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Are you claiming the board set the sub timings in that post?

I certainly don't understand those. I admit.

But I can show you a proof. wink.gif wait Sunday. Just in case you haven't seen one.
Edited by mus1mus - 8/26/16 at 8:02am
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I certainly don't understand those. I admit.

But I can show you a proof. wink.gif wait Sunday.


I don't want proof, the board knows what these values need to be. As i was saying before, best to get to terms with these if adjusting them, before looking at diving deeper. This is what I would do, and have done
post #2613 of 5605
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I don't want proof, the board knows what these values need to be. As i was saying before, best to get to terms with these if adjusting them, before looking at diving deeper. This is what I would do, and have done

Don't worry, I will not be posting a proofs to say you are wrong and whatnot. But to say, all I did was to tighten/relax them down lower/higher than what the board sets them to.
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Ha thanks I would have been real sad later. Speaking of dumb questions I know that tRAS = tCL + tRCD + tRP and with my timings (14, 15, 15, 30) tRAS is clearly being overridden by the motherboard. My question is when I set it properly to say 44 there is a drop in throughput measured by Aida. How is this possible given all timings are set to manual including RTLs and IOLs. Leaving RTLs and IOLs to auto sets the same timings as static which I though was the cause at first.
Thanks I will check it out when I get home I plan on playing around later today so this will be added to the list of things to learn!
if performance is the sole metric, lower tRAS from the calc min (cl+rcd+rtp) until the performce you choose to measure declines... stability may not be at the same value. With this 64GB kit on the R5E10/6950X, no more than -2 vs the sum yielded both stability and performance (it's always a compromise)... final "tuning" is pretty empirical once you get to the edge on the combination of specific ram kit, CPU IMC, cache and motherboard.
Any one here would need to see the timings you set manually to "help" any further (if possible).
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Don't worry, I will not be posting a proofs to say you are wrong and whatnot. But to say, all I did was to tighten/relax them down lower/higher than what the board sets them to.

Take it like a trooper and put it down to a learning experience wink.gif
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Don't worry, I am a noob. biggrin.gif
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vmanuelgm--RV10(0901)--6950x@4408-4308-3707--DDR4@3406CL14-15-15-33-1T--1.375v ab&cd--SA 1.136v--VCCIO 1.056v--HCI 300%


Well, Would like you, Scone, to add it to the list, will see if you finally do!!!


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PS: Input was a bit high, I turned it back to 1.952v and all ok!!!
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if performance is the sole metric, lower tRAS from the calc min (cl+rcd+rtp) until the performce you choose to measure declines... stability may not be at the same value. With this 64GB kit on the R5E10/6950X, no more than -2 vs the sum yielded both stability and performance (it's always a compromise)... final "tuning" is pretty empirical once you get to the edge on the combination of specific ram kit, CPU IMC, cache and motherboard.
Any one here would need to see the timings you set manually to "help" any further (if possible).

Thanks for the advice and clarification. I wouldn't say performance is my only metric as I'm mainly looking for performance at 24/7 stable settings not just to pass benchmarks.
Here are my current settings. I followed several guide as well as read up on each setting but I'm sure I missed some things as its a lot to process.
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Superkyle1721---6700K @4.841/4.841 (BCLK 103 Multi 47/47)---3845Mhz -C14-15-15-30-2T----1.5V---SA 1.225V---1.2VCCIO---Gsat 1-hour





Misc. 3rd timings were too tight and caused a few errors. Set 3rds to auto and was able to pass without issues. Will revisit 3rds later.
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vmanuelgm--RV10(0901)--6950x@4408-4308-3707--DDR4@3406CL14-15-15-33-1T--1.375v ab&cd--SA 1.136v--VCCIO 1.056v--HCI 300%


Well, Would like you, Scone, to add it to the list, will see if you finally do!!!


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PS: Input was a bit high, I turned it back to 1.952v and all ok!!!

Very nice vmanuelgm thumb.gif
But I am sure you can do better, time to time biggrin.gif
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Thanks Pepillo!!!

Not a bad 24/7 oc for 6950x...
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