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If you link all cores to use the same multiplier, this is what I would expect.

They aren't all set to the same multiplier. It would be expected with a program only stressing 1 thread, the CPU would attempt to clock at 10GHZ, resulting in a crash. Instead, windows never goes above 4.5GHZ.
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1,2,3,4,5,6,7 per core set at 10.0GHz, and 8 cores set to 4.5GHz.
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Originally Posted by Yuhfhrh View Post

They aren't all set to the same multiplier. It would be expected with a program only stressing 1 thread, the CPU would attempt to clock at 10GHZ, resulting in a crash. Instead, windows never goes above 4.5GHZ.

Hello

Windows spreads the load across multiple cores. A program would need to written specifically to function on a per core basis. Prime95 was redone 6 or 7 years ago to function in this manner.
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I've run LinX for 7 hours fine and multiple instances of HCI MemTest for about 4 hours with the memory at 3000 15-16-16-36-1T. No errors and everything seems fine. The only problem I have is on warm and cold boots with training enabled. I have fast boot disabled so that it does training on each start. Sometimes the system will boot fine with all 16GB of memory, but sometimes it will only boot with 12GB. It's always the DIMM in slot C1 that goes missing. I have two 16GB kits of this Corsair Vengeance LPX memory and I tried a couple modules from that in slot C1, but even then about 20% of the time on restarts I only get 12GB of memory with C1 being the culprit. I've tried raising the system agent voltage, but that doesn't seem to help. I've tried setting the timings back to the 3000 XMP profile of 16-18-18-39-2T, but that doesn't help. The only thing that helps is to ignore training. Should I be ignoring training? Also, why is it sometimes failing on that last 4GB of memory during/after training?

Edit: Another thing I tried was to set the DRAM voltage to 1.375V and the eventual voltage to 1.35V. It doesn't help. Still get 12GB on 20% of the reboots with training enabled.
Edited by AdamK47 - 10/21/14 at 7:28am
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Someone managed to use the offest Mode for CPU Cache?
For me, I can't seem to be stable (Aida64) even with more voltage than Manual
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Someone managed to use the offest Mode for CPU Cache?
For me, I can't seem to be stable (Aida64) even with more voltage than Manual

I use offset for cache, and I don't have any stability problems.

What's your cache voltage under load with Aida64? It can jump up and down a bit.
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post #1576 of 10638
offset cache just fine here too. Even functions ok with vcore in manual if you so wished to do that
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Hello

There is no issue with either manual of offset cache mode.
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oops, accidental edit.
Edited by Silent Scone - 10/21/14 at 7:59am
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offset cache just fine here too. Even functions ok with vcore in manual if you so wished to do that

In Manual, the CPU Cache is ~1.21v in load with AIDA64
With the Offset Mode is up to 1.23V and I get an error "Hardware Failure" after 5, 10, 12 minutes (it depends) or AIDA64 freezes
The adaptive mode is not stable either

Thanks

PS: bios 0801 (I feel I have more trouble with this bios than with the old bios, especially for the ram)
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post #1580 of 10638
Not sure what to suggest, try raising input voltage a touch and or / lowering offset so it sits at 1.2v
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