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    Post Ryzen 2700x on crosshair vii hero, is my memory controller on its way out?

    I've had 16gb g.skill 3200cl14 at 3444mhz 14-14-14-14-22-28-1t at 1.46v, 1.04375v vsoc for over a year now.

    To cut a long story short, I recently identified my ram as being the culprit for 0xc0000005 errors and purchased 32gb 3600c16 g.skill.

    I'm still having the issue, even with the ram at 3200c16 stock timings I'm getting memtestx86 errors.

    Is it possible that my memory controller is at fault here?

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    Try using the standard memory oc but set the ram to 3000mhz or 2933mhz.

    My ram is not compatible with my CH6 and I was gettings lots of BSOD and other issues when I set it to the standard memory OC. I ran memtest as well and got over 500 errors. I set ram to the OC but I manual set the speed to 2933mhz and had no errors in memtest and no BSOD since then. I hope that you try it and it helps you.

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    G.Skill Trident Z RGB
    Model F4-3200C16D-16GTZR
    Timing 16-18-18-38
    CAS Latency 16
    Voltage 1.35V

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    I can thankfully do docp but I have to drop down from 3600 c16 to 3000 c16.

    I've ordered a 3900x so I will have parts to test exactly what is faulty by fhe end of next week.

    It can't be the ram as it's new unless it's a dud set, considering it used to work and has got slowly worse I think my cpu has degraded.

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    3900X, nice!

    I have 3700X in MB now.

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    Nice one, How is it running on this board given we could do with a bios update?

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