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    Posted: 17 Apr 2017 at 8:22am
I've tried and tried and tried and tried and tried to use the RGB program and it's completely unstable and useless.

What gives?  anyone else having this issue?

btw,  thank you guys so much for bios 2.10.  
Ryzen 7 1700 @ 3.9 1.30 vcore,  DDR4 3200mhz @ 14-14-14-34 (oh yeah baby)

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Originally posted by Voided76 Voided76 wrote:

I've tried and tried and tried and tried and tried to use the RGB program and it's completely unstable and useless.

What gives?  anyone else having this issue?

btw,  thank you guys so much for bios 2.10.  
Ryzen 7 1700 @ 3.9 1.30 vcore,  DDR4 3200mhz @ 14-14-14-34 (oh yeah baby)



So you like UEFI 2.10 for the X370 Killer SLI/ac? What memory model are you using?

I have that board, a 1700X, and 16 GB FlareX 3200. Using UEFI 2.00, I'm at 3.9GHz, memory at 2933 14 14 14 34.

With 2.10, my memory would not POST above 2400. Also, my OC was ignored, stayed at stock. IMO 2.10 was terrible. Interesting it works well for you.

Sorry but you'll need to tell us more about what makes the RGB program unstable and useless.

Also, although the installer does not require a restart of the PC, if you don't do that, it fails with and error. Is that what you mean by useless?

Also, do you have the RGB feature enabled in the UEFI?

EDIT: Forgot to update this post. For some reason all the problems I had with UEFI 2.10 disappeared after I cleared the UEFI and tried again. I was able to run my CPU OC to 3.925GHz fine, and my memory worked at 2933 again. I've been using it for a while now, until 2.30 appeared, which I'm using now.


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RGB is/was enabled.  

It was conflicting with G.skill's RGB program,  I found out.

F4-3200C14GTZR  or something like that.  samsung chips,  single rank.
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Originally posted by Voided76 Voided76 wrote:

RGB is/was enabled.  

It was conflicting with G.skill's RGB program,  I found out.

F4-3200C14GTZR  or something like that.  samsung chips,  single rank.


Thanks for this information, it is important since mixing RGB type hardware will become common now. If the software for each kind of hardware conflicts with each other when used together, that needs to be worked out.
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Originally posted by parsec parsec wrote:

Originally posted by Voided76 Voided76 wrote:

I've tried and tried and tried and tried and tried to use the RGB program and it's completely unstable and useless.

What gives?  anyone else having this issue?

btw,  thank you guys so much for bios 2.10.  
Ryzen 7 1700 @ 3.9 1.30 vcore,  DDR4 3200mhz @ 14-14-14-34 (oh yeah baby)



So you like UEFI 2.10 for the X370 Killer SLI/ac? What memory model are you using?

I have that board, a 1700X, and 16 GB FlareX 3200. Using UEFI 2.00, I'm at 3.9GHz, memory at 2933 14 14 14 34.

With 2.10, my memory would not POST above 2400. Also, my OC was ignored, stayed at stock. IMO 2.10 was terrible. Interesting it works well for you.

Sorry but you'll need to tell us more about what makes the RGB program unstable and useless.

Also, although the installer does not require a restart of the PC, if you don't do that, it fails with and error. Is that what you mean by useless?

Also, do you have the RGB feature enabled in the UEFI?
For me 2.00 3200 didnt POST, or if it POST i got bsod then of 5 mins browsing,  with 2.10 I can post and game but it isn't really stable, I get some crashed in OW and in Battlefield so I had to use 2993 again, It was so close hahah damn those crashes
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I am on 2.10 with the SLI Killer/AC using a 1700 @ 3.975 GHz w/1.45v running G. Skill 3600 TridentZ ram with a timing of 3200 14-14-14-14-34-1T @1.35v.  The ram has been dead stable the entire time, I have had other little problems, but the one thing that just worked out of the box without fuss or drama was the ram.
I worry if I upgrade the bios to 2.30 that I might not be so lucky.
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