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post #4011 of 4017 (permalink) Old 02-11-2019, 02:35 AM
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Hi guys and @1usmus

Recently i found something odd with my system and i dont know whats cause, if any problem with it or just the RTC behaving strange.

Sometimes in rtc in dimm config box it apears 2DPC-SR, i even saw 1DPC-MR without touching anything in bios.
Restarting makes it return to 1DPC-SR. My mem kit is G.Skill F4-3200C14-16GTZR and it is sitting at right mb slots (2nd and 4th left to right; dimm_a2 dimm_b2)

Also it happened recently my system locks down, monitor turns off, all completly forzen but pc still turned on with code 00 displayed.
Pressing power button for few seconds doesnt work, i have to switch of psu button.

Any ideas whats the cause of it? Should i be worried?
Hi,

I have had the exact same problem.
It was caused by updated ASUS AI Suite tool. After disabling startup of this program, it now works without any problems.
Also, downgrading the AI Suite tool to the to previous version should fix the problem, but I did not try that.
Its because they are both trying to access hardware at the same time and causing a conflict. If you open RTC you need to make sure there are no hardware monitoring software running as it will likely conflict with RTC.

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Hi, Im here to ask for some values that lot of peeople (esp with my motherboeard) with a passion would like to have this.
OK so mobo ASUS Crosshair VII Hero. DRAM Timing in there is cooperating with named values in Red DRAM Calculator.
But here comes the trouble: Tweakers Paradise is part of the mobo bios and there are values that you hopefully help me with.
- DRAM R1 (R2, R3, R4) Tune (auto)
- Clock amplitude - (high or normal)
- Sense MI Skew (auto)
- Sense MI Offset (auto)
- CLDO VDDP Volt (auto)
- VDDP Volt (auto)
- VTTDDR Volt (I have 0.75V @ 1.460 DRAM Volt)
- VPP_MEM (I have 2.95)
- CTRL Ref (ch A and ch B) (I have 0.48).
edit:
- MemAddrCmdSetup (auto)
- MemCsOdtSetup (auto)
- MemCkeSetup (auto)
- Promontory presence (auto)


Thats all folks!
Thanx.

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Hi there,


could someone please give me some advice about a good 2x8gb kit that can reach [email protected], (ryzen 2600x and x470) at a good price? Or the best choice perf/€

Thanks a lot


*sorry for the OT, but i think this is the best place to ask something like this

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Hi there,


could someone please give me some advice about a good 2x8gb kit that can reach [email protected], (ryzen 2600x and x470) at a good price? Or the best choice perf/€

Thanks a lot


*sorry for the OT, but i think this is the best place to ask something like this

These are pretty good, there is some room in the tank for these. If you have any intentions of OC the RAM.


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could someone please give me some advice about a good 2x8gb kit that can reach [email protected], (ryzen 2600x and x470) at a good price? Or the best choice perf/€

Thanks a lot


*sorry for the OT, but i think this is the best place to ask something like this
I'd imagine most folks would point you toward a 3200CL14 b-die kit. I'd point you at the 3600CL15 b-die kit. I believe the 4000CL17 kit from TridentZ might be better, but haven't seen anyone using it. That 4000CL17 kit costs now what I paid for my 3600CL15 kit a few months ago and that 3600CL kit is down to around $220 USD now.

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I'd imagine most folks would point you toward a 3200CL14 b-die kit. I'd point you at the 3600CL15 b-die kit. I believe the 4000CL17 kit from TridentZ might be better, but haven't seen anyone using it. That 4000CL17 kit costs now what I paid for my 3600CL15 kit a few months ago and that 3600CL kit is down to around $220 USD now.
Literally no difference in either kit. They say they are binned higher but I had the 4266mhz kit and my 3200c14 one OCs much higher so I sent the 4266 back. Id just get the 3200c14 kit and call it a day as you arent going to get a better set by buying the 3600c15 kit bc they are the exact same dies and the "binning" is done with Intel so you can throw that binning out the window when using them on Ryzen. My 3200c14 kit can easily run 3600 but the optimal Ive found is around 3550mhz with optimal timings using bclk at around 104.6-106.6mhz but thats just what ive found optimal for me. It ultimately will come down to IMC and DRAM IC quality which are both a lottery but as far as 3200c14 vs 3600c15 there is literally no difference besides the model numbers that G.Skill has given them.

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