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I've had to increase my VCCSA to 1.032v up from a previously seemingly stable 0.98v to accomodate and need to rerun it later (passed 300% but BSOD afterward @ 1.016v). At 0.98v it was constantly crashing the display drivers.


The top rad and exhaust draw hot air away, temps seem fine but will keep an eye.




To all of you with fancy pants tight 3200 using command rate 1, try running 16 instances or else claims of stability are futile tongue.gif

Hello

I've never had an issue with the ram running Memtest For Windows. I have destroyed some using the bootable version though so I always actively cool the ram now. I have a screenshot of 16 instances at 3200MHz, 16-18-18-1T, 1.33V memory voltage and less than 1.0V VCCSA. I'll try to post it later. A bat file can be used to launch 16 instances if using the pro version of Memtest For Windows. I'll also post it. Will just need to use find and replace to set the amount of memory you wish to use.

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well I'm 100% not able to run less than 1v VCCSA for 3000 C16-15-15-32-CR1 @ 1.35v

But I don't really rate this kit and every CPU is obviously different
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well I'm 100% not able to run less than 1v VCCSA for 3000 C16-15-15-32-CR1 @ 1.35v

But I don't really rate this kit and every CPU is obviously different

Hello

Memory speeds/timings are very dependent on the CPU's IMC. My CPU is crap for CPU/cache speed but has a really strong IMC.
post #1614 of 10621
This is what concerns me about rushing out and buying another kit to ramp up. Initially a lot of the press was that these speeds are typical (3000, 3200) and easily achievable for most if not all CPU. As it transpires that isn't the case and in actual fact boards without the OC-socket struggle to achieve these speeds at all
Edited by Silent Scone - 10/22/14 at 6:29am
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Hello

Without multiple components to test with it's difficult to know what the capability of each component is. For most people though the costs associated with this platform precludes doing this. I remember back when Sandy Bridge was released and I was a bit crazier I bought more than 20 CPUs before I found two that would run 24/7 stable at 5.2GHz and high memory speeds.
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Hello

Without multiple components to test with it's difficult to know what the capability of each component is. For most people though the costs associated with this platform precludes doing this. I remember back when Sandy Bridge was released and I was a bit crazier I bought more than 20 CPUs before I found two that would run 24/7 stable at 5.2GHz and high memory speeds.

CPU core is very good on this one but cache isn't. Does cache not scale similarly to a degree as core or not?

Must admit I've been quite lucky with cpu. This one will do 4.8 at 1.4v and my 4960 would do 4.8 at around the same.
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Is there a reason why Asus chose to default the max temperature limit before throttle to 105°C on the 5960X over the default of 89°C? Was Intel too conservative with their value and Asus knew better?
I set TJmax to 85C in bios.
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Originally Posted by Silent Scone View Post

I've had to increase my VCCSA to 1.032v up from a previously seemingly stable 0.98v to accomodate and need to rerun it later (passed 300% but BSOD afterward @ 1.016v). At 0.98v it was constantly crashing the display drivers.
The top rad and exhaust draw hot air away, temps seem fine but will keep an eye. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
To all of you with fancy pants tight 3200 using command rate 1, try running 16 instances or else claims of stability are futile tongue.gif
lol - i did once, too boring to open 16 instances. tongue.gif I emailed the guys at HCI when I paid for the pro version, their reply was, 8 instances will find the instability, just takes longer. I then asked... "twice as long" ... answer was... a definite "maybe". redface.gif
with 16 instances, I'm betting it's cache stability at play.

And as Praz noted, with 16x the temp probe on the ram stick closest to the IO shield got warmer than I like to see...

just playing with 125 : Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Originally Posted by Praz View Post

Hello

Without multiple components to test with it's difficult to know what the capability of each component is. For most people though the costs associated with this platform precludes doing this. I remember back when Sandy Bridge was released and I was a bit crazier I bought more than 20 CPUs before I found two that would run 24/7 stable at 5.2GHz and high memory speeds.

You ARE a Bro with the affliction !! thumb.gifthumb.gif
{where'd you find the cure guiltysmiley.gif }
Edited by Jpmboy - 10/22/14 at 7:06am
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increasing VCCSA offset is improving the cycle time so I don't think it's cache stability.


What is the stock cache voltage out of interest?


Both Praz and Raja recommend 16 instances so that's what I'll use tongue.gif. I'm only at 1.35v VDIMM so I doubt I'll run into any real temp problems with good airflow
post #1620 of 10621
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increasing VCCSA offset is improving the cycle time so I don't think it's cache stability.


What is the stock cache voltage out of interest?


Both Praz and Raja recommend 16 instances so that's what I'll use tongue.gif. I'm only at 1.35v VDIMM so I doubt I'll run into any real temp problems with good airflow

Stock cache voltage is around 0.85v to 1v depending on the processor. Run it at stock and see for yourself. tongue.gif
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