Originally Posted by Bloke
I just wanted to share my findings I picked up from another user over at Asus Forums.
Like most, I've had a hard time with my ram and this board but I have found these settings stable on my Asus PRIME B350 - PLUS with my G.Skill Flare X F4-3200C14D-16GFX:
You are a true hero, man.
I purchased my Ryzen 1700 in February 2017 when they launched, together with some Corsair Vengeance LPX C14 memory as I had heard Ryzens liked C14 memory.
Never had any sort of success getting it to even boot at 3200.
Eventually I bit the bullet, sold them and got some G.Skill Ripjaws V with B-die memory.
These at least booted just by selecting DOCP, but they were not 100% stable, games crashing to the desktop every few hours, and memory tests throwing errors.
And trust me, I had tried everything you can imagine. Won't go into too much detail here, but believe me I did.
Now, I don't know how I got to your post, but it was my salvation.
It was these settings that got my machine running 3200 MHz 100% stable for the first time.
BTW, strangely, my Ripjaws V appear to be quite close to your Flares.
They are F4-3200C14D-8GVK. Probably the same as yours, only rebadged flare and probably with slightly different XMP programming.
Now, here's this. Hopefully I can give back something for giving me this info.
Did you know that loading the XMP on this motherboard's BIOS only loads about half of the timing values specified by the memory, and you can get quite a bit of extra performance by entering the whole thing?
Also, out of curiosity, could you provide a screenshot of Ryzen Timing Checker?
's the link to get it.
In any case, thanks again for sharing this!