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Re: AMD Ryzen memory support
« Reply #350 on: 30-May-17, 18:52:12 »

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Would it fit? Yes.
However....other users have had issues with the MyDigitalSSD's on their boards. While I'm sure the SSD is OK, just be aware that you could (and I would assume you will) run into issues with it. 
I personally would not recommend getting it, and would recommend something else.
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Re: AMD Ryzen memory support
« Reply #351 on: 31-May-17, 03:10:55 »

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Would it fit? Yes.
However....other users have had issues with the MyDigitalSSD's on their boards. While I'm sure the SSD is OK, just be aware that you could (and I would assume you will) run into issues with it.
I personally would not recommend getting it, and would recommend something else.
can ask what would you use for os boot i have now ssd 240gb and sshd 2tb times two
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Re: AMD Ryzen memory support
« Reply #352 on: 31-May-17, 04:25:00 »

can ask what would you use for os boot i have now ssd 240gb and sshd 2tb times two

I mean, I would use the SSD to boot windows, and the other drives for storage.

That way your general performance of Windows is as high as possible. Games and such will take up a ton of space, and while 240 GB is decent, it's not really enough to hold more than 3 or 4 recent games anymore.
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Re: AMD Ryzen memory support
« Reply #353 on: 31-May-17, 15:30:29 »

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Re: AMD Ryzen memory support
« Reply #354 on: 01-June-17, 11:31:13 »

Would it fit? Yes.
However....other users have had issues with the MyDigitalSSD's on their boards. While I'm sure the SSD is OK, just be aware that you could (and I would assume you will) run into issues with it.
I personally would not recommend getting it, and would recommend something else.
Mine has been running fairly well for 2 weeks, in Linux however. Ant boot/reboot in windows and the shennanigans start again.
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Re: AMD Ryzen memory support
« Reply #355 on: 01-June-17, 14:24:48 »

I currently have 4 x Patriot Extreme 2400mhz on the latest BIOS with the X370 Carbon Gaming Pro

The chips will not post with anything higher than 2133mhz... no matter the timing or voltage, it just keeps resetting.

Anyone use the same chips?
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« Reply #356 on: 02-June-17, 02:44:52 »

Hello i wont to ask 
do the msi x370 motherboard have problem with ruining memory at dim 1 and 3 ?
i have the x370 krait gaming and my pc wont post when ram on slots 1 and 3.
when using 2 and 4 everything works fine.
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Re: AMD Ryzen memory support
« Reply #357 on: 02-June-17, 04:37:58 »

I currently have 4 x Patriot Extreme 2400mhz on the latest BIOS with the X370 Carbon Gaming Pro

The chips will not post with anything higher than 2133mhz... no matter the timing or voltage, it just keeps resetting.

Anyone use the same chips?

Have you tried upping the NB/SoC voltage? To 1.1V? 
Have you tried upping the DRAM voltage? To 1.45V?
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Re: AMD Ryzen memory support
« Reply #358 on: 02-June-17, 12:23:38 »

Just tried those settings and no luck so far...
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Re: AMD Ryzen memory support
« Reply #359 on: 03-June-17, 08:53:26 »

It says in the manual 2 sticks of ram or even one only work in 2 and 4 configuration.
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« Reply #360 on: 03-June-17, 21:28:17 »

It is listed as a qualified vendor but I'd like to hear if anyone here already has experience running G.SKILL Ripjaws V Series (2x8gb) (F4-3200C16D-16GVGB)  with the MSI X370 KRAIT GAMING? Did you get the listed 3200 speed?
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« Reply #361 on: 03-June-17, 21:57:42 »

It is listed as a qualified vendor but I'd like to hear if anyone here already has experience running G.SKILL Ripjaws V Series (2x8gb) (F4-3200C16D-16GVGB)  with the MSI X370 KRAIT GAMING? Did you get the listed 3200 speed?

Most likely they did not. Given that that motherboard doesn't have the latest AGESA 1.0.0.6 BIOS update yet, it probably will max out at around 2933 MHz, or maybe only 2667MHz. 
Once the next BIOS drops, it'll probably work at 2933 or 3000.
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Re: AMD Ryzen memory support
« Reply #362 on: 04-June-17, 15:20:56 »

So since this memory is listed as qualified I should expect for its support to be good with the BIOS? Is there some other memory that I should get instead?
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« Reply #363 on: 04-June-17, 17:44:52 »

So since this memory is listed as qualified I should expect for its support to be good with the BIOS? Is there some other memory that I should get instead?

