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So today I just see how my OC smooth with full manual setting for the memory SA and @schoolofmonkey tell me about the new stable OC thay have now 4.3ghz 1.200v So I just decide to try it here but I'm sure it will not work for my chip I try a tons of time to finish single Asus RB for 4.3ghz @1.2v but no luck at all that's with X99-A board So the Gaming 7 now give me something new!

I just sync all cores to 4.3ghz with 1.18v adaptive + 0.01v offset its work! finish 3 Asus RB bench + 5 cinebench + 20 XTU benchmark one back one never finish such a benchmark @4.3ghz 1.2v !!





duos the auto XMP profile give an extra instability ? the X99-A have auto XMP all the time! maybe this my problem rolleyes.gif also my VCCIN is 1.900v in IDLE and 1.856v under load now

will testing 4.4ghz and 4.5ghz now smile.gif
    
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So today I just see how my OC smooth with full manual setting for the memory SA and @schoolofmonkey tell me about the new stable OC thay have now 4.3ghz 1.200v So I just decide to try it here but I'm sure it will not work for my chip I try a tons of time to finish single Asus RB for 4.3ghz @1.2v but no luck at all that's with X99-A board So the Gaming 7 now give me something new!
I just sync all cores to 4.3ghz with 1.18v adaptive + 0.01v offset its work! finish 3 Asus RB bench + 5 cinebench + 20 XTU benchmark one back one never finish such a benchmark @4.3ghz 1.2v !! Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


duos the auto XMP profile give an extra instability ? the X99-A have auto XMP all the time! maybe this my problem rolleyes.gif also my VCCIN is 1.900v in IDLE and 1.856v under load now
will testing 4.4ghz and 4.5ghz now smile.gif
that's real good, and the temps look low enough that 4.4 is possible. Avoid XMP !! Good droop on the VCCIN, at 4.4 justy increase this to like 1.92

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that's real good, and the temps look low enough that 4.4 is possible. Avoid XMP !! Good droop on the VCCIN, at 4.4 justy increase this to like 1.92

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Thanks Jpmboy

The 4.3ghz 1.2v OC work very well 1h Asus realbench and 1h GTA V & BF4 53c max in games biggrin.gif I just start to like this chip loool

4.4ghz need 1.19v to bench in cinebench & 1.235v for some Asus RB benchmark ... 4.5ghz need 1.22v to bench in cinebench & 1.27v for some Asus RB this the first time VCCIN work like that 1.92v IDLE and 1.888v under load they stay all the time at one value no idea why but its work just fine thumb.gif

all that benchmarks with 3.3ghz cache 1.10v adaptive & 2666mhz CL15 my next step pushing my memory to 3.2ghz again smile.gif
    
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XMP = bad
Auto = a four letter word

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I'm guess that's a, yeah it's good...lol..

The MSI BIOS has this setting called "Memory Try It", based off what brand of memory chips the ram is using it will manually pick the best settings for it (Nothing on Auto at all).
So you select the recommended speed, base CAS and brand of chips.

Seems to be working well, set the ram voltage a little higher than the XMP, 1.25v compared to 1.200, but on XMP they would jump all over the place 1.2 to 1.216 no steady voltage.
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I'm guess that's a, yeah it's good...lol..

The MSI BIOS has this setting called "Memory Try It", based off what brand of memory chips the ram is using it will manually pick the best settings for it (Nothing on Auto at all).
So you select the recommended speed, base CAS and brand of chips.

Seems to be working well, set the ram voltage a little higher than the XMP, 1.25v compared to 1.200, but on XMP they would jump all over the place 1.2 to 1.216 no steady voltage.

they're a good starting point especially for the secondary timings. I try the ASUS ram preloads as a start and tune from there, keeping the secondary timings. this is off the hynix 8x4GB 3000 options.

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they're a good starting point especially for the secondary timings. I try the ASUS ram preloads as a start and tune from there, keeping the secondary timings. this is off the hynix 8x4GB 3000 options.

Well memory try it bumped the VCCSA back up to 1.2v (0.36 offset), and now when I drop it back to 1.050v the system becomes unstable,
the only way to stop it is to set the ram voltage to Auto mad.gif

I'm starting to think all my troubles come from these cheap G-Skill ripjaw 4's...
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Well memory try it bumped the VCCSA back up to 1.2v (0.36 offset), and now when I drop it back to 1.050v the system becomes unstable,
the only way to stop it is to set the ram voltage to Auto mad.gif

I'm starting to think all my troubles come from these cheap G-Skill ripjaw 4's...

Hello

Try 1.28v for memory voltage and report back & make sure XMP is disabled
    
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Hello

Try 1.28v for memory voltage and report back & make sure XMP is disabled

Nope, failed in Realbench, Also failed at 1.25v (memory try it settings), but passed at 1.22v, drooped to about 1.216v that is what auto uses anyway..lol.
Told you this ram sucks... wink.gif
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Nope, failed in Realbench, Also failed at 1.25v (memory try it settings), but passed at 1.22v, drooped to about 1.216v that is what auto uses anyway..lol.
Told you this ram sucks... wink.gif

So your memory don't like higher voltage ? rolleyes.gif
    
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So your memory don't like higher voltage ? rolleyes.gif

It did with the higher VCCSA, but not when I lowered it..
Ah the little quirks, but you learn them and then work around them..
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