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post #241 of 2033
my 2666Mhz ram runs just fine on 100 strap cant produce any stabillity issues there. I didnt pick high speed ram so everything would be slightly easier to get stable, Atleast what I thought.
The 100 strap was a nice bonus to me thought. As I didnt know about that before I got this board.

I cant awnser ur question beceuse I suck at explaining things.
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post #242 of 2033
Well the xmp profile 1 at 2800 failed again yesterday.. lost randomly one stick at A1 Dimm . So i raised voltages especially DRAM at 1.35v and after several shut down seems ok. I will continue to test for stability.
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If you mean this then it should not matter beceuse according to everything else its my total 16gb of ram.

Hell restarting AIDA64 changes this up to me Maybe totally unrelated to yours as your checking in your bios.

I suggest raising your VCCSA by a tiny bit and try again(I dont know how much but really 10mv max less even better) as you shoulnt need to change it in first place with XMP profile. Or without its generally for people who put in their manual timings and OC their ram. higher than rated speed.
Edited by stephen427 - 9/28/15 at 3:16am
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post #244 of 2033
Hello

At moderate overclocks missing memory modules are normally a result of failed training because of improper SA Voltage. SA voltage is a CPU specific setting so cannot be universally set by either the UEFI or XMP. When using a memory configuration that falls outside of Intel's specifications manually tuning of SA voltage should be assumed.
post #245 of 2033
So which voltage should i raise and how much ?
post #246 of 2033
SA voltage = VCCSA. on this board.

How much depends. Like i said you should not need to increase it much for 2800Mhz. It should not be hard to figure how much you need. Hopefully this solves it for you now.

Just dont go adding more than 0.100mv I doubt you even need that much 0.010-0.050 more like. ( I dont know it depends on your system )
Edited by stephen427 - 9/28/15 at 1:33pm
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post #247 of 2033
I'm considering upgrading to this board (5820K), but unsure of the oc'ing ability vs other boards and of the Asus frying cpu issue. Does this board oc just as well as the Pro and Deluxe versions? I'd like 4.4-4.5Ghz given decent silicon.
Any common problems with this mobo?
I'd like to keep the cost under $350 if anybody recommends something better. MSI X99A SLI KRAIT EDITION?
After this upgrade I don't plan on upgrading for at least another4 years. Quality and longevity are very important. My Asus P8P67 Deluxe/2600K has lasted me a long time.
post #248 of 2033
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So which voltage should i raise and how much ?

Definitely drop the memory voltage back down to 1.2v. If the kit is designed to run at 1.2v run it at that (sorry if i confused you earlier, i specifically haven't seen any kits that are actually below 1.35v and high speeds).

As above, you shouldn't need much voltage to the VCCSA to get it stable.
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post #249 of 2033
Tuning of SA Voltage might require a bit of patience, at least it did in my case.
I was originally mislead in my original testing that I needed at least 1.02v or more to be stable at 2800 or 3200 with my Corsair lpx 2666cl15 dimms.
Upon further testing I found that .96v SA volts works perfectly fine. However .97 to 1.01 not so much so. Then works fine again under testing at 1.02 and up.
But that is just what I find works on my setup, others mileage may vary





Edited by Cutbait - 9/28/15 at 4:13pm
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post #250 of 2033
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I'm considering upgrading to this board (5820K), but unsure of the oc'ing ability vs other boards and of the Asus frying cpu issue. Does this board oc just as well as the Pro and Deluxe versions? I'd like 4.4-4.5Ghz given decent silicon.
Any common problems with this mobo?
I'd like to keep the cost under $350 if anybody recommends something better. MSI X99A SLI KRAIT EDITION?
After this upgrade I don't plan on upgrading for at least another4 years. Quality and longevity are very important. My Asus P8P67 Deluxe/2600K has lasted me a long time.

No complaints on my end Despotes. Been running since April without a glitch to speak of here. Pushed my chip to 4.625 @1.32v RealBench and x264 benchmark stable.
Gamed and did encoding work for a few weeks at said settings. Performed flawlessly. But running my chip at 4.5 with 1.245v is a bit more practical.

As far as the long term, only time will tell

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