Sorry,I couldn't check here because I'm in bad health from yesterday.
And thank you for your response about my question.
I heard AGESA 220.127.116.11 supports DDR4's Value from 2667 to 4000(133.33MT/s interval),
it means AGESA 18.104.22.168 supports "DDR4-2667,2800,2933,3067,3200,3333.3466,3600,3733,3866,4000"(includes 1T or 2T).
but Current Version Ryzen Master(I confirmed Ryzen Master's latest version before run.)couldn't recognized my memory setting..
Above is the reason of I contributed this entry.
If I take serious mistakes,please teach about my mistake(s).
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I hope you're feeling better today.
I just asked why you made that statement ("Ryzen Master can't read AGESA 22.214.171.124's new memory profile"). I see what you're saying now.
Is there a reason why you're trying to limit your memory to 2800MHz? This memory is actually Samsung E-die with timings 16-18-16-36-54 @ 1.35 V, try those settings in the BIOS and if there's a selection for 2800MHz in the frequency, try that.
Thank you for your care about my condition and very quick response about my quistion.
This memory(Corsair CMK16GX4M2B3200C16) is intermingled SK Hynix with Samsung chip,
and the mine is SK Hynix version.
XMP2.0 Profile is DDR4-3200 16-18-18-36-54.
This memory can't run beyond DDR4-2800 in my MB(MSI X370 GAMING PRO CARBON).
When I configured this memory setting as DDR4-2933 18-20-20-38,Even BIOS couldn't booted.
But your advice is certainly exact:I comfigured this memory as you adviced,
Though another chip version ...My PC correctly booted.
You are efficient hardware enthusiast.
But Ryzen Master still recognize this setting as DDR4-2933.
*I can't respond from now for 7 hours or longer because I'm Japanese and the time is 2:00 AM in Tokyo.
..and I'll report you about system stability after 24 hours or later.
I am using the same chips as you on an ASUS Prime B-350 plus mobo, try the following, 16 15 15 30 72 on 3066mhz @1.35v
Thanks for your report about this memory's setting.
I'll try to configure this memory's setting as you adviced.
From yesterday,my PC still stable enough over 26 hours.
Your advice(Configure memory timing DDR4-2800 email@example.comV) is certainly exact.
thank you for advice,but Ryzen Master still recognize this setting as DDR4-2933.
Thanks for your advice in the other day:
about Samsung E-Die version's best timing.
but that setting is probably not optimized for SK Hynix version.
(sometimes stopped a moment while gaming.)
Probably,SK Hynix version of this memory module's best timing is:
DDR4-2800 16-18-18-54 1.35V CR=1T.
I'm running this memory as this setting without no problem for 7 days.
Corsair intermingle different chip in same product:without notification and scruple.
It's nothing but vicious business.
I 'll buy G.Skill's Trident Z(Sumsung B-Die) next time and report then.
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if you the best b-die for ryzen get the 14d not the 16d 3200 sticks. basically get the flare-x 3200 not trident-z if posssible.
Thanks,but I want to run DDR4 "beyond" 3200.
Of course,I think it's difficult to run every memory module as "DDR4-4000 CR=1T" on current Ryzen Platform.
but I think "In the present state, G,Skill's Trident Z(F4-4266C19D-16GTZ)has largest possibility to makes memory clock higher(if possible...DDR4-4000)" at the same time.
Of course,if it will possible, latency will increase too...I know.
*If my sentence is strange,I'm sorry to you...I'm not good at English.
Oh,what a impressive picture (and fact) it is!
I should to buy FLARE X (F4-3200C14D-16GFX) as you say,
I understand the best B-Die is FLARE X as you said.
And you are using ASUS ROG CROSSHAIR Ⅵ HERO...it's best choice.
You are very nice end efficient hardware enthusiast.
Thanks a lot.