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10-12-2019 03:49 PM
Reous I haven't tested it but 3200 or even 3600 shoudn't be a problem with 4x8GB if you use a Ryzen 3000. Higher speed depends on CPU and the used ICs. I think 3800 is also possible with some tuning.
10-12-2019 06:18 AM
viilutaja Anybody here is using 4x8GB sticks on their X570-E Gaming board? What are the speeds and timings this board can handle when all memory slots are occupied?
I am wondering if my G.Skill FlareX 3200Mhz CL14 (B-die) memory is good for this board or should I sell those and get 2x16GB sticks?

The QVL is showing that this kit is only supporting 2 slots.
F4-3200C14Q-32GFX (Altough I have bought 2 separate 2x8GB kits 2x F4-3200C14D-16GFX)

https://dlcdnets.asus.com/pub/ASUS/m...L_20190912.pdf

But then again there are other G.Skill 32GB and 64GB CL14 (B-die) kits, that are indeed supported over 4 slots....
Does it mean they have not just tested my kit with 4 slots and it should work just fine?
10-06-2019 11:44 AM
Reous Yeah feels like every month is a new agesa coming. Mod Bios for X370-Pro is in OP.

I also have one for the X470-Pro but i first need some people to test it. If anyone wanna test ist, just dm me.
10-05-2019 01:33 AM
RamenRider Oooh I like the new bios released last month. I don't know if it's my settings(just set Asus ez bios to performance mode + DOCP) but when I am idle it only clocks around 1.40ghz unlike before(3.6ghz) on task manager.

But I think I am going to wait until after the microcode bios update to mod my x370. https://www.reddit.com/r/Amd/comment...s_getting_new/
10-01-2019 06:03 AM
stone1978
ROG Strix x570-F Gaming - no VCORE RAISE possible

Hello

Board
ROG STRIX x570 GAMING-F
CPU
RYZEN 3700x
RAM
4x8 GB Kingston hyperx DDR4 4000
BIOS Version = 1201


I'm opening the bios.
Load the XMP profile via D.O.C.P.
Then I make some other settings which are not relevant for the V-Core bug now.
Set below at VDDCR CPU voltage to MANUAL
Change the voltage to 1.38125
Save and restart.

But the voltage remains at 1.096
In the beginning I also set the Multi to 41 because this should run on every Ryzen.
Of course it was always connected to BlueScreens because in the end the voltage doesn't increase.

If I set to AUTO then the VCORE rises to over 1.41 Volt.
If I enter a manual RATIO (whichever) the VCORE drops to 1.09 Volt

A setting I make under Manual no matter if 1.31 Volt or 1.38 Volt is simply not adopted.

Bios I have now again flashed.
The 1201 is the latest version offered.

I installed the AISUITE from ASUS and tried it directly in Windows.
Can't change the VCORE with this tool either.
The controller can be moved but there is no effect.

Because there is a problem with RYZEN MASTER when virtualization is enabled.
https://community.amd.com/thread/227946 = VBS error occurs when I activate virtualization support in the BIOS.
I have taken the measures via the GPO (deactivate VBS) and REGEDIT and deactivated all virtualization software.
That's it but you don't have to disable SVM mode in BIOS then Ryzen Master works immediately.
But it's not a solution if you use virtualization.
825567

For this reason I wanted to set the OC settings in the BIOS like always before.


Look at the Attachments

Thank you for Helping
09-28-2019 10:50 PM
MishelLngelo Here
09-28-2019 05:47 PM
Gacrux
Quote: Originally Posted by MishelLngelo View Post
And works good with SS disabled. I imported .cmo and now first time some of cores go to 4.41GHz+ after adjusting other PBO settings.
Can you share your PBO settings?
09-28-2019 09:52 AM
MishelLngelo
Quote: Originally Posted by Reous View Post
Added a Bios 5220 profile for the X470-Pro and X370-Pro with disabled BCLK Spread Spectrum. Works only with a Ryzen 3000 CPU.
And works good with SS disabled. I imported .cmo and now first time some of cores go to 4.41GHz+ after adjusting other PBO settings.
09-28-2019 09:45 AM
Reous Added a Bios 5220 profile for the X470-Pro and X370-Pro with disabled BCLK Spread Spectrum. Works only with a Ryzen 3000 CPU.
09-26-2019 01:57 AM
Reous
Quote: Originally Posted by Gacrux View Post
Prime X370-Pro 5220 stable with AGESA

Already working on it



Quote: Originally Posted by Filters83 View Post
Hey man can you mod the strix x470-F aswell ? If its possbile ofc whit last bios 5220

Hey, sorry i mod only a bios which i can test by myself.
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