I would expect it will work well.

I would not expect to get 3200 MHz. 

If you do (prior to the AGESA 1.0.0.6 update....), be happy and game on.
If not, wait for the next BIOS update and hope you can get higher speeds (like most other users are) with it then. You might get the rated 3200 MHz then.
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Re: AMD Ryzen memory support
« Reply #364 on: 04-June-17, 19:58:59 »

I have latest BETA BIOS 1.73 for MSI X370 XPower Gaming Titanium, and whilst I still cannot get to 3200 I was able to get my G.Skill Trident Z 3200 CL16 (Hynix A-Die) kit to 3066 stable at default timings of 16-18-18-18-38, Command Rate of 2T, DRAM Voltage @ 1.45V and SoC Voltage @ 1.1V.

Not looking good so far for 3200, either my kit isn't up for it, the BIOS needs more work, or my 1800X lost hard in silicon lottery for IMC. Either way, can't complain about not getting < 200Mhz more, she runs pretty fast already.
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« Reply #365 on: 05-June-17, 05:04:21 »

My memory for the Beta BIOS 1.62 TOMAHAWK wound up 3200 megahertz. Before that, the bios did not rise more than 2666 megahertz. I'm happy.
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« Reply #366 on: 07-June-17, 03:34:07 »

So,
I have a B350 Gaming pro Carbon and 2x8 gskill ripjaws V 3200mhz (f4-3200c16d-16gvkb) (16-18-18-38-2n)
With the latest bios I've managed to boot at 3200mhz with (xmp profile2) as well by typing the frequency and clocks manualy.
When it boots it runs 20passes of linx and a entire day of gaming without any problems.
The problem happens while booting, restarting, etc....
Every time the computer tries to boot, flicks, turns off and tries to boot again (5 atempts, atempting to fix the memory at 3200mhz).
After this the computer does two things, rarely, it manages to bot at 3200mhz at the 3rd or 4th atempt or, after the 5th atempt, it just resets the memory to 2133mhz and boots.
Tried to add memory voltage (1.38, 1.4, 1.45, 1.5), the problem pressists, it's not memory voltage related.
Tried losser timings, the problem pressists.
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I'm at 2933mhz (xmp profile1) without any problems.

Any Idea what I can do next to make this stable while booting at 3200mhz?
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« Reply #367 on: 07-June-17, 05:41:06 »

So,
I have a B350 Gaming pro Carbon and 2x8 gskill ripjaws V 3200mhz (f4-3200c16d-16gvkb) (16-18-18-38-2n)
With the latest bios I've managed to boot at 3200mhz with (xmp profile2) as well by typing the frequency and clocks manualy.
When it boots it runs 20passes of linx and a entire day of gaming without any problems.
The problem happens while booting, restarting, etc....
Every time the computer tries to boot, flicks, turns off and tries to boot again (5 atempts, atempting to fix the memory at 3200mhz).
After this the computer does two things, rarely, it manages to bot at 3200mhz at the 3rd or 4th atempt or, after the 5th atempt, it just resets the memory to 2133mhz and boots.
Tried to add memory voltage (1.38, 1.4, 1.45, 1.5), the problem pressists, it's not memory voltage related.
Tried losser timings, the problem pressists.
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I'm at 2933mhz (xmp profile1) without any problems.

Any Idea what I can do next to make this stable while booting at 3200mhz?

Have you tried increasing NB/SoC voltage to 1.1V? You could try up to 1.2V, but I wouldn't go higher than that for 24/7 usage.
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« Reply #368 on: 07-June-17, 08:28:45 »

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Hi. I just updated on the Titanium to new beta bios 1.74. Is there any information that you may obtain on the changes from bios 1.73? Just curiosus since I am not sure I am seeing much difference in settings. Thank you.
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« Reply #369 on: 07-June-17, 08:57:18 »

Have you tried increasing NB/SoC voltage to 1.1V? You could try up to 1.2V, but I wouldn't go higher than that for 24/7 usage.


Ill try that as soon as I get home from work, thanks for the advice. :D
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« Reply #370 on: 07-June-17, 10:05:44 »

Hi. I just updated on the Titanium to new beta bios 1.74. Is there any information that you may obtain on the changes from bios 1.73? Just curiosus since I am not sure I am seeing much difference in settings. Thank you.

