taskmanager shows always the double speed ... the other 2 look like a rounding error
mine is shown correct at 1200/2400
yes mine does the same thing, my temps don't show correct either, there is no way my ryzen 7 1700 idles at 17c when it's 10 degres warmer in the house, the temps also don't go over 35c under full load, something is wrong with the utility, it's shows correct in the bios for my ram speed and temps but not in windows.
The temps in my installation of Ryzen Master app look okay to me.
They tally with the corsair link temps and are with around 1C of each other
the only difference being that corsair link reports it 20C higher
The Task-Manager and HWInfo are both showing the correct RAM frequency
Taskmanager shows it as 2800 mhz
Hw Info shows it as 1399.6 x 2 = 2799.2 mhz
Ryzen Master however shows it as 1467 x 2 = 2934 mhz
So I thought my memory was running at 2934 mhz
In reality it is running at 2800 mhz
Curious as to why there's a discrepancy. Here's mine:
Do you have your OC methods and system specs posted anywhere else I can take a look at?
Never mind, I found your system specs (Basanti II ) which uses CMK32GX4M2B3000C15 if I'm not mistaken.
Saw something similar on an older BIOS of Gigabyte Aorus GA-X370-GAMING K7. The Gigabyte windows tools reported 3200 but others reported 2133 (CPUz,taskmanager, BIOS). Running my Ram at stock 2133 for the moment.
With the first BIOS I selected the XMP profile (3200), it booted without complaining and the gigabyte windows tools said it was running at 3200. Then with other tools including the BIOS it said it was running at 2133.
With latest Beta BIOS F4E with AGESA 10.0.0.6 I can run up to 2933 with the XMP profile. It does not boot at 3200. I had some booting problems when changinf settings on the BIOS, so I leave all at default until I have time to play again.
The performance increase compared to my F2004 (old) (FX9590) and Laptop Asus Strix GL502VS (i7 6700hq) is so BIG that at 2133 is just awesome.
Corsair changed the chips from their memory kits, so if you look Amazon reviews a lot of people had success with this Kit when Ryzen was launched. All reviews from current revisions have problems. My kit is CMK16GX4M2B3200C16 version 5.39. For the moment I will not change the ram, it works.
Yours ist on TOP of the liste! Meine technically isn't listed as I'm using a quad set up, but the dual is listed. I know the individual sticks are, but my kit isn't (F4-3200C14Q-32GTZR).
The RAM I'm running is actually slightly above rated speeds. 4 x 8Gb at 3333 MHz CL14. That speed is listed correctly in the UEFI and CPUz, I haven't checked Ryzen Master, I can take a look this evening.
Yes thats right,
That's the memory kit.
Its strange because when I use Thaiphoon Burner to Read the RAM SPD and then report on it,
I get the following details
DRAM Components = HYNIX H5AN8G8NMFR-TFC
When I use the browser and find the RAM in the COMMON database
then I get the following details
DRAM Components = SAMSUNG K4A8G085WB-BCPB
I'm not sure whether;
because mine is HYNIX and thats why I'm struggling
or because there seems to be a ROM-Hole around the 3000Mhz frequency in all DDR4 RAM
Yes it exists, but the 3000 Mhz frequency Ram modules are far less in number than say 2133, 2667 and even 3200
I'm not really comfortable messing with bios ram timings or cpu/ram voltages,
So all of those are more or less untouched with the exception of RAM Frequency whicj I set to 2800 in the drop down in the bios
My Bios is 1.63 beta
I've attached the dump (which looks to be in Thaiphoon Burners own format)
And a html of the report.
I've also attached screen grabs from my memory report (CMK32GX4M2B3000C15) Hynix
And from the browser COMMON database (CMK32GX4M2B3000C15) Samsung
Thanks for having a look,
I just have the FREE (read only) version of Thaiphoon Burner
Sorry I forgot to attach the pics ( I could not upload the dump file - the uploader flagged it as not a valid image format)
My Memory (CMK32GX4M2B3000C15) Hynix
Browser DB List filtered (CMK32GX4M2B3000C15) Samsung highlighted
Detail Entry for selected item in list above (SAME Module number)
Screen Grab of Hex Dump (on screen not as a .THP file)
Thanks for looking
That's ok - I found the listing in the DB now. In theory there's absolutely no difference between the Samsung B-Die and the Hynix chips when it comes to SPD data - which is why the lack of 2 listings for this specific SKU. From what I can see of your first 128 Bytes of your CRC matches the DB listing and I'm assuming the second 128 Bytes should be ok as well.
When you "read" your memory, do you see any CRC errors? It should be at the bottom of the "Read" screen and also in the detailed listing on the first image you posted. To see it, open Thaiphoon Burner, and click on "Read". Select your EEPROM module and look somewhere near the lower end (in the "SPD PROTOCOL" section) like this image:
I highly doubt you have an error there, but it's worth looking into. As for the memory hole you mentioned, it should be between the 33xx - 36xx speeds; also don't think it's affecting your setup. Also, what kxuping said https://community.amd.com/message/2806206#comment-2806206 , there seems to be an issue with the newer releases. Hopefully it's not the case here and just a matter of finding a stable BIOS set up.
I will check it when I get home tonight.
"It never rains".....
so the saying goes...
After reading your response Whiskey-Foxtrot,
I did as you said and I get an error on one of the DIMMS
I think it was bank-1 on dimm-1
Please see attached.
I guess this means I need to run Memtest86+
And possibly RMA the memory kit?
Or maybe it means the memory timings are incorrect?
I'm sick to death of this and would prefer to change them,
but I've spent up on my build and eating noodle for the rest of the year hahaha
Dimm1 with Error
I half suspected something with SPD. You have 2 options: RMA it, or restore SPD with Thaiphoon (it's very very simple), but you will need at least the $16 version of it. Let me know what you'd like to do jaandoh. I sent you a link to one of my sites in private on how to fix it - I'm not posting it here as I don't want to advertise my site.
I also want to add to this: SPD corruption can come from a few applications that write carelessly through/over SMB bus without proper interlocks; CPU-Z: I use it and reference it a lot, but I truly HATE it but that's another story (make sure you have the latest version which fixes these issues), many motherboard utility apps (not going to mention them - I don't advertise or put any of them down), and almost ALL RGB controller software (except CAM from NZXT as they write through USB). What I'm trying to say is do not use multiple of any of the apps mentioned here, especially if you're going to access EEPROM/SMB data.