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Had some sudden 0d DRAM issues.. Installed my 1080Ti and cleared CMOS in hope that it would fix it... Still I got issues.. mad.gif

My did my CH6 kill my Corsair Vengance LPX ram? Worked great in my Kabylake system I had them in. Suddenly they wont work.

Perfect timing. Just got home 20 min ago to install my new GPU.
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Its worked for me when ive done it. Leave the system plugged in and psu on and hit the reset on the back of the mobo by the USBs.

This fixed it. biggrin.gif
Edited by GreedyMuffin - 3/21/17 at 9:05am
post #5322 of 11731
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Originally Posted by cssorkinman View Post

Yup - I have a little more in the tank as far as memory speed on the Fury, but that's about as hard as I am willing to push the rest of the system for now.

The issue with Fiji is how voltage increase starts affecting scaling.

I spent so long:-

a) trying to get past it with bios mod.
b) benching with different settings.
c) also went through 11 Fiji cards, (1X Tri-X, 2x Nitro, 8x Fury X).

Some what the reasoning for me to do the 250+ Fury X 3DM benches was down to this. Due to the number of cards I also had I had a nice spread of differing LeakageID GPUs to test (ASIC Quality).

Been a while since I compared Fiji to another card, IIRC with Tess.Tweak it gets closer to a 980 Ti in 3DM, but don't believe me wink.gif .

I've kept it, as it is just such a nice "package". The AIO is sweet IMO and complemented by rig setup well. Even after having had it since Mar 16, everytime I see it I like go "Ahhh, nice...". I can't recall as small a length card that has decent performance for my gaming needs and f@h. The amount of hours I've clocked up on my card is obscene.

The AIO piping is resilient as well IMO, I had one card come were it was pretty much folded over. I still ran it for a week before RMA'ing it, many of them I folded on for like 100hrs+ continuous runs.

*** edit ***

Well here's one of ~174hrs straight run on f@h via my Q6600 rig (CPU/mobo had since 2007 biggrin.gif, still rocking it in 2017).



HWiNFO log for run

Now that's what I call stability biggrin.gifbiggrin.gifbiggrin.gif: .
Edited by gupsterg - 3/21/17 at 10:00am
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Quote:
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Originally Posted by cssorkinman View Post

Yup - I have a little more in the tank as far as memory speed on the Fury, but that's about as hard as I am willing to push the rest of the system for now.

The issue with Fiji is how voltage increase starts affecting scaling.

I spent so long:-

a) trying to get past it with bios mod.
b) benching with different settings.
c) also went through 11 Fiji cards, (1X Tri-X, 2x Nitro, 8x Fury X).

Some what the reasoning for me to do the 250+ Fury X 3DM benches was down to this. Due to the number of cards I also had I had a nice spread of differing LeakageID GPUs to test (ASIC Quality).

Been a while since I compared Fiji to another card, IIRC with Tess.Tweak it gets closer to a 980 Ti in 3DM, but don't believe me wink.gif .

I've kept it, as it is just such a nice "package". The AIO is sweet IMO and complemented by rig setup well. Even after having had it since Mar 16, everytime I see it I like go "Ahhh, nice...". I can't recall as small a length card that has decent performance for my gaming needs and f@h. The amount of hours I've clocked up on my card is obscene.

The AIO piping is resilient as well IMO, I had one card come were it was pretty much folded over. I still ran it for a week before RMA'ing it, many of them I folded on for like 100hrs+ continuous runs.

*** edit ***

Well here's one of ~174hrs straight run on f@h via my Q6600 rig (CPU/mobo had since 2007 biggrin.gif, still rocking it in 2017).



Now that's what I call stability biggrin.gifbiggrin.gifbiggrin.gif: .

That is remarkable , for sure. I've got a dozen or so builds that have been running 24/7 for about 7 years now - terrible conditions - industrial environment , amazed that only 1 has failed so far even though the load isn't near what folding would place on them. Too bad corporate security policy forbids them from being used for folding, they could have done a lot of work in half a million hours.
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post #5324 of 11731
thumb.gif , just added HWiNFO log, they are truly amazing cards IMO wink.gif .
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post #5325 of 11731
Well one thing I have learned about this funny system is that Balanced mode really give you lower volts at no real penalty. In performance mode getting that XVR boost to 4.1 across a few cores (not one) really take some efficiency out of it. Lower base volts in balanced mode lower temps as well.

