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  • No 3200 for TridentZ 3200 & Asus Prime X370-A & Ryzen 7 1700X?

    I've recently purchased a G Skll TridentZ kit (F4-3200C16-8GTZKY x 2, on package marking is F43200C16D-16GTZKY) Now I have it installed in my Asus Prime X370-A motherboard with AMD Ryzen 7 1700X on it. When I entered UEFI/BIOS to configure RAM clocking, the system showed that there is a preinstalled option (D.O.C.P DDR4-3200 16-18-18-38-1,35V), so I've updated my BIOS to the latest version and turned this option on, but my system (Windows 10) keeps crashing and wont start at all with this option on. Without it recognizes my memory set only as a DDR4-2133. Still, with DOCP on I can enter BIOS and configure my system, so I guess the problem is with Windows, or is it?
    Please, help me to figure out this issue.

    Thank you!

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    The system may be unstable with those settings. You can manually lower DRAM Frequency to see what value it can boot up and be stable. You can then attempt to stabilize a higher frequency by fine tuning the SoC Voltage and/or others to see if the system can support it. If not, a lower frequency with lower timings may be you best set up. Let us know how it goes.

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