Question I changed RAM frequency in Ryzen Master BSOD

choogip

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So I was messing around with Ryzen Master and noticed that my ram frequency was set to 1100Mhz(I have one 2400mhz ram stick). So I pulled the slider up to 2400 and rebooted.

At first my PC didn't boot, and after a couple of restarts it booted normally.

I reset it once again and now I'm getting a bsod with the error code 0xc00000e.
It happens as soon as I start I can't even get to the bios.

Did I fry my ram and what are some possible fixes.
 

boju

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Afaik (could be wrong), Ryzen Master reads memory single data rate. 1100*2 double data rate = 2200. 2200 does sound odd though, you sure it said 1100? Not 1200?. Overclocking ram to 2400 in Ryzen Master would make it 4800 ddr.

Try clear cmos to reset bios. Hopefully that'll do it and allow you to boot to bios. From there, check settings and enable Xmp or Docp, which ever your board utilities to run ram at 2400 if you need to, 2400 may be set by default.
 
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choogip

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Afaik (could be wrong), Ryzen Master reads memory single data rate. 1100*2 double data rate = 2200. 2200 does sound odd though, you sure it said 1100? Not 1200?. Overclocking ram to 2400 in Ryzen Master would make it 4800 ddr.

Try clear cmos to reset bios. Hopefully that'll do it and allow you to boot to bios. From there, check settings and enable Xmp or Docp, which ever your board utilities to run ram at 2400 if you need to, 2400 may be set by default.
Yep, resetting bios did the job, thanks
 

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