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  • Baio73
    started a topic F4-3600C16D-16GTZR don't work on ASUS CH7 Hero WiFi

    F4-3600C16D-16GTZR don't work on ASUS CH7 Hero WiFi

    Hi there,
    Just got a kit of these RAM (F4-3600C16D-16GTZR) and I can't get them to work at full speed in my Asus CrossHair Hero VII WiFi mainboard.
    If I manually set the voltage to 1.4v I am able to set RAM speed till 3400MHz, higher speeds result in boot failures (classic RAM beeps).
    The CPU is an AMD Ryzen 2700x (no overclock), latest 1201 BIOS with quite everything set to "Auto", RAM sticks are in B2-A2 slots.
    Even @3400MHz I have random reboots in Windows 10 or games that go back to desktop.
    Can someone please help me?
    Thanks.

    Baio

  • Baio73
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    Originally posted by GSKILL TECH View Post
    Highest with a single module and both modules installed is 3400?

    You may want to adjust SOC Voltage to see what value works best for each setting. One method is to scale up from 2933 or 3200

    Let us know how it goes
    Hi there,
    Just a little up to tell that Asus' latest BIOS v 2103 combined with manual setting of DRAM voltage (1.41v) solved the problem as I'm currently using RAM @ 3.400MHz.
    Thank you.

    Baio

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  • GSKILL TECH
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    Highest with a single module and both modules installed is 3400?

    You may want to adjust SOC Voltage to see what value works best for each setting. One method is to scale up from 2933 or 3200

    Let us know how it goes

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  • Baio73
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    Tried step by step, no way above 3400.
    SoC voltage (as everything else) set on AUTO in BIOS.
    No DOCP and no manual setting, just AUTO everywhere.
    Last edited by Baio73; 01-26-2019, 08:01 PM.

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  • GSKILL TECH
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    Have you tried one at a time to see if you can reach 3600?

    Did you raise SoC Voltage any?

    Did you enable DOCP or use manual settings?

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