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Originally Posted by S1L3N7D3A7H View Post

Then that is interesting... I'm running 3400MHz now, and 4.04GHz. Windows reports seeing 3.8GHz and 3200MHz memory.

Seems like it reports what it would expect if it were using a 100MHz BCLK.

Do you have aida64? If yes, could you check memory latency now?

It's 65ms (0083) versus 85ms (1002) for me right now.

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Do you have aida64? If yes, could you check memory latency now?

It's 65ms (0083) versus 85ms (1002) for me right now.


Cannot ATM. At work. After 10 hours, sure.
post #7733 of 17435
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Originally Posted by TwoBeers View Post

Did you try to change the VID of p2?

Cause OC via p0 also works for me, there's no issue.

But I want to downclock p2 and this doesn't work anymore.
Ah I think I misunderstood you. No I didn't. Only did p0 redface.gif
post #7734 of 17435
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Originally Posted by nycgtr View Post

I am confused to why it posts at 3200 but I keep seeing 2133 in windows rolleyes.gifrolleyes.gifrolleyes.gif
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Set it manually and same thing. None of my settings stick timmings etc. Only cpu oc settings stick
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It is failing the training.

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If anyone is interested in my memory training steps for 3400MHz, here they are.

Memory Training Steps:
  1. Set BCLK speed to 100MHz
  2. Set DRAM speed to 2666MHz
  3. Set DRAM timings to 16-16-16-16-36
  4. Set the SOC voltage to 1.0v
  5. Set DRAM voltage to 1.375v
  6. Set DRAM boot voltage to 1.375v
  7. Set VTTDDR voltage to 1/2 DDR
  8. Set P State 0 FID to 98 (38x)
  9. Set CPU offset voltage
  10. Save and exit
  11. Go back into BIOS
  12. Set DRAM speed to 3200
  13. Save and exit
  14. Go back into BIOS
  15. Set DRAM timings to 14-14-14-14-34
  16. Save and exit
  17. Go back into BIOS
  18. Set BCLK to 106.4MHz
  19. Save and exit
  20. Boot into Windows
post #7736 of 17435
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Edit: But maybe you're right, maybe it was the FID, not the VID. I've to test that now.

Ok, I've to admit, I don't understand it anymore.

With 0081 I tried only changing VID, got a "0C" again.

Then I just changed p0 to 3.8GHz and put +0.15V on offset. I didn't touch p1 or p2. It booted fine.

Now in HWi I get the same (low) Vcore as before 0.567V, but SVI2 now stays at 1.0xV. With 1001 and VID of p2 at 0.41V I got like 0.8xV on idle on SVI2 and 0.56V on Vcore (0.41+ 015).

But now I've not changed p2 (default is 0.8xV) and I still get Vcore as low as 0.567V and now SVI2 is at 1.0xV (0.8xV + 01.5V).

Why is Vcore still that low and why is SVI2 reporting a higher value? Which still makes sense with the offset but no sense with the Vcore?! I don't get it.
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Guess i;ll try 0083 now. Can't go past 2666 still on 0082
post #7738 of 17435
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Originally Posted by S1L3N7D3A7H View Post

If anyone is interested in my memory training steps for 3400MHz, here they are.

Memory Training Steps:
  1. Set BCLK speed to 100MHz
  2. Set DRAM speed to 2666MHz
  3. Set DRAM timings to 16-16-16-16-36
  4. Set the SOC voltage to 1.0v
  5. Set DRAM voltage to 1.375v
  6. Set DRAM boot voltage to 1.375v
  7. Set VTTDDR voltage to 1/2 DDR
  8. Set P State 0 FID to 98 (38x)
  9. Set CPU offset voltage
  10. Save and exit
  11. Go back into BIOS
  12. Set DRAM speed to 3200
  13. Save and exit
  14. Go back into BIOS
  15. Set DRAM timings to 14-14-14-14-34
  16. Save and exit
  17. Go back into BIOS
  18. Set BCLK to 106.4MHz
  19. Save and exit
  20. Boot into Windows

Great, that will be very helpful!
post #7739 of 17435
Is 0079 better/faster than 0081?
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Great, that will be very helpful!

NP. Just keep in mind, I have a CL 15 rated 3600MHz B-Die kit.
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