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Originally Posted by Raghar View Post


Folks do you have any idea why 12V voltage is like that? Multimeter says 12.06V. I ran Furmark when I made that screenshot.

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Originally Posted by marik123 View Post

Do any of you guys have a success chance of running DDR4 4000? I bought the Gskill 16gb (2x8gb) DDR4-3200 RAM with CL14, (has the samsung chip in it), got it all the way up to 3733mhz 16-16-16-36 2T @ 1.35v stock voltage and auto on VCCIO (1v in bios) /VCCSA (1.05v in bios). I tried up the VCCIO to 1.25v and VSSA to 1.3v with 3866mhz 17-17-17-38 / 18-18-18-39 @ 1.4v RAM, the system will boot sometimes, memtest86 100% stable, but crash in windows Any suggestion guys? redface.gif
kinda demoinsttrates the uselessness of memtest86+. use HCi memtest to test ram stability, or if you want to avoid corrupting the OS, use google stressapptest in linux mint.
not sure how to get 4000 on your giga board (you may need to set 4 3rd timings to the same value as cas if that is a 4 dimm board..
http://forum.hwbot.org/showthread.php?t=148427

check the OP in this thread: http://www.overclock.net/t/1569364/official-skylake-haswell-e-broadwell-e-24-7-ddr4-memory-stability-thread/2920_20#post_25576138
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Originally Posted by Enochen View Post

I set the vCore in the bios in Override mode, it only drops under load for some reason.
that's vdroop.
Edited by Jpmboy - 10/11/16 at 12:47pm
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that's vdroop.

Oh, so is that also why the clock speed decreases with the voltage?
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Originally Posted by Enochen View Post

I set the vCore in the bios in Override mode, it only drops under load for some reason.
Ok I see smile.gif
But since 1.328 your vcore at load, then 1.328 is the important number you should take note of (like a target vcore in windows)
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Oh, so is that also why the clock speed decreases with the voltage?

nope - you need to increase the power limitations in bios.
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So is this more of a CPU problem or more of a motherboard problem?

Could really be either. Typically ASUS has been known for optimizing their traces better on the MB to allow the RAM to clock higher more reliably. So I suppose it could be a limitation of my Extreme 7+ board. I am putting another 6700K in soon, so Ill be able to test whether it was the CPU or the MB soon.
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nope - you need to increase the power limitations in bios.
How do I do that?

I changed some settings, now it goes between 1.370 to 1.390 (reaching the max very rarely).
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How do I do that?

I changed some settings, now it goes between 1.370 to 1.390 (reaching the max very rarely).

pg 55 in your manual. Best to find an MSI forum and get settings there.
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sharing with you guy's, where I'm at thumb.gif

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Originally Posted by EniGma1987 View Post

Could really be either. Typically ASUS has been known for optimizing their traces better on the MB to allow the RAM to clock higher more reliably. So I suppose it could be a limitation of my Extreme 7+ board. I am putting another 6700K in soon, so Ill be able to test whether it was the CPU or the MB soon.

Thanks and let me know with an update. thumb.gif

I'm still trying to test out to see if my RAM is the problem or the motherboard/CPU. My system will run 100% stable with ram set to 3600mhz @ 1.35v 15-15-15-35 2T. 3733mhz CL16 is still being test to ensure stability. I looked at the review before purchasing this board. According to tweaktown, this board I have can do 3733mhz RAM without any problems at all. The other possbility is maybe if I try to set my CPU back to 4Ghz stock, and then try to run RAM at 3866mhz to make sure the CPU is not holding me back. If it's true, then I guess 3600/3733 is probably the best I can do. I'm still happy with the result of getting 15-20% improvement over my old 4790k @ 4.8ghz 1.328v delid / 16GB DDR3 2666 11-13-13-35 1T 1.665v setup. tongue.gif

http://www.tweaktown.com/reviews/7827/gigabyte-z170x-ultra-gaming-motherboard-review/index7.html
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Sold my 6700k for future kabylake. Got a i3-6100. This is what It gave me:



It's 1hrs prime95 stable so far. Picture in album.

The inbuilt bios flash utility would not flash the non-k oc bios from http://overclocking.guide/, so used the bios flash back feature

with usb stick and press flash button i/o shield.
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