I have a 16 GB kit of GSkill F4-360016D-16GTZR. So Samsung B-die and the kit has CL16 timings at that frequency written on the box.
At the moment I am running it at 3200MHz with 3200MHZ strap and 14 14 14 14 34 timings. 1.35v DRAM volts. 1.375 DRAM boot Volts. Pretty easy and probably dont need the extra DRAM boot volts but I have an issue where after a restart only one stick passes training at CL14, the other is at CL18. A reset fixes it, probably due to 90 MHz Bclck kicking in after reset.
Everything else is stock.
If possible I'd like to see a bios settings dump txt from someone who has managed to get this kit (or similar) running above 3200MHz. I know this will require raising Bclck and probably using a lower strap, but every time I have tried it has failed to post. Sometimes it gets quite far, other times it balks almost instantly.
I am using bios 0082 (I would like to preserve the 1T Command Rate) after flashing 0003 so the Embedded Controller starts the board at a 90MHz Bclck for memory training.
Just not quite sure where to go from here.
Pll to 1.9v ?
I know procodt OHMs can be adjusted and I understand how that works, but I have no idea what other voltages should be increased slightly to help the RAM run at above 3200.
Anyone got any insights / ideas? Of course "Just wait for the May update" has already been considered.
Edited by dorbot - 4/23/17 at 6:35am