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Old 04-29-2019, 07:02 PM
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Hello QuorthonRhar,

Looking at your prior screenshots your XMP/DOCP DRAM voltage was 1.4v so you will likely need to apply that same voltage. Make sure you adjust the correct voltage parameter or you may damage your CPU.

When you fully populate your slots it will increase load on the memory controller. On Ryzen 2000 systems this typically reduces the frequency. The same concept applies to Ryzen 1000 systems as well. I found a forum link here that illiterates the point.
http://forum.corsair.com/v3/showthread.php?t=167640

I think the landscape has changed a bit over the course of AGESA updates that have improved memory compatibility but keep in mind, at least originally for 1000 series processor, running DDR4-3000 is a memory overclock (where DDR4-2667 was the max spec).

So basically set your voltage and increment your frequency up. If you can get to DDR4-2667 the you reached your CPU spec. Anything higher then that is a plus.
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