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As far as I know 4.40 is the most stable version up to date if you are on the last year Ryzen, but I cannot use it with newer CPU.
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Damn! Another BSOD, hal.dll this time. Almost got to 4th day. It restarted just before 2 a.m.
Set 2T now and Geardown mode - Disabled. No noticeable change in performance in AIDA memory benchmark.

Other settings - DRAMV 1.38V, SoCV - 1.0625V, SoC LLC 3, 16-18-18-38-56-530, don't remember others but settings way higher than what Ryzen Dram Calculator 'SAFE' recommended.

Now I am the point of Never again for ASRock. I am so frustrated and mad at them and AMD! So many sleepless nights with unusable computer. I regret spending so much money to get nonfunctional piece of $hit.

There's new freaking agesa, bring the new bios and get your $...stuff together! Going to try to sleep now.
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I would set your SOC to 1.15v and LLC to 2
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Thanks for the advice, I already had SOC set to 1.15, but I was getting bsods (how many times have I written bsod or bsods here:)) I decided to lower it to mentioned voltage.
I will give it a day or two with my last 2T settings and then try to increase VSoC and LLC. First I would try that advised settings with 1T.
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Just an update - those changes mentioned earlier didn't help. Two days and BSOD, this time during the day for a change. 
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Hello, there!
It seems we are in the same ship. I cant go above 2666 MHz with this memory - Corsair Vengeance LPX 2x16GB DDR4 3000 MHz CMK16GX4M1B3000C15 ver. 5.39(Hynix), Part Number: H5AN8G8NAFR-TFC, A-die.

Here is [URL=https://www.overclock.net/forum/11-amd-motherboards/1626011-my-experience-asus-prime-x370-pro-918.html#post27940720]my reply[/URL] in another forum.

Cuba1hr, so almost a year later what is the results, anyting different? Did you make this RAM to work stable at 2800 MHz? If "YES", can you give the full RAM settings(timings, voltages, etc.)? I tried so many settings and this model(MK16GX4M1B3000C15) seems to be cursed by all the gods and can't work above 2666 MHz on AM4 motherboards. Nobody takes blame - nor AMD, nor Corsair, nor motherboards manufacturers. They just not put this RAM in QVL and that is, so sad. Wasted money. Shame.
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Hello,

Yes I got it stable. I did not try the latest BIOS (or I have, but went back immediately) so I am using 4.81 beta for X370 Taichi. I just saw that there are new versions (5.50 the latest from this week). Up until few weeks ago I was checking FW releases, other newer boards were getting updates so I thought that there won't be updates for X370 until Zen 2.

I will probably get one of Zen 2 CPUs and have to upgrade then if 5.50 is not good now, I will have to try it.

On 4.81 my settings are:
XMP, DRAM Frequency: 3000, Stable Mode, CPU Vcore Voltage -0.10000 (automatically sets this), CPU LLC Auto (Level 5), VDDCR_SOC Voltage 1.05000, VDCR_SOC LLC Level 3, DRAM Voltage 1.405V, VTT_DDR 0.710, else is on Auto.

Timings:
16-17-17-17-36, then 3-56-6-8-38-Auto-Auto-Auto-Auto-Auto-525-390-240-then all on Auto till CR 1T, Gear Down Mode Auto, Power Down Enable Disabled.

I didn't want to sqeeze it further, for me it's enough, after so many tries. This is stable, I had PC running for more than 3 weeks in a row, without BSOD, until Windows update had to restart:)

I hope this helps. I will try v 5.50 when I get more time.
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