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Originally Posted by Silent Scone View Post

Is it the same stick / DIMM slot dropping out every time? I can't imagine there would be many samples of DDR4 IC that would have issues with 2400mhz. Least of all that much of a weak IMC.
it seems to be slot C1 everytime. ive already rma'd my cpu once this past week, and the board once this past week. the last time is was slot A1 that was acting up. its only when xmp is enabled. im wondering if theres a bad batch of these boards out? i got it pretty early its in its life. ive tried 3 different ram kits as well with no luck. im starting to think its just the motherboard. its tough to test, if i send it to asus again theyll boot it up once maybe twice, itll show all the memory, then theyll say its fine and thats it. im really considering giving up on it and going with a higher end board.
post #9952 of 15867
Dropping memory at such a small OC is likely the result of System Agent, increasing this in offset mode by small increments may help. Assuming you've not tried this already? This is a non linear voltage so can require a certain amount of patience and soak testing over a few days or weeks depending on how often the machine is powered down and up
post #9953 of 15867
I've tried increasing the system agent voltage(it's the option called CPU system agent in the bios right?) to 1.05, and 1.2v and both times it made no difference. Same issue
post #9954 of 15867
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Originally Posted by gotovato View Post

I've tried increasing the system agent voltage(it's the option called CPU system agent in the bios right?) to 1.05, and 1.2v and both times it made no difference. Same issue
Have you tried loosening the MB mounting screws near the DIMMs a bit? I've had over-tightened MB mounting screws keep DIMMs from registering properly.
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I did. I tried that this morning, didn't help. Ill try again but they're pretty loose right now.
post #9956 of 15867
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where is written?
is it a "postilla" from jpboy?

Oh it's you again.

If you don't know how basic sub systems work on your platform then don't make snarky comments.

SVID is the communication protocol between the FIVR components on your CPU and the board.

Jp also has a point. How the heck does adaptive behave properly when SVID is explicitly disabled.
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I've tried increasing the system agent voltage(it's the option called CPU system agent in the bios right?) to 1.05, and 1.2v and both times it made no difference. Same issue


Attempt again with 0.900 to 1.000v
post #9958 of 15867
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I don't get how SVID can be disabled AND respond to dynamic voltage requests when using adaptive. blinksmiley.gif

Hello

On this platform the user setting for SVID communication is between the CPU and VRM. The setting has no influence on FIVR controlled core voltage. Unless pushing way past 24/7 settings or inadequate margins for the overclock being used I have not seen where this has any effect on stability regardless of the setting used.
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Oh it's you again.

If you don't know how basic sub systems work on your platform then don't make snarky comments.

SVID is the communication protocol between the FIVR components on your CPU and the board.

Jp also has a point. How the heck does adaptive behave properly when SVID is explicitly disabled.

If I don't understand something I don't give suggestions. Asus say to disable svid when overclocking. Full stop.
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Hello

On this platform the user setting for SVID communication is between the CPU and VRM. The setting has no influence on FIVR controlled core voltage. Unless pushing way past 24/7 settings or inadequate margins for the overclock being used I have not seen where this has any effect on stability regardless of the setting used.


Red herring but awhile ago I thought I'd established a connection between having SVID enabled and voltage required for cache stability - whereby more was needed with this enabled whilst using offset
Edited by Silent Scone - 11/8/15 at 12:38pm
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