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I need to test further, but it appears some tweaking will be required to get processor overclock while running ram at 3200 speeds. I haven't had time to mess around much, but when I set the cpu to know good overclock settings when ram is at 3200, it no longer posts. If I set the CPU back to auto settings, it posts fine. If I set memory back to 2400 the CPU overclock settings work again.
post #632 of 1122
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it worked fine for me at first, but once i selected my ram, and speed was set i was no longer able to boot back into bios.

yes clear cmos works to fix issue. as for now i will stay like this till something new is released.

Same issue. That feature seems not quite ready for prime time, but as always YMMV...
post #633 of 1122
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I need to test further, but it appears some tweaking will be required to get processor overclock while running ram at 3200 speeds. I haven't had time to mess around much, but when I set the cpu to know good overclock settings when ram is at 3200, it no longer posts. If I set the CPU back to auto settings, it posts fine. If I set memory back to 2400 the CPU overclock settings work again.

I couldn't get 3200 quite stable with my oc, so I went back to 2933 for the time being. It was close but would fail during AIDA stress testing. It might just require a little more tweaking with voltages or LLC settings, but since 2933 works fine with defaults I'll just stick with it. I am not too fond of having to tweak too much when still dealing with a Beta BIOS as behaviors are just too likely to change with future updates.

Otherwise, 1.45 seems stable and offers at least modest improvements.
post #634 of 1122
It may be helpful once you find stable memory settings to disable the feature that detects new ram .
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It may be helpful once you find stable memory settings to disable the feature that detects new ram .

I wish that was better documented. I assumed it only mattered if you made a physical change and all it did was a quick verification of what it installed versus what it last logged.
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It may be helpful once you find stable memory settings to disable the feature that detects new ram .

I wish that was better documented. I assumed it only mattered if you made a physical change and all it did was a quick verification of what it installed versus what it last logged.
Older msi boards had features like that ( set max fsb) and they would often change settings in subsequent restarts if things like CL were left in auto. I have no idea if this instance of my past experience is relevant to present platform however.
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post #637 of 1122
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So again, you had unrealistic expectations ( another example is 2400/2666 on Sandy bridge. Feel free to try it. ) just because your memory can run that speed, you need your motherboard and your chip to be able to as well. Just because you bought it, does not mean anything. Thay would be like saying well I bought the engine that can do 10krpm. So i can now do 10k rpm all day long no. You need an adequate cooling system, transmission, chassis...... ect

That said, again some are ruining 2x16gb And others 4x8 at 3200 so I, still don't see the problem. Do you have miss match kits ? Ie do you have more then 1
We would need more info but I gave seen several motherboards not boot due to too much pressure from the heat sink

"unrealistic expectations" That is simply a crock of you know what. If a design job is done properly you do not have to buy another cpu 2 years later to corrrect what should have been done right in the first place.It is not wishful thinking to expect an IMC to be designed to handle 4dimms at ddr 4 rates of 3200mhz. There is a competitor to AMD who does things like that. I will not accept with a smile inferior engineering. I want AMD to succeed and I will give them a chance to improve this issue but can your annoying b.s' about "unrealistic expectations". There is absolutely nothing unrealistic about them.It is a question of engineering science, not going through a black hole at speeds greater than light.
post #638 of 1122
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So again, you had unrealistic expectations ( another example is 2400/2666 on Sandy bridge. Feel free to try it. ) just because your memory can run that speed, you need your motherboard and your chip to be able to as well. Just because you bought it, does not mean anything. Thay would be like saying well I bought the engine that can do 10krpm. So i can now do 10k rpm all day long no. You need an adequate cooling system, transmission, chassis...... ect

That said, again some are ruining 2x16gb And others 4x8 at 3200 so I, still don't see the problem. Do you have miss match kits ? Ie do you have more then 1
We would need more info but I gave seen several motherboards not boot due to too much pressure from the heat sink

You stated some are running four 8GB dimms at 3200mhz. I challenge you on that. I have heard of not one case of such a configuration running above 2400mhz. Unless their is a newer rbios than 1.30 for the Titanium. Or a new bios for Crosshair VI that allows it. If for some reason you are right about this, than I have every reason to believe I will run my single rank Samsung B-die dimms at 3200 also.
post #639 of 1122
it would be helpful if more owners of this board wrote MSI directly and requested they add P-state overclocking to the BIOS. A quick and dirty overclock on all 8 cores is fine, but it would be very helpful to have P-state overclocking so we can preserve the benefit of XFR, and still raise the base frequencies. ie raise base clocks on all 8 cores to say 3.8 or 3.9 or even 4, and keeping the xfr boost operational, also would be helpful in regards to power consumption and heat generation over time to preserve the thermal features instead of cooking the processor long term.
post #640 of 1122
They also need to correct the temperature display on the motherboard LED, it shows the offset instead of true temperature of the cpu die. ( x models with xfr boost)
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