I also get a higher ST score in geekbench and CPU-Z with Balanced mode, same results in Firestrike and slightly lower MT results in cinebench. Really would be ideal to have balanced mode base volts and still be able to get that full XVR boost to 4.1. But the jump between 1.475 and .0800 is likely to much I guess?

If I do a simple overclcock in the EUFI with no volt change, keep it in auto do I still get my base volts in windows?
post #5326 of 11731
I OC in PState 0 for CPU MHz, Offset mode voltage, full down clocking / volting. The higher peaks from say PB/XFR stock setup disappear when I OC.

AFAIK my R7 1700 in stock should do this: 3.0GHz all core frequency (MACF), 3.7GHz single core frequency (MSCF), 3.2GHz maximum all core XFR ceiling (ACXFRC) and 3.75GHz maximum single core XFR ceiling (SCXFRC).

So as the OC is 3.8GHz ACB it should gain me performance over Stock operation with PB/XFR. Yet to bench stuff fully, just been doing "off the cuff" benches, in a day or so I will have fully tested my 3.8GHz OC @ ~1.35V VCORE measured via DMM under load of x264 / Y-Cruncher / f@h.
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That 3800 ram is achieved with a bclk over 140 which means ,at best, pcie in gen 2, data corruption is a risk. Dead drives also a risk. Someone with deeper pockets or a stack of drives already on hand will have to find the bleeding edge.. @chew* got a bclk board yet?

Stack of drives? check

Deep pockets? Not really but I still don't care I will kill stuff for the sake of knowledge.

Bclk board? soon
post #5328 of 11731
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I OC in PState 0 for CPU MHz, Offset mode voltage, full down clocking / volting. The higher peaks from say PB/XFR stock setup disappear when I OC.

AFAIK my R7 1700 in stock should do this: 3.0GHz all core frequency (MACF), 3.7GHz single core frequency (MSCF), 3.2GHz maximum all core XFR ceiling (ACXFRC) and 3.75GHz maximum single core XFR ceiling (SCXFRC).

So as the OC is 3.8GHz ACB it should gain me performance over Stock operation with PB/XFR. Yet to bench stuff fully, just been doing "off the cuff" benches, in a day or so I will have fully tested my 3.8GHz OC @ ~1.35V VCORE measured via DMM under load of x264 / Y-Cruncher / f@h.

quick question;
since I haven't seen my board yet - but from what I do remember;
PState 0 Overclocking is only on the C6H? (or more correctly - Asus)
Edited by drdrache - 3/21/17 at 11:01am
post #5329 of 11731
After my K7 "bricked" last Saturday, today I got an answer from the Gigabyte support. Eventhough @bluej511 helped me out an hour after I opened the ticked, I am still positively surprised by the response time and professionalism in the answer that I got. Especially compared to the Asus support...

Credit where credit is due, I guess: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Quote:
Thank you for emailing GIGABYTE.
We are delighted with your interest in our products.
Please try a full reset:

Switch off power supply and wait 30 s
Remove CMOS battery.
Shortcircuit the contacts in the battery holder for about 2s.
Remove shortcircuit.
Reinstall CMOS battery.
Now shortcircuit Clear CMOS jumper for 10 s.
Remove shortcircuit.
Turn on the PSU switch.
Start system and immediately boot into the bios setup.

Load Optimized Defaults. Check Time and date. Check SATA Mode setting.
If you did set SATA Mode to RAID Mode before you did Clear CMOS, please set SATA Mode back to RAID. Finish bios setup with Save & Exit.

Please return the motherboard to your dealer if the full reset does not resolve the problem.


Kind regards

GIGABYTE-Team Germany
post #5330 of 11731
I have another issue that I notice was brushed aside as normal on Asus forums.

My 1800x system from cold start is booting then shutting down than booting "hard" again real quick, very loud boot sound from PSU. Sometimes it will do that twice. Like boot off boot off, quickly then actually booting.

It's likely the memory resetting every time. Is there a place to shot off memory check?
Edited by h2323 - 3/21/17 at 11:05am
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