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Poll Results: How many years have you owned your X58 - Tylersburg platofrm?

 
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  • 11% (50)
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  • 25% (111)
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post #11591 of 11923
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IBT @ 4098MHz (UnCore 3512MHz with DDR3 1758MHz CL8 [3x2GB + 3x4GB]) : LINK

Rampage II Extreme Voltage check :
Load Line Calibration = OFF/Disabled
Voltage || BIOS || Software || Multimeter
Vcore || 1,4V || 1,38V || 1,42V
QPI/DRAM || 1,4V || 1,4V || 1,43V
CPU PLL || 1,86V || 1,86V || 1,88V
DRAM || 1,66V || 1,65V || 1,67V
ICH || 1,26V || 1,23V || 1,26V
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Originally Posted by Jimmo View Post

So my X58 UD3R with 4 RAM slots will run 8 GB sticks??

As agent said, yes in theory, with latest BIOS you should run 8GB sticks. The reason why there is no official compatibility is because there were only 4GB DIMMs when X58 came out.
I'm pretty sure my Gene II can run 8GB sticks since I tried some months ago a 2x8GB TridentX of a friend
post #11594 of 11923
All x58 systems can run 8gb sticks. All of them - i7 920? No problem. You can google the specifics but theyll all theroetically run 8gb sticks.

Just have to be careful of the tRFC... single rank 8gb (1rx8 specifically) sticks will need a higher tRFC.
Edited by xenkw0n - 4/19/17 at 2:13pm
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post #11595 of 11923
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All x58 systems can run 8gb sticks. All of them i7 920? No problem. You can google the specifics but theyll all theroetically run 8gb sticks.

Ok great thanks. I know that there can be compatibility issues in general throughout the industry between boards an ram but that makes it a bit clearer.
post #11596 of 11923
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All x58 systems can run 8gb sticks. All of them i7 920? No problem. You can google the specifics but theyll all theroetically run 8gb sticks.
Problem with going 24GB+ (3x8GB, 6x4GB), is DRAM Frequency and/or UnCore you can reach.
I don't kow how good scaling is with 3x8GB, but I know 3x4GB+3x2GB (both Dual Ranks) ain't easy to OC.
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Ok great thanks. I know that there can be compatibility issues in general throughout the industry between boards an ram but that makes it a bit clearer.

X58 is pretty good with ram compatibility from my experience. I've tried many different sticks, ones not designed for X58, and they run fine. I'm using KLEVV Genuine modules right now which are specifically designed for Haswell and they run great. Playing around with settings right now finding a sweet spot for 2100mhz 9-10-9-27 @ ~1.55v DRAM. Again, these are single rank 4gb modules, would require similar tRFC to those dual rank 8gb Crucial sticks I referenced.
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Originally Posted by agentx007 View Post

Problem with going 24GB+ (3x8GB, 6x4GB), is DRAM Frequency and/or UnCore you can reach.
I don't kow how good scaling is with 3x8GB, but I know 3x4G+3x2GB ain't easy to OC.

That's actually even more of a benefit of using 3x8gb sticks to get to 24gb instead of 6x4gb... It does indeed put a lot less stress on the IMC and you can hit higher frequencies at tighter timings typically with only 3 sticks populated, even if they are 8gb.

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This is all why I was recently posting about running memory at 2100mhz on X58 for a 24/7 overclock. I don't want to stress my board because I want this system to last a lot longer but if it's not a big deal then I would definitely keep my memory at that speed instead of 1800mhz. I'm running 6x4gb sticks too while achieving these speeds/timings.
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You always want as few RAM sticks as possible, just enough to fully utilize all the channels your motherboard has to offer - Dual, Triple or Quad.
Shame that my SR-2 won't do Hexa anymore, or maybe it does but it doesn't use the ram inserted there.

Agent, what is your PCH/chipset voltage @ 3.8GHz uncore?
Edited by Martin778 - 4/19/17 at 2:20pm
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Agent, what is your PCH/chipset voltage @ 3.8GHz uncore?
ICH = PCH/Chipset = x58
Voltage* = 1,25V-1,28V
*depending on who you ask (BIOS/Software/Multimeter)

I'm cooling chipset with small ASUS fan from other MB ("just in case").

PS. UnCore has nothing to do with X58 chipset and more with VTT or DRAM/QPI (in my case since I have ASUS board).

Chipset (X58) is interested more in QPI Speed/Clock.
Edited by agentx007 - 4/19/17 at 2:48pm
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