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    Overclocking beginner 5ghz fx, 32gb 2400mhz

    Hi I have put a systems together using the Asus crosshair V formula z, plugged in is an fx 9590, 2x Samsung pro ssd (raid 0), 32gb Kingston xmp beast 2400mhz oc ddr3, 2x asus 760gtx in sli, quad tv tuner, and a 16 port sas controller, I have a hydro h105, and Loads of fans round the cooler and case. Tryed just going into bios and just setting ratio multiplier to 25 (5ghz), and my memory on the xmp profile listed at 2400mhz, don't know much about custom dimm and cpu settings, thing don't boot, so I'm running my cpu @ 4.8, and my memory @ 1800mhz, I'm not saying its slow, u blink and its done, but I have bought them for what they are black OC editions, id love too run um that way , id post a pick but my rooms bit messy

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    ROG Member Array Esmea PC Specs
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    MotherboardCrosshair VII Hero (Wi-Fi)
    ProcessorAMD Ryzen 3900X
    Memory (part number)64GB G.Skill TridentZ RGB 4x16GB F4-3000C14Q-64GTZR
    Graphics Card #1ASUS R9 390X DC2OC
    Monitor2x Monoprice 2560x1440 Freesync 240Hz
    Storage #1Samsung 960 Pro M.2 500GB
    Storage #24TB WD Black
    CPU CoolerAMD Wraith Prism
    CaseThermaltake Core V71
    Power SupplySeaSonic 1050W PlatinumPlus
    Keyboard Logitech G510s
    Mouse Logitech G903
    Headset Monoprice Wireless BT
    Mouse Pad Logitech PowerPlay
    Headset/Speakers Creative 2.1
    OS Win10 Pro
    Network RouterASUS ROG Rapture GT-AC5300

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    If your BIOS is updated, the Ai Overclock tuner should be able to select XMP timing profiles, the same way it allows me to select AMP profiles.
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    After you select XMP, double check to make sure that the Profile it is using is correct. I understand that XMP can have several. (My AMP memory just has the one)
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    I fetched this info from the Kingston listing on the string of "32gb Kingston xmp beast 2400mhz oc ddr3"
    I have no way of actually knowing if this is correct without an actual model number.
    • JEDEC: DDR3-1600 CL11-11-11 @1.5V
    • XMP Profile #1: DDR3-2400 CL11-13-14 @1.65V
    • XMP Profile #2: DDR3-2133 CL11-13-13 @1.6V
    Going off that chart, you want to select XMP Profile #1 for 2400MHz.

    I hope that helps.
    Last edited by Esmea; 03-31-2015 at 10:10 AM. Reason: Added reference profile listing from manufacturer

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