Originally Posted by Oversemper
I have v.4.32 revision. The v.4.31 was confirmed to be a good b-die in a lot of threads, but 4.32 looks like most unstable bins or Thaiphoon Burner does not recognize them correctly.
Is your motherboard manufacturer ASUS? Clicking your sig, it seems so.
Your RAM kit version (4.32) is nowhere to be found in the ASUS QVL:
When i built my Ryzen2600, the RAM prices were still obscenely high. So i made a google search. The 2 lower priced 3000Mhz kits in the market were GSkill Aegis and Corsair 3000C15 (v5.3something). I excluded Gigabyte, because i didn't want to have to do with their buggy BIOS and crappy applications that i knew since AM3+ days. ASUS had the worst memory support. I had found several Aegis users that had constant problems with ASUS and Ryzen 2000. As for the Corsair3000C15, it was either not listed for this size (16GB) or was for 2 sticks only. MSI supports both Aegis and my Corsair3000C15 (Hynix M) for 4 sticks. Asrock also had support i think for both and for one in 4 sticks.
Even now, in the ASUS B450 Strix for Ryzen2000, my kit is supported for 2 sticks only:
So my kit is certified for 4 DIMMs in MSI and in 2 in ASUS. I bought MSI. I run 2933 14-16-16-30-42 1T... QVL matters in Ryzen still, apparently. I have also bought a MicronE 3200C16 kit (Crucial ballistix). Yes, i checked the QVL. Again, MSI support for 4 DIMMs.
Morale of the story: Search before you buy.