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CPU settings: 4.1 Ghz 1.5625 V LLC Level 3
RAM settings: 3600 Mhz 1.385 V 14-13-13-28 (timings)

Not bad. biggrin.gif

Now use perf bias and run it in high or real time priority and see what it can truly do.
    
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Could someone break down the different Phase Control settings (Standard, Asus Optimized, Extreme), please? Thank you!
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CPU settings:
4.1 Ghz
1.5625 V
LLC Level 3

RAM settings:
3600 Mhz
1.385 V
14-13-13-28 (timings)

I did BCLK Overclock to achieve 3600 Mhz on my 16 Gb Trident Z F4-3200C14D-16GTZ

Not bad. biggrin.gif
What SOC voltage did you use and is this stable?
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What SOC voltage did you use and is this stable?

1.2 V on SOC.
Didn't run stability tests, just checked Cinebench's performance.

Anyway I don't think it may be stable for a 24/7 usage. wink.gif
Edited by Crysis90 - 4/9/17 at 4:46am
post #7975 of 17018
After trying all sorts of different RAM OCs with increased base clock it seems to me that I don't really have much trouble getting it to POST and boot, but can't get even the mildest of overclocks stable. Tried increasing SoC voltage, DRAM voltage, core voltage. Is there a factor I am missing?
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It's already an improvement as it is, with older BIOS versions I couldn't even post/boot many memory settings above 3200. Unfortunately now it tends to not stick, but reset to defaults after one reboot. So memory training is still an issue.
Edited by Timur Born - 4/9/17 at 4:58am
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Installed 0082 yesterday. Woke up this morning and turned my computer on, and to my absolute surprise, I can actually cold boot with all my OC settings working! First time ever. So I'm happy to report that there seems to be progress being made now in terms of DRAM compatibility.
Good work elmor!
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Since we love hard data here we go, another 30mins and another pass with ZERO WHEA errors. Check out them avg core voltages though thumb.gifbiggrin.gif ultrawide ftw as well. I am very very happy with my chip, also i couldnt stand seeing the 3792.8 or wtv mhz it was so i changed my bclk to 100 lol.

Not in the pic but VRMs reached a peak of 55°C avg about 51°C and PCH didn't budge stayed around 46°C.

    
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Since we love hard data here we go, another 30mins and another pass with ZERO WHEA errors. Check out them avg core voltages though thumb.gifbiggrin.gif ultrawide ftw as well. I am very very happy with my chip, also i couldnt stand seeing the 3792.8 or wtv mhz it was so i changed my bclk to 100 lol.

Not in the pic but VRMs reached a peak of 55°C avg about 51°C and PCH didn't budge stayed around 46°C.



Are you using ICE to cool your CPU? biggrin.gif
Edited by Crysis90 - 4/9/17 at 5:27am
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Can we get a definitive answer to the idle temp situation? my 1700X with H110i idles at around 60C with SenseMI skew enabled and disabled (which seems to make no difference except when under max load). Is 60C normal and if so, is it really 40C?
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