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post #2251 of 2664 (permalink) Old 03-10-2019, 10:33 AM
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So im on the verge of giving up and thought i might give a 16gb kit that i have one last chance before im selling it. I purchased a 2x8gb g.skill trident z f43200c16d16gtzb for a great price. According to what i read its a samsung e-die, dual ranked (even though RTC reads it as single rank. Strange). For the life of me , i can't get it to work at 3200 with T1...only 2. It also has boot holes where itll refuse to post at lower speeds but itll post at 3200 (not stable though). I tried different tweaks according to the ryzen memory calculator...also voltage up to 1.48v. Nothing. I really don't wanna sell this kit, but so far I'm getting better results with my 2666 micron b die kit 😕. Any insight? Ryzen 5 1600, msi b350 gaming plus (yeah, its ****). Not the latest bios, but maybe from 2 months ago
binder, do yourself a favor and sell that. Get yourself the G.Skill FlareX 3200 Cl14. Once those arrive, sell that 2666.
Damn it . Exactly the answer i was afraid off 🤣. I guess there's no other way...god damn it ryzen. If only the samsung b dies weren't expensive af 😕
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Damn it . Exactly the answer i was afraid off 🤣. I guess there's no other way...god damn it ryzen. If only the samsung b dies weren't expensive af 😕
Sorry mate. I have two sets of 3200 speeds - FlareX and Ripjaws. The Flare is 50$ more but has no drama. Runs at 3200 DOCP in both my B350 and X470 boards. The Ripjaws will but needs the calculator.

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I can run my 2600 w/ 3600 CL17 Kingston B-dies at 3.30 GHz no issue, barring showing CL18 in CPU-z (mobo page) despite being CL17 per XMP and manual override.

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Do advise on how to proceed. The 3600 ran at CL17 with my 6600k with a mild SA boost.

As herericc mentioned first lower Soc (I'd start with 1.0v, maybe less) 1.2v is the recommended max.

Be sure to verify GearDownMode is Enabled in Bios to allow use of odd number Cas value. @binder87 this is my everyday with Flare-X.
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Damn it . Exactly the answer i was afraid off 🤣. I guess there's no other way...god damn it ryzen. If only the samsung b dies weren't expensive af 😕
Sorry mate. I have two sets of 3200 speeds - FlareX and Ripjaws. The Flare is 50$ more but has no drama. Runs at 3200 DOCP in both my B350 and X470 boards. The Ripjaws will but needs the calculator.
I wish the calculator was my solution. Unfortunately nothing from the suggested tweaks there helps. As soon as i set it to 3200 and 1T, ill get blue screen pretty fast while in windows. Its ok at 2T with obscure timings but its crap. My 2666 micron b die with tight subtimings will beat it performance wise, so its very frustrating. I would settle for 3000ish, but it doesn't even post at 2933-3000ish.
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As herericc mentioned first lower Soc (I'd start with 1.0v, maybe less) 1.2v is the recommended max.

Be sure to verify GearDownMode is Enabled in Bios to allow use of odd number Cas value. @binder87 this is my everyday with Flare-X.

To clarify: setting GDM to Enabled will allow you to POST if you use an odd numbered CL because the system will simply change it to even if there is any instability with the odd numbered value you input. If you want to try to force an odd numbered CL then you need GDM disabled, but it may not POST.

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The odd/even cl is not an issue....its just not stable even with even numbered cl . I lost hope.
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