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I don't understand how people can run theirs with a stable oc of say 4.8 on such low voltages. Still reading...




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I don't understand how people can run theirs with a stable oc of say 4.8 on such low voltages. Still reading...




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Depends a bit on the CPU I guess

My 4960X
4,6 GHz - 1,26 vcore
4,7 GHz - 1,35 vcore
4,8 GHz - 1,45 vcore
4,9 GHz - a **** load of vcore frown.gif
    
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I don't understand how people can run theirs with a stable oc of say 4.8 on such low voltages. Still reading...




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Also struggling with that. I suspect that the 4x8GB at 2400MHz gets in the way but I tried running the kit at 1600MHz without much luck. Need to understand the strap 125 better as I think this is the key to lower voltage.
    
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@LunaP

Just got myself 8 sticks of MFR-based single-sided sticks, exact same problems as you with SPD tool in BIOS showing four sticks as "abnormal".

However, I don't have any bandwidth problems...58k/62k/58k in AIDA64 test no problem.

Also, when using 8 sticks, I find PLL overvolt needs to be enabled, and I need 0.950V VCCSA @ 2133 MHz, compared to 0.900 V @ 2666 w/four sticks.


It's either your CPU, or the board, that had you RMA those ram kits, I am pretty sure.


@Raja@ASUS


Raja, power figures with clamp meter, testing done using 8-pin only and Prime95 with 5 minute FFT length, and 12288 MB of ram in test usage options:

good chip

stock 3.6 all cores, no XMP: 139 W

OC 4.5 GHz all cores: 210 W

bad chip

stock 3.6 GHz, no XMP: 168W

OC 4.3 GHz: 238 W

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Good chip cannot run with less than 140% current setting @ stock. Bad chip cannot run 24/7 stable with less than 170%
Good chip works OK with adjustment, bad chip, adjust VCCSA current limits = BSOD, too.

I would really like to run good chip with 100% current setting, and the other "normal" VRM options available enabled(spread spectrum, etc), which is not possible with 140% VRM setting.

I also hooked up my Zalman power meters, and similar numbers are reported.

Board has about 8 hours of LN2 use at this point (I like to try burn-in under cold).

Am I doing something wrong, or are the problems just my chip? Given what other users report..I feel it's the board...
Edited by cadaveca - 3/28/14 at 8:03am
post #6795 of 14771
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Hear it up til it breaks loose. Use a propane torch or heatgun.

You can always reuse the pipe or make a new one. The pipe is nickel plated copper 5mm OD. I just made a new one out of copper.

After two hours of concentrated heat last night, nothing. The pipe actually broke just inside the I/O cover, at this point I'm not sure what to do.
post #6796 of 14771

I'm still waiting for the hole in my finger to heal before taking another shot at that heatpipe :p

 

500*C Reflow Station Gun + Rubber Gloves = Bad Idea LOLLL

 

It is real flimsy though. Not sure if i'm gonna bother going through that again. I might just cut mine =)

 

I was trying to twist the pipe with my gloves on without breaking the pipe. The side of my reflow gun's nozel just GRAZED the side of my finger for a split second, instantly burned right through the glove and left a crater in my finger =\


Edited by kpoeticg - 3/28/14 at 1:15pm
    
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post #6797 of 14771
Yea, at this point I'm hoping it broke inside enough that it can't be seen. The hole is marred up a little bit unfortunately, but since it's reverse ATX you'd have to get your face real close to see it. Lol.
post #6798 of 14771
Hello guys, I'm looking at two 2400C9 RAM kit. One with SKU: F3-2400C9Q-16GTXD and looks like

The other one with SKU: F3-19200CL9Q 16GBZMD and it looks like


They should be both HYK0 IC. Anyone knows what is the difference between these two? Which one clocks better?
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Hello guys, I'm looking at two 2400C9 RAM kit. One with SKU: F3-2400C9Q-16GTXD and looks like

The other one with SKU: F3-19200CL9Q 16GBZMD and it looks like


They should be both HYK0 IC. Anyone knows what is the difference between these two? Which one clocks better?

FYI, HYK0 is both 4 GB(16 IC) and 8 GB(16 IC) sticks. HYK0 is a SPEED BIN, not an IC.

Differences are probably down to SPD(maybe) and intended platform, assuming same ICs.
Edited by cadaveca - 3/28/14 at 3:12pm
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FYI, HYK0 is both 4 GB(16 IC) and 8 GB(16 IC) sticks. HYK0 is a SPEED BIN, not an IC.

Differences are probably down to SPD(maybe) and intended platform, assuming same ICs.

Any difference between them?
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