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    The resets you refer to is like training the...

    The resets you refer to is like training the DIMMs to accept your Bios settings and will usually reset 2-3 times on startup.

    Quote/
    "When I remove 1 kit of dual kits and plug it in as...
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    Never a good idea to mix RAM kits Osman :( Even...

    Never a good idea to mix RAM kits Osman :( Even identical Part No kits can result in a mismatch due to differences in Latency.

    First update your Bios to the latest version 2812 and this will...
  3. There is a Beta Bios 2812 available from support....

    There is a Beta Bios 2812 available from support. Try it out and report back.
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    Is your drives firmware up to date.? Do you have...

    Is your drives firmware up to date.?
    Do you have the Trim command enabled in Windows.?
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    There are a number of causes that will slow an...

    There are a number of causes that will slow an SSD down.

    Obtain the latest Samsung Magician and ensure SATA drivers are up to date.
    Keep the drives capacity under 75%.
    Try disabling Rapid mode...
  6. It would appear the product is no longer...

    It would appear the product is no longer supported as no real answer from ASUS has been forthcoming.:(
    Have you tried uninstalling AIsuite :p
  7. Hi Riekopo :) Two of the best software apps to...

    Hi Riekopo :)

    Two of the best software apps to evaluate your system for temperature issues are HWinfo64 and Aida64.
    Download both and have them sitting together on you desktop. Go to the Tools...
  8. Go to your Boot Menu options in Bios and check...

    Go to your Boot Menu options in Bios and check you have enabled CSM (Compatibility Support Module) page 3-19 in your manual.
    Also check in boot devices control and that devices are configured...
  9. Hi Matt :) If your Bios does not detect your...

    Hi Matt :)

    If your Bios does not detect your Storage devices then go here: https://www.drivereasy.com/knowledge/fixed-bios-not-detecting-ssd-in-computer/
    It may just be the recent Bios update set...
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    Really darkdavid, What are you trying to...

    Really darkdavid, What are you trying to achieve. Are you going for bragging rights or a reliable and stable well performing system with gaming in mind.

    I have tinkered with my 2700x and also...
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    The following tells me you don't fully understand...

    The following tells me you don't fully understand what happens when you power on your system.

    1. Quote: Q-code streaming codes so fast you cant read them, End Quote.
    Yes POST (Power on self...
  12. Thanks for reporting back Sergio :) Glad you have...

    Thanks for reporting back Sergio :) Glad you have it sorted.
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    Hi TwitchFast ;) and Welcome to ROG Your RAM...

    Hi TwitchFast ;) and Welcome to ROG

    Your RAM (CMK16GX4M2B3200C16) are OC RAM which is beyond the JDEC standard and therefore will default to a safe set of SPD values.
    To obtain the rated...
  14. Hi Sergio and Welcome to ROG. Ryzen is picky...

    Hi Sergio and Welcome to ROG.

    Ryzen is picky with OC RAM (3200MHZ is OC RAM) which means there is no D.O.C.P profile, so your system will default 2133MHz as a safe set of SPD (Serial Presence...
  15. That's good you sorted the problem Kritikill :D...

    That's good you sorted the problem Kritikill :D
    Did you get your RAM working at it's rated frequency OK?
  16. Because OC RAM come with many varying SPD (Serial...

    Because OC RAM come with many varying SPD (Serial Presence detect) values, there is no simple "one set off values" fits all. Much depends on the Systems hardware capability ie: PSU, CPU,...
  17. Your RAM are rated at 3200MHz therefore they are...

    Your RAM are rated at 3200MHz therefore they are OC RAM. Profiles such as XMP and D.O.C.P don't work as 3200MHz is above the JDEC standard. Your Bios would set for a lower safe frequency and to reach...
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    Hi Craftprinces :) Is your MB ROG STRIX X470-I...

    Hi Craftprinces :)

    Is your MB ROG STRIX X470-I GAMING? If so then yes the orange lit LED is a problem with RAM.
    Removing all RAM would not test your RAM and would indeed throw an error.
    Test...
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    From your photo, I can see your Boot_led is lit...

    From your photo, I can see your Boot_led is lit and this is because you have either no Storage device installed or something is wrong with it, either improper connections or the unit or adapter is...
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    DIMM slots are for RAM modules, review your MB...

    DIMM slots are for RAM modules, review your MB Layout again as they have nothing to do with your storage drives.
    Check your SATA connections for the correct connections (page 1-23 in your MB...
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    HI apocalypzez :) POST cycle will not...

    HI apocalypzez :)

    POST cycle will not continue until the error with your HDD or SSD is fixed and you will continue to get QCODE A2. You will receive an A2 error if you do not have any drive...
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    Intel speed step is used by tree huggers to save...

    Intel speed step is used by tree huggers to save a little power when at idle. It is usually on by default. Clever tech for what it does.
    As a power user I have disabled it (as well as C1E sleep...
  23. G.SKILL 16GB KIT DDR4 3200MHz CL14 Flare X for...

    G.SKILL 16GB KIT DDR4 3200MHz CL14 Flare X for AMD is OC RAM and therefore D.O.C.P profile will not work as they exceed the JDEC standard.

    If you check with CPUz in Windows (or the Tools section...
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    Go into your Bios>Extreme Tweaker menu>AI...

    Go into your Bios>Extreme Tweaker menu>AI overclock Tuner and set to manual. This will allow you to change your multiplier.
    You can bring your Bios back to default by removing the MB CMOS battery...
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    I think your misunderstanding a few things Tony....

    I think your misunderstanding a few things Tony.

    Your 3200MHz RAM would default to 2400-2666MHz initially as 3200MHz is beyond the JDEC standard and therefore you will have to manually enter your...
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