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    So based on the spreadsheet, nobody has been able to get 2x16 GB ram to work at 3200 speeds yet?

    Edit** Whoops missed the Actual DRAM Frequency column - still it looks like it's not super easy to get 3200 mhz without raising bclk? Is it safe to run higher than 100 bclk 24/7?
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    G.o.a.t.

    This is the greatest thread ever. You have no idea how many people this has helped!

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    Quote Originally Posted by semajy View Post
    So based on the spreadsheet, nobody has been able to get 2x16 GB ram to work at 3200 speeds yet?
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    I put mine at 3200 as soon as I installed win10. No problems at all, except it's not on the qvl list. Just started messing with an oc, 4GHz was noisy 1st round of tightening up hasn't crashed. Haven't stress tested it yet either.

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    my ram needs help

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    this ram seems like it wants to go faster but it just won't do it ....
    my cpu is fast ..nice and fast i think....and i think with faster ram and some more stability things will be even faster!!
    i'm so excited to watch Ryzen grow ....

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    CL17 is rounded to CL18 and CL16 does not boot. So this is what I came up with as "bootable" for 4x 8GB G.Skill dimms (mixed set of Flare X + TridentZ) using a x16 multiplier at 100 MHz REFCLK. BIOS 1001.

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    Corsair Vengeance LPX - running super stable @3200mhz (CMK16GX4M2B3200C16)
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    man what a battle this is ...but im loving every minute of it....
    2885 mhz ram ....
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    I am currently testing SOC voltage. For that I set everything to defaults, except for running the RAM at 3200-14-14-14-34-1T. Then I lower Vsoc to 0.8 V, check booting and stability with all three of my RAM kits (Flare X, Ripjaws V, TridentZ). When a test fails I increase Vsoc step by step.

    Low SOC voltage leads to:

    - Code 8.
    - F9 Post loop.
    - 0D Post freeze.
    - Reboot without BSOD or Post code.

    The TrizdentZ boot at slightly lower Vsoc than the other two RAM kits. This is a bit surprising, because when I tried 3600-25-18-18-18 earlier the Ripjaws booted at settings that the other two did not boot with. None were stable even at Vsoc 1.25 V, though.

    I will try to test if temperature/cooling has an effect of SOC stability. Earlier I tried 4.0 GHz + 3200-14-14-14-39 with full fans/pump and lowest fans/pump and got Code 8 at low fan settings. This happened while reported Tctl was around 70-75°C, so not exactly at CPU melting temps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timur Born View Post
    I am currently testing SOC voltage. For that I set everything to defaults, except for running the RAM at 3200-14-14-14-34-1T. Then I lower Vsoc to 0.8 V, check booting and stability with all three of my RAM kits (Flare X, Ripjaws V, TridentZ). When a test fails I increase Vsoc step by step.

    Low SOC voltage leads to:

    - Code 8.
    - F9 Post loop.
    - 0D Post freeze.
    - Reboot without BSOD or Post code.

    The TrizdentZ boot at slightly lower Vsoc than the other two RAM kits. This is a bit surprising, because when I tried 3600-25-18-18-18 earlier the Ripjaws booted at settings that the other two did not boot with. None were stable even at Vsoc 1.25 V, though.

    I will try to test if temperature/cooling has an effect of SOC stability. Earlier I tried 4.0 GHz + 3200-14-14-14-39 with full fans/pump and lowest fans/pump and got Code 8 at low fan settings. This happened while reported Tctl was around 70-75°C, so not exactly at CPU melting temps.
    im running this Team Group /T-Force Dark rog certified for intel boards..lol...
    its 3000mhz 16-18-18-18-38 timings.....currently at 2885 with 16-16-16-16-39 cr1 ....i keep finding ways to get it higher so far
    this board is very picky ....i am running 0.968/0.975 SoC voltage and testing it now..always testing...lol.......if i raise SoC any higher then 0.99 i will not boot ....
    if my SoC is too high it will act like ram voltage is too low ....and bclk voltage tuning is hard as well... this board freaks out when anything is too high and reports other things at fault .....
    i have been slowly testing and tuning and inchin my ram clocks higher since i installed the official 1002 bios
    and this thing just keeps getting faster .....
    i want better ram and i want more ram....so after all this bios tuning and ram thing gets figured out and is more stable i will make a decision
    on a 32 gig kit or 64 gig kit ....

    i did not know that there is a big voltage wall to jump over when you lock the pci-e lanes and sb to gen 3.0
    i can not boot any thing on bclk higher then 102.2 if i lock them ...they must be in 2.0 mode so i just leave them in auto now ....

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    I have been running Vsoc as high as 1.25 V to boot 3600 RAM. 1.15 V is what the board chooses on Auto when 3200 is used. So I have yet to see too high a Vsoc to keep me from booting, but you never know.

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