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JoaoPires95

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  1. I'm interested in it for overclocking purposes but I'm afraid I'll be risking damaging the modules
  2. Hello, I recently bought a ASRock Deskmini A300 (it takes SO-DIMM memory) and a Ryzen 2200g to go with it. In the bios I know I can choose either 1.2V or 1.35V for the ram. I can't seem to find any ddr4 SO-DIMM memory kits that use 1.35V by default. Is it ok to use 1.35V in ddr4 SO-DIMM memory that uses 1.2V by default? Thank you
  3. Memory frequency on cpu-z reads 1500 (the 3000mhz from the xmp profile) so everything is looking good. I even stress tested the memory and found no errors in one hour of testing with memtest64. If I set the bios to default and install both sticks of ram I get bluescreens with or witouth XMP enabled. I have to install the first stick, enable xmp, shut down, install the second stick and the it works flawlessly
  4. Hello guys, I just recently built a computer with the following specs: -Asrock x470 master sli -Ryzen 2600 -16Gb (2x8) G.SKILL Ripjaws V 3000mhz -750W evga bq psu When I booted everything up I went straight for the bios where I could see every component was detected and saw nothing odd. As soon as I tried to install windows I would just freeze and forced to shut down. I narrowed it down to ram so I switched it to another kit of 8Gb (2x4) of G.skill aegis and everything worked fine and I was able to install windows. I installed the ripjaws kit again and got BSOD everytime I turned on the pc. I RMA the ripjaws V kit and got a new one from the store and the exact same thing happened. Tried everything on the internet and one thing worked: Installing only one of the sticks, activate xmp, shut down the computer after and finally installing the second stock. The post where I saw this solution did not explain why this worked and I'm afraid it might still be a hardware problem. I have the bios fully updated too. Can anyone explain why this works? Thank you.
  5. When the graphics card is not holding any of the other components down, let's say a 2080ti, what are the variables related to processors that affect fps counts? Number of cores/threads, frequency and the processors IPC (which I just found out what it was haha)?
  6. Hello, so I was wandering, in a scenario where money is not a concern, if you pair a RTX 2070 with a Ryzen 5 2600 (6 cores, 12 threads) overclocked to 4.0 Ghz and you pair that same 2070 with a Intel 8700K (also 6 cores and 12 threads) but this time overclocked to 5.0 Ghz, so they would have 1 Ghz difference in frequency, what difference would in make in fps in games when gaming at 1080p? Would it matter at all? Is there a difference but small? Big? And if the same scenario was applied but this time with a 2080 or a 2080ti, would the difference in fps be bigger or smaller? Thank you!
  7. @Valkyrie Lenneth Disabling the Global C-States Control did not work unfortunately. I think I will contact ASRock about it. Thank you for your help!
  8. @Valkyrie Lenneth thank you for the detailed awnser! I will look into it when I get home and I'll see if it works. Thank you again!
  9. @Valkyrie Lenneth I have performance mode selected already. @syn2112 maybe a bit of a noob question here but what are C-States. I also have the latest bios (non-beta) installed, version 4.70. Thank you!
  10. Hello, I have a Ryzen 3 1200 on a ASRock B350 pro4 motherboard and I overclocked it to a stable 3.9Ghz. All works fine. When today I tried to disable Cool n' Quiet in the bios (the only thing I disabled) my multiplier goes from 39 to 31, so my frequency goes from 3900 to 3100, while it is still 3900 in the cpu frequency in the bios. When I enable it again it goes back to normal. Any ideas why this is happening? Thank you!
  11. I tried manually overclocking with ryzen master software and the CAS latency also changes automatically from 15 to 16 whenever I go past 2400mhz speed. I set it to 2666 CL15, it asks me to reboot and when it does so I open Ryzen Master again and it's set to 16. Really odd.. any solution? Thank you!
  12. Thank you for your awnser! But am I not supposed to be able to tighten the timings if I feel like it, even with the faster speeds?
  13. Hello, and thank you in advance! I have an ASRock B350M motherboard, ryzen 1200 processor and 2400mhz CL15 G.skill aegis 2x4gb kit of memory. When I set the 2400 XMP profile the CAS latency is 15 in my bios but when I bump the ram voltage and the XMP profile to something higher than 2400, for example XMP 2800 @ 1.35V the CAS latency goes from 15 to 16 without me touching it and I can't seem to understand why. If I try to change it back it just ignores it and boots CL16 anyways. Can you help me figure it out? Thank you again!
  14. @WhatsTheWifiPassword I don't think so, I wasn't planning on using this motherboard but I got "stuck" with it. I bought it this week. Thank you.
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