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- "smoke 'em if you got 'em".

I've been running 1.425V for most of the time the chip has been available to us consumers.

Coming up for air ... this Strix rocks but as it appeared earlier my Ripjaws 5 3200Q14 finally really bit it. I could get them stable ~3328 but nothing anywhere near 3400. Now running my old Ripjaws 4 3400Q16 @ 16-17-17 . Fortunately looks like Newegg got some Trident 3200Q14s in, just placed my order.

I'm back on adaptive again and running 4600 / 3800 but needing 1.4 vcore. What amazed me was that I was getting Aida R/W/C benchmarks in the 83Ks @ DDR4-3328 14-15-14 where in mt X99-A I could only get high78Ks reads and 79s copy @ 3400 14-15-14! Did the same improvements apply to the X99 series II boards, figuring it's some BW-E particular circuit enhancement?

I hope those Tridents come from NJ, not CA. I need a nap ... thumb.gif
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No prob here with 3333 and Rampage Tweak...


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I'll grab some now, wife dragged me shopping... rolleyes.gif

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And just for reference, I ran an second x265 benchmark, nearly the same result as the last one:

lookin good. Just fine tune voltages at this point... as you are doing

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Just a followup, I increase the VCCSA from +0.110v to +0.120v.
This is what I got from that run:

x265 did it's job... add in other tests. As SCone said, x265 is the last thing to use if fine tuning since it is finicky (and peculiar at times). It is a good "coarse" dial tho. Also , the RB benchmark is pretty good at helping with finding a performance sweetspot.
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Coming up for air ... this Strix rocks but as it appeared earlier my Ripjaws 5 3200Q14 finally really bit it. I could get them stable ~3328 but nothing anywhere near 3400. Now running my old Ripjaws 4 3400Q16 @ 16-17-17 . Fortunately looks like Newegg got some Trident 3200Q14s in, just placed my order.

I'm back on adaptive again and running 4600 / 3800 but needing 1.4 vcore. What amazed me was that I was getting Aida R/W/C benchmarks in the 83Ks @ DDR4-3328 14-15-14 where in mt X99-A I could only get high78Ks reads and 79s copy @ 3400 14-15-14! Did the same improvements apply to the X99 series II boards, figuring it's some BW-E particular circuit enhancement?

I hope those Tridents come from NJ, not CA. I need a nap ... thumb.gif
Yeah, the Strix is optimized for BWE, so the improvements are there to be had. The RJ5 3200c14... how are they dead? Completely fail to train or are not even showing up? Seems like the Strix is doin' ya well?
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lookin good. Just fine tune voltages at this point... as you are doing
x265 did it's job... add in other tests. As SCone said, x265 is the last thing to use if fine tuning since it is finicky (and peculiar at times). It is a good "coarse" dial tho. Also , the RB benchmark is pretty good at helping with finding a performance sweetspot.
Yeah, the Strix is optimized for BWE, so the improvements are there to be had. The RJ5 3200c14... how are they dead? Completely fail to train or are not even showing up? Seems like the Strix is doin' ya well?

They all show but the performance is drastically reduced with occasional freezing even at reduced OC clock. I actually checked each dimm on A1 and all GSAT OK for the first two spikes (no patience for more rolleyes.gif) then took one stick and checked each MB connector same way and they all checked. It did appear I had to increase the vcache some more than before, nothing extravagant. But some time later I started getting freezes and weird bluescreens @ 3400. I tuned town to 3328 and OK. Then that started to go.

Anyway, I've been wanting to get the 32GB TZ 3200C14Qs as my Ripjaws showed some lacking (e.g. couldn't get 14-14-14 even at stock and had to use 14-15-14) but nobody seemed to have the TZs except Amazon UK (with a 2-4 week wait). Last night I checked again and Newegg had them! So now it's packaging thumb.gif
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They all show but the performance is drastically reduced with occasional freezing even at reduced OC clock. I actually checked each dimm on A1 and all GSAT OK for the first two spikes (no patience for more rolleyes.gif) then took one stick and checked each MB connector same way and they all checked. It did appear I had to increase the vcache some more than before, nothing extravagant. But some time later I started getting freezes and weird bluescreens @ 3400. I tuned town to 3328 and OK. Then that started to go.

Anyway, I've been wanting to get the 32GB TZ 3200C14Qs as my Ripjaws showed some lacking (e.g. couldn't get 14-14-14 even at stock and had to use 14-15-14) but nobody seemed to have the TZs except Amazon UK (with a 2-4 week wait). Last night I checked again and Newegg had them! So now it's packaging thumb.gif

Slot B1 for binning with X99 bro.
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Slot B1 for binning with X99 bro.

Not binning, just testing smile.gif
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Originally Posted by djgar View Post

They all show but the performance is drastically reduced with occasional freezing even at reduced OC clock. I actually checked each dimm on A1 and all GSAT OK for the first two spikes (no patience for more rolleyes.gif) then took one stick and checked each MB connector same way and they all checked. It did appear I had to increase the vcache some more than before, nothing extravagant. But some time later I started getting freezes and weird bluescreens @ 3400. I tuned town to 3328 and OK. Then that started to go.

Anyway, I've been wanting to get the 32GB TZ 3200C14Qs as my Ripjaws showed some lacking (e.g. couldn't get 14-14-14 even at stock and had to use 14-15-14) but nobody seemed to have the TZs except Amazon UK (with a 2-4 week wait). Last night I checked again and Newegg had them! So now it's packaging thumb.gif

may the silicon gods be with you... smile.gif
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Slot B1 for binning with X99 bro.

Hello

This also need testing as the strongest channels are dependent on board layout.
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Hello

This also need testing as the strongest channels are dependent on board layout.

Indeed - I tested all 4 in use (A1, B1, C1 & D1) on the X99-A, all good with same stick.
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may the silicon gods be with you... smile.gif

Thanks, Bro! Just got my FedEx notice, unfortunately from CA. Oh well! At least it's 3-day business, not ground thumb.gif

I did a preliminary RealBench stress with the temporary DIMMs and got a WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR after 32 minutes. Is that usually from vcore or memory error?

At 4.6GHz @ 1.4v my temps are climbing but still not too bad - 76c highest after 32 mins and seemed to have stabilized, that core normally high 60s to low 70s.
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