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Jpmboy,

I know you got a lot of experience with different RAM kits. Which would be the best 8x8GB kit for doing 3200MHZ with decent timings for a 5930k?

And would a 5930k actually better better when OC'd under water then say a 6800k? I think you get a higher CPU/cache OC, just the RAM would be slower, right?

I'm asking because I recommended to a friend he'd be better of with the 5930k. smile.gif

eh... the cpu call is a silicon lottery one, so I'll let that ride. No doubt that it would be a toss up IMO. 8x8 kit?

any of the 3200c14 8x8GB kits from GSKILL
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820232289
cheaper.. get the c16 lower bin 8x8GB kit.
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If nothing is connected to the fan header, then you can disable the CPU fan header monitoring. If something is connected, then you can set the CPU low limit warning to a lower RPM value so that it doesn't trip the warning message.

Setting the limit to the lowest limit ( 300?) didnt help so I move the H80iGT's connector to the WaterPump header and ignored the CPU monitoring as this is what I did on my earlier X99 Boards.

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hi , thx for the reply , it isn't me disabling the CPU Q-fan , maybe I need to test some more ? I was trying to get Q-Fan Working/Optimised but ended up switching the Connector back to the WaterPump header and set Ignore for CPU FanSpeed as every reboot I got the Fan error , no matter the setting if I connected something to the Fan Header. it either acted like nothing was connected or told me to set a lower Fanspeed limit even after running "optimise all"

My Water Cooler is the AIO H80iGT and while the fans themselves (SP120) are 4pin PWM they connect to the H80i through a dual Fan header which only has a 3 pin connector to the MB , so I read it should be set to DC Mode , I assume cos the H80iGT's own Firmware controls the fans via USB with CorsairLink. ( and it doesn't have the 4th wire anyway)

Is there a Thread on Q-Fan or a Tutorial maybe , I'm new to X99 and it's been a few years since I had an Asus board too.

is it a 3 or 4 pin fan?

The H80iGT has a 3Pin to the MB even though the fans themselves are 4Pin PWM Fans ...two x SP120's these are plugged into a double 4pin Connector but the lead to the MB out of it has only 3 Wires , and I read earlier on the Forums to set it up under DC Mode because of this. BTW the H80 does not have separate Pump and Fan Connections , it is one 3 wire only .

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Here's my Q-Fan setup but obviously very tailored to my needs. I run my pump full speed from the PSU but use the CPU Opt header for the tach. A couple of fans, on the H_Amp header, I turn on only when it gets hot.

Q-Fan.pdf 279k .pdf file


Thanks Djgar I appreciate it .


And VibraSlap , BIG thanks , appreciate you taking the time to type that up and getting a pic for me , I will have another go at it tonight. I don't usually use Optimise all but after about the 15 failed boots due to the fan error I got desperate smile.gif
Edited by Kbird - 8/1/16 at 10:37pm
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Hi KW , would you mind , if you have time, next time you are in your X99A II Bios, saving the Bios settings to the .CMO Text file and attaching it to a post here please, my CPU on RMA has finally shipped , so I should get to play with the X99A II soon.
thanks.

Here is screens what I have on my 5960x Adaptive stable. 24/7 4.7GHZ CPU, 4.4GHZ cache, 128GB at 2666 12-12-12-32 1T. RealBench, AIDA cache test and HCI and GSAT stable. biggrin.gif

I never posted the timings but what I did was put everything on Auto in timings except for the 12-12-12-32 1T which I knew I could run, then I loaded the 2133MHZ RAM setting on XMP, manually set the sub timings in BIOS to what they are at that speed except a few tweaks I knew are optimal like tREFI etc, then rebooted at 2666MHZ on Manual with those sub timings and passed GSAT etc. band.gif

With Adaptive/Offset it's a good idea to sets your voltages .002 higher or so then on Fully Manual to get things stable as there may be a bit more Vdroop with Adaptive.

