[SOLVED] Strange Ram Issues BSOD and MHZ

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I have recently decided to get some PC upgrades. Most are just aesthetics but I did buy new ram sticks. I originally had (2x8gb ddr4 3200mhz gskill trident z) and purchased two more sticks of 8 to make 32. They are the exact same type as the old sticks and timing on all of them is correct. When I tried booting after installing the motherboard gave me a ram error and reset them to the lowest MHz. When enabling the D.O.C.P standard in my bios and selecting 3200 MHz it gave me the same issue. I was able to find that running it under the d.o.c.p at 3066 mhz works for a short time but then gives a bsod with the error code (Page_Fault_Nonpaged_Area). I have tried every combination on the mother board with all sticks and it is always able to recognize every stick without a problem. I have also increased the voltage to 1.35 with no fix. I also updated my bios as well. All of my parts are listed below. Please help!

Motherboard: Asus b450-f gaming
CPU: Ryzen 7 2700x
Ram:4x8gb ddr4 3200mhz
GPU: nvidia rtx 2060 super
Storage: m.2 500gb 1tb sata 2 tb hd
 
Even if you had bought all four modules as a single kit, you still need to run 4x8GB at 2933 or 3000 on Ryzen 2000 because of motherboard and memory controller limitations. Getting 3200 to run can take a long time to tweak and get running stable. You should be able to run 2933-3000 at CL14 to CL16 with 1.32-1.35v. You likely won't notice any difference between 3000 and 3200.

It's possible to run faster than 3200 with Ryzen 2000, but it takes a lot of patients and memory setting tweaks to work and a motherboard better suited to memory overclocking four modules.
 
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Even if you had bought all four modules as a single kit, you still need to run 4x8GB at 2933 or 3000 on Ryzen 2000 because of motherboard and memory controller limitations. Getting 3200 to run can take a long time to tweak and get running stable. You should be able to run 2933-3000 at CL14 to CL16 with 1.32-1.35v. You likely won't notice any difference between 3000 and 3200.

It's possible to run faster than 3200 with Ryzen 2000, but it takes a lot of patients and memory setting tweaks to work and a motherboard better suited to memory overclocking four modules.
 
Reactions: tmaster3725
Oct 20, 2019
4
0
20
1
Even if you had bought all four modules as a single kit, you still need to run 4x8GB at 2933 or 3000 on Ryzen 2000 because of motherboard and memory controller limitations. Getting 3200 to run can take a long time to tweak and get running stable. You should be able to run 2933-3000 at CL14 to CL16 with 1.32-1.35v. You likely won't notice any difference between 3000 and 3200.

It's possible to run faster than 3200 with Ryzen 2000, but it takes a lot of patients and memory setting tweaks to work and a motherboard better suited to memory overclocking four modules.
Thank you so much I will try this now!
 

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