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Elmor, if 1t is standard, why is mine running at 2t?

Im pretty sure it's the only reason I can hit 3000mhz with 64gb HyperX.

Am on 1107
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Wow, getting way up there. How much does the video card influence the cinebench score?
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All RGB-LEDS on the motherboard does not work, memory and graphics card is normal

BIOS has been enabled
Try to reinstall the system and refresh the BIOS


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ASUS failing to use the locks in their software had been an issue for many years and I feel the odd few posts about this in a thread with over 1200 posts is all to easy for ASUS to ignore.

I feel there need to be a new thread just to address ASUS failing to use the locks as this is an issue for all ASUS motherboards not just the CH6. In which section should such a thread be created?

I posted http://www.overclock.net/t/1510001/asus-rampage-v-extreme-owners-thread/9320#post_25193905 about locking some time ago as the RVE has all the same issues.

I gather the ASUS view is that there is no issue when using the ASUS software and that all issues are caused by third parties which is rather alarming mad.gif.

ASUS need to explain why AIDA64 + CPUZ + HWiNFO + SIV can all happily be used at the same time, but as soon as ASUS software is also used there are issues and why the issue with other than the ASUS software wink.gif.

The latest SIV V5.19 is rather better at reporting which programs are using the locks.


I had been meaning to put SIV on this new rig, going to do it right now - it is a great tool. I have looked at http://rh-software.com/ and I see 5.18 as the current release, you mentioned 5.19?
Edited by CeltPC - 4/30/17 at 1:07pm
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Had another f9>8 error and boot loop, once it restarts memory is down to 2133 in the BIOS but still shows up as 3200 in the strap haha. Loading profile back up makes it stick, gonna try going from 1.10v soc to 1.15 and hope it goes away. If it happens again its back down to 2933.
    
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@elmor

Will the official bioses be always at 1T like 1107? I have 4 x 8GB Hynix can run at 2933Mhz (Bclk 100) with 2T Bioses even at default 1.35V and soc 0.89V . But 1T bioses don't let me pass 2133 redface.gif .


what ram kits you have and what settings you use ?
    
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Does anyone else have coil whine from your motherboard? Mine does. I disabled C-States and it seems to have gone away. Just wondering if anyone has experienced the same, and what affects will disabling C-States have.

I have heard high-pitched "coil whine" a few times from the power supply area. Recently it was when pushing 3200-16 memory to 3200-14. Upping DRAM voltage from 1.35 to 1.39 made coil whine go away. Alternatively increasing latency from 14 to 16 did the same.
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All RGB-LEDS on the motherboard does not work, memory and graphics card is normal

BIOS has been enabled
Try to reinstall the system and refresh the BIOS



Same here. Last BIOS (1107).
post #12799 of 17483
Starting from the BIOS 0038, after trying all the BIOS, I guess the hardware is damaged
post #12800 of 17483
I've tried clockin my RAM to 3200mhz without success so far.
I've a kit of HyperX Predator (HX433C16PB3K2/16 single rank, Hynix chip) and i'm setting the timings manually to 17-18-18-18-36 but i can't got further 2400mhz (i'm on latest uefi 1107).
DRAM voltage 1.35v
DRAM boot 1.40v

I've managed to go a little higher of 2600mhz change BLCK clock and this afternoon i've tried going up to 135mhz BLCK:
up until 120 i can boot to 2600mhz (not exactly that but you get the idea), i've tried to go higher but when i boot in the BIOS ram is 3000mhz or even 3200mhz but only 8gb are recognized by the system, i've tried testing to 135mhz BLCK but overclock fails so i've to enter the UEFI and lower the BLCK even though I see all 16gb recognized and clock speed to 3300mhz.
I've tried ProcODT 80ohm without luck, guess I can try other settings for ProcODT.
Any idea what I may try?
If i don't touch the BLCK ram can't really go above 2400mhz (or at least I didn't succeed).
thanks

edit: i've tried manual SOC voltage up to 1.2v too.
Edited by Heimdallr - 4/30/17 at 1:34pm
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