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On my X99A II USB flashback isn't working, I tried two different USB keys, one that worked with my R5E. I named the file to X99A2.CAP and set BIOS to optimized defaults AND tried setting defaults with the jumper, no luck. In the AI Suite it says the BIOS is named X99A2.CAP.

I prefer to use the flashback method rather then do it in the BIOS because I've heard it's the better way to do it, in BIOS might have trouble loading some low level settings etc.

Any suggestions? redface.gif
    
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With 950 pro/SM951 heatsink is not necessary if airflow is present? You sure?

I didn't say you needed to strap a fan to it. However, it is sensitive to heat since it's just naked board. I interpreted your question to be if there was an issue using the PCI-E sled versus the Deluxe's vertical M.2 mount. The answer is no, unless you are using multiple GPUs. Standard GPUx2 set-up will be Lane 1 & 3. With double slot GPUs, this means you need to either stuff it between the two GPUs or way at the bottom in lane 5. The lane 5 position will likely restrict a lower GPU intake fan(s). The middle slot would roast it.

I also thought the vertical M.2 slot was strange when board shopping back at launch. When I picked up a 950 later on, I understood why. On my Pro it is strapped to the board in-line with my second GPU. I have excellent airflow in my case and can manage fairly well. However, even the radiant heat from the GPUs can cause the drive temp to spike 6-8C if I quit a game and thus suddenly stop my GPU fans. It is sensitive. Almost every case has a fan aimed at that mid-board height where the vertical mount sticks out. It may not be attractive, but it is effective and allows better PCI-E lane configurations.
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my strap is set to 100 when try 2666

Weren't you asking about increasing the strap?

If you aren't increasing bclk then this is just about increasing the vDIMM to >1.3-1.35V, but really depends on kit itself some of these 2400s just suck and wont hit 2666. Even if it can, if you have to change the primary timings theres pretty much no point in upping the frequency
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VSA is at 1.025V
lol - If I need to use VSa that high, I'll stick with 2666 redface.gif. Please post up your settings for 3200. And an AID64 memory benchmark. I'm using a trident Z 3200c14 64GB kit. Could be my CPU IMC, IDK.


Not using windows,

not sure how you'd feel about me showing an mprime blend test at 100 hrs run time at 4.0GHz. Too lazy to get a windows install going with the preferred windows benchmarks, just too much time for me. One problem is that I can't disable hyperthreading atm due to BIOS so just a waiting game atm.

But memory passes stressapptest 1hr + the blend mprime.

My memory settings:

Trident-Z 32GB 3200C14 (4x8GB)

VCCSA 1.2V
VDIMM 1.4V
VTTDDR .7V
DRAM Current Capability @ 120%
DRAM Power settings @ standard
XMP Profile, nothing changed (remember this is just for POST)
Cache is @ Auto, have issues with cache oc.

My VDIMM/VTTDDR are so high because I will soon be running these with some decreased primary timings and secondaries after the weekend to see how it handles. The VCCSA really isn't even considered to be high. 1.2V+ was considered high with older cpus and was just carried through by word of mouth to be a high point.. but its really not and does nothing in terms of longevity of my cpu, temps, memory, etc. If you cna explain why its bad to run it higher let me know.. but I find it interesting your 64GB kit worked fine at 1.025v, do you just have a very high input voltage/llc/I know your vdimm on the 5960x was like 1.4125 or something like that?..

one issue might be that your mobo (RVE) has more aggressive switching frequencies as well as trains 3rd timings a bit harder than mine, so maybe the BIOS for 6950x is having issues with that when the 5960x did not.

rve bios is a step ahead of mine, also - I run this kit at 1.2V on the 5960x as well.. sometimes going down to like 1.15 but never lower; just as a note.
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formatting messed up - for guy with the 2400 oc to 2666:

If you aren't increasing bclk then this is just about increasing the vDIMM to >1.3-1.35V, but really depends on kit itself some of these 2400s just suck and wont hit 2666. Even if it can, if you have to change the primary timings theres pretty much no point in upping the frequency
Not using windows,


jpmboy:

not sure how you'd feel about me showing an mprime blend test at 100 hrs run time at 4.0GHz. Too lazy to get a windows install going with the preferred windows benchmarks, just too much time for me. One problem is that I can't disable hyperthreading atm due to BIOS so just a waiting game atm.

But memory passes stressapptest 1hr + the blend mprime.

My memory settings:

Trident-Z 32GB 3200C14 (4x8GB)

VCCSA 1.2V
VDIMM 1.4V
VTTDDR .7V
DRAM Current Capability @ 120%
DRAM Power settings @ standard
XMP Profile, nothing changed (remember this is just for POST)
Cache is @ Auto, have issues with cache oc.

