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post #16291 of 22010
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Thanks Sack! I won't be able to mess with it much tonight but I will hit you up the next time I am able to.

I started with F1 and quickly updated to F21A and did most of my overclocking with that. Last night I thought I would try F20 and it didn't seem to make a difference.
I am at 1.2v cache now, I don't get any benefit from more. I might even be able to use less, I know it boots at 1.15v cache 3.6g but I don't know if it is stable. I have spent all my time trying to push it higher and no time optimizing the cache voltage yet.

I am using the OC mode but it doesn't seem to help at all. I have tried VL6 on auto all the way up to 1.5v but it doesn't seem to help. For now I have it set at 1.4v because that is where I tested stability at.

The problems I am having sound like someone with a board that doesn't have an OC socket but mine does, which makes me think that it is somehow not working. Is that possible?

Weird. Have you tried leaving RAM/CPU Core on stock & just overclocking the Cache, to find out, maybe something else is going haywire when OCing the cache...?
post #16292 of 22010
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Going to start messing with my clocks tonight. What is better guys, strap 100 X 44 or 125 X 35.... Plan on getting my up to 3200 when I'm done clocking it like JPMboy said...

Thanks in advance

Anyone lol
post #16293 of 22010
On X99, CPU doesn't care much about what BCLK you use, RAM on the other hand. biggrin.gif

If you want 3200Mhz on the RAM, I'd stick with 100 BCLK.
post #16294 of 22010
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Anyone lol

Rt123 is spot on... 125 or 100 really depends on the ram freq you want to use. for 3200, use strap 100. thumb.gif

why not start with 125 so the ram kit is "at home" running 3000, then you can switch to 100 for 3200 once you get familiar with how the parts play together?
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post #16295 of 22010
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Weird. Have you tried leaving RAM/CPU Core on stock & just overclocking the Cache, to find out, maybe something else is going haywire when OCing the cache...?

That is a great idea. I will try that tomorrow and report back.

For some strange reason my cache clock seems to be getting better with time, when I first got the CPU 3.5 was all I could get. Then I stabilized 3.6 the next day. Today 3.7 boots and passes all tests like nothing happened with the same setting I had used before.

It wouldn't even begin to boot and crashed in windows when I tried 3.7 yesterday. 3.8 is still a no boot and an instant crash if applied in windows. And any voltage above 1.2 does nothing to help so there is still something weird going on.
    
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post #16296 of 22010
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Rt123 is spot on... 125 or 100 really depends on the ram freq you want to use. for 3200, use strap 100. thumb.gif

why not start with 125 so the ram kit is "at home" running 3000, then you can switch to 100 for 3200 once you get familiar with how the parts play together?


Ok thanks guys. Working on it now..

2 questions..

Is 42-4300 safe voltage for the ram for 24/7 use?

And what will I benefit from overclocking my cache exactly?
post #16297 of 22010
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Originally Posted by Alpina 7 View Post

Ok thanks guys. Working on it now..

2 questions..

Is 42-4300 safe voltage for the ram for 24/7 use?

And what will I benefit from overclocking my cache exactly?

not sure what you mean by 42-4300 and safe voltage for ram?
Cache impacts ram bandwidth and I/O. Don;t worry about it yet.. focus on core, ram, cache in that order.thumb.gif
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post #16298 of 22010
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not sure what you mean by 42-4300 and safe voltage for ram?
Cache impacts ram bandwidth and I/O. Don;t worry about it yet.. focus on core, ram, cache in that order.thumb.gif

I don't know why I wrote that lol. I meant 1.420-1.430v ok for daily use on the ram.. So far I've got it stable at 4.4mhz CPU @1.3250v and 3200Mhz on the ram @1.430v... About to start lowering the voltages to see how low I can get and stay stable... I'm using Realbench for my stressor. I haven't touched cache
post #16299 of 22010
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I don't know why I wrote that lol. I meant 1.420-1.430v ok for daily use on the ram.. So far I've got it stable at 4.4mhz CPU @1.3250v and 3200Mhz on the ram @1.430v... About to start lowering the voltages to see how low I can get and stay stable... I'm using Realbench for my stressor. I haven't touched cache

best to change one thing at a time... like vcore and hold everything rlse constant. Otherwise a failure can't be assigned to any one thing. thumb.gif
1,4+ volts on ram is fine depending on what freq and timings it's pushing. keep ram at stock until you nail the core OC. then move to ram and test with HCI memtest.
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post #16300 of 22010
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Thanks Sack! I won't be able to mess with it much tonight but I will hit you up the next time I am able to.

I started with F1 and quickly updated to F21A and did most of my overclocking with that. Last night I thought I would try F20 and it didn't seem to make a difference.
I am at 1.2v cache now, I don't get any benefit from more. I might even be able to use less, I know it boots at 1.15v cache 3.6g but I don't know if it is stable. I have spent all my time trying to push it higher and no time optimizing the cache voltage yet.

I am using the OC mode but it doesn't seem to help at all. I have tried VL6 on auto all the way up to 1.5v but it doesn't seem to help. For now I have it set at 1.4v because that is where I tested stability at.

The problems I am having sound like someone with a board that doesn't have an OC socket but mine does, which makes me think that it is somehow not working. Is that possible?

Read the Gigabyte X99-SOC Champion thread please. F20 and F21A bioses are optimized for Broadwell cpu's that are going to come and they are crippling overclocking in general compared to previous bioses. That's why cache oc is going bad on you. You must go back to last bios before these two F20 and F21A.
Link to the thread here: http://www.overclock.net/t/1540939/gigabyte-x99-soc-champion-discussion-ownerss-club/700
Read from the page I have linked on to the end. There is a way in the end to go back to previos F20 and F21A bios.
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