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My chassis fans max RPM is 3000RPM but I would like to run them at max 1800RPM which is 65% of fan speed after 60C to 100C but as you can see in the screenshots, after 60C the fans RPM increases so is it possible to set max RPM in Q-Fan?


Perhaps it's just an error with the chart? Have you tested if it actually increases above 65% with those settings?
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My chassis fans max RPM is 3000RPM but I would like to run them at max 1800RPM which is 65% of fan speed after 60C to 100C but as you can see in the screenshots, after 60C the fans RPM increases so is it possible to set max RPM in Q-Fan?

Try (Temp/Duty);

Mid: 60/65
Upper: 100/65
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I am done overclocking for now (4.8 GHz at 1.39 V). But when I try to enable some power saving feature (C states, Speedstep or adaptive voltage) my pc crashes on startup. Does it just need more volts?
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Try (Temp/Duty);

Mid: 60/65
Upper: 100/65
75C is the max I can enter in upper temperature as anything above that gives me invalid input range.
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Hey folks, anybody on maximus ranger that have got past 3400mhz mem clocks. I am bit desperate to get board working with mems

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Hey folks, anybody on maximus ranger that have got past 3400mhz mem clocks. I am bit desperate to get board working with mems

What kit do you have and what's its XMP setting? Some 3400 kits' XMP profile include a 102.9 BCLK OC which may cause additional issues.

That board only support 3400mhz to begin with, although most likely it is your CPU's IMC can't handle the OC. What's your VCCSA/VCCIO? You should try to get VCCSA to 1.25V and VCCIO to 1.225V for a stable ram OC.
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What kit do you have and what's its XMP setting? Some 3400 kits' XMP profile include a 102.9 BCLK OC which may cause additional issues.

That board only support 3400mhz to begin with, although most likely it is your CPU's IMC can't handle the OC. What's your VCCSA/VCCIO? You should try to get VCCSA to 1.25V and VCCIO to 1.225V for a stable ram OC.

Patriot viper 3600c17

vccio / sa 1.3v / 1.35v

So far i have gone thru all these settings: BCLK 100,125,150,167 with both memory dividers. Disabling speedstep & c states helps to get past bit more for memory. quite lot of subtimings etc.
Today i will test reference voltages out, disable more functions, head out to deeper to check things out. This has already taken quite lot of time. redface.gif

But thanks, and doesn't matter if using xmp or manual settings. Result is same. Funny that there's memory oc profiles... but no way i can oc to that high. biggrin.gif

Best way to get past mem mhz wall for me has been: disabling speedstep & c states. Use all the settings that may improve oc etc. boot up with strap that is the highest one you can use. After that overclock via BCLK. I gained 150mhz thru that.
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Hello @all,

here the conclusion of to my whole messy situation: It was Skylake errata SKL082 that Prime95 happily triggered both with FMA3 and AVX. It was supposed to be fixed with MC 0x74 but apparently Intel had to work some more on it as I was still able to run into this. Once I upped to MC 0x9e manually (there is currently no ASUS firmware with 0x9e), I was finally able to stability test the system for 75h straight with Prime95 on stock settings.

I have now upped to DDR4-3000 and started my last Prime95 test run with that. I don't expect any trouble and it has been running fine for almost 38h now. So once 72h are reached, I call it a day.

Six or seven weeks of this madness, I should send the power bill to Santa Clara, CA I guess. I am glad that I have, apparently, finally found the culprit and could forgo swapping CPU and board after all -- even though I really would be curious to know how many years I shoved off the life of my CPU after the torture I put him through... and vice-versa, actually. ;-)

Just for those curious, you can find my thread on the mersenneforum here.

Have a nice weekend,
Matthias
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Hello @all,

here the conclusion of to my whole messy situation: It was Skylake errata SKL082 that Prime95 happily triggered both with FMA3 and AVX. It was supposed to be fixed with MC 0x74 but apparently Intel had to work some more on it as I was still able to run into this. Once I upped to MC 0x9e manually (there is currently no ASUS firmware with 0x9e), I was finally able to stability test the system for 75h straight with Prime95 on stock settings.

I have now upped to DDR4-3000 and started my last Prime95 test run with that. I don't expect any trouble and it has been running fine for almost 38h now. So once 72h are reached, I call it a day.

Six or seven weeks of this madness, I should send the power bill to Santa Clara, CA I guess. I am glad that I have, apparently, finally found the culprit and could forgo swapping CPU and board after all -- even though I really would be curious to know how many years I shoved off the life of my CPU after the torture I put him through... and vice-versa, actually. ;-)

Just for those curious, you can find my thread on the mersenneforum here.

Have a nice weekend,
Matthias

we posted regarding this 28.9 bug in this thread when it first appeared (only on specific FFTs), best thing to do is just drop 9p5 as a stability test, there are much better ones these days.
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we posted regarding this 28.9 bug in this thread when it first appeared (only on specific FFTs), best thing to do is just drop 9p5 as a stability test, there are much better ones these days.
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we posted regarding this 28.9 bug in this thread

Where? IIRC, it was Skylake that had a bug demonstrated using earlier P95 versions which Intel claimed to have fixed. The above quote makes it seem like P95 28.9 has a bug.
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best thing to do is just drop 9p5 as a stability test

Agreed, if one keeps getting errors.
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there are much better ones these days

Agreed, if better means easier to pass in these "well enough" days.
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