So I’ve got an Asus Prime X470 Pro on the latest BIOS, with a Ryzen 5 2600 @ 4.0ghz at stock voltage. I’ve got G.Skill TridentZ 3200 memory (F4-3200C16D-16GTZR) which is on the board’s QVL, listed to run at 3200 on my board.
However, I cannot for the life of me get it to run at those speeds. I’m trying the D.O.C.P. profile which pulled the timings automatically, but I did manually check them to verify. The RAM is set to 1.35v, and the SOC I’ve pushed all the way up to 1.2v (which is as high as I’m willing to go I think).
In this configuration, the fastest stable speed I can seem to get is 2933mhz. At 3000mhz the system is unstable after more than a minute or two. At 3066mhz the system boots but almost immediately freezes. At 3133mhz the system won’t boot, and at 3200mhz the system won’t even post. Those are all at 1.2v SOC.
Like I said, I’m nervous to push the SOC voltage any higher and I don’t think I should have to since this memory SKU was on the QVL. Is there something I’m missing? Anything else I should try, like setting the subtimings or something?