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Originally Posted by sygnus21 View Post

Yeah sorry but I can't do it right now as it's more work then I care to deal with right now since I also have to dig the PC out from it's cubby hole. I'm also expecting company so working on a PC tonight or this weekend is not in the cards. I could try it but it'll have to be next week.

Sorry.

That's ok just let me know when please.
Edited by cowbawx - 7/16/16 at 5:51pm
post #962 of 1677
hey I found this link... no real solution, but this def describes my problem:

http://arstechnica.com/civis//viewtopic.php?f=8&t=1314643
post #963 of 1677
This machine has been together since the board came out but after seeing some photos I thought i would share mine. Specs are in sig under Cloud 9.


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post #964 of 1677
guys. I really need some advice from this community here...

I have a mobo that I wanted to do crossfire. However, my PCI E slots now at slot no.1 & no.4....

My card are RX 480 (dual slot )... anybody doing crossfire with Z170M-D3H ?
Edited by cscheat - 7/17/16 at 7:51am
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post #965 of 1677
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Originally Posted by cowbawx View Post

That's ok just let me know when please.

OK, so I ran the test you wanted. BTW I have my RAM set manually. Here's the particulars...

1- Didn't have to remove dedicated GPU; just disconnected the DisplayPort cable from it and plugged it into the MB DisplayPort to use the intel HD530 graphics. ATI card NOT used.

2- BIOS - Internal Graphics: Enabled; Internal Display Output: IGFX.

3- BIOS - Go to Advanced Memory settings, Disable XMP. Go to Memory Timing Mode, set to Advance Manual. Under both Channels A & B, under Channel A (B) Standard Timing manually input your timings (CAS, tRCD, tRD, tRAS). Go to Advanced Voltage Control, DRAM Voltage, and manually input the voltage (keep it below 1.35. Mine is set to 1.340). The numbers can be gained from CPUZ under the SPD tab, the last set of numbers under XMP....



This shows the Intel Graphic info as well as my memory running at 3333MHz (which is what XMP would set it at)....



Here's a benchmark I ran....



Anyway with this configuration I had no display issues, even when I ran the benchmark.

That said, I did experience the issue you saw with XMP enabled, but disabling it (which set the RAM back to 2133MHz) got rid of the issue. I suspect, the Z170 boards does some crazy things to the integrated graphics on the CPU when enabled; more than likely voltage changes. Manually setting the RAM eliminated this. My guess, no proof.

Hope this helps.

Let me know.
post #966 of 1677
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Originally Posted by sygnus21 View Post

OK, so I ran the test you wanted. BTW I have my RAM set manually. Here's the particulars...

1- Didn't have to remove dedicated GPU; just disconnected the DisplayPort cable from it and plugged it into the MB DisplayPort to use the intel HD530 graphics. ATI card NOT used.

2- BIOS - Internal Graphics: Enabled; Internal Display Output: IGFX.

3- BIOS - Go to Advanced Memory settings, Disable XMP. Go to Memory Timing Mode, set to Advance Manual. Under both Channels A & B, under Channel A (B) Standard Timing manually input your timings (CAS, tRCD, tRD, tRAS). Go to Advanced Voltage Control, DRAM Voltage, and manually input the voltage (keep it below 1.35. Mine is set to 1.340). The numbers can be gained from CPUZ under the SPD tab, the last set of numbers under XMP....



This shows the Intel Graphic info as well as my memory running at 3333MHz (which is what XMP would set it at)....



Here's a benchmark I ran....



Anyway with this configuration I had no display issues, even when I ran the benchmark.

That said, I did experience the issue you saw with XMP enabled, but disabling it (which set the RAM back to 2133MHz) got rid of the issue. I suspect, the Z170 boards does some crazy things to the integrated graphics on the CPU when enabled; more than likely voltage changes. Manually setting the RAM eliminated this. My guess, no proof.

Hope this helps.

Let me know.
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Thank you! I'm using the HDMI out, but will try what you suggest and let you know. I really appreciate it. If it doesn't work, I already ordered g skill ddr4 ram and hope that it's just the corsair that is causing this.... I'll keep you posted and again really appreciate you taking the time to assist me, when gigabyte couldn't!
post #967 of 1677
Quote:
Originally Posted by sygnus21 View Post

OK, so I ran the test you wanted. BTW I have my RAM set manually. Here's the particulars...

1- Didn't have to remove dedicated GPU; just disconnected the DisplayPort cable from it and plugged it into the MB DisplayPort to use the intel HD530 graphics. ATI card NOT used.

2- BIOS - Internal Graphics: Enabled; Internal Display Output: IGFX.

3- BIOS - Go to Advanced Memory settings, Disable XMP. Go to Memory Timing Mode, set to Advance Manual. Under both Channels A & B, under Channel A (B) Standard Timing manually input your timings (CAS, tRCD, tRD, tRAS). Go to Advanced Voltage Control, DRAM Voltage, and manually input the voltage (keep it below 1.35. Mine is set to 1.340). The numbers can be gained from CPUZ under the SPD tab, the last set of numbers under XMP....



This shows the Intel Graphic info as well as my memory running at 3333MHz (which is what XMP would set it at)....



Here's a benchmark I ran....



Anyway with this configuration I had no display issues, even when I ran the benchmark.

That said, I did experience the issue you saw with XMP enabled, but disabling it (which set the RAM back to 2133MHz) got rid of the issue. I suspect, the Z170 boards does some crazy things to the integrated graphics on the CPU when enabled; more than likely voltage changes. Manually setting the RAM eliminated this. My guess, no proof.