My VDIMM/VTTDDR are so high because I will soon be running these with some decreased primary timings and secondaries after the weekend to see how it handles. The VCCSA really isn't even considered to be high. 1.2V+ was considered high with older cpus and was just carried through by word of mouth to be a high point.. but its really not and does nothing in terms of longevity of my cpu, temps, memory, etc. If you cna explain why its bad to run it higher let me know.. but I find it interesting your 64GB kit worked fine at 1.025v, do you just have a very high input voltage/llc/I know your vdimm on the 5960x was like 1.4125 or something like that?..

one issue might be that your mobo (RVE) has more aggressive switching frequencies as well as trains 3rd timings a bit harder than mine, so maybe the BIOS for 6950x is having issues with that when the 5960x did not. So yeah one difference as well is we are using different motherboards, but both ASUS.

rve bios is a step ahead of mine, also - I run this kit at 1.2V on the 5960x as well.. sometimes going down to like 1.15 but never lower; just as a note.[/quote]
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I'll look on that hold on

Edit:
Xmp ddr4 2400 16-16-16-39-1.2v
Strap 100
Source clock auto
Pll lc pll
Filter pll auto
Blck 100.0
Init blck auto
okay, so you have the 2400c16 kit at 2400c11? that's very good. 2666 go to cas14. set tCWL (tWL in bios) to Auto if you have any of the 2nds or 3rd tightened... in fact return these to auto for now until 2666 boots. Don't be afraid to run that (likely a Hynix kit) up to 1.425V. Theyt are not even gonna break a sweat until much higher voltage than that.
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snip.

here's what I have working with a 5960x. maybe ther is a bios difference in behavior at this early stage.


also posted in this thread and table.
No interest in running prime numbers... it's just an FPU load. and certainly not for 100h. you kid, right?
here's a linux portable app result at core44Avx42cache38mem2666 (geekbench 3) Stability with realbench, x265 (4K) and and a stupid number of high current benchmarks. redface.gif

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If you're planning on making that cache OC a regular thing, I'd suggest staying below 1.25V. Voltages above 1.30V have been seen to cause degradation. I'm sure a quick hour benchmark wouldn't hurt, but best to be safe.

Jpmboy,

I'm trying to install Linux, tried three different versions, tried nomodeset=0, nv.modeset=0, nvidia.modeset=0, turned off CSM, and tried with it on, tried messing with USB settings, the boot CD crashes the PC and it shuts off. redface.gif

I really want to test my memory with GSAT. Seems to be stable at 3000 15-16-16-35 1T with HCI, got it to 90% but I don't have the PC downtime this weekend to do HCI to 200% for the RAM stability thread.

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Jpmboy,

I'm trying to install Linux, tried three different versions, tried nomodeset=0, nv.modeset=0, nvidia.modeset=0, turned off CSM, and tried with it on, tried messing with USB settings, the boot CD crashes the PC and it shuts off. redface.gif

I really want to test my memory with GSAT. Seems to be stable at 3000 15-16-16-35 1T with HCI, got it to 90% but I don't have the PC downtime this weekend to do HCI to 200% for the RAM stability thread.

Any suggestions? cheers.gif

Try at optimised defaults lol.
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okay, so you have the 2400c16 kit at 2400c11? that's very good. 2666 go to cas14. set tCWL (tWL in bios) to Auto if you have any of the 2nds or 3rd tightened... in fact return these to auto for now until 2666 boots. Don't be afraid to run that (likely a Hynix kit) up to 1.425V. Theyt are not even gonna break a sweat until much higher voltage than that.
here's what I have working with a 5960x. maybe ther is a bios difference in behavior at this early stage.


Dram write latency is auto, the 11-11-11-24 1T is the only timing change for 2400
Volt 1.42 and memory timing all auto can't boot at 2666
Maybe as someone above say, the memory kit suck and is binned at the lower spectrum? Not capable of oc 2666+



EDIT: also, does X99 not support NVME device (950/951/750) on RAID 0 for boot? Because I've seen Z170 laptops that can do nvme raid 0 boot.
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Btw this is the value on 11-11-11-24 1T 2400, not sure if normal or not
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Jpmboy,

I'm trying to install Linux, tried three different versions, tried nomodeset=0, nv.modeset=0, nvidia.modeset=0, turned off CSM, and tried with it on, tried messing with USB settings, the boot CD crashes the PC and it shuts off. redface.gif

I really want to test my memory with GSAT. Seems to be stable at 3000 15-16-16-35 1T with HCI, got it to 90% but I don't have the PC downtime this weekend to do HCI to 200% for the RAM stability thread.

Any suggestions? cheers.gif
If you still have 3 video cards, switch off 2. disconnect all other drives if you can, except the DVD drive. Linux Mint iso on the DVD and it should load fine. As scone said, load the OS at defaults.
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Dram write latency is auto, the 11-11-11-24 1T is the only timing change for 2400
Volt 1.42 and memory timing all auto can't boot at 2666
Maybe as someone above say, the memory kit suck and is binned at the lower spectrum? Not capable of oc 2666+

EDIT: also, does X99 not support NVME device (950/951/750) on RAID 0 for boot? Because I've seen Z170 laptops that can do nvme raid 0 boot.
not sure why you think the ram sucks. frankly, 2400c11 is gonna work as well as 2666c13. I'd leave it where it is. Or buy some higher bin sticks?
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