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Originally Posted by sexpot View Post

Opposite, GSAT does not factor in Cache like HCI Memtest (Windows) would when stability testing.




This, GSAT isolates the memory sub system better than any other memory test. Time to bury the hatchet @eatthermalpaste, seems to be making you a little foggy as that isn't what was said at all. Oops!
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Originally Posted by Silent Scone View Post

This, GSAT isolates the memory sub system better than any other memory test. Time to bury the hatchet @eatthermalpaste, seems to be making you a little foggy as that isn't what was said at all. Oops!

Not sure you understand what bury the hatchet means.

But thank you sexpot and jpm for some real info. It will be hard to take it in conflicting with scopes statement but i think ill manage.
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It's an idiom for making peace, as seemingly you are out to put me down even though the two posts you are replying to are fortifying what i said initially. It is there in writing for anyone who can read to see, but carry on - makes no odds to me lol.
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Originally Posted by eatthermalpaste View Post

quick question for you raja, when stress testing a 32gb memory kit using the stressapptest as you suggested, I know you suggest the 1hour for that benchmark thread.. but what would you say is the minimum when stressing for 24/7 use? ~4-8hours? more?

2 hours is the minimum I run here and is usually sufficient to trip up unstable memory because the IO is brutal enough. If you need to run more, go ahead. I run a variety of tests, GSAT is one of them. I would follow up with HCI, then Realbench. That's my personal regimen.
Edited by Raja@ASUS - 6/16/16 at 12:37am
post #12445 of 16144
Hi,
on my ASUS X99-Deluxe II, "vccio cpu voltage 1.05" is on "auto" and the reported value in Bios is 1.256V !

isn't is too high ? Should it be closed to 1.05V ? Is this an issue ?

My computer is overcloked :
Vccin=1.8V
Vcore=1.17V
Vcache=1.2V

At default setting in Bios, vccio cpu voltage 1.05 = 1.05V, so it is ok.

Thank you.
Edited by GRABibus - 6/17/16 at 12:18am
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Auto will scale the voltage of this rail according to the applied OC. As with all voltages, if your CPU does not need that much, feel free to tune the voltage rail manually. That's what manual tuning is for. If you don't want to tune manually, then you will have to leave it as is.
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Originally Posted by GRABibus View Post

Hi,
on my ASUS X99-Deluxe II, "vccio cpu voltage 1.05" is on "auto" and the reported value in Bios is 1.256V !

isn't is too high ? Should it be closed to 1.05V ? Is this an issue ?

My computer is overcloked :
Vccin=1.8V
Vcore=1.17V
Vcache=1.2V

At default setting in Bios, vccio cpu voltage 1.05 = 1.05V, so it is ok.

Thank you.
try lowering to around 1.0875 to 1.125V or so. Should be plenty.
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Originally Posted by Jpmboy View Post

try lowering to around 1.0875 to 1.125V or so. Should be plenty.

I Will give a try when I receive My new gskill 3000MHz modules.
But 1,25v is ok ? Not dangerous ?
I read it can go up to 1,8v

http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/asus-rampage-v-extreme-motherboard/7/
Edited by GRABibus - 6/17/16 at 6:41am
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Originally Posted by GRABibus View Post

I Will give a try when I receive My new gskill 3000MHz modules.
But 1,25v is ok ? Not dangerous ?
I read it can go up to 1,8v

http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/asus-rampage-v-extreme-motherboard/7/

Christ. That is going by the values available in the UEFI, not what is safe to run.
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