- Apr 10, 2003
I've played a little bit with the memory config today and it looks like I can't get past 2400 MHz on RipJaws 3200 MHz. Neither ramping up timings nor the voltage lets it post on 2667, nor the XMP profile works.
The annoying part here is that the board tries to boot 5 times before getting back to safe defaults and I have to config the bios from scratch (some of the boards load in failsafe mode while still saving the faulty config so you can fix just your failed attempt settings and have all other configs intact).
There will be new AMD Ryzen core bios rolling out soon as announced yesterday though that should enable memory support up to 4000 MHz and timings compatibility. Let's hope that'll do the trick.
For now I ended up running memory on 2400@1,222v with 16/36 timings.
I don't own this motherboard, but I do own a cranky AsRock board.
Can you set a profile in Ryzen Master how you want? When the PC starts it will use the Ryzen Master settings. If it fails, Ryzen Master still remembers them and you can adjust them to try again. I can save 4 different boot profiles with my Ryzen Master.