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Originally Posted by FloppyDrive View Post

GSkill would tell you not to buy two sets of RAM even if they are the same.
I am using BIOS 0083 with F4-3600C16Q-32GTZR.
The only notable changes I have made to the settings are 3200MHz, DRAM 1.35v, VBoot DRAM 1.375v, timing 18-16-16-16-38. Check your VSOC and VDDP voltages.

The DIMM slots on this board are very tight. Maybe try reseating them carefully and maybe mix the sticks around.

Thank you for the suggestions.

You may be right about a 4 stick kit being preferable.
I am really trying to figure out if my memory sticks have a defect, i.e., not being read by Thaiphoon, and the CPU-Z SPD information looking wonky to me.

post #11062 of 17249
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Originally Posted by CeltPC View Post

Thank you for the suggestions.

You may be right about a 4 stick kit being preferable.
I am really trying to figure out if my memory sticks have a defect, i.e., not being read by Thaiphoon, and the CPU-Z SPD information looking wonky to me.


Try it with the two matching kits separate, and if they work fine-ish then its probably not good to put the two kits in together after all. CPU-Z SPD window occasionally messes up on detecting ram details, probably just in a 4-stick set since no one's said anything about it with 2 sticks (i think), and won't have to do with mis-matching or stick not working. That one that has an XMP-70 with nothing in it tho.... maybe that one.
Edited by Reikoji - 4/23/17 at 6:55pm
post #11063 of 17249
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Originally Posted by kazama View Post

With bios 082, im getting cold boot problems with mems, i have trident z rgb 3200 cl14 2x8, correct timmings and voltage.

System start, beeps, auto shut down, auto restart and boot in windows, mems at 2133 cl15. Restart system and mems are at 3200 cl14. Running without problems.

Is there any fix? may 083 bios fix this? i try to find a solution, but is difficult to find something in 1000+ pages.

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Originally Posted by kaseki View Post

There is a DRAM cold boot workaround BIOS number 0003. You will need to search in this thread for its particular installation requirements.

The particular requirement is sending a PM to Elmor for the download link.
post #11064 of 17249
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Originally Posted by hughjazz44 View Post

My 1700X needs 2 more "ticks" over 1.375V to be stable. Not sure what the exact number is. If you're using offset + on the core voltage, it takes 6 "ticks" for mine to run with no Prime95 errors. I think I have my LLC on Level 2, also. Just give it slightly more volts. You're not close to 1.45V yet.
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Originally Posted by r4m0n View Post

Just keep upping that vcore, 1.375 is still a bit low, might take you 1.4+ to get 3.8GHz stable.
It could also be the memory, but the settings look pretty decent. If you aren't sure, loose the timings some more.

Thanks.
For now i have upped the vcore to 1.38750 (I think it is 2 ticks up from 1.37500).
I kept the ram settings the same but it crashed on a run of cinebench.
So i looked at the ram timings and they were 15,15,15,34. so i changed them off auto to 18,19,19,39 and kept the speed at 2133.
Got cinebench to do 4 runs in a row with a result of 1601 and now just running prime95 for awhile
Once i think its stable enough ill up the ram to 2666 and see how i go. (its a 32gig kit so i dont expect it to do amazing speeds yet)

If i can get the ram to 2666 ill be happy as i can use that as a base before i try to push it any further.
post #11065 of 17249
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Originally Posted by Reikoji View Post


The particular requirement is sending a PM to Elmor for the download link.

Hello

Or one could do as previously suggested and a do a quick search of this thead.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1624603/rog-crosshair-vi-overclocking-thread/10320#post_26031379
post #11066 of 17249
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Originally Posted by GrapeSlurpee View Post


Thanks.
For now i have upped the vcore to 1.38750 (I think it is 2 ticks up from 1.37500).
I kept the ram settings the same but it crashed on a run of cinebench.
So i looked at the ram timings and they were 15,15,15,34. so i changed them off auto to 18,19,19,39 and kept the speed at 2133.
Got cinebench to do 4 runs in a row with a result of 1601 and now just running prime95 for awhile
Once i think its stable enough ill up the ram to 2666 and see how i go. (its a 32gig kit so i dont expect it to do amazing speeds yet)

If i can get the ram to 2666 ill be happy as i can use that as a base before i try to push it any further.

I think the setting is called "Overclock Tuner". Change it from "Auto" or "Default" to "D.O.C.P. Standard". Then it should automatically set your DRAM timings and voltage. Then change the speed to 2666, save and exit. Try your benchmark again after that.
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Notice VDDP, it went to 1.6v (!!!) out of itself.
It did not return to normal with a warm reboot, it went to normal after poweroff and back on.

Should I be worried? bug? misreported? bad sensor?

I doubt bad sensor because it has happened before to vSoC that I posted about earlier in this thread.
I fired up HWinfo to check if it was AIDA that was reporting it wrong, but as you can see also HWinfo reports 1.6v on VDDP.
post #11068 of 17249
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Originally Posted by Praz View Post

Hello

Or one could do as previously suggested and a do a quick search of this thead.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1624603/rog-crosshair-vi-overclocking-thread/10320#post_26031379

I didn't even see that either :3 Last I saw was him saying send a PM due to its riskyness
post #11069 of 17249
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Originally Posted by Reikoji View Post

Try it with the two matching kits separate, and if they work fine-ish then its probably not good to put the two kits in together after all. CPU-Z SPD window occasionally messes up on detecting ram details, probably just in a 4-stick set since no one's said anything about it with 2 sticks (i think), and won't have to do with mis-matching or stick not working. That one that has an XMP-70 with nothing in it tho.... maybe that one.

Think I may pull them tomorrow, see what each does as a single stick, then in pairs. Thanks.
post #11070 of 17249
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Originally Posted by hughjazz44 View Post

I think the setting is called "Overclock Tuner". Change it from "Auto" or "Default" to "D.O.C.P. Standard". Then it should automatically set your DRAM timings and voltage. Then change the speed to 2666, save and exit. Try your benchmark again after that.

Okay so i have changed that up and changed it to 2666. it set my voltage to 1.35 and the timings to 19,18,18,39 i ran cinebench and it crashed.
I upped my SOC voltage to 1.075 (i read somewhere that it can help with ram stability) and i could get cinebench to run twice but it crashed on the 3rd
I am running prime95 to see if it crashes because its weird when cinebench crashes my computer stays on and i just get black screens.
when prime 95 crashes it gives me a q-code of 8
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