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post #11421 of 17778
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Originally Posted by majestynl View Post

Post your SPD screens here (each stick) Easiest way true cpu-z.

Okay here it is 1.PNG 30k .PNG file

The values for the second stick were identical in all fields.
post #11422 of 17778
elmor: Some feed back on your Asus Pstate software on my rig:
I have Asus C6H with 081 beta Bios, 1800x now OC'd to 4Ghz via the Pstates software, 16G Gskill FlareX DDR4-3200 ram enabled to 3200 via the D.O.C.P. standard setting. I set the ram settings in BIOS to get it to run at 3200. Other than that everything else was auto. I had to re-enable HPET in Windows 10-64 home as I had previously disabled it. The Asus Pstate software would NOT install until HPET was re-enabled in Windows.

Once I figured out how to use it I set P0 to 40, P1 to 22 and P3 to 20. I had voltage at 1.3625 BUT was failing IBT runs so I upped it to 1.3925? and I ran the following suite of Benchmarks without a failure.
15 minutes Aida64 (licensed version) stability test all cpu parameters and memory parameters stressed
30 minutes of RealBench 2.54 Stress test
CR15 Multi-CPU test
IBT 10 series run
AIDA64 Memory Benchmark

I also ran Passmark bench.

I really like Asus Pstates. THANK YOU for your work.
post #11423 of 17778
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Originally Posted by Atingleee View Post

Okay here it is 1.PNG 30k .PNG file

The values for the second stick were identical in all fields.

If both sticks are equal, then looks oke for you. But it's up to you if you keep using the RGB software.
post #11424 of 17778
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Originally Posted by Reikoji View Post

I think that is where buying ram rated much higher comes into play, thus 4266 kit is appealing for running at lower speeds.

Not necessarily, capable modules are only part of the battle. With the limited control on this platform, it's good to see proof of stability of claims of 3333+, beyond simple CPU-Z validations or CR15 runs
post #11425 of 17778
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Originally Posted by Silent Scone View Post

You and others running 3500+ can share HCI stability results under this sub section. Even 3333 is fairly tough.

I had posted these a few days back.
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Originally Posted by Reikoji View Post

I think that is where buying ram rated much higher comes into play, thus 4266 kit is appealing for running at lower speeds.

The 3200 low CAS kits (14) are the same ICs and I believe they're just as capable in terms of OC potential as the higher rated since they're doing so with increased voltage and latencies (you can accomplish the same at home).
Edited by madweazl - 4/25/17 at 6:37am
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post #11426 of 17778
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Base settings for OC profile:-

3.8_3200C14_setting.txt 17k .txt file

AMD CBS > PState 0 > Custom > FID: 98 (3800MHz)
AMD CBS > C-States > Enabled

When failed boot occur, Core Performance Boost: [Disabled] is definitely resulting in no excessive overvolting of CPU when using PState 0 OC with offset mode, I see ~1.000V plus offset.

Results of ProcODT :-





Anyone who has moved to UEFI 0003 and had issues of boot on 3200MHz from shutdown but mains active on previous UEFI able to share if all is well on 0003?

I am just currently not convinced I need any more VCORE/VBOOT/VDIMM/SOC as the rig has had no issues in resuming from "Sleep" in several days, tested with short and overnight "Sleep". I have done so many stability tests, with plenty of hours clocked up and no issues.

I only have very intermittent failure to boot from shutdown with mains active. Mains deactive and then powering up is a complete "no no" on my setup.

I have no issue keeping with UEFI 0082 and using "Sleep", but so curious as to what is going on/resolution.

Thanks Gup,
Let me try CPB disabled. I can replicate the failed boot when pushing Ram voltage to 1.4v.
post #11427 of 17778
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Originally Posted by Atingleee View Post

Okay here it is 1.PNG 30k .PNG file

The values for the second stick were identical in all fields.

That is the situation I am in too,after writing good SPD data to my dead stick. Though quickly trying aura didn't make the RGB recover. I was in this situation before with working ram but no RGB control.
I will manually uninstall aura and reinstall Gskill software. This relifed the RGB before. I am running a memory test during my French lesson at the moment.will let you all know if it has no errors when i get home. 3.5 hour ram test.
Then will try to get RGB working as before.But will probably give up on RGB after that and wait untill the software can tell it is the only thing using the SMbus. Aura and Gskill need to sort their crap out and do what hwinfo and cpuz do to lock the SMbus access to other programs during data transfers over the bus. Pretty criminal state of affairs.......What the hell else did they think would happen?
Edited by dorbot - 4/25/17 at 7:00am
post #11428 of 17778
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Originally Posted by orlfman View Post

can you go into detail at whats wrong besides "fine until now." whats not fine?

So with the gskill kit in one system. I was perfectly stable before after tons of stress testing. Fast foward 2 weeks. Now I get random app close or rarely a crash to code 8. If I run like realbench or occt it will run fine for a long time. Run mem test it's fine. It's just really unpredictable. With the corsair kit in the other c6h all was good until about yesterday. Reboot and stuck on code 55 or 94. Used a crucial set that I used to test that board when i first got it and same thing. On the times it does boot, it freezes up once your in the bios or it may not freeze up. This is before any custom settings. rolleyes.gif
post #11429 of 17778
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Originally Posted by nycgtr View Post

So with the gskill kit in one system. I was perfectly stable before after tons of stress testing. Fast foward 2 weeks. Now I get random app close or rarely a crash to code 8. If I run like realbench or occt it will run fine for a long time. Run mem test it's fine. It's just really unpredictable. With the corsair kit in the other c6h all was good until about yesterday. Reboot and stuck on code 55 or 94. Used a crucial set that I used to test that board when i first got it and same thing. On the times it does boot, it freezes up once your in the bios or it may not freeze up. This is before any custom settings. rolleyes.gif

What leads you to believe the memory is causing your issues?
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post #11430 of 17778
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Originally Posted by madweazl View Post

What leads you to believe the memory is causing your issues?

I am not sure ram is the issue. Something isn't playing nice and frankly to have issues ON BOTH is just ridiculous. I've spent way too much time tinkering with these 2 setups tbh. Since 3/2 I've had total about 2-3 weeks with these 2 running problem free. The later bioses did help most importantly 1002. However, I am just getting really tired of it in general.
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