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Jumu
Adept II

5600x and b550 might be tricky for RAM to work

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Hello!

I updated the bios to 2006 and it seems when docp is activated, i get random restarts. Without it pc seems stable. Windows memory test doesnt show any abnormalities. I tried looser timings and lower to 2800mhz, its a bit more stable, but still crashes and boots. Cpu hits 80 celsius while gaming.

 

Do i have to buy different memory kit, cause ryzen or asus board doesnt work with this memory? 

 

Here are my specs:

Ryzen 5600x, Asus Tuf gaming B550-plus, Suprim RTX3080, 16gb Corsair (cmk16gx4m2d3000c16). Sticks are in the right slots. PSU 750 w MSI gold.

 

BIOS- 2006, 20.3.2021.

 

Any ideas?

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Jumu
Adept II

Re: 5600x and b550 might be tricky for RAM to work

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I gained stability from updating bios to 2403. 1h45min of playing and 30min asus realbench stress test and no problems. DOCP activated and core boost on, so it boosts as it should be. Hopefully it remains this way.

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cyberloner
Adept III

Re: 5600x and b550 might be tricky for RAM to work

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try run this for 24 hours if you are pbo2 tweaking.... else need some time trouble shoot it.........

https://github.com/sp00n/corecycler

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Jumu
Adept II

Re: 5600x and b550 might be tricky for RAM to work

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Thanks for the reply!

 

I'm currently only intrested getting it stable.

 

 

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Hurt
Adept I

Re: 5600x and b550 might be tricky for RAM to work

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Did you try to enable DOCP, but disable CPB (Core Performance Boost)?

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Jumu
Adept II

Re: 5600x and b550 might be tricky for RAM to work

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Yes, i tried only docp.

It seems that older bios was able to do that (docp on, other overclocks disabled), newer one is causing crashing.

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Hurt
Adept I

Re: 5600x and b550 might be tricky for RAM to work

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Not D.O.C.P., but CPB (Core Performance Boost).

On my board's BIOS, this option is in "Advanced -> AMD CBS -> Core Performance Boost". Try to set it from Auto to Disabled for testing. Your CPU will not go in boost mode (e.g. 4,6GHz instead of 3,7GHz for a Ryzen 5 5600X), but just for testing. You can leave D.O.C.P enabled.

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Jumu
Adept II

Re: 5600x and b550 might be tricky for RAM to work

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Thanks for the clarification, i'll try that. If it works that way, what is to solution or what needs to be replaced?

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kurdtnz
Adept III

Re: 5600x and b550 might be tricky for RAM to work

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Was your RAM on your motherboards QVL list?

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Jumu
Adept II

Re: 5600x and b550 might be tricky for RAM to work

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It wasn't on the qvl list. I've heard that it shouldn't be a problem. There are only a few options on that list.

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Jumu
Adept II

Re: 5600x and b550 might be tricky for RAM to work

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I'm also troubleshooting with asus, they are looking into it, for two weeks now... 

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