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Still need a few critical parts to finish my rig; so this will have to do:

     
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post #10962 of 17534
Is F4-3200C16D-16GVK a good choice on this board?
post #10963 of 17534
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Originally Posted by Reikoji View Post

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.

We had this "issue" before with the "sleep bug". Could be related. Try HPET on.
post #10964 of 17534
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Originally Posted by Maxcielle View Post

Is F4-3200C16D-16GVK a good choice on this board?

I would say not.

 

CL14 is required. Samsung B-die. The CL16 ones will be Hynix.

Anything above 3200 should be Samsung B-die.


Edited by dorbot - 4/23/17 at 6:43am
post #10965 of 17534
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Originally Posted by TwoBeers View Post

We had this "issue" before with the "sleep bug". Could be related. Try HPET on.

I already know it wont happen with Hpet On :3. So thats what the "issue" was? I believe i've already woke my PC up from sleep, but didn't notice any change. Will check again.



Oho. This time it just flat out rebooted when waking up, and its going haywire again. So as long as you dont use sleep youre goood!

Fighting through the constant screen blackouts, intermittent lack of input response, periodic hangs, and rapid driver crashes all over i managed to preserve something crazy.



So in conclusion... With HPET off you cant make BCLK changes in the OS and allow your PC to sleep.
Edited by Reikoji - 4/23/17 at 6:56am
post #10966 of 17534
Does anyone else have the "problem" that 1 in 10 cold boots the RAM at 3200Mhz does not POST and it lowers itself to 2133Mhz?

Also: Some times when I tell Windows to shut down it restarts instead.
post #10967 of 17534
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Originally Posted by Maxcielle View Post

Is F4-3200C16D-16GVK a good choice on this board?

F4-3200C15D-16GVK should be a b-die as well. Only slighly more exepensive that the cl16 and way cheaper than cl14.
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post #10968 of 17534
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Originally Posted by Reikoji View Post

I already know it wont happen with Hpet On :3. So thats what the "issue" was? I believe i've already woke my PC up from sleep, but didn't notice any change. Will check again.



Oho. This time it just flat out rebooted when waking up, and its going haywire again. So as long as you dont use sleep youre goood!

With HPET off you can cheat scores in CB, CPU-Z, etc. by entering "sleep" and come back from it. Looks like your "BCLK down" setting is doing the same.
post #10969 of 17534
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Why is half my memory not available?

I'm on 082 and have 2x16GB

The same thing happens to me as well, only i have 2x8Gb G.skill 3000mhz cl15 (sammy e-die). I cant get both sticks to work above 2133mhz no matter what i try. @2133mhz pc boots fine (takes a bit longer to post - probbably due to mem training), when i load up win10 (CU) system shows 16Gb - but only 8 available. The other 8Gb is HW reserved rolleyessmileyanim.gif. I'm on 0083 atm, my CH6 came with 0902 and i flashed it shortly after to 1002. Don't know what to do, the only thing i haven't tryed is procODT but somehow i doubt it will help as the loose latencies and higher voltage did nothing. But i am willing to try...
Edited by 1nterceptor - 4/23/17 at 6:59am
post #10970 of 17534
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Originally Posted by TwoBeers View Post

With HPET off you can cheat scores in CB, CPU-Z, etc. by entering "sleep" and come back from it. Looks like your "BCLK down" setting is doing the same.

is it really HPET off cheating the scores? or is HPET on cheating the scores redface.gif I think the cenebench run should let on that its an actual performance gain, or does cinebench go by some weird calculation and not how fast the processor completes the task? I certainly don't know for sure, but what I do know is HPET off + bclk change + sleep = doom.

Whats needed is some gaming benchmarks done in this scenario do come to better conclusion.
Edited by Reikoji - 4/23/17 at 7:05am
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