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Thanks
Finally gave these sticks the voltage they needed. Checked with a DMM and actual voltage is 1.474v just like what aida64 is reading.
Same here.. .I've had this 8x8GB 3200c14 kit at 1.45V (1.475 training) on two MBs. 3200c13 on the R5E, and 3400c14 on the R5E10. The 3200c14 ripjaws like 1.45V also (same ICs).
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So what all does VCCSA do for Haswell-E? I haven't had to change mine from the stock value, which is 0.8, but I see a lot of you are in the 1s...
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So what all does VCCSA do for Haswell-E? I haven't had to change mine from the stock value, which is 0.8, but I see a lot of you are in the 1s...


Are you actually using the stock value, though?
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So what all does VCCSA do for Haswell-E? I haven't had to change mine from the stock value, which is 0.8, but I see a lot of you are in the 1s...

I had to change it from 1V to 1,05V in order to get stability in HCI memtest With My i7 5930k (see overclock in sig)....
I Was stable in OCCT and realbench With 1v, but not in HCI memtest ......
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So what all does VCCSA do for Haswell-E?

It powers the system agent which is largely synonymous with the memory and PCI-E controllers.

A lot of fast ram and many PCI-E lanes in heavy use, especially combined with high uncore clocks, can necessitate higher VCCSA.
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I may have to try to increase VCCSA then to see if my higher uncore I originally had still works. Hopefully increase frequency won't bring my temperatures up too high.
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So what all does VCCSA do for Haswell-E? I haven't had to change mine from the stock value, which is 0.8, but I see a lot of you are in the 1s...


Are you actually using the stock value, though?
I have it set as +0.001 in the BIOS and 0.8V is shown as the base value when viewing it in the BIOS. So unless it is changing on me when I boot into Windows, it is on 0.801V.
Edited by stargate125645 - 7/11/16 at 8:51am
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I may have to try to increase VCCSA then to see if my higher uncore I originally had still works. Hopefully increase frequency won't bring my temperatures up too high.
I have it set as +0.001 in the BIOS and 0.8V is shown as the base value when viewing it in the BIOS. So unless it is changing on me when I boot into Windows, it is on 0.801V.

that's is very low.. good to have if your components/settings play well at that low of a VSA. thumb.gif
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So is the consensus on Broadwell-E that 3000mhz is kinda a limit? Or do you think 3200mhz is likely enough to work on the BW-E IMC that it is worth it? I have a chance to get a 3000mhz C14 1.35v (14 16 16 35 T2) kit for cheap (slightly used), or a 3200mhz C14 1.35v (14 16 16 36 T2) for ~$60 more and i'm trying to decide which to go for (both are Dominator Platinum 4x4 quad channel 16gb kits)

I'm wondering whether 3200mhz would be redundant on BW-E due to the lacking IMC; although at the same time I kinda wonder if that did become an issue, whether I could just take the 3200mhz C14 that is causing problems and try for 3000mhz C13 or raise the command rate to 1T etc.. to compensate. Kinda torn on what to do....the 3200mhz kit comes with a neato fan too tongue.gif (seriously corsair, just drop the price and drop those fans lol)
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So is the consensus on Broadwell-E that 3000mhz is kinda a limit? Or do you think 3200mhz is likely enough to work on the BW-E IMC that it is worth it? I have a chance to get a 3000mhz C14 (14 16 16 35 T2) kit for cheap, or a 3200mhz C14 (14 16 16 36 T2) for ~$60 more and i'm trying to decide which to go for (both are Dominator Platinum 4x4 quad channel 16gb kits)

I'm wondering whether 3200mhz would be redundant on BW-E due to the lacking IMC; although at the same time I kinda wonder if that did become an issue, whether I could just take the 3200mhz C14 that is causing problems and try for 3000mhz C13. Kinda torn on what to do....the 3200mhz kit comes with a neato fan too tongue.gif (seriously corsair, just drop the price and drop those fans lol)

I'm running 3792 uncore stable @ 1.25 (.300 offset) on my 6900K.

EDIT: never mind, I see you're refering to memory, not cache!
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I'm running 3792 uncore stable @ 1.25 (.300 offset) on my 6900K.

EDIT: never mind, I see you're refering to memory, not cache!

Yup, talking about RAM.

I noticed your sig says you have G.Skill 3200mhz C14, are you able to run it at that 3200mhz C14 stably on the 6800K?
 
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