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post #10001 of 15886
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Originally Posted by sblantipodi View Post

if you changed ten CPUs to get a binned CPU like that means that you are a kids with a lot of time to waste, nothing more.
on average, with 0.96V SA, you do nothing.

Asus bump VCSSA considerably when XMP is enabled, full stop.

In auto this is bumped, yes. This is to cover absolute worst case for those that wish for auto ruling to work, sadly with VCCSA on this platform it's not that simple which is why people become unstuck. In the region of 0.900 is ample for many CPU, mine seems to prefer between 1.03-1.04v. Should be no need to use much more than this for most DRAM configurations on ASUS boards. Hopefully one day you'll wake up and stop trying to misguide people into being even more worse off than when they first came here to ask.
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I'm still having the issue where I drop one dimm when xmp is enabled. I've tried all the suggestions I've gotten on here, even rma'd my motherboard and still the exact same issue. Is this an Asus issue? I've tested with 2 kits of the same corsair lpx 2400mhz 4x8gb, also tested with a gskill 16gb kit at 2400. Same problem
Edited by gotovato - 11/10/15 at 8:45am
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I'm still having the issue where I drop one dimm when xmp is enabled. I've tried all the suggestions I've gotten on here, even rma'd my motherboard and still the exact same issue. Is this an Asus issue? I've tested with 2 kits of the same corsair lpx 2400mhz 4x8gb, also tested with a gskill 16gb kit at 2400. Same problem

Maybe the memory controller on your cpu isn't up to the task.

It's a lot of work, but I think people would have better results with a manual overclock as opposed to relying on XMP.
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Maybe the memory controller on your cpu isn't up to the task.
It's a lot of work, but I think people would have better results with a manual overclock as opposed to relying on XMP.
it might be my cpu. im going to test my cpu on a new asus x99 board today, aswell as a gigabyte board to see if those work. if they do i know its my board, if they dont, i know its my cpu. also ive tried manually setting the speed, timings, and voltage. still no luck.
post #10005 of 15886
I discovered why my X99 hang if I boot windows with CSM disabled.
USB.

My USB monitor is the cause, if I deattach the monitor I can boot 100% no problem with CSM disabled, if I attach the monitor the boot hangs 100%.

If I enable CSM no problem with both monitor attached or deattached.

Congrats Asus, another time smile.gif
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it might be my cpu. im going to test my cpu on a new asus x99 board today, aswell as a gigabyte board to see if those work. if they do i know its my board, if they dont, i know its my cpu. also ive tried manually setting the speed, timings, and voltage. still no luck.

Will interested to know if it is the IMC, currently looking to upgrade to a 4x8 kit of 2400 and had figured XMP was unlikely to be an issue despite being outside of Intels spec of course..
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Will interested to know if it is the IMC, currently looking to upgrade to a 4x8 kit of 2400 and had figured XMP was unlikely to be an issue despite being outside of Intels spec of course..
so i went into my store today to test a few boards. i tried the new x99-a with the usb 3.1 and it failed. it only detected 24gb with xmp on. i tried a gigabyte board(some lower end one) and it worked NO problem. booted everytime 32gb 2400mhz. even tried 2666mhz no issues. i tried an asus x99-pro usb 3.1 model and it too worked flawless. i also tried a sabertooth board, and again NO issues. even at 2666mhz. it seems the x99-a boards may have some isssue.
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so i went into my store today to test a few boards. i tried the new x99-a with the usb 3.1 and it failed. it only detected 24gb with xmp on. i tried a gigabyte board(some lower end one) and it worked NO problem. booted everytime 32gb 2400mhz. even tried 2666mhz no issues. i tried an asus x99-pro usb 3.1 model and it too worked flawless. i also tried a sabertooth board, and again NO issues. even at 2666mhz. it seems the x99-a boards may have some isssue.

Hmm rather strange! Seems unlikely the X99-A 3.1 would of been running a really old BIOS, least the IMC is fine smile.gif
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OK, I did adjust default voltage for ram (auto 1.2V) and 1.3V for CPU and System Agent Voltage offset mode. Looks no problem. I hope nothing wrong for this time.







But I think we couldn't decide for CPU SVID support - enabled / disabled
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OK, I did adjust default voltage for ram (auto 1.2V) and 1.3V for CPU and System Agent Voltage offset mode. Looks no problem. I hope nothing wrong for this time.







But I think we couldn't decide for CPU SVID support - enabled / disabled

disable CPU SVID and VCSSA is good, as I told you, don't listen to this guys, they have a lot of time to waste and binned CPUs,
for an average user +0.2V VCSSA si needed when overclocking RAM and CACHE.
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