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Hello

I see that some manage to have at 3400mhz ram in strap 100
I tried with the Platinum 3733 C17
ram in 3400, all the timings AUTO and VDRAM to 1.37v, but without success, to boot I return to the bios

IMC ? RAM ?
If anyone has any ideas

Thanks
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post #2692 of 7219
Quote:
Originally Posted by tistou77 View Post

Hello

I see that some manage to have at 3400mhz ram in strap 100
I tried with the Platinum 3733 C17
ram in 3400, all the timings AUTO and VDRAM to 1.37v, but without success, to boot I return to the bios

IMC ? RAM ?
If anyone has any ideas

Thanks


Mixture of your ability to dial in stability, and the fact it's not a kit certified for the platform
post #2693 of 7219
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Originally Posted by Silent Scone View Post

Mixture of your ability to dial in stability, and the fact it's not a kit certified for the platform
Ok thanks, I will stay at 3200
Edited by tistou77 - 9/4/16 at 3:09am
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post #2694 of 7219
so there was a BIOS update for my motherboard, so back to scratch to find my OC.

So far ive managed to get the Core stable at 0.015mv less then previous, Uncore still refuses to boot higher than 37, but its stable at same voltage of 1.325.

Also managed to get the memory to run at XMP settings without using the profile as the profile would bang +380mv through SA.
post #2695 of 7219
I test a bit the OC with RealBench 2.44 and AIDA64, to
4300 (AVX 4100): 1.25v
Cache 3700: 1.29
RAM: 14-16-16-30 3200 1T
Its good

But in 4400 (AVX 4100), that directly freeze with RealBench 2.44 and AIDA64 (even benchmark of RB, test H.264)
I increased the Vcore of 0.06v and Vcache of 0.03v, or even fallen Cache at 3500, but still the same
Another voltage that blocks ? Vcache ?

Thanks
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post #2696 of 7219
Quote:
Originally Posted by tistou77 View Post

I test a bit the OC with RealBench 2.44 and AIDA64, to
4300 (AVX 4100): 1.25v
Cache 3700: 1.29
RAM: 14-16-16-30 3200 1T
Its good

But in 4400 (AVX 4100), that directly freeze with RealBench 2.44 and AIDA64 (even benchmark of RB, test H.264)
I increased the Vcore of 0.06v and Vcache of 0.03v, or even fallen Cache at 3500, but still the same
Another voltage that blocks ? Vcache ?

Thanks

According to your rig description you're running a 5930K. You do realize this is a thread for Broadwell -E, not Haswell-E? Very different animals to OC.
post #2697 of 7219
I test a 6900K with R5E10 (no AVX frequency with 5930K) tongue.gif

It seems that this is the Vcache
In h24, I can go up to how much ?
Nothing serious if Vcache exceeds the Vcore ?

Thanks for your help
Edited by tistou77 - 9/4/16 at 8:22am
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post #2698 of 7219
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Originally Posted by tistou77 View Post

I test a 6900K with R5E10 (no AVX frequency with 5930K) tongue.gif

It seems that this is the Vcache
In h24, I can go up to how much ?
Nothing serious if Vcache exceeds the Vcore ?

Thanks for your help

Good, we have the same CPU smile.gif. Max cache speed will be ~ 3800 but you'll probably need > 1.33 vcache, so you're in the right place. vcache and vcore are independent AFAIK. Have fun! thumb.gif
post #2699 of 7219
Quote:
Originally Posted by tistou77 View Post

I test a 6900K with R5E10 (no AVX frequency with 5930K) tongue.gif

It seems that this is the Vcache
In h24, I can go up to how much ?
Nothing serious if Vcache exceeds the Vcore ?

Thanks for your help

In fact, it's the Vcore ...
At 4300, must 1.25v and 4400 must be at least 1.37v doh.gif
I'll stay at 4300 I think
Quote:
Originally Posted by djgar View Post

Good, we have the same CPU smile.gif. Max cache speed will be ~ 3800 but you'll probably need > 1.33 vcache, so you're in the right place. vcache and vcore are independent AFAIK. Have fun! thumb.gif

cheers.gif

For 3700, I need 1.296v (ram 3200 14-16-16-30 1T), I will try at 3800

You have what frequency for Cores and Cache (and voltages) ?
Edited by tistou77 - 9/4/16 at 10:10am
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post #2700 of 7219
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Originally Posted by tistou77 View Post

In fact, it's the Vcore ...
At 4300, must 1.25v and 4400 must be at least 1.37v doh.gif
I'll stay at 4300 I think
cheers.gif

For 3700, I need 1.296v (ram 3200 14-16-16-30 1T), I will try at 3800

You have what frequency for Cores and Cache (and voltages) ?

In my sig smile.gif
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