I've got 32GiB, 1866, 9-9-9-27, seemingly stable again.
Had to tweak my VCCSA and VTT more extensively (I'm at 1.15v on both right now), as well as loosen a few sub-timings. It wasn't that the sub-timings themselves were unstable, it's that the auto detected RTLs and IOLs were occasionally set too low by the BIOS. Since I can only set offsets on these, and not 100% manual/fixed values, I had to loosen the other timings to 'trick' the board into setting the correct IOL range.
I also had to boost vDIMM to 1.385v.
I'm 14 hours into a Prime95 run. If all goes well, I'll switch to LinX in about 10 hours.
Originally Posted by CL3P20
Really though.. what can you even run, software wise that can produce loads like IBT? If thats not a "stable" system.. I will just stop using computers today.
Very little, minute for minute, but I do plenty of things that are far more likely to produce a memory error over the span of hours or days than LINPACK tests will in 30 minutes.
So, I usually run about 48 hours of LINPACK with 95% memory usage, in addition to my other tests.
I like to have a system that I can set to a demanding task, walk away, and comeback a month or two later and it's still doing what I told it to do.