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    MotherboardASUS ROG Crosshair VI Hero
    ProcessorAMD Ryzen 7 1700
    Memory (part number)CMK16GX4M2B3200C16R
    Graphics Card #1ASUS ROG Strix RX 480 OC
    Sound CardS1220
    MonitorLG IPS235*2
    CPU CoolerWraith Spire
    CasePhanteks Enthoo Luxe
    Power SupplyeVGA Supernova G2 1000W
    Keyboard Logitech G710+
    Mouse Logitech G502
    Headset Sennheiser HD518
    OS Arch Linux

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    Quote Originally Posted by Demoniacstar View Post
    i get the same type of code....stuck on red light with 55.....ive seen it be caused by low vcore.....and or low PLL voltage will also cause that ..for some reason even at stock settings pll likes to be around 1.875 on my board.... too much SoC voltage will also cause this to happen
    this board is not a bad board if you slow down and learn it .,.....it's not like magic ..put it together and poof it's the fastest thing ever
    it takes work and a lot ...and i do mean a lot of patients .....you just can't jump from 2133 to 2666 or 3200 ...you have to work it up to it ...so it learns ..as well as you learning what it needs what as far as voltages.....
    everyone thinks if you slap these things together and slam the voltage to them it's all you gotta do to get it overclock...its does not work like that ....this bios and this platform are totally new ....it is better to learn how to use these board and overclocking features then it is to just see someone's settings and try them ....each and every system is different and will use different voltages and this board and Ryzen alone seem to be very picky when it comes to the voltages it will run at.......
    if you're raising bclk you need to raise the pll voltage.....if your going for higher then 2666 you have to raise the pll voltage due to the fact that most ram wont go higher unless you set 2666 and raise thru bclk....
    to low pll will give you that 55 code....
    to low ram volts will show f9 or 0d code
    to much soc will make cpu stick on red light with code 33.....or you will get the 8 code.....when you see the 8....you turn the psu off at the psu .....
    reboot try again...lol....and again ....and again ....and again .....
    i should really make a video on all this man....
    i have spent the better part of two weeks every day testing and tuning i have learned a lot about this system and the way it works
    not once sence i have built this have i needed to hit the bios reset button cept the first time i powered it in
    i have always got into bios on a bad oc....the reset button the boot to bios button and the retry button are way better then on the old crosshair boards....
    even if it dont boot right away i keep messing and pressing those buttons io can get into bios.....
    and i have yet to see any real ...and i mean a real overclocking video that shows people how to overclock and what to do when things fail like so many people have seen.....and then just think the motherboard is crap ....when in fact it is not!......
    if you would like some help on that board before sending it back ...we can do a google hangouts chat and i can lend a hand to help you get it up and running
    Thank you so much! PLL voltage hit the nail on the head, I am consistently passing POST with no errors at DOCP Standard profile. Running my Corsair Vengence LPX at 3200MHz16-18-18-18-36 1.35V.

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