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Unless your chip is a major potato, 4x8GB single-sided E-Die should be cake walk @ 3200 C14. I have a few systems running the TridentZ's C14's. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
5820K, 6700K's, and 6800/6900K now. The 6900K actually has 4x16GB 3200 C14 TridentZ. Subs by default are horrible though on higher density kits... Granted most of those CPUs, minus the 6700K have some nice silicon.

What's stock VCCSA on that chip? What about your cache OC, / CPU OC? Running tighter timings may need some adjustment on cache/vccsa, or even some "extreme tweakers" settings.

Newegg better ship me the 8x8GB TZ's soon
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Advertised 3200c14 are B-die tho (Trident Z or Ripjaws V).
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Jpmboy and kind peeps, what b-die single sided 8x8gb kit would you recommend for a 5960x to do 3200MHZ best timings?

I read something about the 16 timing kits doing better then the 14 kits but I could be wrong. rolleyes.gif
    
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You lost me. Every single chip you listed is not Haswell-E and therefore does not really apply to my situation except the 5820K... I don't know what B-die or E-die means

At this point, I wouldn't worry about this.

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Originally Posted by stargate125645 View Post

As I pointed out earlier, I have not seen anyone else running a 5930K with 32GB of RAM at 3200MHz and CL14, and when asking for help on this subject weeks ago I just got nothing so it's really strange for people to be popping up now telling me it should be easy.

This is also of little consequence, and is nothing more than coincidence. You have the middle SKU out of the cheaper two, it's the same reason the 6900K doesn't seem to get as much attention. It won't be what is affecting the outcome here, that much you can bet your Jaffa behind on!

At this point, if you've found stability by increasing VCCIO I would consider the job done. You have been on the same path for a good couple of months now (if not longer) so something has to give. You're also looking for some kind of reassurances you won't get. The best answer anyone will eventually give you, is that there have been no reports of any rapid degradation on that rail at those volts.

Best of luck to you.
Edited by Silent Scone - 8/15/16 at 11:13pm
post #13234 of 15993
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Originally Posted by KedarWolf View Post

Jpmboy and kind peeps, what b-die single sided 8x8gb kit would you recommend for a 5960x to do 3200MHZ best timings?

I read something about the 16 timing kits doing better then the 14 kits but I could be wrong. rolleyes.gif

3200 C14 TZ. look for 3200C14Q2 ( single sided, 8x8 )There's a 3466 C16 kit, but I'm not sure if it'll be any good. The corsair kit I tried was absolute ass.
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You lost me. Every single chip you listed is not Haswell-E and therefore does not really apply to my situation except the 5820K... I don't know what B-die or E-die means (I thought I had B-die from what people said before, but maybe not). As I pointed out earlier, I have not seen anyone else running a 5930K with 32GB of RAM at 3200MHz and CL14, and when asking for help on this subject weeks ago I just got nothing so it's really strange for people to be popping up now telling me it should be easy. I've tried two different kits and neither will do CL14 without the settings I mentioned. Excellent cache and core overclock with this chip at low voltages (helpful for my air cooling), but not excellent memory timings. My chip won't do CL14 easily.

As for my overclock settings:

Ah, you're on a sabertooth, not a RVE, or X99 D2. Have you tried tuning your VCCSA down more? Maybe within the .9 range? If you've tried everything, and the only way to get stability is increasing VCCIO, then so be it. Asus runs 1.2V VCCIO by default sometimes, so it shouldn't be _too_ bad.
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Hello everyone,
I need some help with my pc. I used it in the morning then went out and after 3-4 hours returned back. It was working perfectly fine before.
When I came back home and turn it on the screen didn't respond so I checked the Q code screen and it always stoped on 68, which is "PCI host bridge initialization". First I checked all the cables from the PSU to graphic cards and PCI-E connection to the motherboard but nothing happened. Then I reset CMOS (by taking out the battery), but nothing again. Checked RAM, still nothing.
I am out of any ideas what could have happened during 3 hours.
Could you tell me if something else could cause it?
Thanks in advance!

My MB is Asus Strix x99,
CPU - 6850k,
GPU - Sli MSI 1080 gaming X.

Returned the MB to the shop yesterday, They tested it there with the same results. (so luckily it was not a processor or Graphic card failure) Also the guy in the shop was not able to find any visible reason for the failure. Visually the board looks absolutely fine, RGB is pulsing, fans are spinning except the fact it failed on the POST stage. So I RMA'ed it and went for ASUS X99 Deluxe II.
Great board except the fact that M.2 is sharing its Lanes with 3rd PCI-e slot, (which restricts me of using SLI (in 16x 3.0) and on board M.2 at the same time) and only one USB 2.0 header (have to find a USB 2.0 splitter now).
Ill test it tiday with M.2 extension card in the bottom PCI-E slot, hope it will work fine in SLI 16x3.0 and M.2 SSD.

Thanks everybody for the comments and suggestions!
Edited by Konstantink - 8/16/16 at 5:15am
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post #13236 of 15993
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It's a Haswell-E IMC, so I don't know what to tell you. When I last looked, no one has 32GB of 3200MHz RAM on the stability thread for a 5930k. I know my dual channel C14 kit wouldn't even do 2T C14 at 1.45V. So I may very well have a bad IMC for memory timings, but it seems to like high cache frequencies just fine. I've got no explanation for you.

Edit: You apparently have no problem with that level of VCCIO though if that's what it takes? I just am curious why it would be listed as a high voltage if it is acceptable.
no problem... BUT DID YOU TRY WHAT I RECOMMENDED?
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Jpmboy and kind peeps, what b-die single sided 8x8gb kit would you recommend for a 5960x to do 3200MHZ best timings?

I read something about the 16 timing kits doing better then the 14 kits but I could be wrong. rolleyes.gif
The gs 64GB 3200c14 kit works great - I posted in Scones memory thread with that kit.
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Hi everyone, new member here. I just got an Asus X99 Strix board and I want to order the right size SLI bridge. I know the R5E is 80cm but does anyone know the right spacing for the Strix? Thanks.
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Hi everyone, new member here. I just got an Asus X99 Strix board and I want to order the right size SLI bridge. I know the R5E is 80cm but does anyone know the right spacing for the Strix? Thanks.


60mm
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