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  1. #1171
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    Quote Originally Posted by ausopb1b1a View Post
    So when I started my build late last year I had 2x8GB RAM sticks, G.Skill Trident Z RGB 3200MHz in my build, for the longest time it was running at 2133MHz I didn't know I had to enable a profile on D.O.C.P. anyway I did that and the system was running fine at 3200MHz. Now just recently I added 2 more 8GB sticks exact same model F4-3200C16D-16GTZR and my system is now getting random BSOD messages with a different error code all the time.

    Has anyone else managed or are they running 4x8GB sticks of the Trident Z RGB in there system at 3200MHz? If I go into the BIOS and leave it at default where it runs at 2133 that system runs fine. I'm thinking a couple of things, should I maybe try get a complete set of 4x8GB sticks instead of having the two 2x8GB (different manufacture dates) I have to see if that maybes makes a difference? See if I can find in stores the AMD Version (doesnt seem to be available in Australia though, even internationally seems limited and a lot more expensive) or I'm even thinking of maybe changing to the Corsair Dominator Platinum RBG 4x8GB 3000MHz kit.

    TL;DR Is anyone using 4x8GB RGB RAM at 3200MHz?
    Yeah its possibly, but depend on silicon lottery.
    Its harder to run 4 dimms because of the daisy chain layout of the motherboard. Also maybe because of extra stress on the IMC.

    this what I can e.g run with 2 dimms vs 4 dimms (2 dimms = 3400mhz)
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    Bios 4804 is dead stable for me. Not tried latest one. Memory 1.42v passed 1800% HCI and various other memtests. Click image for larger version. 

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    @ausopb1b1a:

    You might want to consider 2x16GB dimms

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    MotherboardAsus Strix X470F Gaming
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alireza.kh View Post
    i just updated X470F BIOS from 4602 to 5007. i should say it is not good and don't update to it for now. with 2700X and auto settings, i was getting 4225 MHz for one core and 4175 MHz for all cores in temp 70C. but with 5007 for all cores i just get 4000 MHz in the same temp 70C. anybody with this problem?
    Quote Originally Posted by AlleyViper View Post
    Please check voltage, gabrielsp85 pointed a 50-100mV increase that could explain it. If that happens on your cpu too, increasing the negative offset until it matches previous levels of boosted vcore should help to regain those clocks by lowering temperature and gaining tdp margin.
    Quote Originally Posted by xeizo View Post
    Uninstall AI Suite and do OC in the bios instead, don't use the OC wizard in the bios but set it up manually. Auto vcore with a minus offset of 0.08-0.1V works very well, also you need to override the power limits under PBO set PPT=1000, TDC=114 and EDC=168 and don't forget to activate XFR under AMD CBS, it needs an Agreement to work. PBO will take care of the OC and it works great. NO problems with performance here.
    thanks for help. i updated AMD chipset driver to latest version (19.10.16) and it seems the problem is fixed now and i see similar performance like 4602.
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    Ryzen 9 3900X

    Hello,
    Is anybody going to pair their Asus Strix X470-F Gaming with Ryzen 9 3900x?
    I have 3900X reserved for a pickup tomorrow and it will replace my current CPU, Ryzen 2600x.
    There is this list made by someone on reddit that says the Strix X470-F Gaming is fine for 3900x, but is it?
    Last edited by zuzuthechief; 07-07-2019 at 04:48 PM. Reason: typo

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    Quote Originally Posted by zuzuthechief View Post
    Hello,
    Is anybody going to pair their Asus Strix X470-F Gaming with Ryzen 9 3900x?
    I have 3900X reserved for a pickup tomorrow and it will replace my current CPU, Ryzen 2600x.
    There is this list made by someone on reddit that says the Strix X470-F Gaming is fine for 3900x, but is it?
    I have not tested that combo myself, but i cant see any issues why it shouldn't work good?
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    Some guy on Reddit just posted this:
    *“Asus Strix x470-F on bios 5007 with AGESA 1.0.0.2 with a 3700x PC wont post and CPU debug light turns on. Works fine when I put my 2700 back in.

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    Please give us a feedback regard the ryzen 9.

    Quote Originally Posted by zuzuthechief View Post
    Hello,
    Is anybody going to pair their Asus Strix X470-F Gaming with Ryzen 9 3900x?
    I have 3900X reserved for a pickup tomorrow and it will replace my current CPU, Ryzen 2600x.
    There is this list made by someone on reddit that says the Strix X470-F Gaming is fine for 3900x, but is it?
    I just ordered the same CPU but until now i cant find any test with this mainboard. (The x470 chipset should be supported but by Asus we know how the SW Development is working)

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    So I have a very weird issue with this board, that I believe I have narrowed down to a single BIOS setting. Here are the particulars, I have two M.2 drives on this board (although the issue still appears with only one installed). Two SATA devices (HDD & Optical drive, I know, nobody uses optical drives anymore). A 2700X and a GTX-1080Ti, everything is watercooled using a custom loop. Even with all cores running at 4.3 GHz the CPU\PC rarely exceeds 50°C. Here is the issue. I am currently running on TPU-II, DDR-3200, most of the rest on Auto. The issue starts when I try to do a negative offset for CPU Voltage, even at the lowest setting, the NVMe drive fails to be recognized at boot time. I usually get four quick beeps at POST which for AMI used to mean a System Timer failure. As soon as I return the CPU Voltage back to Auto, everything works fine. It is driving me nuts trying to figure out if that is really the issue or if I just got extremely unlucky in the silicon lottery.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wheres.Waldo View Post
    So I have a very weird issue with this board, that I believe I have narrowed down to a single BIOS setting. Here are the particulars, I have two M.2 drives on this board (although the issue still appears with only one installed). Two SATA devices (HDD & Optical drive, I know, nobody uses optical drives anymore). A 2700X and a GTX-1080Ti, everything is watercooled using a custom loop. Even with all cores running at 4.3 GHz the CPU\PC rarely exceeds 50°C. Here is the issue. I am currently running on TPU-II, DDR-3200, most of the rest on Auto. The issue starts when I try to do a negative offset for CPU Voltage, even at the lowest setting, the NVMe drive fails to be recognized at boot time. I usually get four quick beeps at POST which for AMI used to mean a System Timer failure. As soon as I return the CPU Voltage back to Auto, everything works fine. It is driving me nuts trying to figure out if that is really the issue or if I just got extremely unlucky in the silicon lottery.
    I would set TPU to default, it might try to do some BLCK overclocking, so the reference clock goes above 100 and NVM drives dont like this.
    Just use XFR + PE2, scalar 10

    If you do want to use BLCK overclocking, it supposed to work best with lower 4 sata ports.
    But you cant use PBO and raise the BLCK clock on this board

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