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XMP is now working on 3200mhz corsair ram. It was not part of the approved QVL but is still working in the bios . Ran some benchmarks and games with no crashes , seems stable.
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Originally posted by gizmic gizmic wrote:

why do you sleep the system?


To save energy and continue where I left of, without having to open all programs and documents again.

No matter why, the MB should be able to support a standard Windows feature without any problems. I don't think that's to much to expect.
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just tested it works just fine 2am-9am

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On 3.77 Taichi Ultimate and they still need to fix VDDD when running any Ram at 3600. Anything lower and the CLDO VDDG is ok at .9504. and that should be 1.0000.
So still work needs to be done.
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Any thing at 3600 ram and it at .6669 so
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cant you change them manually? i havent venture out of auto except for undervolting the cpu and dram voltages

but can surely do more than 3600
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Originally posted by gizmic gizmic wrote:

cant you change them manually? i havent venture out of auto except for undervolting the cpu and dram voltages

but can surely do more than 3600

No. The point is that the BIOS setting is ignored once you get to 3600 MT/s.
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I agree the SOC is set to 1.2 after setting memory to 3600/1800 or above. Then as you know CLDO VDDG drops to 0.6669. Hope ASRock is reading this. I'm running at 1766 vs 1800 and that is the only fix I've found. Nice tight timings. 14-14-14-28-42 and other lower tweaks to the memory bus.
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I set SOC to 1.05 and the memory to 3600/1800 CLDO VDDG drops to 0,6669 CLDO VDDP
1.0979 the memory is running at 1800.2/1799.6

ASROCK X470 Taichi bios L3.77 Ryzen 3700X
AMD Ryzen 7 3700X All core at 4200
Noctua NH-U12A
Nvidia 1060 6gb
Samsung 970 Pro M.2
Samsung 860 EVO M.2
TeamGroup Dark Pro "8Pack Edition" 4x8 32GB PC4-25600C14 3200c14 running at 3600C16 at 1.380
Seasonic 750 Platinuim
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Originally posted by John29 John29 wrote:

I set SOC to 1.05 and the memory to 3600/1800 CLDO VDDG drops to 0,6669 CLDO VDDP
1.0979 the memory is running at 1800.2/1799.6

ASROCK X470 Taichi bios L3.77 Ryzen 3700X
AMD Ryzen 7 3700X All core at 4200
Noctua NH-U12A
Nvidia 1060 6gb
Samsung 970 Pro M.2
Samsung 860 EVO M.2


TeamGroup Dark Pro "8Pack Edition" 4x8 32GB PC4-25600C14 3200c14 running at 3600C16 at 1.380
Seasonic 750 Platinuim


That is what I'm seeing on my Taichi Ultimate and I hope ASRock fixes this as I never had that problem with bios 3.40 with 3.77 and below it has been there. Thank for your post and reply so that ASRock does something about it. In there next bios revision.
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