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    Quote Originally Posted by RedSector73 View Post
    SOC voltage would be around 1.2v or higher (which is not recommended or needed) would have risk.

    The is within your CPU not your RAM. It can't damage the RAM and extremely low risk for CPU as not enter high voltage just moving from AUTO to set voltage. You should use the information from ZEN timings to get the baseline voltage (being set in AUTO) and adjust just a fraction higher and then see how it goes. I have given you some common settings for the SOC voltage which tend to work and may help avoid '0d' Q code.

    Did you use two kits of 2xRAM or one 4xRAM kit when building this system ?
    4 x 32 GB sticks. See I am really weary of adjuisting that. I played with that before because online I read that Ryzen's stock voltage was too high and screwed up the system booting for hours til I let it sit for an hour and reboot. Ryzen in stock settings constantly adjusts it's voltage and they said I should just leave it as is. I have heard this can be an issue with display port (it's on this forum, sounds random but thought I'd mention it). My monitor is connected this way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by primeshooter View Post
    4 x 32 GB sticks. See I am really weary of adjuisting that. I played with that before because online I read that Ryzen's stock voltage was too high and screwed up the system booting for hours til I let it sit for an hour and reboot. Ryzen in stock settings constantly adjusts it's voltage and they said I should just leave it as is. I have heard this can be an issue with display port (it's on this forum, sounds random but thought I'd mention it). My monitor is connected this way.
    You do whatever you think is best. Stock voltage was never too high and whoever your quoting, well handsome is as hadsome does.

    Goodluck.
    Last edited by RedSector73; 01-04-2021 at 12:40 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedSector73 View Post
    You do whatever you think is best. Stock voltage was never too high and whoever your quoting, well handsome is as hadsome does.

    Goodluck.
    I could just clock it down from 3600 to 3000 and await a bios update that solves it?

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    UPDATE -

    I read increasing the RAM voltage could stop this issue from occuring...but got worried about increasing the voltage, I read lowering it could work in another forum. I did one thing - bios and changed VDDCR SOC Voltage to 1.06250. Restarted 25 times and cold booted 5. Not seen the issue (normally would experience it at least once in that time but more likely 2-3 times.) Will report back if I see it again but 30 times sounding good so far.

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