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For the H80i GT connection, set the Q-Fan control for its header to 'Full Speed'. Besides providing a full 12v load for the pump and its fan controller, that should "grey out" the AI Suite master fan control options that can unintentionally cut power to the pump. You could also set the H80 header to PWM to provide the 12v, but it should not matter either way. In the past, this would prevent the CPU fan error, although I suppose that may not extend to the new boards. In theory, this should work on the water pump header as well, but I don't have one of the X99 II or Z170 boards with it.

That is correct that is what I had to do on the 1st GB MB I had back in Feb. , it got RMA'd and as stock was low I switched to ASUS instead and did the same thing on the 1st MB, a X99A but I am now on the X99A II after several more RMA's.
Edited by Kbird - 8/1/16 at 10:38pm
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Hi KW , would you mind , if you have time, next time you are in your X99A II Bios, saving the Bios settings to the .CMO Text file and attaching it to a post here please, my CPU on RMA has finally shipped , so I should get to play with the X99A II soon.
thanks.

Here is screens what I have on my 5960x Adaptive stable. 24/7 4.7GHZ CPU, 4.4GHZ cache, 128GB at 2666 12-12-12-32 1T. RealBench, AIDA cache test and HCI and GSAT stable. biggrin.gif

I never posted the timings but what I did was put everything on Auto in timings except for the 12-12-12-32 1T which I knew I could run, then I loaded the 2133MHZ RAM setting on XMP, manually set the sub timings in BIOS to what they are at that speed except a few tweaks I knew are optimal like tREFI etc, then rebooted at 2666MHZ on Manual with those sub timings and passed GSAT etc. band.gif

With Adaptive/Offset it's a good idea to sets your voltages .002 higher or so then on Fully Manual to get things stable as there may be a bit more Vdroop with Adaptive.

AdaptiveBiosScreenshots.zip 2085k .zip file


Wow , thanks , I'm being Spoiled today smile.gif

I have it up and running and have been combing the .cmo to see what you usually do and am trying things out , it will do 4.5 with your settings however I dont feel comfortable pushing more Voltage ATM to make it 100% stable , especially as I only have the H80iGT AIO..... it seems much happy at 4375 and at lower voltages , so thanks again.
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Wow , thanks , I'm being Spoiled today smile.gif

I have it up and running and have been combing the .cmo to see what you usually do and am trying things out , it will do 4.5 with your settings however I dont feel comfortable pushing more Voltage ATM to make it 100% stable , especially as I only have the H80iGT AIO..... it seems much happy at 4375 and at lower voltages , so thanks again.

Forgot you like the .txt. redface.gif

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Wow , thanks , I'm being Spoiled today smile.gif

I have it up and running and have been combing the .cmo to see what you usually do and am trying things out , it will do 4.5 with your settings however I dont feel comfortable pushing more Voltage ATM to make it 100% stable , especially as I only have the H80iGT AIO..... it seems much happy at 4375 and at lower voltages , so thanks again.

Forgot you like the .txt. redface.gif

4.7Adaptive_setting.txt 33k .txt file


And THANKS AGAIN ! thumb.gif

gonna have to make a KedarWolf folder under Hardware if this keeps up smile.gif
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Anyone with a v edition 10. So both cases I've tried the "built in shield" for io does not fill the holes in the cases. Pretty big gap..
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It sounds like you added a second kit to one you already had installed:
1) Mixing ram kits is risky. They can work at SPD, but may not work together at XMP or higher. Even if they are the same brand and model.
2) you need to provide more information... speed, timings, voltage (VDIMM and VSA etc). Easiest way is to post bios screenshots.
3) I doubt it is any other component...

1. Yeap, I've added a second kit. Same model from GSkill yet, I detected in AIDA64 that is from another manufacturer. I'm using them in SPD, yet I've touched the voltage (1.3) since someone told me that soemtimes increasing teh voltage helped in x99 mobos.
2. Im' uploding some iMGs with this post
3. I hope so!!

Thanxs man!!




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whoa - it's even worse than I thought. Different ICs. Frankly, the best thing to do is sell them and by a single kit at the density you need.
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