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Originally Posted by roybotnik View Post

I do have the chipset drivers installed. What kind of L3 speeds should I be seeing? This is an outdated version of AIDA64 fwiw.

Speaking of SoC voltage, yeah, I probably need more. I was running 1.10v with 3200 for a while and kept having stuttering in games. Putting it up to 1.15v got rid of it. Yet the system was fully 'stable' and passing stress tests. Not sure if it's a coincidence, but I got 400 points higher in unigine heaven benchmark after raising it as well. Anyone else seen this sorta thing?

I can actually boot with the ram at 3700+ 14-14-14-34 with no problem too, just haven't had a chance to try and find out if there's a way to get it stable. Not bad for 3200 sticks.

Running higher SOC definitely can bring stability on higher OC. Im running it high since day one. Most people where afraid in begin (bricking mobo issue in first bios versions). Actually I never lowered it and never had any Ram issues. And now on the newest bios I'm running it on Auto and the value is moving between 1.15-1.17v.
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Originally Posted by Ashura View Post

+1 thumb.gif 1T is unstable. Running @ 2400.

post & boot times are much better with 1107. A 2T version would be great.

use the 141 bclk in the bios. you need to load it. it's the one on the top in extreme tweakers. it says 141 bclk.
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Originally Posted by Naeem View Post

1107 only boots with 2133mhz for me i have 4x8gb ram i am running same ram on 2666mhz on 0083

Try to use the overclocking presets at the top of extreme tweaker tab.
You have 4 options. Try the one that says load 141 bclk profile. Just load it input your ram voltage (1.35v?) And your ram timings. Lower your cpu core ratio, soc to 1.1 or 1.15 And try to boot. If you get the f9 error try different bclk.
Start with only two sticks than move to all 4.

1-open overclocking presets on extreme tweakers tab.
2-try all profiles. (the one that worked for me was "Load 141 BCLK profile)
3-Leave the bclk at 141, adjust cpu clock ratio to a speed you know you it's stable. (exe 141x27=3807 mhz)
4-input your cpu voltage for that clock ratio.
5-SOC to 1.1 or 1.15 (i use 1.15)
6-RAM voltage 1.35v usually
7-input default ram timing.

try to boot without f9 error smile.gif

if you need you can change dramboot to 1.35v also but it works for me at auto.

This was the only way I was able to boot ram at 3200 (well in this case above). I am at 3456 stable. (144 bclk)
Edited by Maxcielle - 5/6/17 at 5:06am
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Originally Posted by alucardis666 View Post

Yes and yes. My only option is hdmi. No monitors in the house...

I've tried 3 hdmi cables. It goes 3e 14 15 c0 0d...

Ill pickup another GPU at work tomorrow to test

you switched CPU cooler as well... which one are you using now?

EDIT: I see this was already asked redface.gif quick just fyi regardless: it may be the infamous backplate or rubber grommet issue.
Edited by Reikoji - 5/6/17 at 4:51am
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Originally Posted by bluej511 View Post

Same RAM here and same result, except for the odd cold morning f9 (which i haven't had in 3 days since its been 20°C in my room past 3 days) its been working flawlessly.

I have almost the same RAM but the LED version, 4x8 Gb and can't past 2666Mhz with bios 1107. I think the problem is 4 slots, right?
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Originally Posted by widonwaker View Post

I have almost the same RAM but the LED version, 4x8 Gb and can't past 2666Mhz with bios 1107. I think the problem is 4 slots, right?

Yea that would be it, then it's not the same ram. 2x8 is doing much better then 4x8 but some people using bclk are having 4x8 function at and above 3200mhz if i remember correctly. Try using a docp that raises bclk and use multiplier/p-states and it will raise your ram speeds just need to make sure its stable.
    
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I have almost the same RAM but the LED version, 4x8 Gb and can't past 2666Mhz with bios 1107. I think the problem is 4 slots, right?

hmmm its not that you CANT pass 2666, its that you cant with the default timings unless you use 2666 and ramp up your bclk to reach 3200mhz ram.

you can use 2933 + a little bclk (109.2) or 3200 to get 3200 but you have to relax the timings to do so.

You can also take out 2 sticks (A1 and B1 slot) if you want and it should work normally.
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Originally Posted by Reikoji View Post

hmmm its not that you CANT pass 2666, its that you cant with the default timings unless you use 2666 and ramp up your bclk to reach 3200mhz ram.

you can use 2933 + a little bclk (109.2) or 3200 to get 3200 but you have to relax the timings to do so.

You can also take out 2 sticks (A1 and B1 slot) if you want and it should work normally.



I use default timings.

This was the only way I was able to boot ram at 3200 (well in this case above). I am at 3456 stable. (144 bclk)
1-open overclocking presets on extreme tweakers tab.
2-try all profiles. (the one that worked for me was "Load 141 BCLK profile)
3-Leave the bclk at 141, adjust cpu clock ratio to a speed you know you it's stable. (exe 141x27=3807 mhz)
4-input your cpu voltage for that clock ratio.
5-SOC to 1.1 or 1.15 (i use 1.15)
6-RAM voltage 1.35v usually
7-input default ram timing.

try to boot without f9 error smile.gif

if you need you can change dramboot to 1.35v or 1.4v also but it works for me at auto.
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Originally Posted by majestynl View Post

Why Asus? His problem doesn't sound like the corrupted SPD issue. I think the sticks are just faulty..

The sticks work perfectly fine separately, though. They both give 8 gigs of RAM with just one of them in. But together, they still only give 8.
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Running higher SOC definitely can bring stability on higher OC. Im running it high since day one. Most people where afraid in begin (bricking mobo issue in first bios versions). Actually I never lowered it and never had any Ram issues. And now on the newest bios I'm running it on Auto and the value is moving between 1.15-1.17v.

Interesting, perhaps I'll try Auto or just set it to 1.2v. In my case the part that made it odd was that my system was stable with lower SoC voltage but performed poorly. Not really used to voltage fixing performance when the system was running stable, pretty interesting. But then again, I haven't done this much OCing in a long time. Only ever messed with CPU multiplier/voltage on my 4790k.
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I use default timings.

This was the only way I was able to boot ram at 3200 (well in this case above). I am at 3456 stable. (144 bclk)
1-open overclocking presets on extreme tweakers tab.
2-try all profiles. (the one that worked for me was "Load 141 BCLK profile)
3-Leave the bclk at 141, adjust cpu clock ratio to a speed you know you it's stable. (exe 141x27=3807 mhz)
4-input your cpu voltage for that clock ratio.
5-SOC to 1.1 or 1.15 (i use 1.15)
6-RAM voltage 1.35v usually
7-input default ram timing.

try to boot without f9 error smile.gif

if you need you can change dramboot to 1.35v or 1.4v also but it works for me at auto.

I meant with 4 sticks of ram redface.gif
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