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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?
Yes, I did. My bolded question did not mean I was not attempting to do what you said; I was only asking for an answer to the original question, which had not yet been provided, in case I couldn't get what you said to do to work when I got the chance to try it.

Last night I got CL14 to work with the RAM with the settings you mentioned (I guess the current limit was reset to 100 at some point, so that was the good thing to point out!), but I forgot to select "optimized" on the phase control last night. I had to do 14-15-14-34-1T and 1.45V (eventual) and it worked, but needed 1.1V of VCCIO. I didn't get an error until 275% with MemTest. I will try to fine tune things further with the optimized setting tonight when I get home. I'm skeptical that CL13 will work since I'm having so much trouble getting CL14 to work, but I would of course be happy if it did.

Is there a DIMM temperature I should try to stay under? AIDA64 was reporting 40s for one and 30s for the other, presumably with the set reading in the 40s being the one squished between the IO panel and the heat sink. Not sure how I would be able to lower that...
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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.
I had VCCSA down previously to no avail if I had tight timings. Are you suggesting I may find a sweet spot? Voltage sweet spots are a nightmare for me.
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Finding the vccsa sweet spot for a new chip can definitely be a nightmare - been there with my 6900K. I try starting low, maybe 0 or .01 offset, and work up in .01 increments. I thought I had a good one @ .113 but found a better one @ .21 (1.20 vccsa in Aida).
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Finding the vccsa sweet spot for a new chip can definitely be a nightmare - been there with my 6900K. I try starting low, maybe 0 or .01 offset, and work up in .01 increments. I thought I had a good one @ .113 but found a better one @ .21 (1.20 vccsa in Aida).
That seems more like just a high voltage working than a sweet spot if you're all the way up to 1.2 for VCCSA. The setting the voltages and resetting isn't really the problem; it's the several hours of testing required for each setting to check it, unless you get immediate errors to know to move on.
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My 5820K doesn't seem to be stable at 4.2 core / 1.23v and 4 cache / 1.23v


Hmm?
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Question, my TUF X99 Sabertooth runs at 16x-16x-8x with three video cards. It has an M.2 slot as well. Can I run two video cards at 16x-16x, a pci-e Intel 750 in the third slot at 4x AND a Samsung 961 M.2 at 4x on a 40 lane CPU? I don't use the other pci-e slots, just the three main 16-16-8.

I ask because I don't use much storage space, basically only download drivers, the programs I use and a few O/S ISOs etc. I'd use my 1.2TB Intel 750 as a really fast storage drive and the 512GB 961 for O/S and programs. thumb.gif
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That seems more like just a high voltage working than a sweet spot if you're all the way up to 1.2 for VCCSA. The setting the voltages and resetting isn't really the problem; it's the several hours of testing required for each setting to check it, unless you get immediate errors to know to move on.
I had 3 hours RB stable at .13 offset, then between .13 and .21 nothing better than 40 minutes, then at least 4 hours at .21. Higher is not always better, only sometimes. Yes, it's a PITA.
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Last I checked, I'm RB stable overnight as it is. It may have changed with adjustments to VCCIO I suppose. Only MemTest gives me errors.
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Last I checked, I'm RB stable overnight as it is. It may have changed with adjustments to VCCIO I suppose. Only MemTest gives me errors.

RB doesn't test RAM all that much. If memtest errors you may need to tweak some more, or could be a sign of cache or VCCSA instability.

Have you tried re seating your ram and moving the dimms to different slots, while starting from a fresh cmos state? Also what bios version are you running?

You seem to focused on "3200 C14 unproven on HWE" instead of weeding out all the little fine details of overclocking an enthusiast platform.

We're here to help, and many of us have push the bounderies of what these systems can do for 24/7 use. JPM, silent, and many others aren't on the BOT with good ratings for no reason. Then there's Praz, and Raja, sort of like the doppelgänger of CJ and grinch on the FreeNAS forums lols.
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I had a hard time usng 14-14-14-34-CR2 but no problem with 14-15-14-34CR1.
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My 5820K doesn't seem to be stable at 4.2 core / 1.23v and 4 cache / 1.23v


Hmm?


Are you using the 100 Strap? XMP ?

My 5820k doesn't seem to like the 100 strap but once I use XMP it uses 125 , but seems quite happy on the 125 at 4375 ,even 4.5 at higher voltages.

(actually I have had (3) 5820K's here now due to RMA's and they all acted similar.)

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