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#1426 RE: [OFFER] Gigabyte GA-AX370-Aorus Gaming 5 BIOS mod by lolailogd 15.07.2021 20:55

Zitat von Scherade im Beitrag #1425
Zitat von lolailogd im Beitrag #1424
Zitat von Scherade im Beitrag #1421
hello everybody, I am having problems with my memories. I wonder one of those problems with this motherboard can damage the ram modules. Do you recommend to change my motherboard? I had a kit
Corsair Vengeance LPX 2x8 ‎CMK16GX4M2B3000C15B and I couldn´t make them work well. So, I sold them. Then I got this g.skill kit: ‎F4-3200C15Q-32GTZ. At the begining they work fine but now windows shows the half of the ram is reserved for hardware and the memories are working at 1883 mhz more or less... I suspect there is something wrong with the ram. Any advice?

Thanks


Bios version?
Ryzen 1000, 2000 or 3000?



I have the last bios F50e. Ryzen 7 1700x

Today I tried another memory kits from Crucial, 2x16 and work fine. So, I am sure my G.Skill RAM are bad. I wonder how it happened because when I bought them work fine, too...

Thank you


email from gigabyte (a few moths ago):

According to our memory support list CMK32GX4M2B3200C16 is only supported as single module. Two or more modules are not supported: https://download.gigabyte.com/FileList/M...370-Gaming5.pdf For AMD Ryzen 1. generation you should use DDR4 2666 memory only: https://www.gigabyte.com/Motherboard/GA-...-5-rev-10/sp#sp

3000/3200 Mhz RAM is only "stable" with Ryzen 2000/3000

#1427 RE: [OFFER] Gigabyte GA-AX370-Aorus Gaming 5 BIOS mod by Scherade 15.07.2021 22:54

Zitat von lolailogd im Beitrag #1426


3000/3200 Mhz RAM is only "stable" with Ryzen 2000/3000



Thanks. I am in contact with Gigabyte support, too. I am afraid to continue buying memory kits and the system broke them... They says to me that:

"F4-3200C15Q-32GTZ is not on our mmory support list Summit Ridge CPU .


The specs say:

Support for DDR4 3200(O.C.)/2933(O.C.)/2667*/2400/2133 MHz memory modules
* Support for higher than DDR4 2667 MHz may vary by CPU.


Ryzen 7 1700x specification is:up to DDR4 2667


But what means exactly "stable" My system now is working fine, I do not notice any error or problem.

#1428 RE: [OFFER] Gigabyte GA-AX370-Aorus Gaming 5 BIOS mod by lolailogd 24.08.2021 13:58

@ket

Ryzen ‘Zen 3’ CPU Support on ASUS X370 & B350 Motherboards Using ASRock 400 Series BIOS
https://wccftech.com/amd-ryzen-zen-3-cpu...00-series-bios/

«Flashing BIOS from Gigabyte and BIOSTAR 400-series line renders the PC unusable since the PC is unable to boot. Flashing the ASRock BIOS though lets you boot through SATA drives and AMD Ryzen 5000 'Zen 3' chips work without any issue though you do lack NVMe support and resizable-BAR»

#1429 RE: [OFFER] Gigabyte GA-AX370-Aorus Gaming 5 BIOS mod by angelxulo 09.09.2021 06:38

Good afternoon everyone. I introduce myself, my name is Angel and I am from Spain.
I have a GA-AX370-Gaming 5 motherboard. It is factory damaged and seems to be a problem with the BIOS Chips.
It will help me to read the ICs with a CH341A programmer and send me the .bin files of the 4 ICs
I guess the Chips are the same in groups of 2. There are 2 above and another 2 below.

My models are the following:
-Group 1:
1- MXIC MX 25U12873F M2I-10G 8D517100 L172000
2- MXIC MX 25U12873F M2I-10G 8D517100 L172000
-Group 2:
3- MXIC MX 25L4006E M2I-12G 3Y093300 L171580
4- MXIC MX 25L4006E M2I-12G 3Y031000 L170780

Please, I need the read file of your ICs. There is no way to get the IC group 2 ROM.

Thank you. I hope your answer soon!

#1430 RE: [OFFER] Gigabyte GA-AX370-Aorus Gaming 5 BIOS mod by ket 15.09.2021 16:00

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Zitat von lolailogd im Beitrag #1426
Zitat von Scherade im Beitrag #1425
Zitat von lolailogd im Beitrag #1424
Zitat von Scherade im Beitrag #1421
hello everybody, I am having problems with my memories. I wonder one of those problems with this motherboard can damage the ram modules. Do you recommend to change my motherboard? I had a kit
Corsair Vengeance LPX 2x8 ‎CMK16GX4M2B3000C15B and I couldn´t make them work well. So, I sold them. Then I got this g.skill kit: ‎F4-3200C15Q-32GTZ. At the begining they work fine but now windows shows the half of the ram is reserved for hardware and the memories are working at 1883 mhz more or less... I suspect there is something wrong with the ram. Any advice?

Thanks


Bios version?
Ryzen 1000, 2000 or 3000?



I have the last bios F50e. Ryzen 7 1700x

Today I tried another memory kits from Crucial, 2x16 and work fine. So, I am sure my G.Skill RAM are bad. I wonder how it happened because when I bought them work fine, too...

Thank you


email from gigabyte (a few moths ago):

According to our memory support list CMK32GX4M2B3200C16 is only supported as single module. Two or more modules are not supported: https://download.gigabyte.com/FileList/M...370-Gaming5.pdf For AMD Ryzen 1. generation you should use DDR4 2666 memory only: https://www.gigabyte.com/Motherboard/GA-...-5-rev-10/sp#sp

3000/3200 Mhz RAM is only "stable" with Ryzen 2000/3000


Thats just garbage memory support on newer firmware. I ran an R7 1700 on the Gaming 5 a few years ago and had the system fully stable at 3466MHz CL16 with a kit of Samsung B-Die. Memory compatibility has always been an issue for GB though, the only manufacturer from my experience that doesn't seem to suffer this problem too much is Asrock.

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