Originally Posted by rdr09
Could it be your particular RAM? Just got a cheap MSI A320M Pro E with a R5 1600 and it is running a GSkill 3200 CL16 at spec using DOCP without issue. Two clicks in the BIOS. It automatically set the DRAM vcore to 1.36v (stock 1.35v), which I had to manually do in 2 Asus boards.
I have several different kits of ram, and all of them ran vastly better on b450 aorus pro wifi than on the xpower titanium.
It is so much easier to not just hit the rated clocks, but far surpass them on the newer board. With the titanium board, it was difficult to get ram working at all, let alone at rated clock or above.
When I first got the titanium, I went through several kits trying to get one running at 3200, and never was able to fully achieve that.
G.skill fortis 2x8gb 2400
G.skill titan Z rgb 2x8gb 3200
corsair vengeance 2x8gb 3200 (from qvl)
G.skill ripjaws series 5 2x8gb 3200
the highest any of these would go was 2933 on the trident z kit. The fortis was the most stable but only ran 2400
(This same fortis kit easily hits 3400 on the b450 aorus pro)
My feeling on the titanium was that there were a few golden sample boards out there people were having very good results with, and quite a few that just were not up to snuff no matter how hard you tried. It is telling the titanium was a one and done product with MSI, as they never made a newer model.