My new Ryzen x570 Aorus Master system Ryzen 9-3950X with 4 ea. HyperX 16G 3200MHz DDR4 RAM crashes when setting the RAM frequency at 3200MHz. The system works fine at 2400MHz.
Please let me know:
(1) what steps I could take to set the RAM speed per the ram specs? or
(2) what alternative RAM I could safely use with my system.
Here are the specs of some relevant components on my system:
Windows: 10 Pro 1909
RAM Kingston Hyper X 16GB DDR4-3200 CL16 288 PIN UDIMM
PA0301M ID: 1030613 2994
MOBO Gigabyte X570 BIOS: F11
UPC: 889523017470 EAN: 471933180654 SN195200004745
SSD Gigabyte NVMe
UPC: GP-ASM2NE6200TTTD SN195108900711 SN195108900712 SN195108900713
CPU AMD Ryzen 9-3950X
UPC: 100-100000051WOF EAN: 730143311809 SN: 9HT4933X90029
GPU MSI Radeon RX 5700 EVOKE OC
UPC: 824142195123 EAN: 4719072668501 SN: 602-V381-94SP1909001107
BTW, I have seen reports on line such as this as Tom's Hardware so I am hoping that a solution is available already to this issue.
I used same memory with 3900X, motherboard Gigabyte X570 Aorus Ultra (FW F11) and I had the same problem. But I found manually configuration, used it, tested ... no errors at 3200MHz
After "load default optimized settings", try configure:
Actived XMP profile - Profile 1
CAS Latency: 16
DRAM voltage: 1,350V