CPU Cooler NZXT Kraken62
Motherboard Asus Crosshair Vi Hero WIFI
My current overclocking settings:
BIOS version 1701
CPU overclock p0 state 9D -> 39.25x
CPU Core Voltage = Offset mode
CPU Core Voltage Offset Mode Sign = +(plus)
- CPU Core VoltageVoltage Offset = 0.03125
CPU SOC Voltage = Offset mode
VDDSOC Offset Mode Sign = - (minus)
- VDDSOC Voltage Offset = 0.03125
DRAM Voltage = 1.35000 (Default)
Extreme Tweaker \ DRAM Timing Control
DRAM ... = 14-14-14-14-34-48-6-8-39-Auto(4)-Auto(12)-Auto(24)-Auto(0)-3-3-312-232-142-Auto(14)-8-Auto(6)-Auto(3)-Auto(1)-Auto(7)-Auto(7)-Auto(1)-Auto(5)-Auto(5)-Auto(8)
ProcODT_SM = 60 ohm
Cmd2T = 1T
RttNom = RZQ/7
RttWr = RZQ/3
RttPark = RZQ/1
Extreme Tweaker \ External Digi+ Power Control
DRAM VBoot Voltage = 1.35
Stress test passed:
RealBench(32GB RAM): 8h
OCCT CPU small: 8h
OCCT CPU large: 8h
OCCT Linpack (with AVX): 8h
Intel Burn Test: 8h
prime95 small: 8h
prime95 in-place: 8h
prime95 blend(with 29GB ram): 24h
hci memtest 1000%
memtest86: 4x runs
google stress test: 1h
ryzen kill script: 24h
So overclock is stable. But I have Failed RAM Trainig from cold boot and I hate it.
I tried to set procODT to 68,8 ohm and 80 ohm, still same. 53.3 ohm will not even boot from restart.
I tried Vboot to 1.375V and even 1.4V, nothing
I tried to change from auto to
MemCadBus ClkDrvStren_SM = 30ohm, 30.0 Ohm, 30 ohm
MemCadBus AddrCmdDrvStren_SM = 30omh, 30.0 Ohm. 30 ohm
MemCadBus CsOdtDrvStren_SM = 30 ohm,40.0 Ohm, 60 ohm
MemCadBus CkeDrvStren_SM = 40 ohm, 60.0 Ohm, 60 ohm
Still the same.
I don't know what to do anymore. Can someone help me to solve this issue? Thanks.
Up your RAM boot voltage to 1.4v. You are probably going to need more than that to get 32GB of RAM to boot into Windows stable. 1.42v should be considered as something to try. 1701 is definitely far from the current latest BIOS. However, that doesn't necessarily mean things will improve if you update.
I tried 1.4V, however I didn't try 1.42V. Not sure whether should I do that.. it's to high, but maybe like a last options.
Darth Ender wrote:
isn't -32GTZ ram dual rank? and you are trying to use it as single according to your settings post. I'd imagine very few attempts would succeed at training it. (cmd2t)
It's dual rank, what do you mean i am trying to use it as single, what settings are those? RAM training doesn't work every time. That's the point.
What is left to try 3502 BIOS with default 3200 Mhz clock if that doen't work every time I will probably need to hibernate PC every time instead of shut down. Would hibernate help?
Hello Darth Ender
I wouldn't sign, that cmd2t 1T is made for Single Ranked and 2T for Dual Ranked Ram.
Currently using 2x16GB Dual Ranked Dominator Platinum 3466 @3333. (14-14-14-35)
Just teststed it with 1T and 2T
Both settings working and no Test faild.
But 1T is faster in Benchmarks. I bet I wouldn't notice any differnce in real life computing.
1T seems stable on my system.