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Should I be afraid to run 1.46v through my DDR4 RAM 24/7?

There are much greater things to be afraid of in the modern world. Keep the memory voltage under 1.5v for daily use
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Those coolers are really nice on the eye. Only let down is there are no blocks AFAIK (if wanting to go that route)


Actually EK just came out with a block for the 1080 FTW. I believe i saw it on performance-pcs when i was ordering my monoblock, new pump, hard tubing etc.. to upgrade my rig this morning. I know for sure i saw it on EKWB site though.
 
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Actually EK just came out with a block for the 1080 FTW. I believe i saw it on performance-pcs when i was ordering my monoblock, new pump, hard tubing etc.. to upgrade my rig this morning. I know for sure i saw it on EKWB site though.

Looks like they're in as of September. That's a long old wait if you wanted one at launch.
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still further tweaking to do but not a bad start
6700k@4.6\4.6 ~1.375v 4000 17-17-17-34-2T 1.438v set 1.424v detected 1.25v sa hci failed at 500%


Ht on or off? (On phone, can't see pics well enough)

nice ram..
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ht is on hence the 8 instances of hci
i guess disabling ht would make testing a bit easier\quicker

ram is g.skill ripjaws v 3200c14 2x8g samsung b die
it surprised me just how well its doing considering its a relatively cheap kit by comparison to others

cpu is fairly stable at 47\47 with the above v just dropped it back 100mhz to make sure its not interfering with finding a stable ram speed
toped out at 48\48 1.45v which is only stable enough to benchmark while 49 wont post
may have to try individual cores once the ram is dialed in
Edited by Dasa - 9/28/16 at 3:08am
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Not sure why anyone would want to run HCI with HT disabled.

4000Mhz and high uncore clocks can become difficult. This is where from a performance perspective, the voltages needed might not really make sense for this purpose. On the 6600K I tested, with 4133 I needed over 1.3v VCCSA for HCI stability. Both this rail and IO can need a considerable bump, which is when it's probably time to dial things back a notch.

Worth mentioning it also depends a lot on the board, too.
Edited by Silent Scone - 9/28/16 at 3:48am
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thanks for the feedback
im slowly reading through this great thread looking for hidden gems
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thanks for the feedback
im slowly reading through this great thread looking for hidden gems

No problem. The Gene is a great board - but if wanting to really push that side of things, then the Impact has that area covered. Maybe try aiming for 1T at C16 3866. That's more than respectable. Especially if you can work on sub timings after establishing 1T is stable.
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Originally Posted by Dasa View Post

still further tweaking to do but not a bad start
6700k@4.6\4.6 ~1.375v 4000 17-17-17-34-2T 1.438v set 1.424v detected 1.25v sa hci failed at 500%


less stable but i have also had it a 3866 c16 1t

need to install linux to speed up finding the best 24\7 speed
did you set the values I highlighted in yellow or did bios?

(nice ram kit!)
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Originally Posted by Mr.N00bLaR View Post

Should I be afraid to run 1.46v through my DDR4 RAM 24/7?
not really. stay below 1.5V as Scone said, and if the sticks report the temp, keep an eye on it during normal use... once you get in the 40C-50C range, get some air flow on them. thumb.gif
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Hey guys, do Corsair Dom Plats come in Samsung B-Die?
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