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Originally posted by Light875 Light875 wrote:

Originally posted by datonyb datonyb wrote:

the 1t or 2t is another setting 1t being aggressive timing and is ryzen default at the moment (most sticks are set to work at 2t which is more relaxed hence why even at the sticker numbers it may still not be stable due to the hidden 1t command rate


Can't see that setting anywhere in the BIOS, but CPU-Z shows it as set to 2T at present.


There is not a Command Rate option setting yet in any ASRock Ryzen boards. It will be coming in a few weeks, or should be, once the new AMD AGESA CPU microcode has been added in a UEFI/BIOS update, along with new memory timing settings, including Command Rate.

Have you tried running your memory at 2133 for a few days and see if you still get random BSODs?

If you download the CPU-Z program, run it and click on the SPD tab, it will show you all the standard memory timing values programmed into it. That will show you what latency values are valid at each speed. There are only four memory timing parameters in the UEFI/BIOS now, which is very minimal, so it should be easy to match and set values.

http://www.cpuid.com/softwares/cpu-z.html

Your memory is rated for 2400 at 1.2V, but a small increase to 1.25V won't harm anything. Ryzen systems seem to have trouble getting to the highest rated speed of some memory models, and since your memory is only rated up to 2400, it might have a little instability

You did not mention installing any drivers after installing Windows. Did you at least run the AMD All in One driver installation package?
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