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    I tried for a higher RAM frequency again yesterday, and it took me over 10 minutes to recover my board from it.
    It eventually came back to life.

    Even turning off the PSU and then hitting clear cmos for almost a minute wouldn't bring it back at first, sitting stuck at various Qcodes, turning off and back on again several times on its own, ...

    A combination of clear cmos while powered on and the safeboot/retry button eventually did the trick, but this is super scary. I'm on the 0902 BIOS, so it hopefully won't brick itself, but this behaviour seems a bit weird to me.

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    That's just how the platform behaves right now. Recovery from a failed DRAM OC is a bit flaky. At least it won't corrupt the EC now.

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    Interestingly though, when I tried to go for DDR4-3200, it went into a power on/off loop for a minute, and then booted up on its own with the RAM at DDR4-2133.
    It wasn't until I decided to try for DDR4-2933 that it got stuck.

    What I tried to get the RAM running was setting the DRAM Voltage and VBoot to 1.35V, and SOC Voltage of 1.15V.
    Might try again once with the SenseMI Skew offset set to the Pre-0902 Value of 272, as I read that people had success with that in getting their RAM to higher speeds.

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