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LOLOLOLOLOL!!!


So..yeah.


Listen. Pull the sticks. look at serial numbers, and place sticks, lowest number to highest, in A1, B1, C1, D1, A2, B2, C2, D2.

Boot into BIOS. Go to tools page, and check SPD tool there. If any sticks give "ERROR", reseat them. Snap screenshot, if ya want for timings.


Try MemOK button...what happens?


Heh. Man, I'mma jealous, I love playing with stuff like this. I'd drop everything to stock, and clock ram manually.
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LOLOLOLOLOL!!!


So..yeah.


Listen. Pull the sticks. look at serial numbers, and place sticks, lowest number to highest, in A1, B1, C1, D1, A2, B2, C2, D2.

Boot into BIOS. Go to tools page, and check SPD tool there. If any sticks give "ERROR", reseat them. Snap screenshot, if ya want for timings.


Try MemOK button...what happens?


Heh. Man, I'mma jealous, I love playing with stuff like this. I'd drop everything to stock, and clock ram manually.

That's what I did the 2nd time someone had mentioned that before may have been you or something I read on the ROG forums.


Anywhoo new results back to the starting plate w/ just a big of a difference lol.




VTT on 1.2
VCCSA on 1.15 when they were on 1.15 and 1.05 that's when I got he previous results but hadn't optimized defaults yet.

WHat's the MEM OK button do again?
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MemOK should run a few pre-set memory tests and set the board up right for the sticks.

Don't forget to check SPDTOOL in BIOS!!!

Likely it was me making the install recommendation...just one of the many things I suggest noone else does, because I just roll like dat. :roll:
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MemOK should run a few pre-set memory tests and set the board up right for the sticks.

Don't forget to check SPDTOOL in BIOS!!!

Likely it was me making the install recommendation...just one of the many things I suggest noone else does, because I just roll like dat. :roll:

Is that actually proven to help or just something to check? Also looked @ The SPD TOOL and saw the major diff betewen profile 1 and 2 1 is tighter settings while 2 is more laxed, just tried too but still getting about the same and latency goes up so yeah...kinda stumped on this. Let me try the Mem tool and setting latency to nearest in case it reset.
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Yeha, MemOK! should set up tertiary timings properly. It's been useful for me with Z77 and Z87, never had to use it on X79 myself.
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Yeha, MemOK! should set up tertiary timings properly. It's been useful for me with Z77 and Z87, never had to use it on X79 myself.

It set everything to stock lol @ 1333mhz

I had to set it back on the profile to 2400 booted into windows still the same. I noticed that the XMP profile speeds call for 1.25 on VCCSA. This really sucks at least its not crashing but man those are slow as hell speeds... 2133 changes nothing really, haven't tested 1866, if I did block 125 what should I change?

Gonna shoot for 2333

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Edit nope 2333 only synced up read/write, and really boosted copy though lol. Latency = 52 even lower.

Read = 17gbs write = 17gbs copy = 28.7gbs Latency = 52

minor progress but still what could be causing the speeds to be so slow?
Edited by LunaP - 2/28/14 at 4:22pm
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Look at the right-hand column of timings in you most recent memtweakit...those 7s are screwing with you.

try 9-11-11-31-2t on 2133 MHz, 1.6 V should be enough.
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Look at the right-hand column of timings in you most recent memtweakit...those 7s are screwing with you.

try 9-11-11-31-2t on 2133 MHz, 1.6 V should be enough.

Shouldn't they be 8's? or 9's?

I'll pop those timings in on the 2333 I have and see what happens. Also edited my previous post at the same time you responded so check that out too.
Edited by LunaP - 2/28/14 at 4:26pm
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Compare first and second memtweakit, first is what I expect for 4 sticks @ 1600-2133.

Note which ones adjusted there, and which didn't.

What to set...man...I dunno. I have tonnes of timing set-up on paper...I'll snap a pic of a couple of timings to try...



Edited by cadaveca - 2/28/14 at 4:30pm
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Compare first and second memtweakit, first is what I expect for 4 sticks @ 1600-2133.

Instant BSOD on 2333

2133 @ those timings booted. Testing speeds.

I can't set the cas delay timings any higher than 7 it seems and WHOAH WHOAH WHOA CAD ur a genius!!! Pics shortly once this is done running

read 58.5gbs write 61gbs copy 57 gbs latency 55.6


We're getting somewhere!!!! \o/


ANy chance my previous memory was the reason I couldn't go past 4.6?????? I wanna try again. Windows would just freeze @ boot up (dotted lines)
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