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Nice! thumb.gif
tRAS seems to be tolerant of a -2 vs the calc min window... maybe Intel has applied an offset in the microcode?
noiw gewt in there and set the dram clock to 13, and lower the three timings I flagged below until stability or "productivity" is lost. Some kits can run these at the same value... some work best with a stagger.
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Hmmm, not sure what you mean by "dram clock" ... and thanks again!

BTW, I have not been able to lower tRCD to 14 - immediate errors in GSAT even @ 1.42v, whereas current settings work at 1.38v.
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I'm trying my new 5960x at 4.6GHZ 1.225v, cache at 4.4GHZ at 1.2v, 8x4GB G.Skill 3000 at 3200MHZ 15-16-16-35 1T at 1.4v while I'm at work 10 hours with HCI, I think I have a really good chip. biggrin.gif

No errors at 100% before I left. smile.gif

Edit: I used 12 threads because I had it set for my 5930k instead of 16 for a 5960x. I'll run it again tomorrow while I'm at work. frown.gif

Now to see if I can do 1T and/or 3200MHZ on my 8x16GB doubled sided Corsair 3000 LPX. Could only do 3000 on the 125 strap and 2T at that on my old 5960x, could do 1T 2666 though. rolleyes.gif

That'll wait until tomorrow though, is midnight here, just got home from work an hour ago and I need to get up at 6 a.m. for work tomorrow . frown.gif

VCSSA a bit high at 1.2 but I think I can get it down to 1.12. I had it at that but raised it trying to lower RAM voltages do to crappy thermal paste and temps too high stress testing with RealBench and never lowered it after RAM voltages wouldn't post when lowered. redface.gif
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Getting best AIDA cache and memory benchmarks I've ever had! sonic.gif Not sure why write is so much slower then read and copy though. helpinghand.gif
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I have a 5390k with 16gb of corsair doms sitting in a x99m ws. Can't use xmp profile because it will not load win. So I did that easy 4.2 oc, and now it boots. I remember however that on my rive I used offset volts, but the easy guide here is telling me to volt it at the same value constantly. Why is that?
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Getting best AIDA cache and memory benchmarks I've ever had! sonic.gif Not sure why write is so much slower then read and copy though. helpinghand.gif
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Write times are limited by uncore
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I have a 5390k with 16gb of corsair doms sitting in a x99m ws. Can't use xmp profile because it will not load win. So I did that easy 4.2 oc, and now it boots. I remember however that on my rive I used offset volts, but the easy guide here is telling me to volt it at the same value constantly. Why is that?

What guide are you referring to? I'd imagine because a fixed voltage is cut and dry, but the best method in terms of establishing an overclock easily. Which is inferred in the word easy.
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Write times are limited by uncore

I had tREFI so high as I found for some reason when actually gaming instead of the game crashing once in a blue moon on my 5930k I had it at that and game never crashed in two weeks. Also really helps AIDA benchmark. I did lower it to 22066 as I got one error in HCI though, seems to have fixed it.

5960x At 4.6GHZ (1.225v), cache at 4.4GHZ (1.2V), ASUS X99-A II motherboard, G.Skill 8x4GB 3000 (F4-3000C15Q2-32GRBB) at 3200MHZ 15-16-16-35 1T.

Edit: I lowered VCSSA to 1.12, had it at 1.2v. smile.gif

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vmanuelgm--5960x@4.5-4.25--3333CL14-14-14-34-1T-1.385v--SA 1.12v--vcin 1.98v--HCI 200%
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Getting best AIDA cache and memory benchmarks I've ever had! sonic.gif Not sure why write is so much slower then read and copy though. helpinghand.gif
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That write speed delta is normal for HW-E. Same for everyone... well maybe Praz could tweak it out. smile.gif
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Edit: I used 12 threads because I had it set for my 5930k instead of 16 for a 5960x. I'll run it again tomorrow while I'm at work. frown.gif

Now to see if I can do 1T and/or 3200MHZ on my 8x16GB doubled sided Corsair 3000 LPX. Could only do 3000 on the 125 strap and 2T at that on my old 5960x, could do 1T 2666 though. rolleyes.gif

That'll wait until tomorrow though, is midnight here, just got home from work an hour ago and I need to get up at 6 a.m. for work tomorrow . frown.gif

VCSSA a bit high at 1.2 but I think I can get it down to 1.12. I had it at that but raised it trying to lower RAM voltages do to crappy thermal paste and temps too high stress testing with RealBench and never lowered it after RAM voltages wouldn't post when lowered. redface.gif
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looking real good! As soon as my mercury SM8 case gets here, this BWE moves into the case and the R5E/5960X can get back to work...
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vmanuelgm--5960x@4.5-4.25--3333CL14-14-14-34-1T-1.385v--SA 1.12v--HCI 200%
That's is a really strong ram oc... if you care to:

tRRD is at 4, so tFAW can be as low as 16
If you can get tRTP down to 4, tRAS should be good at 30.
Increase tREFI to 20000 (you can do this only and see an increase in bandwidth)
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What guide are you referring to? I'd imagine because a fixed voltage is cut and dry, but the best method in terms of establishing an overclock easily. Which is inferred in the word easy.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bz2VRRbLPrZnYjlVR2kzYkVvMFE/edit

This is linked in the NA thread.
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