My system is:
AMD Ryzen 9 3900XT 3.8 GHz AM4 64 MB Cache 105 w
CORSAIR CMK64GX4M4B3200C16 64GB (4X16GB) DDR4 3200MHz CL18
(2535) CORSAIR HX 1200WFULL MODULAR 80+ PLATINUM 135MM FAN
EVGA GeForce RTX 3080 XC3 ULTRA GAMING 10GB GDDR6X
I am using this spec nearly a year. Last days, its started to constant rebooting. There is no blue screen or anything. It can restart any time while windows loading screen. Sometimes reboot at log-in screen. Everyhing is on default settings at bios for now. Before this week i thought im fixed with this forum reply:
"Try manually setting these voltages. I used to get constant reboots with the newer BIOSs too and this was the solution I concocted and it worked!
VDDSOC = 1.05
VDDG CCD = 0.950
VDDG IOD = 0.950
CLDO VDDP = 0.900"
This fixed the constant reboot for a while but sometimes without any reason it restarts again. So i changed everything to default than it goes for a while again without rebooting but until now. This is not a solution i think. The system reboots now again...
What do you prefer me to do?
I updated my bios to 3801 but nothing changes. I thing its about ram timing or so but I don't know what to do. Pls help me!
Hope anyone can help me. Thanks in advance...
Have you tried manual SOC voltage (VDDSOC) 1.1v to 1.15v or considered changing this. 1.05v is excellent for 2 sticks, but not enough for four.
I use 1.1v for my Samsung b-die on 3900x.
These I would leave on auto
How to set SOC Voltage.
Enter BIOS, Advanced mode.
Extreme Tweaker (maybe AI Tweaker) -> CPU SOC Voltage set to manual
-VDDSOC Voltage Override and type in the voltage. 1.1 (4xdimms) or 1.15 (4xdimms, not quite stable @ 1.1v)
Did you update BIOS at all in that time ?
This suggested change is not about the RAM, it's about the memory controller in the CPU.