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Originally Posted by gupsterg View Post

On 0079, R7 1700, using same +162mV VCORE offset, LLC: [Auto], again what I used on 0902 / 1001 / 1002. Same ~1.380V with +/- 0.005V depending on app load CPU, etc. Measurement done on Pro Belt VCORE point as my case does not allow access to socket area. Planning soon to mod motherboard tray wink.gif .

Thanks for checking. It's interesting though because in your case you didn't need more volts for stability like some of us.
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Observation from this morning.

Using HWiNFO to check software reported voltage with bios 0082 I set my voltage manually to 1.425v and 1.44v, however CPU-Z and HWiNFO are both reporting voltages significantly lower than what is set manually. However, the voltage increase set appears to function as stability increased as I increased voltage manually with higher clocks. Throughout voltage changes hwinfo was reporting an idle voltage of 1.325 and a load voltage of 1.28.
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I can imagine things like: number of DIMMs installed, DIMM PCB design, VDIMM and VTT voltages, etc all having an effect on which ODT setting works best. I would shy away from very high settings because the signal will overshoot/ring a lot and potentially cause problems.
What setting would you say is too high though? is 80 ohm that people here achieving good results with okay?
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You should really look out/test for random bit errors, if you are running with 80 ohm.

Edit: I guess they are happening on the Memory Controller side, this is why a higher VDDSOC helps to reduce them.
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2) It looks like Corsair LPX compatibility is considerably better but many with G.skill b-die that previously found it easy to get 3200 have had to modify previously working settings (myself included).

Using same VBOOT/VDIMM as 0902, etc, 1.35V.

Using same manual timings 14-14-14-14-34 and 3200MHz strap, F4-3200C14D-16GTZ, working as before but better AIDA64 RAM bench results vs 0902, etc wink.gif .




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Thanks for checking. It's interesting though because in your case you didn't need more volts for stability like some of us.

No worries smile.gif .

I have done 10.5hrs continuous f@h and 1.25hrs Y-Cruncher plus upto 2.5hrs f@h so far today. During those runs I use PC for office/web stuff. On previous UEFI I used to experience "stuttery" app windows, like say scrolling, etc, all that is gone on 0079 smile.gif .

Then as I said before SOC I had upped on 1002 to 0.962V in UEFI, as had intermittent code 8 / spontaneous reboots on low loads for OC setup. 0.950V took longer to flip out on 1002 low loads, but 0079 very quick, like few mins usage. I reckon as it's running RAM tighter/efficiently for me, that maybe why it flip out quicker. SOC 0.962V working great on 0079 as on 1002.
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Finnaly my F4-3200C14Q-64GTZ is at 3200 Mhz but not at 14-14-14-14-34 timings biggrin.gif
The only timings i can boot with are 18-16-16-16-36 mad.gif and with a Bclk at 101 redface.gif
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Finnaly my F4-3200C14Q-64GTZ is at 3200 Mhz but not at 14-14-14-14-34 timings biggrin.gif
The only timings i can boot with are 18-16-16-16-36 mad.gif and with a Bclk at 101 redface.gif

If i where you i would be happy to get 3200 with a 64GB kit even at those timings.
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Just for the record on 0081 I also do not need more VCore than on 1002.
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I'm trying to set the ProcODT value (using 0083), apparently this will help with ram overclocking. Where about's in the asus config is it? Is it called something else?
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@elmor:
Two minor (cosmetic?) changes/bugs I could notice immediately when moving from 1002 to 0079:
1. during POST it now says "EVALUATION COPY." on screen.
2. now the POST report always says the speed of the CPU would be 3000MHz, no matter what it actually is.
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