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Originally Posted by Daytraders View Post

No way, maybe 2 or 3 fps at most.


You have no clue, that's it. You didn't even test it.
post #1822 of 5773
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Originally Posted by mrkk View Post

You have no clue, that's it. You didn't even test it.

Guys, if XMP worked before the BIOS update and not after then report it to Raja. Needs to be looked at and fixed.

Edit: I'm assuming a CMOS reset was attempted to correct the issue and failed to do so.
Edited by oparr - 11/1/15 at 10:17am
post #1823 of 5773
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Originally Posted by oparr View Post

Guys, if XMP worked before the BIOS update and not after then report it to Raja. Needs to be looked at and fixed.


I don't have XMP issues, it worked before and after every bios update I did on my Z170-A.
post #1824 of 5773
Well when i set my ram to xmp so it can run at 3000mhz, it boots ok once, but then sometimes gives me error 55 on restarts, so i keep it on default at 2133mhz now, to set manually my memory to run all the time at 3000mhz, what settings do i change exactly in bios, my memory spec are below, thx

Speed: 3000MHz
Tested Latency: 15-17-17-35
Voltage: 1.35V
post #1825 of 5773
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Originally Posted by oparr View Post

Guys, if XMP worked before the BIOS update and not after then report it to Raja. Needs to be looked at and fixed.

Edit: I'm assuming a CMOS reset was attempted to correct the issue and failed to do so.

Depends on the reason for the profile not loading, if it's simply not passing training then more often than not it's due to neighboring settings relating to memory not being ideal for that CPU, so tuning may be required if auto ruling has been changed (normally to fit a wider range of known good settings). There is no one shoe fits all with memory overclocking
post #1826 of 5773
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Originally Posted by modar View Post

processor speed and overall power is much more important than ram speed when it comes to the general use of your computer no matter what it's being used for wink.gif
And if you have two overclocked skylake processors at 4.7. One has its memory at 2133 and other at 2666 which is faster. In everything lol
post #1827 of 5773
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Originally Posted by oparr View Post

Guys, if XMP worked before the BIOS update and not after then report it to Raja. Needs to be looked at and fixed.

Edit: I'm assuming a CMOS reset was attempted to correct the issue and failed to do so.

Yep, CMOS was cleared twice. Reinstalled, same result. I don't want to interrupt progress. We should get a new BIOS with new microcode soon.

What kind of RAM are you guys using that works? Mine is Corsair Vengance 3000 4x4gb kit. Nothing too special. I do need 16gb though and 3000 while it may not be that important it blows away 2133 in a few benches.
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I'm noticing that most RAM has loose timings relative to what these Crucial ones are. These are 15-17-17-35. A lot of the newer kits are 3200 but looser. If that's a word. I Dunn to be fair, the only stability test I have done is prime for 40 minutes. It seems perfectly stable. I had one crash today setting up a VM.I like the heat spreaders on this ram, any taller and I'd need a new case.
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post #1829 of 5773
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How accurate are the sensors on the ranger board?
I had a few loops of  x264 stability test running and the Dual Intelligent Processors tool showed a maximum cpu temperature of ~48°C. However RealTemp showed a max temp about 10°C higher at the same time.
Which one do you think I can trust more?
realtemp. in ai suite, are you looking at cpu temp - that maybe the fan control signal, IDK since I have not loaded AI suite. sorry.
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Originally Posted by Daytraders View Post

Well when i set my ram to xmp so it can run at 3000mhz, it boots ok once, but then sometimes gives me error 55 on restarts, so i keep it on default at 2133mhz now, to set manually my memory to run all the time at 3000mhz, what settings do i change exactly in bios, my memory spec are below, thx

Speed: 3000MHz
Tested Latency: 15-17-17-35
Voltage: 1.35V
Try increasing VSA... up to 1.2V.
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post #1830 of 5773
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Originally Posted by BrokenPC View Post

Yep, CMOS was cleared twice. Reinstalled, same result. I don't want to interrupt progress. We should get a new BIOS with new microcode soon.

What kind of RAM are you guys using that works? Mine is Corsair Vengance 3000 4x4gb kit. Nothing too special. I do need 16gb though and 3000 while it may not be that important it blows away 2133 in a few benches.

Same Corsair memory here but XMP-3200, need the following settings for prime95 stable @4.8GHz;

DRAM: 1.3794V
IO: 1.21250V
SA: 1.21250V

FWIW, the standard XMP 1.35V setting in the BIOS shows up as 1.328-1.344V in HWINFO (1.3728 in the BIOS shows up as 1.344-1.36, 1.3794 stays at a solid 1.36 during prime95 runs). Undervolting XMP memory is probably the last thing one would want. Too lazy to take actual readings.
Edited by oparr - 11/5/15 at 6:39pm
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