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Originally Posted by kundica View Post

I don't understand why you insist on asking this question so often.

Just curiosity, man.
I like pushing things over their own limits.
post #10632 of 16743
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Originally Posted by Crysis90 View Post

Just curiosity, man.
I like pushing things over their own limits.

http://www.overclock.net/f/268/dry-ice-liquid-nitrogen
post #10633 of 16743
Not sure why most people insist on bumping VSOC.

G.Skill FlareX (F4-3200C14-16GFX) at rated settings, runs lower than 1.35V
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Simulating 3600C16 kit
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Rated timings at 3600
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I can replicate the same with my other 2 B-Die kits though, so it might be just the CPU IMC.

PS: Not sure what's up with images, trying to fix them.
Edit: Done, screens work now.
Edited by infraredbg - 4/21/17 at 11:17am
post #10634 of 16743
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Yeah, I forgot to say "without spending hundreds $". biggrin.gif

Cm'on, just joking. smile.gif
post #10635 of 16743
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Originally Posted by infraredbg View Post

Not sure why most people insist on bumping VSOC.

G.Skill FlareX at rated settings, runs lower than 1.35V


Simulating 3600C16 kit


Rated timings at 3600
I can't read your images, they show super small for me. What's your SOC voltage?
post #10636 of 16743
Fixed the images. I shouldn't have clicked on import. VSOC is 1.1 for 3600. VDDP 1.2.
post #10637 of 16743
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Originally Posted by hotstocks View Post

My rig is perfectly stable but I experience slow distorted sound sometimes in games and just a drop from avg 70 fps to like 13 fps for a few seconds and then back to normal. I also notice in windows sometimes when watching youtube the sound will just crackle/pause a bit, sounds real annoying like a robot. And sometimes windows just freezes for a few seconds or goes blank then comes back. I have used every test program, am 100% stable, no WHEA errors, no mem errors, ect. I would have to think it is a driver related issue or one of my background programs, but they are all up to date. Any ideas on what causes this? Asus suite, corsair link, asus's sound programs (that I never use, lol), or just firefox hogging memory? Seems like I always have to kill firefox and restart as it grows memory indefinately.

Does it happen with BCLK at 100?
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post #10638 of 16743
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Originally Posted by geoxile View Post

I've never noticed XFR kicked in to be honest, but I don't think I normally have any single threaded workloads for it to be necessary. Is there anyway to disable XFR completely?

Extreme Tweaker Core Performance Boost may knock it out, I have not tried changing that from [Auto] or viewed it for options.

I would check but am still on TPU MemTest64 run just to see if it show any error on RAM, HCI MemTest did not for me on ~6hr run.

My rig only does borked boot from shutdown and startup (mains still active to rig). A reboot is no issue.

Also if on your rig "Sleep" mode is working use that.

I have had no borked "Resume" from "Sleep" in over 2 days. I am on 3.8GHz PState 0 OC with 3200MHz C14 1T via UEFI. My rig at full shutdown (inc screen, etc) with mains active to PSU is ~4.0W power draw from wall. "Sleep" mode is only ~5.0W, that extra 1.0W is inconsequential considering I have 0 hassle now and instantaneous "go to" desktop.
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post #10639 of 16743
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Originally Posted by infraredbg View Post

Fixed the images. I shouldn't have clicked on import. VSOC is 1.1 for 3600. VDDP 1.2.
I think it's just dependent on your RAM/CPU. I can't get mine to run at 3200 with anything less than 1.1v. Granted that was on 1001. I might work on it this weekend, but I'm sort of at the point where I'd like to use my system not tinker with it so much.
post #10640 of 16743
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Originally Posted by Benus74 View Post

temp is just normal:

@Raja@ASUS do you think there could be a way to measure the correct ProcODT on my mobo using a DMM?
I know that you have to do some tweaking and long testing, but as this is a resistor value, I thought that maybe by measuring voltage and amperes at some precise points on the mobo I could then find the correct value smile.gif (the famous Ohm's law: R = V / I)

Don't mean to stifle your enthusiasm, but, you cannot measure this with a DMM. These are tiny networks are on the CPU and the DRAM ICs. You'd need to use a suitable oscilloscope and probes (big $$$$$$) to check the associated signal lines for ringing.

Anyway, have fun tuning.
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