Originally Posted by savagebunny
It's 2017 bic boi, all flavours are on the table
Just crazy how the manufactures out-spec the chips from there original intent speeds/timings.
They can be easily run out of spec given the Voltage and/or by programming the timings to relaxed states. Some just can't though. Micron chips for example hates Voltages past 1.35 but accepts timings down to CAS 10 @ 2666.
Originally Posted by Keith Myers
That is what I suspect happens on my Prime motherboard. It just would not work on Auto. I tried the manual settings for VDDR and nothing worked other than Auto or Manual 1.35V. It wasn't until I took VTT DDR off Auto and input 0.650 in Manual did I get 3200 to POST. I have since put it to the proper 0.675V per *Chew's information. Still good at 3200 CL16. I'm happy.
I don't use Auto Voltage for that matter.
But hey, this platform seems to really undervolt when left to Auto anyway (at least that's what it show on software). Prime example is VSOC. Leave that to Auto and you will get like, 0.8V