Question Imputing RAM timings causes black screen

Jackr987

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Imputing the RAM timings for my model causes a black screen when booting. I've tried using A-XMP profiles but it has the same issue. I'm using patriot viper steel ddr4 32gb (PVS432G320C6K) which has a timing of 16-18-18-36, however at the moment it's running at 16-20-20-40.

I've been able to manually set the frequency to it's rated 3200MHz but the timings I can't seem to get to work. I've left the DRAM voltage on Auto.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!


System:

Ryzen 7 5700x

MSI tomahawk b550
 

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You seem to have one more (beta)BIOS version pending update. After flashing the BIOS, clear the CMOS, then retry with manually inputting ram timings, frequency and voltage. Set the voltage to 1.45v, then set frequency and then tinker with timings(as advertised). See if that helps.
 

Jackr987

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You seem to have one more (beta)BIOS version pending update. After flashing the BIOS, clear the CMOS, then retry with manually inputting ram timings, frequency and voltage. Set the voltage to 1.45v, then set frequency and then tinker with timings(as advertised). See if that helps.
Do I input the timings stated on the product page (16-18-18-36), or the one on CPU-Z under the timings table for XPM-3200 (16-20-20-40)?

I've currently got it stable at 16-20-20-40 at 3200MHz using A-XMP profile 2.
 

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