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Ok got 64GB TridentZ b-die stable @ 3200MHz....all that was needed was a slight bump in vcore.....3333MHz is however a no go at this point.
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Originally Posted by alexandrebr View Post

Attempts may mean memory training. Were you running the system with default settings when failsafe values were automatically applied? If I'm not making a mistake, values are reverted to default when oc fails.

Anyway, load optimized defaults, save and exit, enter the bios again and, for FlareX, you may use these settings (voltage: 1.35):


Ryzen Master may apply certain oc settings but that doesn't mean it's stable. If, @default and using the indicated settings for RAM, your system is working as expected, you may try increase cpu clock/voltage. I suggest starting by watching this video to get used to UEFI options:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7uh82U6ZihM

After that you can follow any tutorial found @YT.

Thankyou, I'll try tweaking the memory as you suggest.
For testing I had loaded defaults and setting xmp mode at 3200mhz. Windows and hours of prime and realbench were ok but it freaked at the cold boot.

A friend had similar issues with his rog and resolved it by increasing soc voltage, would that be worth testing?

CPU oc is under contract now, I had to go the pstate method. I'll sort the ram out then push the CPU a bit harder.

Thankyou
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Originally Posted by barbz127 View Post

Thankyou, I'll try tweaking the memory as you suggest.
For testing I had loaded defaults and setting xmp mode at 3200mhz. Windows and hours of prime and realbench were ok but it freaked at the cold boot.

A friend had similar issues with his rog and resolved it by increasing soc voltage, would that be worth testing?

CPU oc is under contract now, I had to go the pstate method. I'll sort the ram out then push the CPU a bit harder.

Thankyou

At first make sure RAM is stable. I'd use the indicated values before increasing SoC voltage; I mean, auto is enough just to test ram OC/timings.

EDIT: e.g., I'm waiting my Taichi but using my current MB, GB AB350 Gaming 3, XMP used to give me memory training from time to time; the difference here consists of not loading failsafe values (system would finally boot @3200). After using manual timings/settings/voltage, training never happened again.
Edited by alexandrebr - 11/10/17 at 4:04pm
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BLAH! spoke too soon, intermittent mini black screen when changing pages on internet - flashes black then the page comes up rolleyes.gif......faaaaaark more investigating redface.gif
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@Korrektor - Thank you for the help. As of now, I reset the BIOS and re-sit the CPU and cooler. Temps are reading 96c-ish on 3.13 Ghz. Same reading with Ryzen Master and HWMonitor. The settings are set at default (After CMOS).

Some observations, Nothing is hot: CPU cooler, air around CPU, cooler radiator and air blowing out of the radiator.

My cooler is ID-Cooling Frostflow.

Yes, problem still persists. Is there anything else I could try?
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@carinae
If this is watercooler unit, maybe your waterpump failed, or you can confirm it is working properly?
Dual section AIO water should me more than enough even for the OC. If you're getting that high temps even on stock settings for me it sounds like failed pump or just faulty CPU unit but in fact I haven't heard about similar cases. Also check if your cooler tubing is not overbended
Edited by Korrektor - 11/10/17 at 8:51pm
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I'm sorry youre getting 96C ? Am I understanding that right?

Are you SURE you have the cooler seated right? You didn't use peanut butter instead of paste, right? tongue.gif If you are korrektor is 100% right its either a fault cooler or a faulty chip. That almost makes me want to go to my empire quote of "THAT'S NOT TRUE, THAT'SIMPOSSIBLE!"
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Originally Posted by barbz127 View Post

Thankyou, I'll try tweaking the memory as you suggest.
For testing I had loaded defaults and setting xmp mode at 3200mhz. Windows and hours of prime and realbench were ok but it freaked at the cold boot.

A friend had similar issues with his rog and resolved it by increasing soc voltage, would that be worth testing?

CPU oc is under contract now, I had to go the pstate method. I'll sort the ram out then push the CPU a bit harder.

Thankyou

No luck after loading those settings or all the ones that I could find.

No luck wither resetting bios, enabling xmp with 3200 and a higher soc.

Can boot cold with xmp down clocked to 2800mhz

Open to all help.

Thank you
Edited by barbz127 - 11/11/17 at 4:35am
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Originally Posted by alexandrebr View Post

I would start by setting standard memory clock instead of "XMP". After that, you can try cpu clock/voltage adjustments until it's possible to determine its limits. When you reach the desired cpu clock, you can raise the RAM clock, preferably setting timings manually. If system starts failing (no boot/crash/bsod), you can tweak RAM voltage, timings, ProcODT, etc.
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With 3200RAM, I'd also do:
LLC3/SOC LLC3
VSoC 1.025-1.05
DRAM up to 1.4V
VDDP 0.85VI
PLL 1.75V
1.05Prom 1.03V

I'd start with RAM overclock. Stabilizing that first, preferably using tightened The Stilt timings, leaving it overnight in HCI.
Then doing a CPU overclock upping Vcore and testing stability.
As long as you got RAM OC down first, it should be easomy to stabilize the CPU.


OK so I've done all this RAM is at 3333MHz, I've used the settings that people are posting for the G-Skillz 3200 RAM. The CPU speed will go to 3800. If I go higher it simply won't boot at all into BIOS and I have to reset. I find this a bit odd. Went to 1.275V to reach 3800. I've gone to 1.35 trying to get to 3900 but it hasn't worked. Should I go higher? Not sure what to do next. It is completely stable at 3800.
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Originally Posted by barbz127 View Post

No luck after loading those settings or all the ones that I could find.

No luck wither resetting bios, enabling xmp with 3200 and a higher soc.

Can boot cold with xmp down clocked to 2800mhz

Open to all help.

Thank you

Turn off your system, remove battery for 5 minutes, put it back, install only 1 RAM stick and try again. Run a memory test and check if errors occur. After that test the other stick. FlareX uses B-Die and is supposed to work even with higher clock.
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OK so I've done all this RAM is at 3333MHz, I've used the settings that people are posting for the G-Skillz 3200 RAM. The CPU speed will go to 3800. If I go higher it simply won't boot at all into BIOS and I have to reset. I find this a bit odd. Went to 1.275V to reach 3800. I've gone to 1.35 trying to get to 3900 but it hasn't worked. Should I go higher? Not sure what to do next. It is completely stable at 3800.

Silicon lottery.
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