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    Oh it's been stable ever since in my daily...

    Oh it's been stable ever since in my daily workloads (heavy 3D Rendering jobs in Blender, C4D, AE, Maya) - but of course I ran various tests OCCT (18+ hours), memtest86 20+ passes, and the basic ones...
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    I can confirm this. Tried CL14 and CL16 kits (All...

    I can confirm this. Tried CL14 and CL16 kits (All G.Skill with known working sticks from previous 8+ pass memcheck tests). 1901 on Alpha has completely regressed on 3 of my Alpha boards.
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    Well, got it working finally. After specifically...

    Well, got it working finally. After specifically entering in the mem voltages for both channels it booted up just fine. Didn't have to do that on the original BIOS, but I'm back at 3200MHz and...
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    Zenith Extreme Alpha memory issues on 0405

    So I've had zero issues with my memory G.Skill 3200MHz CL16 since I got the board in late January; it still had the original BIOS 0204 and I haven't upgraded the BIOS to 0405 till today.

    Now I'm...
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    You ARE Crazy :) Crazy for believing whoever told...

    You ARE Crazy :) Crazy for believing whoever told you that. On a serious note, good job man! What did you end up doing with the T-Force memory you started out with?
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    Not Meltdown/Specter specifically, but there's...

    Not Meltdown/Specter specifically, but there's always this: http://seclists.org/fulldisclosure/2018/Jan/12 This is going to fall more on OS/kernel level fixes.
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    I can pretty much second that but for both...

    I can pretty much second that but for both 0020/70 (I had to use both on different C6H boards)
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    I had the same issue on 2 out of 5 C6H boards -...

    I had the same issue on 2 out of 5 C6H boards - those 2 were old stock from March and they simply refuse to flash with 0020 no matter what I do - the working ones were purchased in June and July....
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    You are lucky indeed! I can run OCCT+Linpack (All...

    You are lucky indeed! I can run OCCT+Linpack (All cores enabled, AVX, and max memory) for 30 minutes at least on 4.0GHz - if I even try to pass 4.0 it errors out in 5 minutes or less. It's definitely...
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    Thank you @Saikamaldoss I'll take a look at it...

    Thank you @Saikamaldoss I'll take a look at it and pass it on. So far I see only G.Skill related info on that link. I personally only use G.Skill and I've had zero issues with it - Even their dual...
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    Does anyone here have any luck with 2x16GB...

    Does anyone here have any luck with 2x16GB Crucial Ballistix (Ble2k16g4d32aeea)? I'm trying to help a friend out with just about everything I can think of. This memory surprisingly works fine on a...
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    I wish I could say the same :( On 1403 I can run...

    I wish I could say the same :( On 1403 I can run OCCT+Linpack (all cores enabled, avx) for 1 hour. On 1501, errors within 5 minutes or less. CPU Core voltage on 1501 also hovers around 1.49 - 1.53V...
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    I am surprised 1501 was released as a "stable"...

    I am surprised 1501 was released as a "stable" release (or at least listed for download by the masses). I've had zero issues with most of the BIOS' but I do not feel 1501 should be out there - for...
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    Nice!! Now try OCCT+Linpack with AVX and "All...

    Nice!! Now try OCCT+Linpack with AVX and "All cores" enabled. The only reason I'm asking because out of 8 CPU's (all 1800X', with identical mobo's, RAM etc etc), only 1 passed the one hour mark.
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    Enter your timings - if I'm not mistaken, your...

    Enter your timings - if I'm not mistaken, your timings should be 14-14-14-34-48 and set DRAM voltage to 1.35. This works on 9945 through 1403. Assuming that bclk is at default, you can use the drop...
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    How about you specify what memory you have...

    How about you specify what memory you have instead of vague non-productive comments...
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    That's the exact memory I've been using since day...

    That's the exact memory I've been using since day one. Since 9945 I did not have to revert to BCLK OC'ing to get to 3200MHz and the drop down simply works.

    9945: https://valid.x86.fr/ri2uj1
    1403:...
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    And your reason?

    Curious as to the reason why? I'm running this without major issues on 5 systems now. My main gripe is the board not turning off the on board RGB/LEDs when the system sleeps/hybernates or is turned...
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    Did you clear CMOS before switching to 1401? ...

    Did you clear CMOS before switching to 1401? PState or through BCLK OC settings remain after cold boot or unplug/complete drain.

    I don't have any of these issues and I actually just tried to...
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    I was going to recommend OC via PState as well -...

    I was going to recommend OC via PState as well - here's an easy guide on Linus' forum with step-by-step information: https://linustechtips.com/main/topic...shair-vi-hero/
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    I would think a couple more stable BIOS' are in...

    I would think a couple more stable BIOS' are in order; Personally I'm fine with 9945 if Asus' Threadripper comes out swinging with a stable BIOS on day 1 :)
  22. AIDA64 is definitely a great tool to have on...

    AIDA64 is definitely a great tool to have on hand; for memory issues I tend to fallback on Thaiphoon Burner as it's the easiest way to actually restore or write to SPD. In my case on Trident Z's...
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    Hey AUS - saw you on the G.Skill forum. CPU-z...

    Hey AUS - saw you on the G.Skill forum.

    CPU-z is ok, but I personally don't trust it for SPD info, I cut straight to the chase with Thaiphoon Burner; as for fixing corrupt SPD data, that's a 4...
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    Meet Oscar Mike

    Oscar Mike means "On the move" as in - get ready for action which is definitely what AMD is this year (2017)! This is a show case of my first Ryzen build. Nothing special per-se.

    System Specs:
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    Sticky: This list, while great for a quick check has to...

    This list, while great for a quick check has to be verified - even the GPU-z validations do not list the actual speeds. So far I haven't seen proof yet, other than claims. Unless I'm reading it...
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