Silent Scone wrote:
"All kinds of test" being what tests exactly? A BIOS update is not assured to resolve anything. You can try adjusting the VCCIO and VCCSA voltages starting from 1.15v. Memory overclocking on this platform is fairly straight forward, so aslong as the user is able to POST at XMP very little tuning should be needed unless shooting for the stars (4000Mhz+)
el terrible wrote:
Aida64, Windows memory diagnostic tool, prime95, Asus RealBench and cinebench all runs fine with no errors, but pretty much every single game I play at the moment crashes to desktop in minutes (Assassins Creed Origins, CS GO, PUBG, Shadow of War etc)
I don't really know anything about ram voltages because I have always used XMP on my previous builds and never had to touch anything.
But when I tried to set everything to auto and run at 3200mhz it set the timings to 17-18-18-36 and wanted to push 1.5v into the ram and I thought that was a bit much since it is only built for 1.35 running on XMP (which is 3600mhz cl 15 15 15 35) so I changed it to 1.35v and everything just works now, haven't had a single crash. I just wanted to enjoy my new rig after like 2 weeks of not understanding why all my games crashed on my new system so haven't bothered testing anymore, wanted to wait for a new bios before making any changes. Thanks for you reply though 🙂