Question Trident Z Problems

Aug 11, 2019
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Recently just upgraded my PC to a Ryzen 3600 on an Asus Strix B450-f and Trident Z 8GB x 2 DDR4-2400. I can boot into windows, but there is a yellowish-orange light that signifies a problem with the ram. In addition to this, the RAM will not clock to 3200 mHZ. I chose DOCP with the correct XMP and even edited the RAM frequency to just 3000mHZ. Third, CPU temps don't show in HWMonitor, Ryzen Master, or Afterburner. Lastly, though unrelated, I get the message "The boot selection failed because a required device is inaccessible" whnever I exit the BIOS, and sometimes when I restart. From a cold star, it seems to be fine. Thanks so much!
 
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Phaaze88

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Take one stick of ram and try to boot it in each slot. Does the system recognize it each time?
Do the same with the other stick.

Download and run Cpu-Z. Link: https://www.cpuid.com/
Click on the speed, or SPD, tab. There you will see a few different memory profiles. Is 3200 one of them?
If it is not, you will have to set the speed AND timings to 3200 manually.
 
Aug 11, 2019
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Take one stick of ram and try to boot it in each slot. Does the system recognize it each time?
Do the same with the other stick.

Download and run Cpu-Z. Link: https://www.cpuid.com/
Click on the speed, or SPD, tab. There you will see a few different memory profiles. Is 3200 one of them?
If it is not, you will have to set the speed AND timings to 3200 manually.
Did this. I still get the yellow light. Ican get into windows with no problem, the light just goes on and I already set the XMP profiles but it doesnt work.
 

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