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post #1851 of 5806
Well, the 3733/17 TZs were a bust. I couldn't get them to run as fast as my 3200/14 GVRs no matter the mode / strap.

So, back to the GVRs ... and a new set of paper weights rolleyes.gif
post #1852 of 5806
You can't send them back?
That's what I did, multiple times, when binned my TZ. biggrin.gif
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well I hit 1400 on cinebench with my 6800k and ddr4. Happy where it is now. Might try to tighten timings more but I am satisfied I hit my goal
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First time using a Asus MB (x99 Deluxe II) with POST LEDs (CPU_LED, DRAM_LED, VGA_LED, BOOT_LED), and I can't seem to find any documentation on interpreting it. My PC posts fine, and those LEDs are no longer active once booted, but on startup they turn on momentarily (Red, Yellow(?), Orange, and White). What does this mean? Is it just going through each one and passing?
Edited by Arulan - 7/8/16 at 10:13pm
post #1855 of 5806
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You can't send them back?
That's what I did, multiple times, when binned my TZ. biggrin.gif

What excuse did you give? biggrin.gif
post #1856 of 5806
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well I hit 1400 on cinebench with my 6800k and ddr4. Happy where it is now. Might try to tighten timings more but I am satisfied I hit my goal

That is a 5960X default with 2666MHz C14 score.

post #1857 of 5806
If I purchase a 3200/3400 mhz memory kit I will still be limited by the CPU correct? I picked up a new 5960x that is overclocking very well, I currently can run 3000mhz ram with a -.020 offset on system agent and wondering if will be worth trying my luck with some of the faster ram kits on a rampage 5 extreme.
Edited by sdrawkcab - 7/8/16 at 11:36pm
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First time using a Asus MB (x99 Deluxe II) with POST LEDs (CPU_LED, DRAM_LED, VGA_LED, BOOT_LED), and I can't seem to find any documentation on interpreting it. My PC posts fine, and those LEDs are no longer active once booted, but on startup they turn on momentarily (Red, Yellow(?), Orange, and White). What does this mean? Is it just going through each one and passing?


This is normal during POST checks, the lights will simply go out once it is complete.
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If I purchase a 3200/3400 mhz memory kit I will still be limited by the CPU correct? I picked up a new 5960x that is overclocking very well, I currently can run 3000mhz ram with a -.020 offset on system agent and wondering if will be worth trying my luck with some of the faster ram kits on a rampage 5 extreme.


Need more info, what memory kit?
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This is normal during POST checks, the lights will simply go out once it is complete.
Need more info, what memory kit?
Preferably G.Skill Trident or Corsair Dominator Platinum. I'm looking at 32gb and 64gb if 16gb dimms aren't limited in overclocking compared to 8gb or even single vs double sided. Haven't read much about the 16gb dimms, though I'm not too worried because 32gb would be enough for me in production environment so I'm inclined to buy the kit which may have better results in overclocking from sampled results of different users. Just wondering the end result of the motherboard and cpu allowing the XMP speeds to run or even the possibility of pushing further.
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First time using a Asus MB (x99 Deluxe II) with POST LEDs (CPU_LED, DRAM_LED, VGA_LED, BOOT_LED), and I can't seem to find any documentation on interpreting it. My PC posts fine, and those LEDs are no longer active once booted, but on startup they turn on momentarily (Red, Yellow(?), Orange, and White). What does this mean? Is it just going through each one and passing?
lol - worry if the post leds stay on after OS handoff (last one is boot device "ok").
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Preferably G.Skill Trident or Corsair Dominator Platinum. I'm looking at 32gb and 64gb if 16gb dimms aren't limited in overclocking compared to 8gb or even single vs double sided. Haven't read much about the 16gb dimms, though I'm not too worried because 32gb would be enough for me in production environment so I'm inclined to buy the kit which may have better results in overclocking from sampled results of different users. Just wondering the end result of the motherboard and cpu allowing the XMP speeds to run or even the possibility of pushing further.
why not try to oc the ram you have? what mobo?
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