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Trying to decide what 2x8GB DDR4 would be best for Ryzen 1600 + Asus ROG Strix B350-F Gaming. Would you say that getting samsung b-die kits like for example G.Skill Trident Z RGB F4-3200C14D-16GTZR or RipJaws V Series F4-3200C14D-16GVK would be the best choice to avoid any compatibility issue? I heard this mobo is a bit picky when it comes to RAM and I'd rather spend something more and getting my RAM to run at 3200mhz without too much hassle. Thank you!
Edited by andreamit - 10/18/17 at 8:05am
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Same, I've used all the switching frequency settings for awhile now... though I haven't gone above 400kHz switching freq on any of those.

I dropped back to 400mhz and noticed a snappier more accurate mouse. Didn't notice any change when I first switched to 450mhz so the change must have been gradual.
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I used to use the 32GB (2x16GB) kit of that RAM, but this was well before AGESA 1006 released, allowing many to achieve the higher speeds. AFAIK, you’re looking at a 2T command rate with higher speeds that aren’t sammy-B’s? I have since switched to those Samsung B-die just to be safe.
thanx a lot. I set auto and boost to cpu and disable xmp then pick memory try as 2933 mhz. Everything is fine now i should try the system over ac sydicaye And gr wildlands

Edit both sydicate and wildlands games throw me away smile.gif windows was locked. Just back to 2133. maybe i should disable auto boost to cpu frown.gif

I am waiting for corsair and tomahawk users bios pictures
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Um silicon lottery explicitly states they do not bin imc. Just core clock with memory @ defaults.

Welp, at this point, I think I can blame the motherboard. I picked up an Asrock taichi board when it was on sale at newegg. Thus far, all my BSOD problems went away. Setting 3333 with no other changes (other than 1.35v dram) = instantly POST and no problems. Asrock board also has POST beep and allow delaying of POST screen, 2 of my little nitpicks with the MSI board. Also seems to have a LOT more options exposed.

So yeah, the Asrock board definitely an improvement over the MSI one. I gave MSI lots of chances since X79 (2 chances on X99 and one on X399) and they all fell short. So I'm back on track to getting some fine speeds out of this system.

Unrelated to RAM, it seems the asrock board also respects disabling some of the thermal/power settings. I'm able to push the chip with MUCH more current (thus heat) and it simply refuses to freeze/turn off. Testing 4250MHz on all cores!
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Maskymus--1700@stock---3333MHz-C14-14-14-34-2T---1.4v---SOC 1.1v---ProcODT 53.3---Asus CH6 BIOS 1701---HCI 1000%---F4-3200C14Q-32GTZ (4x8Gb) results (Click to show)


tried 3466 with cas14 and cas15 - no stability in memtest with 1T (at any voltage), passed 1 hour GSAT with cas15.
3333 14-14-14-34-1T failed around 300%.

question: should I push more frequency with 2T or try to get something stable at 3333 CR-1T?
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Welp, at this point, I think I can blame the motherboard. I picked up an Asrock taichi board when it was on sale at newegg. Thus far, all my BSOD problems went away. Setting 3333 with no other changes (other than 1.35v dram) = instantly POST and no problems. Asrock board also has POST beep and allow delaying of POST screen, 2 of my little nitpicks with the MSI board. Also seems to have a LOT more options exposed.

So yeah, the Asrock board definitely an improvement over the MSI one. I gave MSI lots of chances since X79 (2 chances on X99 and one on X399) and they all fell short. So I'm back on track to getting some fine speeds out of this system.

Unrelated to RAM, it seems the asrock board also respects disabling some of the thermal/power settings. I'm able to push the chip with MUCH more current (thus heat) and it simply refuses to freeze/turn off. Testing 4250MHz on all cores!

Don't say that I have bought a dud going for MSI frown.gif

To be fair it seems OK for me but I do wonder if I would have got better results from another board.

I'll be interested to know, how much further you managed to push things, everything is coming out of mine soon to do some case drilling so it could be an opportune time to switch. Though my luck with hardware suggests I should leave a working system alone biggrin.gif
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Don't say that I have bought a dud going for MSI frown.gif

To be fair it seems OK for me but I do wonder if I would have got better results from another board.

I'll be interested to know, how much further you managed to push things, everything is coming out of mine soon to do some case drilling so it could be an opportune time to switch. Though my luck with hardware suggests I should leave a working system alone biggrin.gif

MSI board I would get BSOD's from 3066 upwards. 3333 uncommonly did not POST but could get into OS and use it (until BSOD). 3466 would get stuck on POST sequence, sometimes be able to get into UEFI, but no further.

This Asrock board, well... It's very promising. I had a few MEMORY_MANAGEMENT errors early on. Some preliminary settings changed, I can reliably get into OS @ 3600 Ram speed. Haven't had a POST fail yet with tweaks. I'll likely be settling on 3466 or 3333.
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Definitely had some cold boot issues at 3466 so settled on 3333, but it's been rock solid, never had a blue screen at those speeds, only when trying CL12 on the RAM.

That you are still having memory issue might suggest you have a problem with the RAM or it settings still despite better progress.
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I was stable for 6 hours on memtest86, however was getting Large FFT fatal errors in prime 95. I thought it was related to my CPU OC but I dialed back the RAM from 3333 to 3200 and the large FFT errors are gone. Just wanted to let you guys know that instability might be exposed in these different ways too.
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Just reiterating my new asrock board is great to work with so far. Only thing I havent seen on it is Spread Spectrum, and the ability to disable Bluetooth. Some of the other options are buried inside 4 folders, like the VDDP_CLDO (though dont think I'll need it so far).

Been running HCI to try to squish random detected memory errors here and there. Changed lots of voltages and loosened timings to no effect until I got to ProcODT. Seems the default is 68.6 ohms since it had identical error behavior. Once I set it down to 60 Ohms, I stopped seeing errors in the first 5% of coverage. Currently on 30% of 28 x 2GB instances @ 3466, which is far better than anything I've gotten prior.

BTW, has anyone had issues with slow screen repainting with their threadripper systems? Not during RAM testing, but just regular use. I use HWInfo64 to monitor sensors and unless I expand the sensors window so there is no scrolling needing, it spends a vast majority of the time repainting the list of sensors. HWInfo64 seems to be the worst of the munch, but anything else that has a lot of individual text fields and buttons has a noticeably slow draw time.
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