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Please I need assistance with getting this ram to run @ rated speed please (4 x 8GB DDR4 3200 )

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Trying to make a long story short here... I've been using a 4x4GB set of 2400MHz ADATA ram @ DDR3200 speeds for ever and not 1 issue.. Was great ram. Bought this set ( http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231942 ) and was hoping since its rated @ 3200speeds this should be an easy swap for a 32gb set. WELL NO!!!!

Before i shut down pc while still using old ram, i went into BIOS and adjusted timings for this new set so it would boot. Saved settings, and shut off PC. Removed old ram (Which is still good) and installed my new sticks. Crossed fingers in hopes that it would boot and NOPE!, after I shut it down, asus recovery kicked in, and booted with default settings of course, i got into bios and adjusted everything again, and same issue, NO BOOT.. Did this several times, then decided to change mem dividers doiwn to stock 2133MHz, and she booted! slowly worked my way up the ram dividers and anything faster then 2666 she wont boot anymore (thinking that goes to the 133 div) my old sticks LOVED the 3200 divider which was back on the 100 div.... So ive played with every voltage ram wise, and played the divider game and these sticks just wont post with anything over the 2666 divider. I take that back... Ive been able to boot up 3200 but i get instant freeze in windows within about 1-2 minutes...

Here is where i think the issue is and where i need your help. These are dual sided ram modules, old sticks were single sided. Im thinking the mem controller in my CPU needs more SA Voltage but not sure what would be a good place to start. Currently my SA Voltage is on auto and reading 1.160v. If im correct here and this voltage setting needs an adjustment, where do i go with it? Currently my Dram Voltage is set to 1.39v (this ram stock uses 1.35v) just throwing that out there so someone doesnt say adjust your ram voltage!... Thanks guys, i really need your help. Im OK with this ram speed now @ 2666 16/16/16/35 1T... But if I can get back 3200+speed i'd be happy and iim really thinking my issue lies in SA Voltage option here.... Thanks
post #2 of 17
Does your bios have XMP profile? If you enable that it should automatically set your voltages and timings for what the modules are rated for.
post #3 of 17
you might have to bin your modules one by one and insert them according to voltage (highest voltage module next to 24 pin and lowest next to IO ),they should run XMP/3200 @ 1.00 strap/100 div ,as for SA Voltage ,just dial in the voltage manually-try 1.2~1.25v,also 2T
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what is considered "to much" SA Voltage? other words, what is the safe range? Someone told me on another forum that anything over 1.00v for SA Voltage was killing the chip.. not sure i believe that! Thanks for your input sir, much appreciated
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you can try up to 1.35v (I'm pretty sure you don't need that much ) for testing purposes just to rule out the SA ,it won't kill you CPU ,you should have profile pre-sets in memory section if you have Asus board (not sure about Asus X99A tho )...."anything over 1.00v for SA Voltage was killing the chip" <=this made me laugh
EDIT; test your RAM on stock /default CPU settings
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you can try up to 1.35v (I'm pretty sure you don't need that much ) for testing purposes just to rule out the SA ,it won't kill you CPU ,you should have profile pre-sets in memory section if you have Asus board (not sure about Asus X99A tho )...."anything over 1.00v for SA Voltage was killing the chip" <=this made me laugh

what do you mean by profiles in mem section? Dont think ive seen that in my bios....
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can you provide link for your MB manual ?
    
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sure hold on... THANK YOU FOR ALL YOUR HELP SO FAR
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You have an EZ XMP switch on that mobo. Turn it on and your memory should work at 3200, assuming your memory isn't bad. Unless you have tried that all ready.

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