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    ROG Enthusiast Array DsAMD PC Specs
    DsAMD PC Specs
    MotherboardROG Strix b350-f gaming
    ProcessorRyzen 3600 @ 4.25 ghz
    Memory (part number)Corsair Vengeance 3600 2x8gb
    Graphics Card #1EVGA GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER XC
    Sound CardN/A
    MonitorSamsung 32" 144hz 1440p
    Storage #1Samsung 960 EVO Series - 250GB PCIe NVMe - M.2 Internal SSD
    Storage #24TB Toshiba 7200 rpm 6gb/s
    CPU CoolerCooler Master MasterLiquid ML240L RGB
    CasePhanteks Eclipse P400S Silent Edition
    Power SupplyCorsair cx650m
    Keyboard Logitech G915
    Mouse Logitech G602
    Headset Logitech G430
    Mouse Pad SteelSeries Qck Gaming Surface - Medium Thick Cloth
    Headset/Speakers Logitech Z333 2.1 Speakers
    OS Win 10 Pro, 1909
    Network RouterTP-Link AC4000

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    I just wanted to throw in on this conversation as I had an issue with getting my newly added Corsair Vengeance LPX 2 x 8GB rated for 3600MHz to work, heck even to get my rig to boot up. I previously the same EXACT model of RAM but it was rated 2666 with the BIOS version 5406 and had absolutely no issues setting it using the D.O.C.P. standard setting. When I got my 3600 RAM I tried to simply set it to 3600 and the FCLK to 1800 and good to go, right? Wrong. Not only would it not boot up but it refused to go into safe mode where I can get into the BIOS to make changes. The screen would just go black and I can hear my GPU fans running at 100% consistently but on the screen, nothing. I had to unseat the CMOS battery before it would let me get into the BIOS.

    I know, I know. Get to the point on how I got it to work. I placed the voltage to the recommended amount which is 1.35v and I started off with a modest OC to 2666 with FLCK to 1333 and boot up was successful. I then would incrementally in baby steps raise it up until I finally was able to successfully boot up with 3600. I then ran the Asus RealBench stress test for 30 minutes and passed with no crashes. My only explanation is that it doesn't like you to blast it right away, you have to ease it up slowly. Like a boiling frog. Mind you I have the lowest ROG board you can get (B-350).

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