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    x570 Dark Hero, 5950x, G.Skill DDR3600 help needed - No post using XMP

    Hey all,

    After reading a number of posts I need to get some help.

    Setup:
    AMD 5950x
    Asus ROG X570 Dark Hero
    G.Skill DDR43600 (4x8Gb sticks) F4-3600C16Q-32GTZN (QVL list)
    Asus ROG 3090 OC
    Corsair 1000RM PSU

    I cant seem to boot using all default settings and XMP (DOCP) enabled.
    Sometime I do, but then the system is super unstable.

    Anyone else out there running a similar setup that got it working? Would love to hear from you.

    EDIT: FWIW, I've been testing with 4x8Gb kit of G.Skill DRR4 3000 over the last couple of days and that seems to work with XMP.
    Last edited by H4tch3t; 05-21-2021 at 10:21 AM.

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    Hello,

    What is the Q-CODE displayed?


    If the system is sometimes able to pass POST then the stability is borderline. Try increasing SOC voltage if not having done so already.

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    So I tested with the DDR3000 the last two days and this evening ended up getting WHEA errors twice in a row for different APICs.Â*
    Coincidentally a second 5950 CPU arrived to test with, and I swapped it out, and added back the DDR3600. I set BIOS to default, enabled DOCP (XMP) and booted successfully. As I didnt have a lot of time, I joined some friends for Warzone as a quick bench, played a couple of matches and then when we eventually quit the game my system lost display signal and rebooted. I could only find a critical error for the reboot, and a couple of ACPI warning errors in event viewer for the crash. No WHEA errors. I’ll try upping SOC as suggested tomorrow, but getting a bit frustrated tbh.Â*

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