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post #831 of 2033
I don't think a high VCCIN is needed for Cache OC either. tongue.gif
post #832 of 2033
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Originally Posted by jincuteguy View Post

I dont think you need VCCIN 1.95v unless your overclock your cache?

It kept crashing until i raised vccin. Couldnt get it stable at 4.5 without it. So idk
post #833 of 2033
It's not VCCIN for crying out loud.
post #834 of 2033
32GB RAM is not enough for me. Crashed my system today trying to do some real work. I was trying to do genome alignment for one single individual. The original read file size is 433GB. 2 hours into the pipeline all 12 threads was 100% and RAM usage was 29.6GB. Shortly after that my system crashed. Looks like I definitely need 128GB RAM.

On the University cluster I was able to get a job similar size through the pipeline in 21 hrs. Those were the 10 core 20 threads Haswell-EP chips.

I wonder whether it is possible for the X99 platform to support 256GB RAM, Registered RAM of course.
post #835 of 2033
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Originally Posted by mus1mus View Post

It's not VCCIN for crying out loud.
What is it then?
post #836 of 2033
so i set my xmp timings and frequency manually and set ram voltage to 1.39 and system agent to 1.2 and it still crashes. Did i just get bad ram that cant run at its rated speed? what i doing wrong?
post #837 of 2033
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Originally Posted by Teafac3 View Post

so i set my xmp timings and frequency manually and set ram voltage to 1.39 and system agent to 1.2 and it still crashes. Did i just get bad ram that cant run at its rated speed? what i doing wrong?

I believe you were talking about getting it to run at 2666 like you said on the HE thread?

Set Manual Tuning.
Set Strap to 100 Blck.
Set Blck to Memory ratio to 100:133
Set the primary timings to match the XMP.
Set Vdimm to 1.4V
Set VCCSA to +0.020 and work your way up with 0.020 increments.
While doing RAM Tuning, do it outside Windows. Linux StressAppTest for the win.
post #838 of 2033
What does VCCSA do?
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post #839 of 2033
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Originally Posted by mus1mus View Post

I believe you were talking about getting it to run at 2666 like you said on the HE thread?

Set Manual Tuning.
Set Strap to 100 Blck.
Set Blck to Memory ratio to 100:133
Set the primary timings to match the XMP.
Set Vdimm to 1.4V
Set VCCSA to +0.020 and work your way up with 0.020 increments.
While doing RAM Tuning, do it outside Windows. Linux StressAppTest for the win.

kay gonna try this out hope it works. Is it possible tho that my ram will just not run at anything other than 2133?
post #840 of 2033
I have been into 10 kits in total and all can overclock higher than 2133 JEDEC defined speeed.
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