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Ryzen 3200MHz RAM issues?

Hi,I built a new pc:

  • Ryzen 3 2200G
  • 400 W be quiet! PSU
  • Asus Prime B450M-K Mainboard
  • HyperX Predator HX432C16PB3K2/8 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR4 kit (3200MHz DDR4 CL16 DIMM)

I changed the ram speed from auto to 3200MHz and Im getting bluescreens every since.

Any idea how to fix it?

Thx

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Is the mainboard not made for my RAM?

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enable DOCP, don't just raise the frequency

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3 minutes ago, Jurrunio said:

enable DOCP, don't just raise the frequency

I did enable it 

 

Ai Overclock Tuner: D.O.C.P

D.O.C.P.: D.O.C.P. DDR4-3200 16-18-18-36-1.35V

Memory Freqzency: DDR4-3200MHz

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10 minutes ago, Phil_PC said:

Hi,I built a new pc:

  • Ryzen 3 2200G
  • 400 W be quiet! PSU
  • Asus Prime B450M-K Mainboard
  • HyperX Predator HX432C16PB3K2/8 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR4 kit (3200MHz DDR4 CL16 DIMM)

I changed the ram speed from auto to 3200MHz and Im getting bluescreens every since.

Any idea how to fix it?

Thx

2200G is based on First Gen Ryzen, so achieving 3200Mhz is impossible/very rare, try to lower the frequency manually down to 3000mhz or 2933mhz

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no, how can I do that?

 

Asus says: DDR4 3200(O.C.)/3000(O.C.)/2933(O.C.)/2800(O.C.)/2666/2400/2133 MHz Un-buffered Memory 
Dual Channel

 

But my memory is standard 3200MHz. Is that fine or is that the reason why it doesnt work?

 

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Just now, syn2112 said:

2200G is based on First Gen Ryzen, so achieving 3200Mhz is impossible/very rare, try to lower the frequency manually down to 3000mhz or 2933mhz

damn could have gone for the cheaper RAM then :(

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1 minute ago, Phil_PC said:

damn could have gone for the cheaper RAM then :(

it's alright 3000mhz or 2933mhz is not a big downgrade, and once you upgrade your CPU in the future you can use the full speed of your RAM.

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Ryzen 2200G supports up to 2933mhz RAM. You can attempt to put your ram settings in manually if you're up to the task (should be pretty easy). Enter your ram's DOCP timings that you posted earlier (16-18-18-36) and crank the voltage to 1.35. Manually set the frequency to 2933mhz and see how it performs. If you feel like tinkering more you can try to bring the voltage down (lame) or tighten up those timings to squeeze out a bit more performance. Remember, Ryzen likes lower CAS latency!

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is there no possibility to make it work?

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1 minute ago, Phil_PC said:

is there no possibility to make it work?

There's a possibility if you knew what you were doing, but not with that motherboard.. there's really nothing wrong with lowering your RAM speed down to 2933, it won't have any effect on performance compared if you could run it at 3200. (just talking about the 2200G)

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You could try setting SOC voltage manually.  1.1V should be enough for it if SOC is the problem.  You could also try 1.37V on the DRAM voltage.  

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5 minutes ago, Phil_PC said:

is there no possibility to make it work?

also updating your BIOS might help, but no guarantees

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14 minutes ago, syn2112 said:

also updating your BIOS might help, but no guarantees

There seams to be a new Version from 2019/03/08 

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Just now, Phil_PC said:

There seams to be a new Version from 2019/03/08 

whats your current one?

 

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1 minute ago, syn2112 said:

whats your current one?

 

I gotta go to bed now. I'll check tomorrow :)

Good night

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9 hours ago, syn2112 said:

whats your current one?

 

my current one is BIOS Ver. 0409

 

now I cant even load into windows anymore, my screen just wont get any signal after BIOS booted. Even when I change the RAM frequency back to auto. Gotta install windows again and try if it helps to update my BIOS version.

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Even after reinstallation my mintor loses signal after bios :(

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10 hours ago, syn2112 said:

2200G is based on First Gen Ryzen, so achieving 3200Mhz is impossible/very rare, try to lower the frequency manually down to 3000mhz or 2933mhz

Where did that come from? First Gen Ryzen can hit 3200 Mhz with latest BIOS without too much of fuss

@Phil_PC Can you test the RAM in other machine?

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3 minutes ago, Quadriplegic said:

Where did that come from? First Gen Ryzen can hit 3200 Mhz with latest BIOS without too much of fuss

@Phil_PC Can you test the RAM in other machine?

sadly I dont have another machine 

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1 hour ago, Phil_PC said:

sadly I dont have another machine 

Did you read all that info I gave you? Have you put memtest on a USB and tested your ram? Have you read the memory overclocking guide on this forum?

You really need to get your information in order because you're not getting much help, I even linked you to the reddit thread and in that thread not only do they go into detail on how to set up RAM for ryzen chips, they provide a link to a program which will identify your ram for you so you can work out what you're dealing with... I'm spoon feeding you info dude.

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2 hours ago, Benjeh said:

Did you read all that info I gave you? Have you put memtest on a USB and tested your ram? Have you read the memory overclocking guide on this forum?

You really need to get your information in order because you're not getting much help, I even linked you to the reddit thread and in that thread not only do they go into detail on how to set up RAM for ryzen chips, they provide a link to a program which will identify your ram for you so you can work out what you're dealing with... I'm spoon feeding you info dude.

I did Memtest in Windows 10 and got the following errors:

 

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Then I tried a single RAM (4GB) with 3200 MHz and got this error:

 

 

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