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    Tried BIOS 1701 - same problem.

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    I was able to boot up at 3066MHz by setting ProcODT to 43,6. Hope that bootability at 3066MHz will last with this setting.

    Also tried all ProcODT values for booting up 3200MHz but none worked.

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    Even with ProcODT set to 43,6 - at 3066MHz sometimes it boots, sometimes not. At least 2933MHz works so far.

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    Did not boot at 3066MHz with ProcODT set to 43,6.

    Changed RTT PARK from RZQ/7 to RZQ/5 and it booted.

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    Trying out alternative termination block settings:

    RTT NOM = Disabled
    RTT WR = Off
    RTT PARK = Auto

    So far I am booting fine at 3066MHz. At 3200MHz it doesnt help bootability though.

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    Failure to boot at 3066MHz again. At least 2933MHz worked.

    The board behaves inconsistently with the same settings.

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    I can confirm that the CPU IMC was indeed the culprit.

    I have RMAed the CPU yesterday and today got a new one. The motherboard boots up with 3200MHz DOCP without any problems and AIDA64 System Stability Test is running for 40minutes already without any issues.

    I would like to suggest that you add G.Skill F4-3200C14D-16GTZRX to your ASUS Crosshair VI Extreme QVL as I can confirm that it works with the motherboard flawlessly. (ASUS Support insisted it is not on the QVL due to the RX suffix)

    This is my first G.Skill memory (I've been buying Corsair before) and I am very satisfied with it and the motherboard!

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dusank View Post
    I can confirm that the CPU IMC was indeed the culprit.
    I have RMAed the CPU yesterday and today got a new one.
    Great! How did you get the CPU RMA approved with the CPU that was actually working according to AMD specifications, since AMD does not guarantee any memory speed above 2667MHz?

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    most likely seg fault

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    I was very worried that the distributor might refuse to RMA the CPU for that very reason.

    But no questions asked, they simply immediately accepted my reasoning, did not even check the CPU whether I've damaged it trough OCing and it really fails to boot.

    I RMAed it in the morning and at 5pm I've already got a message that I can pick up a new CPU at their warehouse.

    Thus I am either very lucky or the distributor got an awesome/insane RMA department I guess.

    Next time I will have to speed up diagnosing of the culprit since up to 2 weeks after purchase one is eligible to return the merchandise for a full refund without reason when it is bought from an eshop.

    The fact that AMD does not guarantee IMC running at speeds above 2667MHz is really a sick self defeating policy IMHO. They should change that ASAP. When one invests in the best/most expensive AM4 motherboard and best/most expensive 3200MHz memory it is unaceptable to be let down by a faulty CPU and have to run at speeds that could have been easily achieved with components for half the price.

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