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About MedicBoi

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  1. I just bought a Cyberpower CP1500AVRLCD UPS as the place I just moved to seems to have some power issues somewhat regularly. After setting it up and testing it, I found my computer shuts off when it switched to battery power, and even when running on battery it won't boot at all. Sometimes it will attempt to turn on for about a second before shutting off again. The PSU I have is a thermaltake toughpower grand RGB 750W. I don't believe the UPS is being overloaded because even at full load, with monitors and whatnot the UPS only shows about 500W being pulled and its rated for 900W. My guess is t
  2. So I checked and did some testing without much luck. The XMP timings were in fact 18-22-22-42. I tried setting those manually and starting at 3200. At 3200 I would occasionally get it to load to that speed, although it often reverted back to the SPD or even reset the BIOS a few times.
  3. I'll give that a shot once I get home from work.
  4. I'm using A2 and B2 as recommended by the board. The values are 1.35V, 36.00 multiplier, and 18-19-19-39 for timings.
  5. I recently built my first computer consisting of Motherboard: Aorus X570 Elite Wifi CPU: Ryzen 7 3800x Memory: Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro 16GB (2x8GB) 3600 MHz C18 (CMW16GX4M2Z3600C18) GPU: XFX RX 5700 XT Thicc III Ultra SSD: Aorus NVMe Gen 4 500 GB PSU: ThermalTake Toughpower Grand RGB My issue is getting optimum memory speeds. After getting everything set up and running, I enabled the XMP which appeared to change the values in the BIOS. After rebooting I found the memory continued to run around 2666 MHz, although the 1.35V was applied. Checking in wind