See : https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=283344.0 2nd note.
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« Reply #371 on: 07-June-17, 11:37:59 »

I am using ryzen 1600 with two dual channel corsair 2400 dims. Is there any possibility to overclock. I tried to overclock it to 2666 and booted successfully with a looser timings but the next I booted it didnt get past the bios.
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« Reply #372 on: 07-June-17, 12:13:11 »

I am using ryzen 1600 with two dual channel corsair 2400 dims. Is there any possibility to overclock. I tried to overclock it to 2666 and booted successfully with a looser timings but the next I booted it didnt get past the bios.
I suggest you open new thread in Overclocking area.
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« Reply #373 on: 07-June-17, 16:58:41 »

See : https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=283344.0 2nd note.


Thank you. Just letting you know I replaced my 4 dimm single rank Flare-X  dimms today with a kit of two 16GB dual rank dimms, also Samsung B-die with 14-14-14-34 timings for DDR4 3200. AS soon as I loaded the XMP profile into bios they  booted up at 3200mhz with Command Rate 1.  MY leeson learned is never occupy both dimm slots in a channel if you want maximum throughput. Dual rank is not good but 2 dual ranks dimms at same memory speed and timings will kick arse on 4 single rank dimms . I hope all of you are paying attention to this. lesson. I learned it the hard way.
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« Reply #374 on: 07-June-17, 22:24:16 »


Ill try that as soon as I get home from work, thanks for the advice. :D
Try don`t restart PC before the the CPU and memory don't gets a colder. When I have that problem on B350 Gaming PRO - my platform is very warm after tests and hard games. After 10-15 minuts of idle pc restart only twice, and don`t clear memory settings.
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« Reply #375 on: 08-June-17, 10:15:43 »

MSI B350 Gaming Pro with latest firmware. (2.60)
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Ryzen R5 1600 @ stock.
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Corsair Vengeance LPX 3200 ( CMK16GX4M2B3200C16 )
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3200 MHz achievable?
(As is claimed by MSI on their QVL for this motherboard: https://www.msi.com/Motherboard/support/B350M-GAMING-PRO.html#support-cpu )
Nope!

Setting A-XMP in the bios to either 1, or 2, fails to boot.
Manual setting to 3200MHz with optimal XMP timings & voltage fails to boot.
Manual setting to 3200MHz with any of the more lax XMP timings listed by SIV fails to boot.

The best I've managed so far with manual timings is 2933MHz, with the below timings:



Any suggestions?
Having a Qualfiied Vendor List is great....... but it being inaccurate is really really bad for brand integrity & customer satisfaction.
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« Reply #376 on: 08-June-17, 10:29:45 »

3200 MHz achievable?
(As is claimed by MSI on their QVL for this motherboard: https://www.msi.com/Motherboard/support/B350M-GAMING-PRO.html#support-cpu )
Nope!

Setting A-XMP in the bios to either 1, or 2, fails to boot.
Manual setting to 3200MHz with optimal XMP timings & voltage fails to boot.
Manual setting to 3200MHz with any of the more lax XMP timings listed by SIV fails to boot.

The best I've managed so far with manual timings is 2933MHz, with the below timings:

Any suggestions?
Having a Qualfiied Vendor List is great....... but it being inaccurate is really really bad for brand integrity & customer satisfaction.

Give it some time, when the next BETA BIOS with AGESA 1.0.0.6 support is added, it will (most likely) get the speed the memory is rated at. It will open up much more timing capabilities (which is all controlled by AMD, not MSI).
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« Reply #377 on: 08-June-17, 11:09:05 »

MSI B350 Gaming Pro with latest firmware. (2.60)
Any suggestions?
Having a Qualfiied Vendor List is great....... but it being inaccurate is really really bad for brand integrity & customer satisfaction.

Yep, I have. Try this settings ------ NB voltage = 1.000 V (it`s lover than autovoltage, but it`s enough) ||||||||||| then RAM freguency = 3200 mhz ||||||||||| then timings = 16-16-16-16-36 ||||||||||| then RAM voltage 1.35 - 1.38 V ||||||||| EVERYTHING ELSE ON AUTO!!!
If that dont help - clear CMOS with jumper and try again.
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« Reply #378 on: 08-June-17, 12:34:48 »

Used the latest beta (1.65?). my Corsair Vengeance LPX 3200 ( CMK32GX4M4B3200C16W) is now up to 2933 at 16-18-18-18-36, where until now I was at 2400 14-16-16 etc. Good work!
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« Reply #379 on: 10-June-17, 06:44:42 »

Used the latest beta (1.65?). my Corsair Vengeance LPX 3200 ( CMK32GX4M4B3200C16W) is now up to 2933 at 16-18-18-18-36, where until now I was at 2400 14-16-16 etc. Good work!



you can use the beta bios to get up too 3200mhz if you like 
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« Reply #380 on: 12-June-17, 00:45:39 »

Because the entire MSI forum is bloated with topics related to AMD Ryzen CPUs and B350 motherboards.

