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Skylake-E is perfectly fine running DDR4 at 1.35V, just make sure to check that any 128GB kit you buy is on the QVL tested list on ASUS' website.


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You may want to read this again

The 128GB doesn't necessarily be on the QVL list. My Corsair LPX 3000MHZ 128GB works just fine on my TUF X99, just on the 100 strap need to run it at 2666MHZ instead of 3000.
    
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The 128GB doesn't necessarily be on the QVL list. My Corsair LPX 3000MHZ 128GB works just fine on my TUF X99, just on the 100 strap need to run it at 2666MHZ instead of 3000.

True, I don't even think QVL guarantees those speeds, it just provides an indication based on the average CPU. For large kits I'd stick to JEDEC spec or 2400MHz anyway, but that's me.
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The 128GB doesn't necessarily be on the QVL list. My Corsair LPX 3000MHZ 128GB works just fine on my TUF X99, just on the 100 strap need to run it at 2666MHZ instead of 3000.

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The point @Silent Scone is trying to make is the particular QVL in question doesn't exist. As he wrote you may want to read that part again.
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Hello

The point @Silent Scone is trying to make is the particular QVL in question doesn't exist. As he wrote you may want to read that part again.

"Skylake-E is perfectly fine running DDR4 at 1.35V, just make sure to check that any 128GB kit you buy is on the QVL tested list on ASUS' website."

I meant to quote Delusional from the above, not Scone. I clicked on the wrong post. redface.gif
    
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So memory that's recommended and guarantee to run without trouble for the X99 boards are all listed in the specific QVL section of support page?




Also, I'm having trouble passing OCCT stress for more than 5+ hours. I wonder why this is :|
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So memory that's recommended and guarantee to run without trouble for the X99 boards are all listed in the specific QVL section of support page?

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Yes if the IMC is capable and the user has the necessary skill set to tune the required parameters if required.
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Yes if the IMC is capable and the user has the necessary skill set to tune the required parameters if required.

Indeed, as far as I'm concerned, overclocking = overdoing it = nothing is guaranteed other than an adventurous time thumb.gif
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Hello

Yes if the IMC is capable and the user has the necessary skill set to tune the required parameters if required.

If anyone is interested in a 128GB kit that runs at 2666 MHZ 12-12-12-27 1T on the 100 strap on a Rampage V Extreme , X99-A II and a Sabertooth X99 with a bit of tuning try the Corsair Vengeance LPX 3000MHZ 8x16GB kit.

I've had it working just fine on all three and get decent AIDA64 benchmarks with it, 76k read at 4.7GHZ CPU, 4.4 cache.

It's expensive though but if anyone does pick the kit up search my Username in the forums, posts with each motherboard with screenshots of my BIOS and settings or message me. smile.gif
    
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You should read the Haswell overclocking guide. It will still apply to you in terms of the affects of the voltages; just not necessarily the magnitude anymore. Vcore, Vcache, VCCIN, VCCSA, and VCCIO all have an affect.

The PC just freezes whenever I run stability tests at 4.3, tried up to 1.45v and 2v vccin, no luck, no blue screens, no crashes, just freezes. I wonder if there's anything else than needs attention for pure core overclock...
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