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Originally Posted by majestynl View Post

If both sticks are equal, then looks oke for you. But it's up to you if you keep using the RGB software.

No problem thanks for the help! I may actually disable the software for the time-being.

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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. Someone needs fired.

Not sure what you mean. I wasn't having having any issues just making sure all was good on my end. Sorry to hear that you've been having some problems with the lighting, hopefully you can sort it out soon!
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Originally Posted by CeltPC View Post

I posted the G.Skill Trident RGB corrupt SPD issue we have been discussing to the G.Skill forum, you owners having issues might want to chime in:

http://www.gskill.us/forum/showthread.php?t=14357

Well FFS, I just ordered this Ram and should have it Wednesday... I'm hoping this can be resolved with a bios update, the ram looks so cool in all the videos I've seen where it is used and I would love very much to keep it. redface.gif

Which kit specifically did you buy?

I bought this one.

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820232492

Don't worry this RAM is rock solid, a few bad batches means nothing.
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Originally Posted by FLCLimax View Post

Don't worry this RAM is rock solid, a few bad batches means nothing.

It's not the ram, it's the software.
post #11435 of 17742
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Originally Posted by dorbot View Post


I quite like it when my ram works.
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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.


HCI is old news now TPU Memtest is new thing smile.gif Stresses better.

But u asked u got it 3605 on memory

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HCI is old news now TPU Memtest is new thing smile.gif Stresses better.

But u asked u got it 3605 on memory


1) What is that screenshot supposed to show?

2) Please explain how TPU's test is better
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Originally Posted by Silent Scone View Post

1) What is that screenshot supposed to show?

2) Please explain how TPU's test is better

There was mention of it being faster earlier in the thread; I've never run it so I don't know if it is equal, better, or worse. I've stuck to HCI as it's what I know.
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2) Please explain how TPU's test is better

Hello

The reason was stated previously. lordzed83 claims it uncovers IMC instability quicker than HCI. Seems some confusion here as to the difference between memory and IMC stability testing.
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Well, got back to find no errors with 450% coverage on the GSkill RGB RAM that needed one of the sticks SPD tables rewritten.

 

I could quit while I am Ahead but I'd like to get the RGB going again. Again......

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Thanks Gup,
Let me try CPB disabled. I can replicate the failed boot when pushing Ram voltage to 1.4v.

Sweet smile.gif .

I did video last night linked in this post and tested today with 18 failed memory training boots, as highlighted in post 11421. My CPU only got ~1.162V and not ~1.5V biggrin.gif .

If anyone is:-

- Testing RAM tweaking or using a RAM clock which occasionally fail RAM training.
- Is using PState 0 OC in UEFI, with offset mode voltage for vcore.

It is essential IMO to disabled CPB on current UEFIs. To protect CPU from getting excessive voltage on failed boot.

I said before that what we see in PState 0 when we go from [Auto] to [Custom] is a ceiling VID. This will show members that is the case.

My R7 1700 has base clock as 3GHz, which is shown in PState 0. With CPB off it will go only to 3GHz = ~1.000V on VCORE. For "X" CPU owners their base clock voltage is likely to be higher than R7 1700, as the base clock is higher.

It will be interesting to get some results data from a "X" CPU owner like yourself smile.gif .

If you can share 2 test case I would appreciate it greatly smile.gif .

i) UEFI defaults, get UEFI screenie with Extreme Tweaker section where VCORE monitoring box is. Measure VCORE on ProbeIt point.

ii) UEFI defaults with CPB [Disabled], get UEFI screenie with Extreme Tweaker section where VCORE monitoring box is. Measure VCORE on ProbeIt point.
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2) Please explain how TPU's test is better
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Hello

The reason was stated previously. lordzed83 claims it uncovers IMC instability quicker than HCI. Seems some confusion here as to the difference between memory and IMC stability testing.

Just to add to "sample data".

W7, UEFI 0079 but ProcODT as 53.3Ω so same as 0082, HCI MemTest ~6hrs/1000%, 7x 2048MB.

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W10C, UEFI 0082, same OC profile setup, TPU MemTest64 ~16.5hrs. (Click to show)

Only aspect of TPU is better vs HCI for me is not opening multiple instances and setting to x MB. Anyone who has paid for HCI IIRC it will open x instances, etc.
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