Question I get error messages when i enable the D.O.C.P. what can i do?

May 22, 2019
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Apart from the listed items, i have a Ballistix 8gb 3000mhz memory ram by Micron

I been trying to fix my ram speed (since they are at 2400mhz and they should run as 3000mhz) so people recommended me to enable the DOCP, which i did, and i get the speed performance, but when i turn off the pc and boot it up again, i get the following error messages (the one with the :( face) IEQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL and ATTEMTED_WRITE_TO_READONLY_MEMORY.

Last night i tried to improve the DRAM voltage (i read that recommendation online) from 1.35v to 1.355v, but i get this error message as well: PFN_LIST_CORRUPT

When i leave them all on Auto, it doesnt show any error message, so they are because of the changes.

This are the changes that the DOCP makes to the BIOS:

  • Memory frecuenzy : AUTO(was 2400mhz) -> DDR4-3000MHz
  • DRAM Voltage : AUTO (was 1.20000v) -> 1.35000v
  • Tdcdrd : AUTO -> 16
  • Tdcdwr : AUTO -> 16
  • PRE RAS# DRAM Time : AUTO -> 16
  • ACT RAS# DRAM Time : AUTO -> 36
Thanks for the help in advance
 

WildCard999

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I have 3 ram sticks tho. 2x4gb and 1x8gb. How should i arrange them? (the 8gb ram is a Ballistix 8gb 3000mhz memory ram by Micron )
So your issue is probably due to mixing memory, I'd use the ADATA now and sell/return the Ballistix and then when you want 16gb then either sell the ADATA and buy a 2x8gb kit or buy the exact same ADATA kit that you currently have however there is still a chance they won't work together.
 

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