|Processor (CPU)||AMD Ryzen 5 5600X Six Core CPU (3.7GHz-4.6GHz/35MB CACHE/AM4)|
|Motherboard||ASUS® TUF GAMING B550-PLUS (DDR4, USB 3.2, 6Gb/s) - ARGB Ready!|
|Memory (RAM)||32GB Corsair VENGEANCE DDR4 3600MHz (4 x 8GB)|
|Graphics Card||8GB NVIDIA GEFORCE RTX 3070 - HDMI, DP|
Any x500 board only accepts native speeds up to 3200MHz, the rest is overclocked with DOCP.Looking on the AMD site a Ryzen 5, 5600X only supports RAM up to 3200Mhz
It looks to me as though the main issue has been solved, probably by an updated AGESA/BIOS. We've seen only one issue in the whole month of June.So, from reading the comments, my rough summary is that it appears that only Ryzen 7 5800x is happy with 4 sticks of RAM at 3600MHz. It seems most other AMD CPUs struggle, but possibly a BIOS update/settings change might fix it?
However, it looks like 4 sticks at lower frequencies are more stable.
As stated in that thread, you're very out of date on the BIOS, would be worth calling PCS to get it updated.