Question AMD Ryzen 5 2600 with a quad channel set of RAM

Jul 18, 2019
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Hey,

I have a AMD Ryzen 5 2600, a ASUS Prime B450M-A and just bought a new quad channel set of RAM.

Team T-Force Vulcan TLGD432G3000HC16CQC01 (4x8GB), 3000MHz DDR4, CL16-18-18-38, 1.35V

The RAM is fine if I leave it at 2400MHz but if I activate D.C.O.P. to get it to 3000MHz and I've tried 2933MHz also, my PC tries to boot a few times and then boots in safe mode and I have to set it down to 2400MHz.

Apparently my CPU doesn't like quad channel RAM sets.

Any fix/help for this issue?

Thanks
 

rigg42

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Hey,

I have a AMD Ryzen 5 2600, a ASUS Prime B450M-A and just bought a new quad channel set of RAM.

Team T-Force Vulcan TLGD432G3000HC16CQC01 (4x8GB), 3000MHz DDR4, CL16-18-18-38, 1.35V

The RAM is fine if I leave it at 2400MHz but if I activate D.C.O.P. to get it to 3000MHz and I've tried 2933MHz also, my PC tries to boot a few times and then boots in safe mode and I have to set it down to 2400MHz.

Apparently my CPU doesn't like quad channel RAM sets.

Any fix/help for this issue?

Thanks
Try adjusting SOC voltage manually. Sometimes lower is better sometimes higher is better. Stay below 1.2 volts. Do you know how to reset your CMOS just in case? I would also run memtest86 if you can get it to post at rated speed consistently.

EDIT: If you aren't on the newest Bios you should update it and try XMP again before trying the above.
 
Jul 18, 2019
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Try adjusting SOC voltage manually. Sometimes lower is better sometimes higher is better. Stay below 1.2 volts. Do you know how to reset your CMOS just in case? I would also run memtest86 if you can get it to post at rated speed consistently.

EDIT: If you aren't on the newest Bios you should update it and try XMP again before trying the above.
I'm on the latest BIOS version and tried DCOP at 2933MHz and 3000MHz.
 

DMAN999

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Check the QVL on the Vulcan page of the Team T-Force site.
I'm pretty sure I remember seeing that the max speed they list when using 4 sticks of RAM on any Asus B450 board is 2400 MHz.
But as stated above you could spend the time needed to manually OC it which may or may not allow you to get it to run at a higher speed.
 
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