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Eh so im in windows now, the OC did not work.

Only things i changed were FID to 98 (3.8) and VID to 30 (1.25) under P state 0 didnt touch anything else. CPU only boosts to 2700 on all cores.

Also the core volts are only going up to 1.056. Do i need to touch anything besides VID and FID in p state O?
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I think your software got it wrong or those were really crappy binned Samsung cause the Gskill 3200 c16 is almost always Hynix. It's the 3200 c14 that are Samsung.

Depends on XMP Programming.

There used to be a time where even users can program RAM kits to whatever Profile they wanna make.
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Cl16 wouldn't boot at 3200, needed to be CL14 with those timings.

Again, board specific. In the olden days or CH6, you needed to start your RAM at 2666 > then > 2933 to get them to pass training and work your way up the BCLK for 3200. Some boards just can't.

If 14-14-14-14 works, there's no reason 16-16-16-16 would not.
post #7293 of 11701
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Eh so im in windows now, the OC did not work.

Only things i changed were FID to 98 (3.8) and VID to 30 (1.25) under P state 0 didnt touch anything else. CPU only boosts to 2700 on all cores.

Also the core volts are only going up to 1.056. Do i need to touch anything besides VID and FID in p state O?

Don't touch VID, that can't change.
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Don't touch VID, that can't change.

This is so confusing lol. Do i change the volts on the OC tweaker page or in the P state? The only thing that changes volts in the P state is the VID.

When i change the volts on OC tweaker page that sets both p state 0 and p state 1 to "custom", i was told earlier i shouldnt change anything in p state 1.
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This is so confusing lol. Do i change the volts on the OC tweaker page or in the P state? The only thing that changes volts in the P state is the VID.

Keep VID at default and use the Tweaker page to set an offset voltage
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Don't touch VID, that can't change.

This is so confusing lol. Do i change the volts on the OC tweaker page or in the P state? The only thing that changes volts in the P state is the VID.

When i change the volts on OC tweaker page that sets both p state 0 and p state 1 to "custom", i was told earlier i shouldnt change anything in p state 1.

he's right, ONLY change the FID in that.
then go set your offset Vcore.

to get it back you need to set to auto, save and reboot - then go change your FID.

and this is only pstate0. the rest stay on auto.

and 100% on the confusing part...
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he's right, ONLY change the FID in that.
then go set your offset Vcore.

to get it back you need to set to auto, save and reboot - then go change your FID.

and this is only pstate0. the rest stay on auto.

and 100% on the confusing part...

When you say change offset voltage do you mean with the values under offset, or do you mean manually enter volts in the box that appears when you select manual multiplier and voltage at the top of the OC tweaker page ? (this was new with 1.93 and 2.0).
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That could be but Newegg has a feature that let's you chat w gskill directly about products. I completely abused that feature and asked about 10 or so different models of gskill mem (3200 and 3600 models)and the only ones that I was told would be for sure Samsung were 3200 c14 and 3600 c16 . Specifically asked on the Ram you mentioned and it sounded like it wasn't a sure thing to get Sammy w that kit.

Eh, well looks like I got lucky then smile.gif

Aida64 said Samsung too but didn't give the serial number.
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he's right, ONLY change the FID in that.
then go set your offset Vcore.

to get it back you need to set to auto, save and reboot - then go change your FID.

and this is only pstate0. the rest stay on auto.

and 100% on the confusing part...

When you say change offset voltage do you mean with the values under offset, or do you mean manually enter volts in the box that appears when you select manual multiplier and voltage at the top of the OC tweaker page ? (this was new with 1.93 and 2.0).

I would give you a picture, but I'm a bit far from my system,

in the OC tweaker main screen - go down to : Voltage Configuration

CHANGE : CPU Vcore Voltage to "offset mode"
CHANGE : offset to match your offset from previous stable overclock (in my case it was like 17500)
CHANGE : CPU Load-Line Calibration to : 2-3 (I use 1-2)
post #7300 of 11701
Ok so i got the OC in right, but the numbers are all over the place lol.

Im running a CPU-z stress test right now, it is going from 17500 up to 18300 (where is usually stays).

Something is definitely goofy here. All i changed in bios is fid to 98, and offset volts to 3125 (loads to 1.248 in windows same as before).
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