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I have not. I don't understand exactly how it works but I'm willing to try. Is there a set offset I need for my voltage requirement? I can run in games all day long at 1.3875v but it will crash in prime95 or aida at the 10 minute mark at anythign less than 1.4v

First change to offset mode with no voltage added, save/reset and go back into bios to see what you get before adding offset, then adjust from there.
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Edit: My Ripjaws also got an A500 in their serial number so I guess this doesn't indicate that were samsung b-die used because this kit was CL16 so probably Hynix ICs.
A500 as the second set of four digits makes it DEFINITELY Samsung. x4xx would be SK Hynix.
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First change to offset mode with no voltage added, save/reset and go back into bios to see what you get before adding offset, then adjust from there.

Do i just change increments with +/- key then?
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Its because whenever you go back into bios, the Pstate info reverts back to auto instantly (bug). if you go to make any changes in extreme tweaker, go back and set up your Pstate again.

I can't get it to stick even after setting the pstates again after BCLK, what are your settings like?
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Do i just change increments with +/- key then?

safest way to do it. some have been known to fat finger death voltages :3
post #8046 of 17225
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Yep. m.2 link set to gen3, as well as pci-e 16_1 and 8_2. Im running SLI 1070s, all set to GEN3 manually. Verified in samsungs software and GPU-Z

That is cool, does it actually affect performance? And why are you using 125mhz BCLK?
post #8047 of 17225
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I can't get it to stick even after setting the pstates again after BCLK, what are your settings like?

Offset mode, + auto. 109.2 Bclk, 2933 Dram strap, 18-16-16-16-38-1T, Global C-states enabled, Pstate 0 set 93 for FID (3675 mhz).
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First change to offset mode with no voltage added, save/reset and go back into bios to see what you get before adding offset, then adjust from there.

Do i just change increments with +/- key then?
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That is cool, does it actually affect performance? And why are you using 125mhz BCLK?

The benchmark results I get in PCmark change with bclk adjustments as well as GEN2->GEN3. As far as real world I don't know. I'm actually running 112.8 bclk because my 2x16GB TridentZ sticks won't boot at anything over 2666 strap and I want them running at rated 3000mhz. I was using ~125ish bclk when I was testing different ram multipliers trying to get the most stable system.
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Do i just change increments with +/- key then?
The benchmark results I get in PCmark change with bclk adjustments as well as GEN2->GEN3. As far as real world I don't know. I'm actually running 112.8 bclk because my 2x16GB TridentZ sticks won't boot at anything over 2666 strap and I want them running at rated 3000mhz. I was using ~125ish bclk when I was testing different ram multipliers trying to get the most stable system.

My RAM setting is 3200 from the RAM Speed menu. Will it hurt if I want to get more speed (like 3600Mhz) through BCLK?

Currently is 14-14-14-14-32-1T.
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Offset mode, + auto. 109.2 Bclk, 2933 Dram strap, 18-16-16-16-38-1T, Global C-states enabled, Pstate 0 set 93 for FID (3675 mhz).

went back to check and noticed the pstate options didnt go back to auto hmmm...
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