11 of 22
Got a HOF 3600C17 and it's fully stable at 2933C14.
3200C14 (14-14-14-14-36) DOCP runs well but i got some memory erros on memtest.
Losing timings didn't help and 3200 fully stable seems impossible.
At 3200, if i don't use the DOCP mode, the systemn won't even post.
BIOS needs more polish for sure.
post #12 of 22
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Well seems as though youre getting more luck than i am. My system will not post just from changing my frequency 2400-2666. Docp on or off, voltages up or left on auto. Its like it hits a wall at anything over 2400mhz. Im really hoping the next BIOS update will allow me to use the full 3400mhz. Or at the very least, allow me to run my system fine at 3200.
post #13 of 22

I don't see why you would, but you're not loading the profiles from XMP are you?

 

Also, try bumping the SOC voltage to 1.2-1.25V (should be 1.1V default). Gigabyte suggested this as a way to improve memory stability and people seem to find relatively high levels of success.

   
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post #14 of 22
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I don't see why you would, but you're not loading the profiles from XMP are you?

Also, try bumping the SOC voltage to 1.2-1.25V (should be 1.1V default). Gigabyte suggested this as a way to improve memory stability and people seem to find relatively high levels of success.

Ive tried both on or off and neither seem to do anything. Soc voltage does nothing, had it up to 1.10 didnt change a thing, not game to go higher at this point. Default is .822 with an auto offset of +.100 by the looks of it as ive seen it jump to .922 at most on Auto.

Just saw a post on reddit about a new Bios update for d/l 0604 for this board, havent tried it yet as its most likely a beta. Wonder if anyone has tried it yet?
post #15 of 22

0.822V? That seems super super low.

 

Everyone testing overclock capabilities and such had it at around 1.2V for best stability - again, 1.1V is what Gigabyte uses as a default value on stable BIOSes.

   
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post #16 of 22
I use 1.025v on the VSOC myself.
2933C14 woks really well, even with the new 0604 BIOS, but 3200 still give errors.
I tried 1.15v, 1.20v and 1.25v on the VSOC and it still doesn't work.
post #17 of 22
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So ive just updated my bios to 0604 and everything is still very much the same in relation to memory overclocking except now i can POST at 2666 where as before i couldnt, it wont boot it freezes at the windows logo so im forced to restart, and the only way to get back into the bios is pull the cmos battery out then put it back in, then its fine. I tried ryzen master to get my memory clock further than 2400 with better luck surprisingly, it booted at 2666 got to my desktop then froze. So ive gone back to 2400mhz as its too much of a hassle to get it to run at anything faster. Still waiting for it to be fixed though.

On a good note, performance has gone up a little thanks to the updated AGESA code. So im happy about that thumb.gif
post #18 of 22
Apparently if I use the 3200 DOCP profile the SOC voltage automatically bumps up to 1.1 from 0.9xx
post #19 of 22
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Ok so i managed to get a hold of single rank, Samsung B die based Trident Z sticks specifically F4-3733C17D-16GTZA (2x8gb) and installed them. I can report it worked instantly at 2933mhz timings 14-14-14-14-34, at this point in time it wont post at 3200 with the same or much looser timings (i tried up to CAS18), voltage adjustments make no difference either. Im sure with the upcoming AGESA release that will be fixed. There should actually be more choices in the frequency list in the bios OVER 3200 that people can just select and use instead of having to buy a CH6 and using BCLK to get frequency up. Im hoping that will be addressed in future bios update. Other than that, the system is solid at 2933.
post #20 of 22
Using the CL14 Trident Z RGB here, have had no luck with DOCP profiles or manually setting timings. I can get to 2933 but any higher and it will not post. Bios 0604
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