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    Posted: 28 Sep 2017 at 11:03pm
Hi i need to know what is the cause of delay or not booting sometimes for about 5-10 secs it will restart 1 or 2 times then the asrock post will appear and its ok so on. I just overclock r5 1600 3.6ghz 1.3volts and ram 2666mhz the temp is fine idle about 35c while gaming 55c on stock cooler. I have the latest bios 3.20.

But its running in windows fine.

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chubalz, please post details of your build as in my signature.  I suspect your memory/OC is the problem.  I suspect the delay is caused by the Advanced Training during POST.  You can disable this but I don't know the consequences.  I suspect (too much probably) it is down grading your memory timings to get a successful boot.  Please run CPU-Z and compare the memory settings to what you think you set.  After you post your specifications, I think some memory tuners will help you.  Enjoy, John.
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Ryzen 5 1600 @3.6ghz 1.3volts
Asrock X370 Gaming X 3.20 Bios
Gigabyte Aorus Gtx1080ti
Gskill trident Z Rgb F4-300016D-16GTZR
Samsung Evo 250gb
1Tb western Digital Black

Ive tested my gskill trident z oc 2666mhz for 1 week before i overclock my cpu and didnt encounter a problem on asrock post booting. The timing of my ram is default 16-18-18-38

Edited by chubalz - 29 Sep 2017 at 12:59am
Ryzen 5 1600 3.80ghz @1.3375v
Asrock X370 Gaming X 5.20 Bios
CM MA610P
Aorus Xtreme Gtx1080ti
Gskill Trident Z RGB F4-300016D-16GTZR @2800mhz
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chubalz, your memory is not on the qualified list but still may run.  Hopefully the memory experts will comment soon.  I would open the BIOS and hit F9 (Load UEFI Defaults) and see if you problem goes away.  You can save your profile first.  Please post your CPU-Z results.  Enjoy, john.
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Before i overclock. I tested it on all stock default frequency on ram and cpu and its stable for 1 month. After that i try to overclock it and have an issues.



Edited by chubalz - 29 Sep 2017 at 2:22pm
Ryzen 5 1600 3.80ghz @1.3375v
Asrock X370 Gaming X 5.20 Bios
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try manually setting the SOC voltage (vddcr soc )
mine is set at 1.1volts
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Tnx. What is the use of vddcr soc?. Is it for cpu or ram?.

We have different ram. Is it ok?
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yes let me explain

the SOC stands for system on chip, it is where the memory controller resides

so we increase the soc volts to beef-up the memory controller ability

i would suggest we overshoot for stability and then when stable we can fine tune and lower the volts back down

so SOC to 1.1volts
and also dram voltage to 1.375 volts

this should bring this cpu/ram settings stable for you

test for a day or so to check and then
drop ram back to 1.35
test day
drop soc to 1.0

if you loose stability at any stage then you know what part is causing it
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p.s.

your actual cpu volts is within expected range for 3.6ghz

but i worked on a r5 1600 the other day and it needed 1.35 to remain stable 24/7, yet another identical cpu on identical board does it below 1.3 volts both at 3.8ghz

the point im making is you may well find you need to bump the actual cpu up a little as well


p.p.s.
why are you using an old bios version ?
later bios as a rule are better at dram settings
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Yep. I noticed also in cpuz that sometimes it reach 1.35 volts to 1.38 volts.

So what is ur recommendation of my cpu? Can it reach 3.8ghz on 1.35 volts? Or what? Im using stock cooler

Im using latest bios which is 3.20

Edited by chubalz - 29 Sep 2017 at 6:16pm
Ryzen 5 1600 3.80ghz @1.3375v
Asrock X370 Gaming X 5.20 Bios
CM MA610P
Aorus Xtreme Gtx1080ti
Gskill Trident Z RGB F4-300016D-16GTZR @2800mhz
SamsungEvo 250
2Tb Firecuda
1Tb WDBlack
Corsair RM650X
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