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    Quote Originally Posted by fatbax View Post
    Hi, I need help with my board I updated it to 1201 and now my Ram wont run over 2133mhz, even after dialing all the settings, it restarts and the settings show but the info on the right in bios still shows 2133mhz and cpu-z also shows 2133...

    Please help
    AFAIK 1201 was really only some minor bug fixes aimed at Logitech G series keyboards, no real gains over 1107. That said, from what I understand the process to get back to 1107 requires a minor workaround. From what I have read, trying to flash 1107 or prior in AIS3 or in bios results in a message that it can't install the bios, but putting it on a FAT32 formatted USB stick with the filename C6H.CAP, and using the flashback USB port and the flashback button on the rear IO panel will successfully put you back on 1107, and as usual, clear cmos prior to this for good measure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eight-bit View Post
    AFAIK 1201 was really only some minor bug fixes aimed at Logitech G series keyboards, no real gains over 1107. That said, from what I understand the process to get back to 1107 requires a minor workaround. From what I have read, trying to flash 1107 or prior in AIS3 or in bios results in a message that it can't install the bios, but putting it on a FAT32 formatted USB stick with the filename C6H.CAP, and using the flashback USB port and the flashback button on the rear IO panel will successfully put you back on 1107, and as usual, clear cmos prior to this for good measure.
    Thanks I went back 1002 as thats the only stable build I found on the website.

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    No problems with 1201 here, in fact my 1700 overclock improved a bit over last version.
    If you guys are having problems, then I'm guessing there's a value somewhere that you're ignoring, or not used to tweaking.

    I do my overclocking with AI suite, and the "normal" overclock with AVX enabled improved by 1% (ran it 3 times with last bios and the result was always 25%)
    With 1201 it's now 26%. (3.8ghz)

    3200 memory running at 2666, same as last time.
    I'm not sure if bothering to attempt getting it running higher is worth it at this point.

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    I have been using this for over a week now with no real instability issues. The only programme that has shown issues was pinnacle 20, but I think this was more a file format problem over system concerns. Boot times on mine are around 26 second mark from cold. My biggest issue was fan noise and the ability to reduce the speeds themselves. I am down to a very reasonable level now, and my system stays below 60ºc (140ºf).

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    CPU is set to 3.85 and peaking @ 3.93.

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    This might help on the ram clocking more than 2133

    Quote Originally Posted by fatbax View Post
    Hi, I need help with my board I updated it to 1201 and now my Ram wont run over 2133mhz, even after dialing all the settings, it restarts and the settings show but the info on the right in bios still shows 2133mhz and cpu-z also shows 2133...

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    go to bios > advanced>AMD CBS>UMC common options>DDR4 common options in this you can find ProcODT , change the value to 68.6ohm, you will be able to run ram with higher clocks than 2133. I had this same issue when i went from 1002 to 1107. saw this value in the some post here, couldnt find it to send you. After putting the ProcODT value from Auto to 68.9ohm, i was able to get back my ram speeds.

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