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Ooohh! Gold is pretty! Talk about beautiful memories! The rest ain't bad either! thumb.gif

But 1.45 - yikes! eek.gif

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post #9582 of 15854
I will likely purchase a 32GB kit come SKL-E. Until then - the thought of installing yet another memory kit into my home box doesn't appeal to me lol. There was a time when the idea of even being able to install 32-64GB of memory into a system would have been enough to tempt me. I couldn't have been more happier when adding the additional 8mb RAM to my P75 meant I was able to play Quake 1 in glorious software rendering.

16GB is still plenty for most users, even enough for fairly heavy rendering / video / photo editing work. It's when you start dealing with HDR shots that you find yourself on the cusp
Edited by Silent Scone - 9/29/15 at 6:43am
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Hello,

I have an Assus X99-A (latest BIOS), i7 5820k (no overclocking) with 16 GB RAM (4x4GB Crucial DDR4 2133 (http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820148860) and I got another 16GB of the same RAM to add to the system. However, I have run into an issue where I need to increase the DRAM voltage from the stock 1.2V in order to see all 8 sticks (apparently it has happened to other people as well). The best I have been able to do is 7 sticks (28GB) but I have to bring the DRAM speed down to 2000. I disabled the DRAM SVID and manually upped the voltage for all channels to 1.3V, and I even did the same for the Eventual Voltage setting; however, the BIOS is still reporting that the DRAM is getting 1.2V and I cannot see more than 28GB. I know that all memory sticks are OK because I have checked them individually and the system recognizes them. Am I missing something obvious here?

Thanks for your help!
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Hello,

I have an Assus X99-A (latest BIOS), i7 5820k (no overclocking) with 16 GB RAM (4x4GB Crucial DDR4 2133 (http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820148860) and I got another 16GB of the same RAM to add to the system. However, I have run into an issue where I need to increase the DRAM voltage from the stock 1.2V in order to see all 8 sticks (apparently it has happened to other people as well). The best I have been able to do is 7 sticks (28GB) but I have to bring the DRAM speed down to 2000. I disabled the DRAM SVID and manually upped the voltage for all channels to 1.3V, and I even did the same for the Eventual Voltage setting; however, the BIOS is still reporting that the DRAM is getting 1.2V and I cannot see more than 28GB. I know that all memory sticks are OK because I have checked them individually and the system recognizes them. Am I missing something obvious here?

Thanks for your help!

Hello

Combining kits is not advised. Try adjusting SA voltage up and down.
post #9585 of 15854
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Hello

Combining kits is not advised. Try adjusting SA voltage up and down.

Thanks, I'll try that. Regarding not combining kits (as I didn't know that): Are you suggesting that I should be using 2 different kits? In my case all 8 sticks are the same model.
post #9586 of 15854
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Thanks, I'll try that. Regarding not combining kits (as I didn't know that): Are you suggesting that I should be using 2 different kits? In my case all 8 sticks are the same model.

Hello

Please see the info linked below.

http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?57038-Don%92t-combine-memory-kits!-The-meat-and-potatoes-overview
post #9587 of 15854
Thanks so much for that article, I had no idea about the implications. I will mess a little bit more with timings, voltage etc, but it seems that I might be, to put it plainly, "hosed". I may just return the RAM, and just stay with 16GB until a really pressing need arises, in which time I'll just buy a new 32GB kit.

However, back to the voltage issue: why would the voltage not go up despite me manually raising it higher?
post #9588 of 15854
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Hello

The last piece of the puzzle. 2933 memory divider on the 100 strap. All memory dividers from 2133 to 3200 can be made fully stable on the R5E with a bit of tuning.




Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Hey Praz, quoting back that old post of yours because I'd like to ask, what is the command in the terminal to have the memory information like in your top screen?
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Hey Praz, quoting back that old post of yours because I'd like to ask, what is the command in the terminal to have the memory information like in your top screen?

Hello

In a terminal window type "sudo dmidecode type 17" without the quotes and scroll to the info you need.
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Hello

In a terminal window type "sudo dmidecode type 17" without the quotes and scroll to the info you need.
Thanks! You're awesomely fast. biggrin.gif
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