[SOLVED] XMP Crashes games, and in rare cases, the system

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I have trouble shot this system and finally determined that xmp does not work on these components.

I have clean installed windows, updated chipset drivers from AMD, i habe updared bios, i have tried the xmp profile from the ram stick and the "levels" from the bios, i habe entered the timings manually, i have checked the voltage and command rate and all i can say is that if i do anything with xmp, the system will crash in games. Sometimes the game, in extreme cases, the whole system.

I am not certain the memory is the faulty one but if anyone knows or has heard of how to fix this pmease share. I have messaged the motherboard manufacturer and the memory manufacturer.

https://pcpartpicker.com/user/codyh1414/saved/#view=K4FPVn
 
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I have trouble shot this system and finally determined that xmp does not work on these components.

I have clean installed windows, updated chipset drivers from AMD, i habe updared bios, i have tried the xmp profile from the ram stick and the "levels" from the bios, i habe entered the timings manually, i have checked the voltage and command rate and all i can say is that if i do anything with xmp, the system will crash in games. Sometimes the game, in extreme cases, the whole system.

I am not certain the memory is the faulty one but if anyone knows or has heard of how to fix this pmease share. I have messaged the motherboard manufacturer and the memory manufacturer.

https://pcpartpicker.com/user/codyh1414/saved/#view=K4FPVn
The memory kit you bought was meant for Intel systems, but will work fine if you manually set the timings or if the memory kit has an XMP setting for 3200MT/s. If it has 16-18-18-38 timings, that will probably work best with your AMD system.

It's a dual rank memory kit and that type of configuration usually requires slower speeds on AMD Ryzen systems depending on which generation Ryzen you are using. 2x16GB, 4x16GB and 4x8GB are dual rank configurations on your motherboard. You may need to manually set the speed, timing and voltage if XMP does not work at 3200MT/s speeds.
 
I have trouble shot this system and finally determined that xmp does not work on these components.

I have clean installed windows, updated chipset drivers from AMD, i habe updared bios, i have tried the xmp profile from the ram stick and the "levels" from the bios, i habe entered the timings manually, i have checked the voltage and command rate and all i can say is that if i do anything with xmp, the system will crash in games. Sometimes the game, in extreme cases, the whole system.

I am not certain the memory is the faulty one but if anyone knows or has heard of how to fix this pmease share. I have messaged the motherboard manufacturer and the memory manufacturer.

https://pcpartpicker.com/user/codyh1414/saved/#view=K4FPVn
The memory kit you bought was meant for Intel systems, but will work fine if you manually set the timings or if the memory kit has an XMP setting for 3200MT/s. If it has 16-18-18-38 timings, that will probably work best with your AMD system.

It's a dual rank memory kit and that type of configuration usually requires slower speeds on AMD Ryzen systems depending on which generation Ryzen you are using. 2x16GB, 4x16GB and 4x8GB are dual rank configurations on your motherboard. You may need to manually set the speed, timing and voltage if XMP does not work at 3200MT/s speeds.
 

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