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post #341 of 786
I'm currently running the 4.0ghz + XMP setting and it's been the most stable for me on my 5960x I still have a lot of work to do though.
post #342 of 786
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I'm currently running the 4.0ghz + XMP setting and it's been the most stable for me on my 5960x I still have a lot of work to do though.

what RAM are you using? what's the configuration? part numbers?

I haven't been able to get stable system with XMP profiles...
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just ordered the ASRock Fatal1ty X99X Killer/3.1 to replace my bricked X99-A Asus board that decided to just stop and die out of the blue.... This will be my first Asrock board, im hoping it will be a decent clocker and hoping their implementation of the OC socket will allow me to match the same Cache OC that my asus board had of 4.0GHz... whatch think?
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A cache clock of 4000mhz sholud be a piece of cake with the oc socket. I have an x99m extreme4 without the oc socket and am running the core clock at 4500 and the cache at 3500 on my 5820K.
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post #345 of 786
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Originally Posted by BLinux View Post

what RAM are you using? what's the configuration? part numbers?

I haven't been able to get stable system with XMP profiles...

BLinux bro right now i'm using Corsair Dominator 3000 C15 16gb (4x4)

I am running the 4.0 + XMP "preset" in OC Tweaker. I found this to be the most stable because the RAM wouldn't run well at 2133 with the overclock. I recommend trying the 4.0 + XMP (NOT the 4.0 turbo) and let her run. I have not been able to run memtest yet but if you want I can post some BIOS pics of how I'm running. I think I was also stable at the 2666hz preset and stock cpu clocks but as soon as I started overclocking the RAM would be fussy. I am not the best with this stuff so i'm trying to be as clear as I can. I'll be glad to help you and I'll also keep you guys updated on my future OC'ing.

If your running the X99x killer and raid make sure you download the raid drivers or things can get a little screwy during the windows install!
post #346 of 786
looking for a 4x8gb (32gb) set of 3200MHz ram for this board, anyone have experience with running 32gb's @ 3200 speeds on this board? what did you use? thanks

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231930
Edited by newls1 - 11/3/15 at 4:05pm
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looking for a 4x8gb (32gb) set of 3200MHz ram for this board, anyone have experience with running 32gb's @ 3200 speeds on this board? what did you use? thanks

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231930

anyone have any light to shed on this?
post #348 of 786
bought this ram kit for the X99 Killer / 3.1 board... anyone have any clocking experience with said ram and asrock combo? http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820211915
post #349 of 786
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bought this ram kit for the X99 Killer / 3.1 board... anyone have any clocking experience with said ram and asrock combo? http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820211915

No experience. I'd grab a set of vengeance/gskills.
post #350 of 786
just returned a 32gb 3200mhz gskill set back to new egg for 1 of 4 sticks was slap dead... I WAS PISSED
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