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post #10951 of 17655
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Originally Posted by Reikoji View Post

http://valid.x86.fr/mv1615

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saved it as the same Dump as my 4149 doh!



Still got errors... 4149 is my wall ! but nice scorez

Nice silicon.
And nice score.
It's higher than mine @ 4.11 Ghz and DDR4 @ 3600 Mhz CL13:
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What is your secret?? biggrin.gif
post #10952 of 17655
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Originally Posted by Crysis90 View Post

Nice silicon.
And nice score.
It's higher than mine @ 4.11 Ghz and DDR4 @ 3600 Mhz CL13:
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

What is your secret?? biggrin.gif

Answered that just above. Booted up with X BCLK and lowered it 2.6 to Y BCLK, Y for me being 98.8. Everything is higher after that, but just now PC went crazy and i had to press the reset button, seemed to have had what speed I was going for at the selected voltage mixed up.

Bias is still on auto too, so the score is pretty crazy for that.
Edited by Reikoji - 4/23/17 at 5:29am
post #10953 of 17655
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Originally Posted by Reikoji View Post

Bias is still on auto too, so the score is pretty crazy for that.

Yeah.
That's strange.
post #10954 of 17655
Use some software to reduce your Bclk a bit while maintaining whatever mhz you were running at and see if this happens for you to.



... For science!

It would actually be cool if Elmor's zen states program allowed you to change BCLK too.
Edited by Reikoji - 4/23/17 at 5:37am
post #10955 of 17655
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Originally Posted by Reikoji View Post

Answered that just above. Booted up with X BCLK and lowered it 2.6 to Y BCLK, Y for me being 98.8. Everything is higher after that, but just now PC went crazy and i had to press the reset button, seemed to have had what speed I was going for at the selected voltage mixed up.

HPET on of off?
post #10956 of 17655
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Originally Posted by TwoBeers View Post

HPET on of off?

Off. Result of not using the platform clock? I certainly didn't notice any loss or gain in performance when changing BCLK in windows when HPET was on.
Edited by Reikoji - 4/23/17 at 5:48am
post #10957 of 17655
What is the difference between vddp and vddp_18 (Pll 1.8)?
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850 evo 120GB (for OS + programs) 850 evo 250GB (for Games) Windows 10 LG 27ea73LM-P 
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post #10958 of 17655
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Originally Posted by Clukos View Post

What is the difference between vddp and vddp_18 (Pll 1.8)?

I think VDDP_18 is the standby voltage. Should leave that one alone. 1.8v PLL you can increase to help maintain very high BCLK settings, like 130+, though it visually alters your cpu temperature readouts.
post #10959 of 17655
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Woohoo!

I'm not going to lie, I've had my 960 EVO for a couple of months now and can't say I've noticed any difference between that and my Crucial MX SSD's.


Image that shock when windows boots in 8 seconds as all my overclocking ect was done on windows 8.1 that had: msi x99 motherboard asrock motherboard and ryzen. Zero format nothing just small cleanup and boom working.
Iw spend 12 hours tweeking w10 and got it to SAME performance i had on 8.1 in cinebench before ripping it appart i was missing around 50 points vs 8.1!!!

Dat 4x faster access time :] i always invested in fastest system drives.
I had first generation of WD Raptor 36gb and first ssd that came out OCZ 32gb one smile.gif
Edited by lordzed83 - 4/23/17 at 6:11am
post #10960 of 17655


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
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