1) The XMP (overclocking) profiles have been designed by Intel for the Intel CPUs.
They are not even guaranteed by Intel to work on any Intel CPU.
Trying to make them work on the AMD CPUs is gambling.

2) At these moment these are the memory configs & speeds guaranteed by AMD for their Ryzen CPUs:
1866 MHz for 4 DIMMs in dual channel and dual rank.
2133 MHz for 4 DIMMs in dual channel and single rank.
2400 MHz for 2 DIMMs in dual channel and dual rank.
2666 MHz for 2 DIMMs in dual channel and single rank.
Anything above that is gambling.

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Thanks so much for this^^. One question, I was looking at achieving 3200 MHz with my Corsair Vengence LPX 3200 MHz ram (4x8GB - 4 Slots). Does anyone think this will eventually be possible with future bios updates. CPU: R7 1800X (currently at 4Ghz @ 1.375V), MB: MSI X370 Gaming Pro Carbon. At the moment I can reach 2666/7 MHz with 4 slots occupied, A-XMP causes boot loop. I know there is a lot going on at the moment with Ryzen and RAM so I am willing to wait while MSI does what they have to do to get this working properly....any chance of at ETA?
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Re: AMD Ryzen memory support
« Reply #381 on: 12-June-17, 01:01:42 »

Thanks so much for this^^. One question, I was looking at achieving 3200 MHz with my Corsair Vengence LPX 3200 MHz ram (4x8GB - 4 Slots). Does anyone think this will eventually be possible with future bios updates. CPU: R7 1800X (currently at 4Ghz @ 1.375V), MB: MSI X370 Gaming Pro Carbon. At the moment I can reach 2666/7 MHz with 4 slots occupied, A-XMP causes boot loop. I know there is a lot going on at the moment with Ryzen and RAM so I am willing to wait while MSI does what they have to do to get this working properly....any chance of at ETA?
Because the entire MSI forum is bloated with topics related to AMD Ryzen CPUs and B350 motherboards.

1) The XMP (overclocking) profiles have been designed by Intel for the Intel CPUs.
They are not even guaranteed by Intel to work on any Intel CPU.
Trying to make them work on the AMD CPUs is gambling.

2) At these moment these are the memory configs & speeds guaranteed by AMD for their Ryzen CPUs:
1866 MHz for 4 DIMMs in dual channel and dual rank.
2133 MHz for 4 DIMMs in dual channel and single rank.
2400 MHz for 2 DIMMs in dual channel and dual rank.
2666 MHz for 2 DIMMs in dual channel and single rank.
Anything above that is gambling.

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Re: AMD Ryzen memory support
« Reply #382 on: 12-June-17, 06:48:15 »

There is something that I don't understand about overclocking memory and cold boot. When I set the frequency to 3200Mhz in BIOS then reboot, everything is ok and Windows' task manager shows the good frequency. However, when I power on my PC after a long period off, I've got 5 failed memory tries and the memory goes back to 2133Mhz. Someone can explain why ? :undecided:
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Re: AMD Ryzen memory support
« Reply #383 on: 12-June-17, 06:59:02 »

There is something that I don't understand about overclocking memory and cold boot. When I set the frequency to 3200Mhz in BIOS then reboot, everything is ok and Windows' task manager shows the good frequency. However, when I power on my PC after a long period off, I've got 5 failed memory tries and the memory goes back to 2133Mhz. Someone can explain why ? :undecided:

Are you using A-XMP? Or manually setting the frequency to 3200? Or memory try it?
What voltages are you using? for NB/SoC and DRAM?

