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GSkill Ripjaws V DDR4-3600 2 X 4GB kit at XMP but CR1 set manually on Maximus VIII Hero (all default voltages):




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Raja--i5-6700K @4.2/4.1---DDR4-3733-C18-19-47-1T----1.40v---SA Auto & IO Auto ---Stressapptest----2 Hours

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Raja--i5-6700K @4.2/4.1---DDR4-3733-C18-19-47-1T----1.40v---SA Auto & IO Auto ---Stressapptest----2 Hours

Does the SA and IO auto adjust on these boards like vcore? Wondering the same for LLC, someone said they got best results from leaving it on auto. I'm using the z170 Deluxe.
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Does the SA and IO auto adjust on these boards like vcore? Wondering the same for LLC, someone said they got best results from leaving it on auto. I'm using the z170 Deluxe.

Yep, Auto is "automatic".
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Does the SA and IO auto adjust on these boards like vcore? Wondering the same for LLC, someone said they got best results from leaving it on auto. I'm using the z170 Deluxe.


I had no trouble dialling in 3000 and 3200 with auto, I set a lower manual system agent to see what I could get away with. If there's no instability whilst in auto there is no real reason to change this. Might need to play with it above these speeds though on some cpus, I've yet to try
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I'm having issues posting on the stock XMP of my RAM. On reboots I sometimes get d0, but just restarting again I'll come boot fine after "Resetting my overclock settings by pressing F1." I haven't begun to overclock yet, because of this. Additionally my boot time is incredibly slow going through post. Anyone have any ideas? @Raja@ASUS? I'm using 2 sets of F4-3000C15D-16GVR and the rest of my info is in my sig. When letting my bios auto adjust my ram, it sets it to 2133 with 1.2v. I just updated my bios to 0508 using the EZUpdate last night and it didn't change anything.
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I'm having issues posting on the stock XMP of my RAM. On reboots I sometimes get d0, but just restarting again I'll come boot fine after "Resetting my overclock settings by pressing F1." I haven't begun to overclock yet, because of this. Additionally my boot time is incredibly slow going through post. Anyone have any ideas? @Raja@ASUS? I'm using 2 sets of F4-3000C15D-16GVR and the rest of my info is in my sig. When letting my bios auto adjust my ram, it sets it to 2133 with 1.2v. I just updated my bios to 0508 using the EZUpdate last night and it didn't change anything.


Two sets of DRAM is likely the issue. Remove one set. XMP is not made for two sets, it is made for one.
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I'll try that out when I get home. If that's the case, can I just manually set the speed, timings and voltage to get it to work? Or do I need to get a quad channel kit?
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I'll try that out when I get home. If that's the case, can I just manually set the speed, timings and voltage to get it to work? Or do I need to get a quad channel kit?

You can try, but there are no promises it will work at the rated timings, frequency and voltage of a single kit. You may need to tune a lot to get both kits stable.

I would avoid 4 DIMM kits binned for X99 for similar purpose - look for a Z170 4 DIMM memory kit if you want a single kit.
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