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  1. What are the specs? Do you have an APU (integrated graphics card)? Because I cannot see any graphics card. Also - the CPU/APU cooler seems to be mounted incorrectly. Does the speaker give any beeps at all? Do you even have a "case speaker"? Did you connect both 24-pin connector and 8-pin CPU connector? If possible check / change the motherboard battery. Mine was "dead" out of the box, and mine MOBO didn't turn on correctly As far as I know this is Be quiet! pure rock slim, but a different version that I personally know. With 3x heat pipes instead of 4x. The fan should be on the right si
  2. Thanks for all the educational input! I didn't know that populating more memory slots makes it harder for the controller, but yeah, it makes sense. I'll see what time brings, maybe memory will be so cheap at the time I'm swapping CPU and GPU I'll just go and grab some new 2x 16GB sticks, or maybe it'll go through the roof and I'll be using my 16GB setup a little bit longer. I like city builders, and they use, well, almost all the RAM there is. But I'm no hardcore player. I play from time to time on PC, as well as on consoles. Graphics and FPS aren't the most important things for me. Yes
  3. I did what you said, but in two steps, or in different words - gradually. First - I've set the Memory multiply to 32.00, as well as the SOC to 1.1V and DRAM Voltage to 1.35V (after entering the BIOS again the "real" voltage was 1.38V shown on the right). Then, after succesfully entering the windows 10 system I checked the timings, and ran stress test for memory (Prime95). It ran flawlessly so I restarted the PC (not with the case button, casually with Windows 10 option to restart, next to shut down etc. just to be clear) I entered the BIOS for the second time. I changed "X
  4. Is this ,,good enough" for 3200MHz? I can make it go to this exact setting by using "EasyTune" from Gigabyte. These are older screenshots, from few days back (with BIOS ver. F4). Are the timings etc. acceptable? How much performance am I losing with memory set up to that "speed" compared to 3600MHz CL16? Mind you I'm not playing the newest titles etc. Or should I just go to BIOS and put "multiply by 32x" and add some voltage to the DRAM and SOC? Is it possible? Or do I have to mess up with timings manually as well?
  5. I'm not that advanced nor comfortable messing around with that I've never done it...
  6. I bumped it to 1.1V - crashed after few minutes. Now every time I change something I'm using Prime95 test to check if it's stable or not. Before - on idle it could work for about 5 minutes. For testing purposes it's more convenient/faster I'd prefer it to run ,,fully" at 3600MHz not 3400 or 3200... That's why I bought those sticks. I did what's shown on this video. Didn't help... You mean - enable XMP Profile, and in addition to that manually set DRAM Voltage to 1.35V? If that's the case - it's not working either - I've tried it. Eve
  7. @Jurruniothank you very much. I just updated my BIOS to F10. Then I enetered the BIOS, and turned on XMP Profile. Clicked F10 (save & exit) and the system successfully restarted. Now it shows 3600MHz. The only problem is that Windows now playing system signal every 30 seconds or so. The sound Windows 10 makes when new device is connected via USB etc... UPDATE - system just crashed. It's crashing every few minutes I tried to put Level 3 in XMP High frequency support. Still crashing. Tried to up the voltage on DRAM to 1.4V - still crashing. I just undid all the changes - s
  8. Ok, I'll try it (propably tomorrow). After the update you suggest to just turn on the XMP profile? That's how it should work, right?
  9. Aaaaaand... You think that updating the BIOS to F10 will solve all my problems? (F11n is not stable for some guys).
  10. Turned off the PC. turned off the PSU, opened the case, touched two pins at the same time with a screwdriver, and holded it for about 30 seconds. BIOS is in version ,,F4" - should I go higher if I don't have AMD 5000 series CPU? Yes, the chipset is updated.
  11. Hi! I made a little bit different post about my new PC build, but it went a little bit off tracks, and the issue now isn't precisely what it was when I was creating that thread. So here I am - starting fresh (thanks for advice from @CommanderAlexto do so). The PC specs are: MOBO: B550 Aorus Pro rev. 1.0 (BIOS version F4) CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 3600 Cooler: Scythe Fuma 2 Thermal paste: Arctic MX-4 RAM: Crucial Ballistix 3600MHz CL16 16GB GPU: RX460 (It was supposed to be nVidia 3000 or AMD 6000, for now I'm using this old fella) PSU: Seasonic Focus GX-750 Storage: Samsung 97
  12. It is working, the problem is that it's currently running at on 2667MHz. It's not booting when I turn on XMP Profile or do any other changes to the RAM settings. But I'll make a new topic just to make it easier to understand from the start on. There's already 2 pages in this thread
  13. Well - both yes and no. It didn't really change In the topic it says "How do I make my RAM go to 3600MHz?" And that's still the case, isn't it? Or maybe you suggest a more catchy title?
  14. I deleted all Gigabyte Windows programs after all this weird stuff happening. To be more precise - after @Nena Trinity gave me and advice. So I've tried it. Didn't change anything - nor for worse, nor for better. Yes, I can access BIOS now. But whenever I change something in RAM settings it fails to boot (it seems that way, clearly I haven't tried every single config in there ). I have DEBUG LED, but they are on for ,,DRAM" only when I mess up something in RAM config (in BIOS) and then it doesn't boot. I was thinking - if I'd use ,,DRAM Calculator" for my specific build - wouldn't it tel