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Kimir - are you running any sensor reading programs while running HCI? Like AID64? wiith AID64 try dialing back the number of things being flashed to the desktop. I've had a few examples where that single error (after long hours) might have been due to some type of polling/posting clash in AIDA and not faulty ram.
Yes, I usually kick OHM and real temp but leave Aida OSD (2 seconds refresh interval), also had the display driver crashing, that's probably related as well. Windows doesn't really like not having some free memory to eat lol.

Edit: came back home and nothing on desktop, looked at the event viewer, bsod 1e in there, oh well, gonna bump my vcore back to 1.26 and start again, hid everything this time. Still getting the display driver crashing lol.
Guess who's gonna do some more dram binning this week, look like the other shop that listed the 3200c14 finally have them in stock, but 40€ less, including shipping! Oh whistle.gif
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Most probably for the same reasons specified above, in that stability need be dialled in correctly. If you read the article I linked you, it might become more apparent why that is.

Including the part where you attempted to make IT APPARENT, that there SHOULDN'T be an ISSUE by HIGHLIGHTING why you think there shouldn't be an issue. wink.gif

I just don't know why you could give me an answer being polite.
I appreciate the fact that you took your time sending me the link and pointing me out the issue. I had no idea that there are incompatibility issues by using the same kind of memories.
And that's why I asked, because I would like to learn and not make the same mistakes in the future.
Anyway, I messaged Kingston and their awesome customer's service is going to send me a package of 2x8GB DDR4 2666MHz and I will send them both packages of 2x4GB DDR4 2666MHz.

Thanks for making me feel welcome thumb.gif
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I just don't know why you could give me an answer being polite.
I appreciate the fact that you took your time sending me the link and pointing me out the issue. I had no idea that there are incompatibility issues by using the same kind of memories.
And that's why I asked, because I would like to learn and not make the same mistakes in the future.
Anyway, I messaged Kingston and their awesome customer's service is going to send me a package of 2x8GB DDR4 2666MHz and I will send them both packages of 2x4GB DDR4 2666MHz.

Thanks for making me feel welcome thumb.gif


That's pretty good of Kingston actually, great service. If you're talking about me using the phrase between chair and keyboard, it's not much different to automatically assuming there is an issue with the boards themselves wink.gif

Sometimes a kick in the right direction is what is needed instead of beating around the bush tongue.gif
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I wonder how good these new LPX kits are going to be that Corsair are bringing out. Had a bad experience with G.Skill so RNGing a set of LPX instead.
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Scone,
How are you finding that new kit, can you clock them past 4000? did you post a screen of AIDA bandwidth
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Scone,
How are you finding that new kit, can you clock them past 4000? did you post a screen of AIDA bandwidth

Don't have a new kit bud, least not on Z170. Still using TG Xtreme 3866 C18, one of the original high bins. Can get the kit to post at 4133 on the Impact with the right amount of voltage but nothing you could deem stable.


The higher the density the more difficult things will be, personally haven't overclocked 16GB DIMMs though. Shouldn't have much trouble getting the kits stable at the XMP though.
Edited by Silent Scone - 2/9/16 at 11:44pm
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Can I use that ASRock timing configurator with my x99 Extreme6?

Restarting for every little change gets kinda annoying in the long run.

Edit:
nope, i cant... + timings seem kinda off, at least it got my board name right biggrin.gif


EDIT2: AAHA

Gotta install 3.0.5 to make it work ..
Edited by Bloodymight - 2/10/16 at 7:32am
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^ I'm not sure about changing timings within Windows, but I believe the better route would be to change parameters within the UEFI.

On another note, Puro just dropped off these bad boys at my office biggrin.gif

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