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Mmmh I can do 5mn realbench @ 3328 but then it says instability detected I'm a bit lost been trying for hours lol.

Tweaking ram sure isn't an easy task, reading some posts in this thread makes me wonder if I should just give up !

Will give it a few more gos and if I can't get stable will be done for now biggrin.gif
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Mmmh I can do 5mn realbench @ 3328 but then it says instability detected I'm a bit lost been trying for hours lol.

Tweaking ram sure isn't an easy task, reading some posts in this thread makes me wonder if I should just give up !

Will give it a few more gos and if I can't get stable will be done for now biggrin.gif

Go to the ASUS OC guide in the OP and start from scratch. Might not be the memory. Get at least Realbench stable first, then test XMP in something like HCI memtest or Google Stress App.
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Going to get the Asus X99M-WS, have a question related to installing the ram. As per the picture below, I would install 1 matched pair into B1 & D1, then the second matched pair into A1 + C1? Or do I just populate free-willy as it won't matter?

Side question - If going with B-Die 4x8GB Kit, would it be more on the CPU IMC if the kit can do 3200 c13/14ish rather than being mobo limited by the X99M-WS? I need to stick with mATX only, so no deluxe or rampage v.

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Woah I managed to get stable and run realbench, also here is my 3d mark 10944 I like that : http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/10609079? speed @ 3 312 MHz 15 18 18 42 at first I thought I had put XMP but then those timings don't seem very XMP .. not sure, but I think I'll stay with that for now and see how it goes biggrin.gif
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Got a quick question for anyone running 1.350V DDR4, do you notice your modules getting hot? I have 4x8 G-Skill Ripjaws V at 3000mhz 15-15-15-35 and they get extremely hot even with case fans blowing over them. I haven't seen RAM running hot like this even back in the 2.0V DDR2 days. I noticed because I went to plug a fan in to the header by them and touched one of the modules. I wish I had an IR thermometer to see the actual temps.
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Got a quick question for anyone running 1.350V DDR4, do you notice your modules getting hot? I have 4x8 G-Skill Ripjaws V at 3000mhz 15-15-15-35 and they get extremely hot even with case fans blowing over them. I haven't seen RAM running hot like this even back in the 2.0V DDR2 days. I noticed because I went to plug a fan in to the header by them and touched one of the modules. I wish I had an IR thermometer to see the actual temps.


Double sided DIMMs tend to get a bit warmer, I was going to suggest an IR gun if you had one till I read the last part. I doubt they are getting as hot as you think with that voltage though. Fan over mine they're not even warm to the touch at 1.4v.
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Double sided DIMMs tend to get a bit warmer, I was going to suggest an IR gun if you had one till I read the last part. I doubt they are getting as hot as you think with that voltage though.

I'm having heat problems in general with this build, using a Z170-WS the chipset is idling at almost 60C and the RAM feels pretty much the same. Actually, I do have some temp diode leads for my fan controller, I'll stick one by the RAM and see what it is running at.
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I'm having heat problems in general with this build, using a Z170-WS the chipset is idling at almost 60C and the RAM feels pretty much the same. Actually, I do have some temp diode leads for my fan controller, I'll stick one by the RAM and see what it is running at.


Is it generally quite warm where you are? Would need to see your case and cooling setup to be able to make any assumptions. Memory temperature on these platforms really shouldn't come into question unless being extremely liberal
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My ddr4 are at 28-31°c with 24-25°c ambient, nothing "hot" here even with 1.4v.
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Is it generally quite warm where you are? Would need to see your case and cooling setup to be able to make any assumptions. Memory temperature on these platforms really shouldn't come into question unless being extremely liberal

Its a blizzard outside and 64F inside haha. I had all of the same components on a Gigabyte Z170X-UD3 previously with zero issues, everything was so cool you couldn't even tell it was running. I moved over to the Z170-WS for the slot layout and better m.2 capability and its all been downhill from there.

Also, under load the diode is showing 46C between the DDR4 sticks.
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