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Originally posted by Drain_Bamaged Drain_Bamaged wrote:

Dude, this platform is so flaky. I had a stable system until this morning. Using much the same settings. Now it boot cycles if I use that profile. I started from scratch, enabled XMP for RAM at 2933 and it boots no problem. If I do that AND overclock the CPU, it boot cycles. It makes no sense.

procODP set at 53.3, tried 60 no change, soc at 1.1. It just boot cycles.

I totally regret getting a Ryzen 1600. This is the worst, flakiest overclocknig experience Ive had in 10+ years. Should have just got a 1600x or a 1700.


I bought the 1700X and ended up with a great chip. I didn't get so lucky on my Hynix Ram as I'm still stuck at 3066MHz.
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justqw, if you want me to look at your dumps please compress the folder and upload to a site I can access.  The last file you posted yielded a 404 Not Found.  Enjoy, John.
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Hi,

Finally I was able to get 2993MHz stable with 1.35V.

So everything went well with Bios 2.40.

My finally settings (Bios 2.40)
- Disable core performance boost
- CPU Frequency (MHz) - 3800
- CPU Voltage - 1.35V
- CPU Vcore Voltage - Fixed 1.35V
- VDDCR_SOC Voltage - Fixed 1.1V

I will create other topic with comparing bioses 2.40 vs 3.20 and Wtf.

Originally posted by justqw justqw wrote:

Now I'm fighting with RAM OC.

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- Ryzen 1700
- RAM F4-3200C15D-16GVK
- Asrock Fatal1ty X370 Gaming K4
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justqw

it would help others vastly if you could post some settings you used for the ripjaws

as there seems to be some trouble getting these set up with ryzen
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I have F4-3000C16D-16GTZR and I can't get then higher than 2400MHz stable in 3.1 BIOS. After 3.2 I can run 2666MHz (had to set PRocODT to 48Ohm to be stable). 
Should I try 2.4 BIOS?  
I have 1600X CPU overclocked to 3,85 GHz with 1,34V XFR is worthless :( I would buy 1600 now for sure. (I hoped that they sell little better CPU as 1600X with no cooler)
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@datonyb,
I didn't set any ram settings.

@antonio70,
You can try older bios (2.40). This works for me : ) 3.8GHz + 2933Mhz - stable and satisfying.
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