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    Posted: 12 Sep 2017 at 12:13pm
i have found that the post on the Ab350 Fatality board quite slow....
are there any tweaks to fix this?

also i have corsair 3000mhz ram that i cant get to boot at 2933mhz

I can get it to 2600mhz but sometimes when i reboot, it will post 4-5 times before booting.... is this the ram training? is it something to be worried about?

thanks!
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Originally posted by Hannibalk1ng Hannibalk1ng wrote:

i have found that the post on the Ab350 Fatality board quite slow....
are there any tweaks to fix this?

also i have corsair 3000mhz ram that i cant get to boot at 2933mhz

I can get it to 2600mhz but sometimes when i reboot, it will post 4-5 times before booting.... is this the ram training? is it something to be worried about?

thanks!


yes its ram training and it indicate that your ram is not stable at that speed..may be you should lowering your ram speed and test it again.. or try to re seat the ram and see if it help.. its nothing to worry about but your computer will be unstable and its really annoying though..what is your ram timming?
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i turned ram training off, set it to 2666 and set the first part of timing to 16 (from 15 as alot of people say it should be an even number)

it is now stable.


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