Generally, what is likely happening is that on cold boot it just isn't enough to reach those settings and it fails, however after the computer has been running for a time, it can reach those settings and then boots.
Essentially, you have an instability and have to figure out why that is. Maybe it's not enough voltage, maybe it's because the timing it too tight.
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Re: AMD Ryzen memory support
« Reply #384 on: 12-June-17, 08:32:09 »

 I was looking at achieving 3200 MHz with my Corsair Vengence LPX 3200 MHz ram (4x8GB - 4 Slots).
Does anyone think this will eventually be possible with future bios updates. CPU: R7 1800X (currently at 4Ghz @ 1.375V), MB: MSI X370 Gaming Pro Carbon.
At the moment I can reach 2666/7 MHz with 4 slots occupied, A-XMP causes boot loop.

For 2933 MHz with 4 memory modules, try with CAS = 18,  DRAM voltage = 1.36...1.40V and NB/SoC voltage = 1.1V
Depending on your CPU quality it might work (stable) or not.
If yes, you can try at 3200 MHz.
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« Reply #385 on: 12-June-17, 12:36:05 »

Well the store I purchased my 32Gb Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4 3000 Mhz  memory kit from has agreed to swap them out for another memory kit.
The kit is CMK32GX4M2B3000C15 memory kit.

I cant help but notice how there is lack of support for memory around the 3000 Mhz frequency...
So I definitely don't want to be faffing around 3000 Mhz
And am looking to upgrade to maybe 3200Mhz instead.
Because there is more support for that than there is for 3000 Mhz

So I have looked in the store till my eyes went cross-eyed even more than normal.
I just cannot seem to find any memory which matches...
As in 2 sticks of 16gb....

Store address: http://aria.co.uk (in Manchester UK)

Or have things rolled along?
And is it NOW possible to use 4 sticks of (say) 8gb and STILL attain the higher frequency of 3200 Mhz?

It's kind of urgent now, as I whiled away the weekend trying to find a compatible kit in the store website,
But it's a little beyond me now.... Maybe the most I can delay is till Wednesday at which point I either take my PC to the store and they can health check it
And health check the memory to ensure its not damaged before RMA-ing it and then I buy a new kit...

I don't want to and cannot afford to buy a kit for £300
I would like to spend around the same price as I spent on the CMK32GX4M2B3000C15 kit +/- 50 pounds at the most...

So please come-on all you guys with an X370 and 32gb Ram running at 3000 Mhz +
Please share your timings and memory kit number/name & cost too if thats not too much to ask.



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Re: AMD Ryzen memory support
« Reply #386 on: 13-June-17, 02:45:42 »

Are you using A-XMP? Or manually setting the frequency to 3200? Or memory try it?
What voltages are you using? for NB/SoC and DRAM?

Generally, what is likely happening is that on cold boot it just isn't enough to reach those settings and it fails, however after the computer has been running for a time, it can reach those settings and then boots.
Essentially, you have an instability and have to figure out why that is. Maybe it's not enough voltage, maybe it's because the timing it too tight.
I used A-XMP (profile 1 or 2), set the frequency manually with "auto"  by default on timings but no attempt with memory try it.
About the voltages I changed literally nothing, I haven't enough knowledge to set values by myself ^^ 

I hope the stable BIOS will resolve this issue, 2933Mhz is the best so far stable frequency for Corsair CMK16GX4M2B3200C16 on my PC.

Thanks for your help :) 

PS : Maybe I can try with Ryzen Master App to OC the RAM as well ?
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« Reply #387 on: 13-June-17, 04:38:33 »

I used A-XMP (profile 1 or 2), set the frequency manually with "auto"  by default on timings but no attempt with memory try it.
About the voltages I changed literally nothing, I haven't enough knowledge to set values by myself ^^

I hope the stable BIOS will resolve this issue, 2933Mhz is the best so far stable frequency for Corsair CMK16GX4M2B3200C16 on my PC.

Thanks for your help :)

PS : Maybe I can try with Ryzen Master App to OC the RAM as well ?

Set NB/SoC voltage to 1.1V
Set the DRAM voltage to 1.4V or 1.45V
(Both of those voltages are still within the safe ranges, NB shouldn't go higher than 1.2V and DRAM no higher than 1.5V for 24/7 usage)

Then try manually selecting the frequency you want. That might help allow you to achieve it.
I wouldn't be surprised if you just can't reach 3200 MHz though. 
What you need to remember is that this is still an overclock, and it is NOT guaranteed to work just because your memory is 3200. Remember, the memory speed is controlled and directly connected to the CPU, and if the CPU isn't capable of doing it, it doesn't matter how good the memory is.

