Single ram stick wont overclock and causes crashes in CPUs, Motherboards, and Memory Posted 8 hours ago 51 minutes ago, IzLogan said: Hi, I've been having this issue whenever I enable D.O.C.P. My pc would crash and boot 3 times and tell me something went wrong with the ram and has reset its settings. "Your Memory settings have been reset due to failure to boot" I have tested each ram stick and learned that it was the only one that had this issue. this started happening early this morning and it sometimes lets me get into windows with all of them installed. THE D.O.C.P settings are setting the ram to 3000mhz at 1.35000V. Anyone got any advice? I've also tried changing the order of the ram as well as updating my bios and resetting it. I've also changed the voltage to 1.37V to try and that didn't work either. The faulty ram stick is a corsair cmk16gx4m2b3000c15 DDR4 3000mhz My specs are ROG STRIX b450-F Gaming Ryzen 7 2700x 2x corsair cmk16gx4m2b3000c15 DDR4 3000mhz 2x A-Data DDR4 3000 2OZ DDR4 GTX 1070ti DUKE EVGA 80+ BRONZE 500w Please help. Thank you. Do you have 'Gear Down' mode enabled in BIOS? This forces even-numbered timings (e.g. your CL15 would be CL16) -- it should help with stability, though, with it enabled. Are you running both the A-Data and Corsair kit together? 4x DIMMs is harder on the Integrated Memory Controller (IMC) than 2x DIMMs .... and IMC on Ryzen 1000-series and 2000-series was pretty weak. Also, try bumping your SOC voltage up to ~1.1V. That *usually* helps stabilizes DRAM overclocks. Stock should be 0.9V or something?