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So you say Memory kit may has a problem (or just one stick) Actually there was no OC on memory. It was XMP - factory settings. What is your suggestion if I want to change memory kit - Kingston, Corsair...?
post #9992 of 15879
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So you say Memory kit may has a problem (or just one stick) Actually there was no OC on memory. It was XMP - factory settings. What is your suggestion if I want to change memory kit - Kingston, Corsair...?

XMP is not factory settings. It is a profile bedded into the SPD table on the memory kit by the vendor that allows for ease of applying the frequency the kit is binned for. Tuning VCCSA and possibly increasing DRAM voltage slightly should iron this out.
post #9993 of 15879
Sorry but what you mean with VCCSA - can't see and setting called VCCSA - is that system agent voltage?









Last picture - actually CPU works at 4500 - Windows see it as 4500 - I think it bios must show 4200 (Turbo mode adds 300Mhz) is that a bug?

1901 bios shows it right. But if 1901 shows it defult clock, means windows will see it default clock too. Means OC failed.
Edited by DJ_OXyGeNe_8 - 11/10/15 at 4:43am
post #9994 of 15879
Yes VCCSA is the System Agent. Try an offset of 0.050 to begin with. This a non linear voltage and there is no one shoe fits all setting which is why auto ruling is not always ideal.

Also 1.4v uncore voltage is pretty excessive, try to keep this below 1.3v
post #9995 of 15879
I did set 44X - looks like 45x some cores not stable and gives b7 or bd code when try restart. For now my system agent voltage looks 1.16 etc. And yes I did set 1.3V manually for CPU. Let me check what happens. Didn't choose XMP - just gave 1.35 V for DRAM.

Something strange in here too. When I give voltage to ram sometimes b7 - bd and just waits there. This time started. Trying to understand Board or ram makes tihs problem.



thanks.
post #9996 of 15879
In this picture when it was auto shows 1.16



I did set 1.3V for DRAM (from Dram Timings section) and no error. Than I set System Agent Voltage too 1.18 - Says Max is 2 . There was no offset option?
post #9997 of 15879
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Yes VCCSA is the System Agent. Try an offset of 0.050 to begin with. This a non linear voltage and there is no one shoe fits all setting which is why auto ruling is not always ideal.

Also 1.4v uncore voltage is pretty excessive, try to keep this below 1.3v

+0.050V VCSSA is a non sense.
+0.2V is required from most CPU to get it stable passed 2666MHz.

+0.3V is normal when using 125MHz strap so no problem in putting more voltage on VCSSA
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post #9998 of 15879
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+0.050V VCSSA is a non sense.
+0.2V is required from most CPU to get it stable passed 2666MHz.

+0.3V is normal when using 125MHz strap so no problem in putting more voltage on VCSSA

As always spewing nothing but nonsense. Quit putting forth useless suggestions based on your lack of knowledge and understanding. 0.9625 SA voltage below.

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Hello

G.Skill 4 x 8GB, 3200MHz, 16-16-16-42 1N, 1.35V.





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As always spewing nothing but nonsense. Quit putting forth useless suggestions based on your lack of knowledge and understanding. 0.9625 SA voltage below.

if you changed ten CPUs to get a binned CPU like that means that you are a kids with a lot of time to waste, nothing more.
on average, with 0.96V SA, you do nothing.

Asus bump VCSSA considerably when XMP is enabled, full stop.
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In this picture when it was auto shows 1.16
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I did set 1.3V for DRAM (from Dram Timings section) and no error. Than I set System Agent Voltage too 1.18 - Says Max is 2 . There was no offset option?
You need to switch the System Agent dropdown from "Auto" to "Offset", then you get the offset textbox.
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