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What about 2799? Maybe that's the point you'll have to loosen timings a bit? Or set to 2799 and all timings to [auto] and see what timings the BIOS gives you. And then you can use those to go for 2933?

this is not possible in the settings, at least it is not isted here have just 2666/2800/2933/3066 Mhz at least with the 133Mhz settings.... the timings are on auto with Cr2 13/15/15/39....cool.gifph34r-smiley.gif
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this is not possible in the settings, at least it is not isted here have just 2666/2800/2933/3066 Mhz at least with the 133Mhz settings.... the timings are on auto with Cr2 13/15/15/39....cool.gifph34r-smiley.gif

2800 = 2799 rolleyes.gif

Try 2800 Cr2 14/16/16/auto
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2800 = 2799 rolleyes.gif

Try 2800 Cr2 14/16/16/auto


so tried 2800 Mhz for som minutes with CR2 14/17/17/43 and worked so i testing now the Memiry IT! settings for micron where the change is in timing by CR2 16/17/17/36 where i see a little improvement on AIDA 64 benches and the stress test is working for 20 mins now...

ill go to try your timing suggestion smile.gif

BTW: tried 3000 Mhz = harware error, next 3066 Mhz not booting so i think its close to the limit i can achieve...

Also tried 2900 Mhz with the 100mhz setting and it is working but the strange thing is that the core temp difference is more than 20 degrees in the maximum... now with the 2800 setting are the differences max 6 degrees!

ill let you know about the next test smile.gif

edit: and the max temp is 63 C!
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so tried 2800 Mhz for som minutes with CR2 14/17/17/43 and worked so i testing now the Memiry IT! settings for micron where the change is in timing by CR2 16/17/17/36 where i see a little improvement on AIDA 64 benches and the stress test is working for 20 mins now...

ill go to try your timing suggestion smile.gif.

BTW: tried 3000 Mhz = harware error, next 3066 Mhz not booting so i think its close to the limit i can achieve...

Also tried 2900 Mhz with the 100mhz setting and it is working but the strange thing is that the core temp difference is more than 20 degrees in the maximum... now with the 2800 setting are the differences max 6 degrees!

ill let you know about the next test smile.gif.

edit: and the max temp is 63 C

20C difference?! I wonder what's doing that?

Sounds like you're dialing it in. You'll be lost for a hobby once you've solved this.
Edited by Beagle Box - 4/21/17 at 1:40pm
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20C difference?! I wonder what's doing that?

Sounds like you're dialing it in. You'll be lost for a hobby once you've solved this.

what you mean by dialing it in?

and no i will be not gone, even i was not activelly respondng to threads (as im a beginner in most of the toppics here) im reading it activelly smile.gif , next also want to upgrade to X299 and play with it lil smile.gif

20 degrees is a LOT! but have no clue how the ram can affect the core temp and the this huge difference....

im now testing the RAM settingsyou suggested and also lowered the Coe voltage back to 1,40 v and also the SA to 1,25 and IO to 1,15... It looks stable but i will keep it the night on to see if it crashes...

and the temp falls down to 56 degrees hottest core, so let see in the morning. wheee.gif

Ill let you know smile.gif
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what you mean by dialing it in?

and no i will be not gone, even i was not activelly respondng to threads (as im a beginner in most of the toppics here) im reading it activelly smile.gif , next also want to upgrade to X299 and play with it lil smile.gif

20 degrees is a LOT! but have no clue how the ram can affect the core temp and the this huge difference....

im now testing the RAM settingsyou suggested and also lowered the Coe voltage back to 1,40 v and also the SA to 1,25 and IO to 1,15... It looks stable but i will keep it the night on to see if it crashes...

and the temp falls down to 56 degrees hottest core, so let see in the morning. wheee.gif

Ill let you know smile.gif

"Dialing it in" means you are making incrementally smaller changes that are getting you progressively closer to your best outcome.

By needing a new hobby, I meant you'll have to find another project to work on - exactly like playing with x299.

It's all looking very good. Good luck with testing..
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"Dialing it in" means you are making incrementally smaller changes that are getting you progressively closer to your best outcome.

By needing a new hobby, I meant you'll have to find another project to work on - exactly like playing with x299.

It's all looking very good. Good luck with testing..



so first test is done... Aida 64 stress test worked 9h so its could be stable... Now im testing it on Real Bench 2.44, 5/10 rounds and it looks fine...

The core temps where during the aida test as following: 59/57/51/53 C

next test will be Mafia 3 or GTA 5 to see if it crashes .... if not i would like try 4,7 GHZ just to see the voltage and also the temps.

also i would like to know why i cant acheve higher OC on mem, maybee its the mobo, maybee bad luck at the memory? IDK, if somone has the answers let me know smile.gif


Thank you and ill let you know smile.gif
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Guess my new Skylake CPU biggrinsmiley.gif


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so first test is done... Aida 64 stress test worked 9h so its could be stable... Now im testing it on Real Bench 2.44, 5/10 rounds and it looks fine...

The core temps where during the aida test as following: 59/57/51/53 C

next test will be Mafia 3 or GTA 5 to see if it crashes .... if not i would like try 4,7 GHZ just to see the voltage and also the temps.

also i would like to know why i cant acheve higher OC on mem, maybee its the mobo, maybee bad luck at the memory? IDK, if somone has the answers let me know smile.gif


Thank you and ill let you know smile.gif


Don't stress too much about your memory speed. Running higher speeds will require looser timings, which really won't give you much more in overall performance, but might be less stable.

I think you've pretty well optimized your machine. Good job! thumb.gif
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