Hope this helps.

Let me know.
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Thank you! I'm using the HDMI out, but will try what you suggest and let you know. I really appreciate it. If it doesn't work, I already ordered g skill ddr4 ram and hope that it's just the corsair that is causing this.... I'll keep you posted and again really appreciate you taking the time to assist me
Quote:
Originally Posted by sygnus21 View Post

OK, so I ran the test you wanted. BTW I have my RAM set manually. Here's the particulars...

1- Didn't have to remove dedicated GPU; just disconnected the DisplayPort cable from it and plugged it into the MB DisplayPort to use the intel HD530 graphics. ATI card NOT used.

2- BIOS - Internal Graphics: Enabled; Internal Display Output: IGFX.

3- BIOS - Go to Advanced Memory settings, Disable XMP. Go to Memory Timing Mode, set to Advance Manual. Under both Channels A & B, under Channel A (B) Standard Timing manually input your timings (CAS, tRCD, tRD, tRAS). Go to Advanced Voltage Control, DRAM Voltage, and manually input the voltage (keep it below 1.35. Mine is set to 1.340). The numbers can be gained from CPUZ under the SPD tab, the last set of numbers under XMP....



This shows the Intel Graphic info as well as my memory running at 3333MHz (which is what XMP would set it at)....



Here's a benchmark I ran....



Anyway with this configuration I had no display issues, even when I ran the benchmark.

That said, I did experience the issue you saw with XMP enabled, but disabling it (which set the RAM back to 2133MHz) got rid of the issue. I suspect, the Z170 boards does some crazy things to the integrated graphics on the CPU when enabled; more than likely voltage changes. Manually setting the RAM eliminated this. My guess, no proof.

Hope this helps.

Let me know.
I have RAM in slots #2 and #4 - is that proper?
post #968 of 1677
I attempted to perform the settings you specified above, however I noted you left the clock speed out, I am assuming you knew that I was going to change that? Well, if I leave it out it is still 2133 MHz, which works fine. But if I increase the multiplier to 3200MHz I can reproduce the graphics issue I have. I am still going to replace the RAM but any other suggestions? I appreciate your help!
post #969 of 1677
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Originally Posted by cowbawx View Post

I attempted to perform the settings you specified above, however I noted you left the clock speed out, I am assuming you knew that I was going to change that? Well, if I leave it out it is still 2133 MHz, which works fine. But if I increase the multiplier to 3200MHz I can reproduce the graphics issue I have. I am still going to replace the RAM but any other suggestions? I appreciate your help!

Yes, also manually input the clock speed since you're disabling XMP... unless the clock speed defaults to the same speed as the RAM (which in the case wouldn't require XMP). In short, if the memory is already 2133MHz, there's really no need to use XMP as the memory is already running at the default speed of 2133. In this case you would be using XMP for nothing.

BTW post a CPU-Z screen shot showing the memory info - Memory tab, and I'll tell you what you need.
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Originally Posted by cowbawx View Post

Thank you! I'm using the HDMI out, but will try what you suggest and let you know. I really appreciate it. If it doesn't work, I already ordered g skill ddr4 ram and hope that it's just the corsair that is causing this.... I'll keep you posted and again really appreciate you taking the time to assist me, when gigabyte couldn't!

I'll say this again..... It's NOT "Corsair" RAM that's causing your issues or I would have issues too, and my RAM speed is higher than yours. Sure, the RAM modules themselves could be bad, but it's not a "Corsair" compatibility issue. I would highly suggest you read what I wrote in setting up your RAM and going from there.... even with the HDMI cable. If it fails, OK, you have new RAM coming, if not, cancel the RAM. And again, that Gigabyte QVL list if for reference, not the end all be all.

My two cents.
post #970 of 1677
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Originally Posted by sygnus21 View Post

Yes, also manually input the clock speed since you're disabling XMP... unless the clock speed defaults to the same speed as the RAM (which in the case wouldn't require XMP). In short, if the memory is already 2133MHz, there's really no need to use XMP as the memory is already running at the default speed of 2133. In this case you would be using XMP for nothing.

BTW post a CPU-Z screen shot showing the memory info - Memory tab, and I'll tell you what you need.
I'll say this again..... It's NOT "Corsair" RAM that's causing your issues or I would have issues too, and my RAM speed is higher than yours. Sure, the RAM modules themselves could be bad, but it's not a "Corsair" compatibility issue. I would highly suggest you read what I wrote in setting up your RAM and going from there.... even with the HDMI cable. If it fails, OK, you have new RAM coming, if not, cancel the RAM. And again, that Gigabyte QVL list if for reference, not the end all be all.

My two cents.

I get what you're saying. I set it to 32.00 and it clocks at 3200MHz. I also lowered the voltage to 1.34 - it did not work. I did read on another site that I should set VCCIO and VCCSA to 1.12 (to start, then I guess reduce it until problem appears again)... that actually works. But when I run (an older version) of Prim95 my temps hit like 85. But NO graphics issues! biggrin.gif

I'm still getting the new RAM, it's clocked lower than 3200MHz, but I think it will be better, since I have seen MANY postings about corsair RAM not working correctly on many boards, Gigabyte and Asus included.

I'm going to start reducing the VCCIO/SA voltage until my temps are better and see what happens... unless you have any suggestions? Thank you for your help though! You def led me to the correct path smile.gif
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