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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.

I'd not hesitate to try.
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I'd not hesitate to try.

Whats the highest Voltage recommended for 24/7 use that won't kill my CPU in a year lol
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@LunaP

When the timings differ per chan on the mem timings page then it means that the board dropped that chan.
I found that out messing with the IOL's and RTL's on the bottom.

To help prevent it from dropping chan's set:
Dram Training
Enhanced Training (CHA, CHB, CHC and CHD)
Set them to enabled.

Set Rampage Tweak Mode to 3, this may or may not make any difference...

Set Latency Boundry to nearest, nearer or further.
Nearest being the fastest.
Furthest will ruin your bandwith and it's only worth messing with when you're trying to figure out some WR clocks...

Set RAW MHZ Aid to disabled.
Change it from auto to disabled, I'm assuing the board is putting it on enabled when you have it set to auto.
This is another setting that will absolutely ruin your bandwith.

Those 2 settings I found cut the bandwith around half for each.
I managed to get around 12-15k in bandwith by setting them, which is pretty freaking horrible.
It's all like, "Look mom, I have an amd now"...

The only other one off hand I can think of is the command rate, yours is set to 2t.
You're gonna want 1t.
But with that much ram it might not be stable, it's definitely worth a shot though.


Edit:
I see you got somewhere, what timings did you change?
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Whats the highest Voltage recommended for 24/7 use that won't kill my CPU in a year lol

I say 1.35V. 1.4V should be fine, too, but staying under 75C is recommended, of course. Get under 50C, and I think a bit more is OK.


At the same time, it depends on the chip. Chips with higher leakage can handle more voltage.
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@LunaP

When the timings differ per chan on the mem timings page then it means that the board dropped that chan.
I found that out messing with the IOL's and RTL's on the bottom.

To help prevent it from dropping chan's set:
Dram Training
Enhanced Training (CHA, CHB, CHC and CHD)
Set them to enabled.

Set Rampage Tweak Mode to 3, this may or may not make any difference...

Set Latency Boundry to nearest, nearer or further.
Nearest being the fastest.
Furthest will ruin your bandwith and it's only worth messing with when you're trying to figure out some WR clocks...

The only other one off hand I can think of is the command rate, yours is set to 2t.
You're gonna want 1t.
But with that much ram it might not be stable, it's definitely worth a shot though.

1T is wasting time with 64 GB. Wanting it doesn't matter. Anything 2133 Mhz and over, 2T is best for long-term longevity, IMHO. He's not benchmarking 24/7 with this rig. Tweaking for benchmarks is a whole different ball game.
Edited by cadaveca - 2/28/14 at 4:41pm
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I say 1.35V. 1.4V should be fine, too, but staying under 75C is recommended, of course. Get under 50C, and I think a bit more is OK.


At the same time, it depends on the chip. Chips with higher leakage can handle more voltage.
1T is wasting time with 64 GB. Wanting it doesn't matter. Anything 2133 Mhz and over, 2T is best for long-term longevity, IMHO. He's not benchmarking 24/7 with this rig. Tweaking for benchmarks is a whole different ball game.

So far @ 4.9 can't get to windows w/o BSOD even @ 1.4v trying with 4.8.


Oddly @ 4.8 it just locks up @ starting windows yet 4.9 instant BSOD.

Also @ 4.8 reset button refuses to work.
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So far @ 4.9 can't get to windows w/o BSOD even @ 1.4v trying with 4.8.


Oddly @ 4.8 it just locks up @ starting windows yet 4.9 instant BSOD.

You can push more if you want, but again, it's all about the chip, temps, and cooling, to me.
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You can push more if you want, but again, it's all about the chip, temps, and cooling, to me.

I pushed as hard as I could nothing. VCSAA all the way up to 1.25 and VTT at the same 1.4 v it cannot boot @ 4.8 though oddly 4.9 just BSOD's so odd. Trying 4.6 again on 1.3v Backed down on the other settings again.


Nothing it just sits at loading windows everything frozen then about a minute later the comp just reboots. Seems 4.5 is all I can do lol. Really hope I'm not missing out on any performance gains w/ that missing 500mhz |:

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Originally Posted by NEOAethyr View Post

@LunaP

When the timings differ per chan on the mem timings page then it means that the board dropped that chan.
I found that out messing with the IOL's and RTL's on the bottom.

To help prevent it from dropping chan's set:
Dram Training
Enhanced Training (CHA, CHB, CHC and CHD)
Set them to enabled.

Set Rampage Tweak Mode to 3, this may or may not make any difference...

Set Latency Boundry to nearest, nearer or further.
Nearest being the fastest.
Furthest will ruin your bandwith and it's only worth messing with when you're trying to figure out some WR clocks...

Set RAW MHZ Aid to disabled.
Change it from auto to disabled, I'm assuing the board is putting it on enabled when you have it set to auto.
This is another setting that will absolutely ruin your bandwith.

Those 2 settings I found cut the bandwith around half for each.
I managed to get around 12-15k in bandwith by setting them, which is pretty freaking horrible.
It's all like, "Look mom, I have an amd now"...

The only other one off hand I can think of is the command rate, yours is set to 2t.
You're gonna want 1t.
But with that much ram it might not be stable, it's definitely worth a shot though.


Edit:
I see you got somewhere, what timings did you change?


Just the ones Cad gave me 9-11-11-31 took me from 17gbs back to nearly 60. Also for testing purposes I added you're settings just now ( raw mhz aid + dram training ) I'll see how it goes.


There's GOT to be other settings that assist w/ this as there's no way regardless of pumping up to 1.5v that the CPU just can't move past +100 mhz more.........

Ok weird I went back to my previous settings @ 4.5 and now loading into windows just throws a bajillion colored pixels @ me

Hoping thats my graphics driver but I think somethings awry damnit.
Edited by LunaP - 2/28/14 at 4:55pm
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Of course it's slower...but....man...CPU is what..3.6 GHz on all cores stock? 1 GHz OC is not enough?


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Ideal OC is less than 1.3V, in my books, should give easy temps to deal with for most cooling.

Pushing 64 GB is gonna limit CPU OC a bit, I guess. Keeping an eye out for a pre-tested chip might be worthwhile if you're really after that 5 GHz.
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Of course it's slower...but....man...CPU is what..3.6 GHz on all cores stock? 1 GHz OC is not enough?


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Ideal OC is less than 1.3V, in my books, should give easy temps to deal with for most cooling.

Pushing 64 GB is gonna limit CPU OC a bit, I guess. Keeping an eye out for a pre-tested chip might be worthwhile if you're really after that 5 GHz.


Yeah though the same issue was when I had only 4 sticks in as well.. so odd.. hoping I don't need to resinstall windows I can't get in anymore just tons a pink squares.. wth
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Yeah though the same issue was when I had only 4 sticks in as well.. so odd.. hoping I don't need to resinstall windows I can't get in anymore just tons a pink squares.. wth

possible you need to, yep. VCCSA.VTT too low can cause video artifacting...pink squares is usually VGA mem...did you bork your top card playing with the memory, swapping slots??

I had an SSD die last week...lost about 600 hours of review work yet to be posted...


I bought a 60 GB Corsair ForceGT...it's red....backed my OS SDD onto it....like a red emergency phone. biggrin.gif
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