The majority of users have gotten much better results with the newer BIOS's, with many now being able to hit 3200 and beyond in some cases.
But realistically, the difference between even 2933 and 3200 is very minor performance wise (the performance increase is linear until right around 3000 MHz) that I wouldn't even worry about it for games or everyday use. The only time it even begins to show up is with memory bandwidth applications. Other than that, 2933 is pretty damn good and a huge improvement over 2133 by default. :)
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Re: AMD Ryzen memory support
« Reply #388 on: 13-June-17, 06:47:31 »

Set NB/SoC voltage to 1.1V
Set the DRAM voltage to 1.4V or 1.45V
(Both of those voltages are still within the safe ranges, NB shouldn't go higher than 1.2V and DRAM no higher than 1.5V for 24/7 usage)

Then try manually selecting the frequency you want. That might help allow you to achieve it.
I wouldn't be surprised if you just can't reach 3200 MHz though.
What you need to remember is that this is still an overclock, and it is NOT guaranteed to work just because your memory is 3200. Remember, the memory speed is controlled and directly connected to the CPU, and if the CPU isn't capable of doing it, it doesn't matter how good the memory is.

The majority of users have gotten much better results with the newer BIOS's, with many now being able to hit 3200 and beyond in some cases.
But realistically, the difference between even 2933 and 3200 is very minor performance wise (the performance increase is linear until right around 3000 MHz) that I wouldn't even worry about it for games or everyday use. The only time it even begins to show up is with memory bandwidth applications. Other than that, 2933 is pretty damn good and a huge improvement over 2133 by default. :)
I will try your voltages tonight, thanks for your help I appreciate it.
You're right, I'm happy to reach a stable frequency at 2933Mhz :)
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Re: AMD Ryzen memory support
« Reply #389 on: 13-June-17, 07:31:45 »

Beta bios fixxed my problem!!!  V 1.62. :agrees:

I have a dual channel kit - G.Skill F4-3200-C16-8GVKB

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Re: AMD Ryzen memory support
« Reply #390 on: 13-June-17, 19:35:20 »

I like to check the memory support and bios availability everyday as part of my routine until the ddr4 memory issues are ironed out.

And I could not help but notice that the RYZEN SUPPORTED SPEED column no longer has all the speeds that one can expect to attain.
Instead it has been replaced with the Memory IC  types like samsung/hynix etc....

This is the QVL list for my mobo, 
I did not check other models to see if the same applies to them...


What is the reasoning behind this?
I can't help but think this is not helping customers,
on the contrary it is kind of leaving them more in the dark?
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Re: AMD Ryzen memory support
« Reply #391 on: 14-June-17, 15:28:23 »

I like to check the memory support and bios availability everyday as part of my routine until the ddr4 memory issues are ironed out.

And I could not help but notice that the RYZEN SUPPORTED SPEED column no longer has all the speeds that one can expect to attain.
Instead it has been replaced with the Memory IC  types like samsung/hynix etc....

This is the QVL list for my mobo,
I did not check other models to see if the same applies to them...


What is the reasoning behind this?
I can't help but think this is not helping customers,
on the contrary it is kind of leaving them more in the dark?


Sorry to ask again.....
I was wondering what the reasoning behind removing the SUPPORTED SPEED data-column in the QVL for my motherboard model?
And replacing it with a brand name? as that doesn't help me to choose replacement very much...

Motherboard: X370 Carbon Gaming Pro 

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« Reply #392 on: 14-June-17, 16:09:44 »


Sorry to ask again.....
I was wondering what the reasoning behind removing the SUPPORTED SPEED data-column in the QVL for my motherboard model?
And replacing it with a brand name? as that doesn't help me to choose replacement very much...

Motherboard: X370 Carbon Gaming Pro

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It's not the brand name, it's the name of the die manufacturer.
Some die manufacturer's have better compatibility than others, and provide better speeds.
Samsung, for instance, generally has the best compatibility and highest speeds.

Generally, Samsung > Micron > SK Hynix > anything else
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« Reply #393 on: 15-June-17, 10:05:10 »

It's not the brand name, it's the name of the die manufacturer.
Some die manufacturer's have better compatibility than others, and provide better speeds.
Samsung, for instance, generally has the best compatibility and highest speeds.

