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post #1 of 294 (permalink) Old 03-21-2017, 07:19 PM - Thread Starter
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Anyone out there with this board and RAM running at 3200MHz? I've tried and tried with some GSkill 3200C16D, but have only been able to POST at 2400.

The RAM is on their QVL list, however when I contacted Asrock I was told,
"contact GSkill and ask for setting , we have tested with different manufacture and do not have any problems"

That is literally the entire email I got back from their CS after contacting them. I'm wondering if maybe I need to clear CMOS after the BIOS updates? New to RAM overclocking and need a kick start in the right direction, although I'm leaning towards this memory just not playing nice.

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It is a mobo bug right now with the new platform that is being worked on. Upgrade your Bios, if a new version is available, which may help with your problem. Nothing you can do but wait.

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It's a recurring problem with every motherboard manufacturer.

The RAM sticks being sold are pretty much made for Intel Z170 / X99 except for the G Skill Flare X / Fortis

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Well, that sucks. Understandable though; I had been watching the Asus thread and it seemed like people were having decent luck but support has been really good on Asus' end.

Otherwise, if anyone happens to be wondering the boards been good to me, so was hoping I was just derping something obvious. I can say the Asrock board doesn't quite have the BIOS options that the Asus does. For instance, no DRAM boot voltage and no profiles. Nothing truly heart breaking, but being able to save profiles would be great. Running an 1800X at [email protected] with LLC2, voltages and temps haven't been outrageous but it isn't like I've brought my volt meter home from work and pinned it out yet so it could be inaccurate still.

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Guys we need official Asus Fatal1ty X370 tread smile.gif
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It's because your RAM sticks are Hynix. Doesn't play well with Ryzen at the moment. I'm running 3200Mhz CAS 14 without issue because they are from Samsung B die.

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It's because your RAM sticks are Hynex. Doesn't play well with Ryzen at the moment. I'm running 3200Mhz CAS 14 without issue because they are from Samsung.

Same here with my Asrock Fatality pro gaming and 1800x. 3200 cl14-14-14. I have Corsair 4000mhz 2x8GB. Samsung IC

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It's because your RAM sticks are Hynix. Doesn't play well with Ryzen at the moment. I'm running 3200Mhz CAS 14 without issue because they are from Samsung B die.

Yuuup, established that over in the motherboard thread last night I believe. I have some 3200CL14 on the way from Newegg so will report back on RAM speeds when they arrive and how they work. Good time to be a RAM Manufacturer. Hopefully I can pawn these C16 sticks to a friend that just built a Z270 system.

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My max OC under water with 1800x and Asrock Fatality pro in Cinebench:

Too bad we can't use memorydevider to get over 3200mhz on the memory.


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Can't say it's the max OC this one can do, but I haven't bothered to go further yet. Also under water.




Edit: I suck at this, dropped desktop resolution to 1080p to try to get a screenie that is actually readable.

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