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post #6191 of 6483 (permalink) Old 05-19-2019, 05:40 PM
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Quote: Originally Posted by MrYoke View Post
The max I still get with my 2x16 3466Mhz c16 kit is 2933Mhz c14. Damn. Should I just sell my kit and get 2x16 3200MHz c14 kits instead, or is it hard to reach those clocks and timings on dual rank kits with the Hero VII regardless of what you have?
Any chance you're using the incorrect RAM slots?

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post #6192 of 6483 (permalink) Old 05-19-2019, 11:55 PM
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Any chance you're using the incorrect RAM slots?
No such thing mate, some actually benefit from using the B slots.

I think there is something not right in the settings, the CPU has a bad imc or the RAM kit is not that great.
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I never got my GSkill Trident Z F4-3200C14D-32GTZ (Samsung B-die - 2x16 GB) to run 3200 MHz. Sure they could boot and bench @ 3200/3333MHz, but they were never 100% stable.
Like your 16 GB dual ranks, they were stuck at 2933 MHz.
Id almost bet that it has to do with your timings and voltage. I ran into another with the same problem and literally had their kit stable with the first setup I gave them...Mind you, this was on a Threadripper as well. Post timings and voltages and ill look at it. BDie is easy to get stable unless there is a hardware issue. Usually its due to not using enough voltage since BDie loves voltage and can handle it much better than other dies.

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post #6194 of 6483 (permalink) Old 05-20-2019, 08:27 AM
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Maybe coincidental, maybe not:

BIOS 2304 seems to play with my memory (4x8gb @ 3200) much better than previous releases, boot from cold start is much faster and I've yet to see F9 issues I had with 2203. The only lingering issue I seem to have is the system will randomly not resume from sleep, but this has been going on since 1103.

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Gigabyte enables PCI-e 4.0 on the existing X470 and B450 boards, did you see that?
https://wccftech.com/gigabyte-bios-u...zen-3000-cpus/

maybe asus will do the same for us

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I never got my GSkill Trident Z F4-3200C14D-32GTZ (Samsung B-die - 2x16 GB) to run 3200 MHz. Sure they could boot and bench @ 3200/3333MHz, but they were never 100% stable.
Like your 16 GB dual ranks, they were stuck at 2933 MHz.
Others and myself got your same kit perfectly stable at 3200 CL14, so post your config so that we can take a look at it and try to steer you in the right direction

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Well updated to 2304 lost 3 seconds on IBT and 40 points on CB20 yay....
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I'm currently using a 2 x 8 GB flare-X kit @ 3466 MHz. But I still have the 2 x 16 GB G Skill modules.
But I don't have time to play with them until the weekend.
Last time I tried was with BIOS 2103 and I used Ryzen Ram calculator as a starting point and even went as high as 1.45v
But it's not stable. It's never been above 2933 MHz :-(
I will try one more time come Friday / Saturday and post timings then.
Help will be much appreciated.
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Said this a while back, but I have 2x8gb TridentZ 3200s. In B slot config I couldn't get 3200. In A slot config I got 3200 and they're running stable @ 1.35v.

If you're running in 1st and 3rd slots and having issues, try running 2nd and 4th slots. Those are the initial slots that are called for and they without a doubt work.

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Quote: Originally Posted by hurricane28 View Post
No such thing mate, some actually benefit from using the B slots.

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