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Long dram test at startup on asus b450-f strix

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1 hour ago, breaking_cat said:

that's not my question, it was to show all my values being set

Hi! Welcome to the forums!!

 

I believe I can assist you here.

 

Simply set "Gear Down mode" to disable and the memory will (should) post Cas latency 15.

That is all, have a nice day!

Hey guy's, I'm new here, need some help. 

I've built recently a new pc. I've chosen these components:

Asus b450-f strix gaming

Amd ryzen 5 3600

GeForce RTX 2060 super FE

g.skill Trident Z RGB DDR4-3000MHz CL15-16-16-35 1.35V 2x8gb

 

Problem: when i turn on docp and choose profile in bios - every time when it starts up he is stuck 10 seconds on dram ez debug led with working on 100% fans on gpu.

I have also tried myself to set the timings and speed of my ram but it doesn't change anything.

All the values from profile i see in cpu-z so he doesn't reset it.

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23 minutes ago, breaking_cat said:

Problem: when i turn on docp and choose profile in bios - every time when it starts up he is stuck 10 seconds on dram ez debug led with working on 100% fans on gpu.

I have also tried myself to set the timings and speed of my ram but it doesn't change anything.

All the values from profile i see in cpu-z so he doesn't reset it.

Update the bios 

Set your dram voltage to 1.34-1.35 set your soc to 1.1 and then enable xmp check if that works 

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@TofuHaroto

Nothing is changed, bios was already up to date, dram voltage was already set to 1.35 (I've tried 1.34, also didn't help) and soc was also on 1.1, tried to set it manually and also didn't help

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2 minutes ago, breaking_cat said:

@TofuHaroto

Nothing is changed, bios was already up to date, dram voltage was already set to 1.35 (I've tried 1.34, also didn't help) and soc was also on 1.1, tried to set it manually and also didn't help

Try setting the ram ratio to 100:100 and see if that helps 

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8 minutes ago, breaking_cat said:

@TofuHaroto

Nothing is changed, bios was already up to date, dram voltage was already set to 1.35 (I've tried 1.34, also didn't help) and soc was also on 1.1, tried to set it manually and also didn't help

There should be an option in the BIOS under the power tweaking section to set a DRAM boot voltage, try manually setting that to 1.35 and see if that helps. 

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5 minutes ago, breaking_cat said:

@Skiiwee29 @TofuHaroto I don't see something like ram ratio or dram boot voltage in my bios

 

In your CPU-Z screenshot, your DRAM is already running at DDR4-3000 MHz.

DDR4 RAM is double-data rate, so 1500 MHz actual = 3000 MHz effective.

 

Ryzen does not like odd-numbered RAM timings, so CL15 --> CL16.

Or you run it at CL 14.

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1 minute ago, -rascal- said:

 

In your CPU-Z screenshot, your DRAM is already running at DDR4-3000 MHz.

DDR4 RAM is double-data rate, so 1500 MHz actual = 3000 MHz effective.

 

Ryzen does not like odd-numbered RAM timings, so CL15 --> CL16.

Or you run it at CL 14.

that's not my question, it was to show all my values being set

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1 hour ago, breaking_cat said:

that's not my question, it was to show all my values being set

Hi! Welcome to the forums!!

 

I believe I can assist you here.

 

Simply set "Gear Down mode" to disable and the memory will (should) post Cas latency 15.

That is all, have a nice day!

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15 minutes ago, ShrimpBrime said:

Hi! Welcome to the forums!!

 

I believe I can assist you here.

 

Simply set "Gear Down mode" to disable and the memory will (should) post Cas latency 15.

That is all, have a nice day!

Thanks a lot, that resolved my problem, god bless you 

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17 minutes ago, breaking_cat said:

Thanks a lot, that resolved my problem, god bless you 

Welcome!

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https://forums.extremeoverclocking.com/index.php

They have the best F@H stats too. 

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