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07-20-2019 12:25 AM
dev1ance How about this?







Quote: Originally Posted by Posyhov View Post
Hi,

Can anyone please give me a hints how to get rid of "C5" error? my setup is C6H, 3700X and flare x 3200 cl14.
Im still on 7003 bios coz 7106 and 7201 doesnt boot.

I appreciate every help
C5 for most of it is simply:
Clear CMOs button -> Set DDR Boot voltage to 1.35-1.4v in the Digi+ Power section and normal DRAM voltage to 1.35-1.4v. It resolves for most of us but some still get C5 during restarts.
07-20-2019 12:24 AM
Posyhov
Posyhov

Hi,

Can anyone please give me a hints how to get rid of "C5" error? my setup is C6H, 3700X and flare x 3200 cl14.
Im still on 7003 bios coz 7106 and 7201 doesnt boot.

I appreciate every help
07-19-2019 11:43 PM
rob87
Quote: Originally Posted by dev1ance View Post
Works for me.

Remember to set your Power Settings page to only "Better Performance" and "Ryzen Balanced" on the additional power settings page. I find if I drag the slider to "Best Performance", it overrides the Ryzen Balanced plan and acts moreso like the Ryzen High Performance plan and keeps the voltages up.



DDR4 can take up to 1.5v just fine for everyday use. Just need active cooling on the memory between 1.46-1.5v if you want to avoid having your chips get too hot for comfort. 1.42v is completely fine for memory.


I've just set to Ryzen Balanced, voltages on RAM dropped to 1.35v, just played a few games on CS to see if any freezes no issues, will do some further testing with other games,

CPU Volts seem to go around 1.4 - 1.45v interesting?
07-19-2019 11:28 PM
dev1ance
Quote: Originally Posted by mvmiller12 View Post
It's normal for BIOS 7106. Worse, CPU voltage offset on 7106 doesn't work right (or on the Extreme, at all). 7201 only seems to reach that with PBO enabled and the CPU voltage offsets work correctly again so you can tamp it down a bit (recommend -0.05 or -0.075 offset).
Works for me.

Remember to set your Power Settings page to only "Better Performance" and "Ryzen Balanced" on the additional power settings page. I find if I drag the slider to "Best Performance", it overrides the Ryzen Balanced plan and acts moreso like the Ryzen High Performance plan and keeps the voltages up.

Quote: Originally Posted by mvmiller12 View Post
If that's your CPU voltage it should be OK. If RAM voltage, it's a little high
DDR4 can take up to 1.5v just fine for everyday use. Just need active cooling on the memory between 1.46-1.5v if you want to avoid having your chips get too hot for comfort. 1.42v is completely fine for memory.
07-19-2019 10:46 PM
rob87
Quote: Originally Posted by mvmiller12 View Post
If that's your CPU voltage it should be OK. If RAM voltage, it's a little high
Ah bummer, I've just changed it to 1.35 hopefully I won't have any freezing issues lol..
Thanks heaps!
07-19-2019 10:35 PM
mvmiller12
Quote: Originally Posted by rob87 View Post
Thanks ! I've played around with the DRAM calculations and hit 3800mhz with 1.42 Volts, is that safe? I've read 1.35 is maximum people are willing to go.
If that's your CPU voltage it should be OK. If RAM voltage, it's a little high
07-19-2019 10:24 PM
rob87
Quote: Originally Posted by mvmiller12 View Post
It's normal for BIOS 7106. Worse, CPU voltage offset on 7106 doesn't work right (or on the Extreme, at all). 7201 only seems to reach that with PBO enabled and the CPU voltage offsets work correctly again so you can tamp it down a bit (recommend -0.05 or -0.075 offset).


Thanks ! I've played around with the DRAM calculations and hit 3800mhz with 1.42 Volts, is that safe? I've read 1.35 is maximum people are willing to go.
07-19-2019 10:01 PM
mvmiller12
Quote: Originally Posted by rob87 View Post
My voltages for 3600x is hitting around 1.40+ is this normal for the 3600x? Temps are going around 40 degrees on boot and in BIOS? I remember my 2700x was hitting around 30 degrees.. currently using Corsair H115 Extreme 280mm
It's normal for BIOS 7106. Worse, CPU voltage offset on 7106 doesn't work right (or on the Extreme, at all). 7201 only seems to reach that with PBO enabled and the CPU voltage offsets work correctly again so you can tamp it down a bit (recommend -0.05 or -0.075 offset).
07-19-2019 09:35 PM
rob87 My voltages for 3600x is hitting around 1.40+ is this normal for the 3600x? Temps are going around 40 degrees on boot and in BIOS? I remember my 2700x was hitting around 30 degrees.. currently using Corsair H115 Extreme 280mm
07-19-2019 09:25 PM
mvmiller12
Quote: Originally Posted by KWSW View Post
For overclocking of ram, should I do it in bios or ryzen master?

Currently running 3800X with 4 sticks of 8GB Hynix CJR running at XMP 3200 and so far no boot issues. Just afraid that tinkering in bios would cause the boot issues.
If you are one of those lucky ones that got a 3000 series CPU working on this board with no issues, then you're golden. Don't worry about it. All that would remain for you to do in the case of problems would be to Clear CMOS. Nothing you change in there should make it suddenly stop working in a way that the Clear CMOS won't fix.

Not everyone here is so lucky as that.
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