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    Posted: 26 Feb 2018 at 6:00am
I was just wondering if among our power users is there knowledge of any news in relation with a new bios for the x399 platform coming any time soon, I really would like to see a new agesa the allow us to optimize our expensive memories.

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Are you not able to get the 3200 from your kit?
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@TANWare --- some of us still are waiting for a golden UEFI update. And it angers me personallly when I check all the updates that are made for AM4 platform but not for the "so called premium" TR4 platform.

On the other hand --- I own both platforms (X370 Fatal1ty Pro Gaming and X399 Fatal1ty Pro Gaming) and X370 runs my memory kit with the max manufacturer specs (4x 16GB 3200 CL14) the other one I was not able to pass above 2933 stable (tried virtually everything incl. fine tuning all the parameters according to different threads, calculators and recommendations). Exactly same kit, even used same modules in both as a test.

So - TL;DR yes, we are still waiting and I am getting a little bit pi**ed @ AMD... 
E.g. See the comments in the lastest post about new ryzen desktop cpus here:

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Originally posted by TANWare TANWare wrote:

Are you not able to get the 3200 from your kit?

Sadly no, and as SoniC says, I have also tried anything within my knowledge (I consider myself an enthusiast, not an expert). Up to 2800 mhz it behaves well, not perfect as sometimes do not post, but eventually will. One step beyond has been simply impossible.

I also hope Asrock does not forget us X399 users.

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Sorry to hear guys. I have a 3466 kit that runs fine, did not know there were so many others out there still waiting. I purchased mine with the express information that the kit was Ryzen compatible.
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How many modules and RAM in total. Double sided or single sided? Which die?

Mine can run perfectly fine with two modules only. 
4 and you are stuck to 2933.

But mine is 4x 16 GB (DS, Samsung B-Die, G.Skill F4-3200C14-16GVR) and that is the problem --- memory controller seem to have a problem with Quad Channel and high speed DS modules.


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I am 4 chips, 8gb each. these specifically; https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820233916 . I think they are single sided, not too sure.
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Not sure but is there a way to change timmings? mine is 1T but maybe the dual rank chips need 2T?



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x399 Taichi, 1950x, 32GB 3466 DDR4
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TANWare, these are Single Sided modules.
Single Sided x4 doesn't have a problem on the TR platform.

>>Not sure but is there a way to change timmings? mine is 1T but maybe the dual rank chips need 2T?
believe me my friend when I say this --- I have touched every goddamn timing you can imagine.
Not only the Command Rate or Geardown... this would be just to freakin' easy & simple (and actually this was the very first I have changed according to the memory specs and the timings my AM4 runs flawlessly on -- remember I have a direct comparison between X370 and X399).

I changed every freakin timing you can think of which was posted on the Overclocker's forums, I have changed every freakin timing that was recommended by the RyZEN DRAM Calculator (tried several versions also the newest 1.0.0 b3) and also different pre-defined recommendations, starting from safe / alternative moving to fast and extreme (and also fine-tuning the safe by myself).

Consider me a geek that did virtually everything imaginable to make it run stable on TR4 - same as the AM4. Including disassembling the TR4 UEFIs, flashing different UEFI releases and mixing different UEFI modules between versions altogether...

TR4 needs an AGESA update to be on par with AM4.
Last one is 5 or 6 months old (1.0.0.4) which can be compared to the release level of 1.0.0.5 or pre-1.0.0.6 of the AM4 platform.


Edited by SoniC - 01 Mar 2018 at 10:45pm
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Originally posted by SoniC SoniC wrote:


TR4 needs an AGESA update to be on par with AM4.
Last one is 5 or 6 months old (1.0.0.4) which can be compared to the release level of 1.0.0.5 or pre-1.0.0.6 of the AM4 platform.

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