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css, please tell me about the red line in the task manager under cpu.
Where did you run CPU/NB freq and CPU/NB voltage?
Hoping at least 2400MHz.

HTT or multi only, snips?

Iwamotto Tetsuz; My GSkill TridentX 1866MHz cas8 kit can run 2400MHz (cas10) with less than 1.77v with my 8350, just saying. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Multi only, 2400/2600 tried ramping Dram up 1.7v and no dice
cpu/Nb voltage IIRC 1.35v thereabouts
Edited by diggiddi - 11/6/15 at 10:42pm
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If you have budget mobo 970 series, chances that its too budget and won't work.

For 2400 some rams like G skill trident x 2400 CL10
8gb x2 takes 1.77V to have 0 errors running mem test which is the ram I have

Interesting thing, im going to give it a shot and see rolleyes.gif because it would be awesome to get the chance to use all the power tongue.gif
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That's right in line with how I would have gone about it too thumb.gif

Have you had any luck with raising the ref clock instead to try a different multiplier combinations?
My original 8350 was this way. It loved the ref clock! (if you haven't check spoiler above)
My 9590 (rig sig) doesn't like the ref clock much at all so far but who's complaining whistle.gif

Remember the kitty only supports (officially) up to 1866MHz memory. Not saying it can't be done just something more to consider.
The Z on the other hand OC's to 2133MHz and 2400MHz, could be either chip or mobo not liking the 2400MHz IMHO.

If you can't get it to boot I'd lower dram freq and tighten timings then slowly work my way back up after getting a better idea of how the dram reacts/preforms with a given clock that's half way stable.
Might simply be your combination won't run 2400MHz, not all do.
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That's right in line with how I would have gone about it too thumb.gif

Have you had any luck with raising the ref clock instead to try a different multiplier combinations?
My original 8350 was this way. It loved the ref clock! (if you haven't check spoiler above)
My 9590 (rig sig) doesn't like the ref clock much at all so far but who's complaining whistle.gif

Remember the kitty only supports (officially) up to 1866MHz memory. Not saying it can't be done just something more to consider.
The Z on the other hand OC's to 2133MHz and 2400MHz, could be either chip or mobo not liking the 2400MHz IMHO.

If you can't get it to boot I'd lower dram freq and tighten timings then slowly work my way back up after getting a better idea of how the dram reacts/preforms with a given clock that's half way stable.
Might simply be your combination won't run 2400MHz, not all do.

I'll give the Ref clock a shot and see
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Interesting thing, im going to give it a shot and see rolleyes.gif because it would be awesome to get the chance to use all the power tongue.gif

Note that once I got past 1.83V on the trident X it will not boot
once frequency is at 2400MHZ or higher even at stock timings.

2133MHZ or lower works fine going past 1.83V

I had also used the 970 d3p mobo, and if I go cl 8 2133 mhz it will boot but suddenly have crashes, 2400 at 225 is also the same. thats why I said 970 mobos may be to budget and not work with high speed rams
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Set xmp if you have it. if not find out your full timings, manulay input, set ram speed to highest and up the fsb. make sure nb and ht speeds can keep up with fsb increacse.

Either would work

Set ram to 2133 or 1866, set ram at 1.65V
Decreace cl untill it dosen't boot, set it one click higher.
increace fsb to it dosen't boot, if you don't get much more fsb then your running bascally at the rams limits, utilizing the spped cappable of

At stock I can run xmp and get it to 2400 but the moment I overclock cpu it wont even boot into Windoze

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increace fsb to it dosen't boot, if you don't get much more fsb then your running bascally at the rams limits, utilizing the spped cappable of

This is what happened to me ^

I can run my ram @2400Mhz with xmp, which set the FSB to 2400 but if I try to do heavy work, like 3D renderings, my PC wont handle it frown.gif. but using the ram at 2133Mhz with tight timings, works like a champ. I have a Dual channel Mushkin REDline CL 10

I have to admit that I stopped trying because i needed the PC up and running for work rolleyes.gif

Most likely your IMC. Some are better than others. Try adding CPU_NB volatge. I have seen some that need 1.35++v for 2400 ram/ NB. My CHVz defaults to 1.45v CPU_NB when I install 2400 ram
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I haven't done much at 2400 because my board seems to get similar performance with 1800 (CAS 8-9-9-24-1T or even just 9-9-9-27-1T with my DDR3L at 1.55). I was using Cinebench and LinX mainly to test this, though. I suppose MaxxMem Multi or StreamWin-32-64 are better for checking this...

However, I can get it (UD3P 2.0) to run at 1200 with reasonable voltage (1.65). 11-13-13-30 or something... I don't like overclocking RAM because it requires a manual CMOS reset if it fails and the extra voltage required adds to the heat load. Technically I'm not overclocking since the Patriot RAM is rated for 2400 but I also wonder if the 3:16 ratio is a hindrance over 1:4.

I did read an article that shows that Vishera can benefit from higher-speed RAM than 1866 though, contrary to a lot of comments around the net which say it's better to use slower clocks with low CAS. I think minimum gaming framerates are the significant area of improvement. Since I play slow-paced games it's not so important for me. But, it was cool to see my board run without a noticeable hitch with the RAM at 1200 MHz even though the board is only rated for 2000.

Since I have been able to get my rig very quiet at 4.5 (with GPU undervolting + Afterburner fan control) and the VRMs on this board are too demanding for much beyond it in terms of noise/performance I am probably going to take a break from the experiments.

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I haven't done much at 2400 because my board seems to get similar performance with 1800 (CAS 8-9-9-24-1T or even just 9-9-9-27-1T with my DDR3L at 1.55). I was using Cinebench and LinX mainly to test this, though. I suppose MaxxMem Multi or StreamWin-32-64 are better for checking this...

However, I can get it (UD3P 2.0) to run at 1200 with reasonable voltage (1.65). 11-13-13-30 or something... I don't like overclocking RAM because it requires a manual CMOS reset if it fails and the extra voltage required adds to the heat load. Technically I'm not overclocking since the Patriot RAM is rated for 2400 but I also wonder if the 3:16 ratio is a hindrance over 1:4.

I did read an article that shows that Vishera can benefit from higher-speed RAM than 1866 though, contrary to a lot of comments around the net which say it's better to use slower clocks with low CAS. I think minimum gaming framerates are the significant area of improvement. Since I play slow-paced games it's not so important for me. But, it was cool to see my board run without a noticeable hitch with the RAM at 1200 MHz even though the board is only rated for 2000.

Since I have been able to get my rig very quiet at 4.5 (with GPU undervolting + Afterburner fan control) and the VRMs on this board are too demanding for much beyond it in terms of noise/performance I am probably going to take a break from the experiments.


Try Aida 64's memory benchmark.
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