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Problems with 4 sticks of RAM (64gb 3600) stability on TUF gaming x570x plus wifi

Darthpibe
Level 7
I bought these memory banks for my motherboard and after playing during the day they seem to lose stability and when I restart the computer sometimes it sends me the bios to turn off the DOC that comes with them to be able to reach 3600, then I have to activate it again so that they return to work on 3600, does anyone know how to correct this? These memories are compatible with my mainboard.

Mainboard: TUF Gaming x570 plus wifi
RAM: G.Skill F4-3600C16Q-64GTZNC 64GB 4x16GB DDR4 3600MHz
CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 3800x
GPU: Nvidia RTX 3090
PSU: Seasonic 1300 platinum
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patrick.revell wrote:
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These are for Hynix memory and I'm almost certain, there is NO WAY G.skill x4 is Hynix memory.

I don't think you should be bumbing the voltage of the memory at all.

Ryzen Dram calculator you would need to export the Thaiphoon Burner information and then import into Rzyen Dram calculator. It is for overclocking memory not for getting DOCP rated memory working. It really should just work @ DOCP rated speed. What Ryzen Dram calculator is doing in your graphic is just suggesting the reported default that typically work for the memory module information you have selected (assuming you selected it correctly). You might want to read guides or watch youtube video about how to use this if you want to go this path.



How to set SOC Voltage.

Enter BIOS, Advanced mode.

Navigate to
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)

Also have DOCP set @3600 leave everything else default.


Hope you find this helpful.

RedSector73 wrote:
These are for Hynix memory and I'm almost certain, there is NO WAY G.skill x4 is Hynix memory.

I don't think you should be bumbing the voltage of the memory at all.

Ryzen Dram calculator you would need to export the Thaiphoon Burner information and then import into Rzyen Dram calculator. It is for overclocking memory not for getting DOCP rated memory working. It really should just work @ DOCP rated speed. What Ryzen Dram calculator is doing in your graphic is just suggesting the reported default that typically work for the memory module information you have selected (assuming you selected it correctly). You might want to read guides or watch youtube video about how to use this if you want to go this path.


Hope you find this helpful.



Thaiphoon shows they are Hynix:

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patrick_revell
Level 7
Darthpibe wrote:
I bought these memory banks for my motherboard and after playing during the day they seem to lose stability and when I restart the computer sometimes it sends me the bios to turn off the DOC that comes with them to be able to reach 3600, then I have to activate it again so that they return to work on 3600, does anyone know how to correct this? These memories are compatible with my mainboard.

Mainboard: TUF Gaming x570 plus wifi
RAM: G.Skill F4-3600C16Q-64GTZNC 64GB 4x16GB DDR4 3600MHz
CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 3800x
GPU: Nvidia RTX 3090
PSU: Seasonic 1300 platinum


I'm running the same board with G.Skill F4-3600C16Q-32GTZNC 4x8GB DIMMs and Ryzen 7 5800x. I can't seem to run stably at DOCP spec with all 4 DIMMs. But I run fine on 2 DIMMs (single or dual channel). These are single sided 8 GB DIMMs. I have RMA'd the CPU, RAM, and just got a RMA board back this week and still having the same issue crashing Windows 10 with (mostly) MEMORY_MANAGEMENT error. This RAM is not on the QVL list for the board, but is advertised as being designed for RYZEN, and according G.Skill, the board is on their QVL list for the RAM.
Power Supply: 850 watt Seasonic
GPU: Nvidia RTX 3060 Ti FE

Very aggravating to say the least.

RedSector73
Level 12
Thaiphoon Burner can be wrong, however it is right did a search, and they are reported as Hynix DJR (D-die). So I was wrong and right to question this, as Ryzen Dram calculator actually does not support your RAM Hynix D-die.

Hynix ram modules tend to be sensitive to increased voltage, and while this solves issues with Samsung B-die, it can cause them with Hynix.

Yes, for the E-ATX connectors have both connected.

Still crashing after removing the 4-pin 12v power cable.

I've resorted back to the unfortunate solution of removing 2 DIMMs.

patrick.revell wrote:
Still crashing after removing the 4-pin 12v power cable.

I've resorted back to the unfortunate solution of removing 2 DIMMs.


Why would you remove it, you want both connected.

It crashes either way with 4 DIMMs.

What benefit do I get with the additional 4 pins?

patrick.revell wrote:
It crashes either way with 4 DIMMs.

What benefit do I get with the additional 4 pins?


Try disabling gear down mode and change the ram from 1t to 2t. I'm using 4 sticks of g.skill and had a problem with bsods. I contacted G.skill and they told me that usually 4 dimms are 2t but if you can get 1t working then go for it. Unfortunately for me, its not very stable. 1t with gear down mode disable is like instant bsods. With 1t and gear down enabled its random bsods. But so far with 2t and gear down disabled its stable.

Crayraven wrote:
Try disabling gear down mode and change the ram from 1t to 2t. I'm using 4 sticks of g.skill and had a problem with bsods. I contacted G.skill and they told me that usually 4 dimms are 2t but if you can get 1t working then go for it. Unfortunately for me, its not very stable. 1t with gear down mode disable is like instant bsods. With 1t and gear down enabled its random bsods. But so far with 2t and gear down disabled its stable.


Thanks, I'll give that a try later. What about your timings? If I set my timings to Auto I get: 26-25-25-25-58 with 1T and GearDown enabled (default).