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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 05-13-2020, 03:06 PM - Thread Starter
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One more question for the 1600AF, should i use ZEN or ZEN+ in the calculator? since its more similar to the 2600. anyway it doesnt work with the XMP
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Should i really try to test this kit in another pc? It will be a hard for me to find someone to do that, or should i just get in touch with gskill??

Thanks alot!!
I would contact g.skill. The fact that one stick works in A2 and the other one doesn't should be enough for them. If they want more info or testing to be done on your end, they'll walk you through it. Or at least they should. But I'd go ahead and contact them and get the ball rolling.

EDIT: When you use the calculator for your 1600 you'll want to select ZEN.

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One more question for the 1600AF, should i use ZEN or ZEN+ in the calculator? since its more similar to the 2600. anyway it doesnt work with the XMP
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I would contact g.skill. The fact that one stick works in A2 and the other one doesn't should be enough for them. If they want more info or testing to be done on your end, they'll walk you through it. Or at least they should. But I'd go ahead and contact them and get the ball rolling.

EDIT: When you use the calculator for your 1600 you'll want to select ZEN.

AF is 12 nm like the R5 2600, so use ZEN +.

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AF is 12 nm like the R5 2600, so use ZEN +.
ok thats what i tought, i will email gskill then, just tryed everything auto with 2800mhz 1.3v 15-16-16-35, and no bios no nothing, change the rams to the A1 B1, changed again the faulty to A2, and the good to A2, the only one that booted was the good.

Now i'm running bout on 2666mhz 14-13-13-31...

I hope Gskill be good to me....
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Have you tried 2933mhz? Sounds strange but I don't think 2800mhz was in the original supported memory speeds on ryzen but 2933mhz was. Try auto 2933mhz 1.4v.
I used to have trouble posting at 2733mhz/2800mhz and 2933mhz was fine.
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