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Faulty stick?

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Anyone else experience this?
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So it's running perfectly stable at xmp settings which is 3000mhz 16-18-18 38 2T. Vccsa at default volts and dram at default xmp volts of 1.35v.

I've tested mode 3 versus mode 1 and can conclude mode 3 is faster. Also mode 1 shoots up the VCCIO volts to like 1.23 in the red. Mode 3 sees none of the voltages being insanely high

Where I'm at now is trying to squeeze some more performance out of these sticks ... Am able to run 15-17-17-36 1T at 3000mhz but dram voltage at 1.4v. it crashes after 30min of aida64 with hardware failure. Now trying to play with vccsa until I find a sweet spot ... It's a tedious process as just going up in voltage doesn't necessarily mean stability. Am also testing with going down in volts ... This is taking a while

below at xmp

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edit XMP at stock 1.35V, VCCSA VCCIO untouched at auto ... but changed timings to 1T... Aida run for an hour and stable.

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updates man how is the RGB treating you still?
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updates man how is the RGB treating you still?

Hey smile.gif ... Still awesome. No issues. Running xmp spec with tighter timings on both primary and secondary timings ... No bsods nothing . Running the memory at 1T
post #434 of 484
Hey Guys,


- I've got some F4-4000C18D-16GTZR paired with GA-Z270X-Gaming SOC.

- The RAM fails to boot with XMP profile.

- I am trying to return the RAM but the store says the motherboard does not support RAM speeds above 2400Mhz.

- From this document RAM with XMP speeds all the way up to 4000Mhz is supported right?

http://download.gigabyte.asia/FileList/Memory/mb_memory_ga-z270x-gaming-soc.pdf




Its pretty clear the RAM is supported for this motherboard?
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This is the response from the store:

"XMP is the Intel presets to get the most out of ram without overclocking. Your motherboard supports upto 2400 XMP. The RAM you bought has a stable clock rate of 4000 meaning you can run it at 4000 but that is overclocking so there are no XMP presets for it.

If you look here are the technical specifications on the Gigabyte website you can see the supported speeds of the motherboard, anything with (O.C.) after it is overclocking and not supported by XMP."


"That document states it supports XMP at its native 2133 listed in the last column of the table. It should also work at 2400 but it will not work at 4000."



I'm screwed. They're 100% wrong.
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Gigabyte had the exact same response as mine. Umart keep telling me I'm wrong....
post #437 of 484
You got some shady store there biggrin.gif Be self-confident and know that you are right, because you are. But the thing is, that with ram speeds like that you usually have to tweak the settings to get it to work, it just doesn't work out of the box usually (or thats the impression i've got from this thing). Have you tried to tweak the voltages?
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Gigabyte had the exact same response as mine. Umart keep telling me I'm wrong....

Maybe contact G.Skill instead and get them to communicate with the store?

Seems to me like the store is trying to pull a fast one.

But like Moo mentioned its worth trying to tweak some voltages and timings to see if you can get it running by yourself first. Granted you know what you're doing of course.
post #439 of 484
Tried manual inputting setting for the 4000/3866 speeds. No Boot. Added more DRAM, VCCSA and VCCIO voltage. No boot.

Tried 3600 settings. Works OK with tighter timings. Multiplier is 36. Block is 100. Final speed is 3200. Don't know what happened here???? Seems to perform OK. 46500MB on Aida64 Memory Read.

Not really sure what to do with the RAM.
Edited by 0ppositeLock - 4/26/17 at 6:49pm
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Have you tried increasing cpu volts?
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