Generally, Samsung > Micron > SK Hynix > anything else


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« Reply #394 on: 16-June-17, 09:30:41 »

Hey Everyone, I'm currently getting random BSODS that occur usually when I try to watch videos/when I'm doing something demands a high amount of memory.

these BSODS are typically

Kmode_exception_not handled
IRQL_not_equal_to_less than

My specs are:
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G.Skill Ripjaws V (2x16) F4-2400C15D-32GVR

Right now I'm running at 2133MHz with the default timings and default voltage (15-15-15-35-2N 1.2V). It just happens to BSOD typically right after I boot/pull up the internet. Seemingly more so when I run the sticks at 2400MHz. I've run memtest/memory diagnostic and they both have returned 0 errors. However I haven't run each stick individually (I plan to do that this weekend). I'm curious if these BSODS might indicate bad ram? Or could the BSOD be because of bad timings? I don't have XMP enabled, I'm updated on BIOS and drivers. I just can't seem to solve these BSODS. Also I know this RAM isn't on the QVL...it originally was when the board was released but now its not....so I'm a bit stuck.

I can post links to memory dumps if anyone needs more information!

Try to re-install your network card and see if that fixes it.

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« Reply #395 on: 16-June-17, 10:43:04 »

Hey Everyone, I'm currently getting random BSODS that occur usually when I try to watch videos/when I'm doing something demands a high amount of memory.

these BSODS are typically

Kmode_exception_not handled
IRQL_not_equal_to_less than

My specs are:
x370 MSI Carbon Pro gaming
G.Skill Ripjaws V (2x16) F4-2400C15D-32GVR

Right now I'm running at 2133MHz with the default timings and default voltage (15-15-15-35-2N 1.2V). It just happens to BSOD typically right after I boot/pull up the internet. Seemingly more so when I run the sticks at 2400MHz. I've run memtest/memory diagnostic and they both have returned 0 errors. However I haven't run each stick individually (I plan to do that this weekend). I'm curious if these BSODS might indicate bad ram? Or could the BSOD be because of bad timings? I don't have XMP enabled, I'm updated on BIOS and drivers. I just can't seem to solve these BSODS. Also I know this RAM isn't on the QVL...it originally was when the board was released but now its not....so I'm a bit stuck.

I can post links to memory dumps if anyone needs more information!

Make a post in the appropriate section. This really doesn't belong here to be perfectly honest.
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« Reply #396 on: 17-June-17, 18:58:14 »

how can i talk to somone without typeing out my full PC spec's when it isnt the pc issue just want to Register a videocard tried putting in a ticket but i dont know all i have and S/N so i have to take apart my pc to get S / N just to talk to someone
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« Reply #397 on: 17-June-17, 20:31:14 »

how can i talk to somone without typeing out my full PC spec's when it isnt the pc issue just want to Register a videocard tried putting in a ticket but i dont know all i have and S/N so i have to take apart my pc to get S / N just to talk to someone

This isn't the section for this. 

And posting something like this, right after the post RIGHT ABOVE THIS discusses another user not posting in the proper place. I mean, really, c'mon guys. It's really not that hard to just make a post in the proper section for something. 

Lastly, it won't matter. We here on the forums really have absolutely, positively nothing to do with the registering of cards/boards/products. In fact, we can't help at all.
Call MSI if you're having such issues. Their phone number is listed there. You can also see : >>How to contact MSI.<<
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« Reply #398 on: 18-June-17, 03:19:31 »

Hi! Help me pls.
I have b350 tomahawk with G.SKILL Ripjaws V Gunmetal Gray DDR4 3200MHz 16GB Kit 2x8GB XMP (F4-3200C16D-16GVGB).
I was able to run it 2900 with timings 18 18 18 42. At 3200 it does not want to start, even with the 1.64 bios. (Officially the memory is not supported by the motherboard)
What do you think about PATRIOT 16 GB (2x8GB) DDR4 3200 MHz Viper Elite Gray? (The memory is officially supported by the motherboard)
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« Reply #399 on: 18-June-17, 03:50:02 »

This isn't the section for this.

And posting something like this, right after the post RIGHT ABOVE THIS discusses another user not posting in the proper place. I mean, really, c'mon guys. It's really not that hard to just make a post in the proper section for something.

Lastly, it won't matter. We here on the forums really have absolutely, positively nothing to do with the registering of cards/boards/products. In fact, we can't help at all.
Call MSI if you're having such issues. Their phone number is listed there. You can also see : >>How to contact MSI.<<

sry i was just asking a question i wasnt asking for you guys to do something it was a question and it is fine ban me for asking question was thinking you guys could lead me in the right place sorry ill not come back here 
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