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    5900x - ASUS ROG CROSSHAIR HERO VIII WIFI - GSKILL F4-3600C14D-32GTZN

    Hi,

    I am currently in the process of overclocking a new set of RAM that I just bought a couple of weeks ago.

    Overclocking process:
    First round:
    - Turn on DOCP (advertised speed of 3600mhz) -> PC fails to boot
    - Set SOC Voltage to 1.2 and PROCODT to 80 ohm -> PC fails to boot

    Second Round (Starting at 2133mhz):
    - SOC Voltage at 1.1
    - DRAM voltage at 1.40
    - Timings 16-20-20-40 and tCWL at 16

    Was able to get to 3000mhz (unstable going higher). What on earth is going on here??? These are B-DIE and I cannot even hit the advertised speed.

    Has someone experienced this issue before? Are we talking a BIOS issue here? BIOS version is 3401 (March 2021)
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    Hello,

    SOC is sensitive to high voltages also, so you may want to tune values from 1v VSOC with DCOP and work from there. PROCODT can likely be left in Auto.

    Also try adjusting IOD VDDG and CCD values.

    1-1.05 and CCD around 0.98 to 1.05 IOD

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silent Scone@ROG View Post
    Hello,

    SOC is sensitive to high voltages also, so you may want to tune values from 1v VSOC with DCOP and work from there. PROCODT can likely be left in Auto.

    Also try adjusting IOD VDDG and CCD values.

    1-1.05 and CCD around 0.98 to 1.05 IOD
    No luck with DOCP and following the above (Boot loop), This is how I proceeded:
    DOCP on
    DRAM voltage: 1.45v as advertised by gskill (Set by DOCP)
    Timings: 14-15-15-35 as advertised by gskill (Set by DOCP)

    Pass 1:
    SOC voltage: 1.00
    VDDG CCD & IOD: 0.95
    VDDP: 0.7
    PROCODT : auto
    FCLK: 1800mhz

    Pass 2:
    SOC voltage: 1.05
    VDDG CCD & IOD: 1
    VDDP: 0.95
    PROCODT : auto
    FCLK: 1800mhz

    Pass 3:
    SOC voltage: 1.1
    VDDG CCD & IOD: 1.05
    VDDP: 1.05
    PROCODT : auto
    FCLK: 1800mhz

    Pass 4:
    SOC voltage: 1.125
    VDDG CCD & IOD: 1.05
    VDDP: 1.05
    PROCODT : auto
    FCLK: 1800mhz

    Any recommendations from here?

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    Trident Z Neo F4-3800C14Q-32GTZN

    I have the above in my Formula board and I've got a Hero too but that has LPX 64 in it @ 4000MHZ. I had to tweak the voltages to get it to work with the latest BIOS on the Formula. My Hero seems to like the older BIOS's more than the newer one's so if you haven't already tried it flashback to an older one and see if it goes - 3101 I think mine is currently on but I'd have to check! On the train just now so I can't.


    Quote Originally Posted by vincent.guerandel View Post
    Hi,

    I am currently in the process of overclocking a new set of RAM that I just bought a couple of weeks ago.

    Overclocking process:
    First round:
    - Turn on DOCP (advertised speed of 3600mhz) -> PC fails to boot
    - Set SOC Voltage to 1.2 and PROCODT to 80 ohm -> PC fails to boot

    Second Round (Starting at 2133mhz):
    - SOC Voltage at 1.1
    - DRAM voltage at 1.40
    - Timings 16-20-20-40 and tCWL at 16

    Was able to get to 3000mhz (unstable going higher). What on earth is going on here??? These are B-DIE and I cannot even hit the advertised speed.

    Has someone experienced this issue before? Are we talking a BIOS issue here? BIOS version is 3401 (March 2021)

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