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Wow can you share all your memory related settings? I'd love to see how you got those timings with 32MB,


SOC @ 1.15V
DRAM Voltage @ 1.40V

DRAM timings as shown. 2666 memory ratio with 116.2 BCLK.


HTH
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Use version from the Intel z270 boards. That worked for me.

My Bad and the Ugly may be solved
I have some news on the Aura issue. I had tried uninstalling with control panel, and with CCleaner, and then cleaning the registry with the same program, but no success. In googling around on uninstalling Aura, I found a program called "Advanced Uninstaller PRO 12". I installed it, ran an uninstall of Aura 1.04.26 and a registry clean with the program. It did seem to find more files and references to fix. I then ran an install of Aura 1.04.29. It went a bit wonky and brought up the damn Doctor Dump thing, but then did install. I was not optimistic, but tried a startup of Aura and what do you know, it opened, showed the G.Skill RGB! I ran the calibration thing, and tried out some effects and now it all seems to work. I rebooted and opened it again, and still works. Some may be solved!

I know quite a few posts here have talked about AURA problems, so any who have not tried this approach, it might be worth a go for you.

32GB of Ram
I am able to boot some of the time into 3200 MGz, but it is also failing quite a bit on reboots, so I need help with stability. Right now I have DRAM voltage at 1.36 and DRAM VBoot at 1.36.
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Originally Posted by Raja@ASUS View Post

SOC @ 1.15V
DRAM Voltage @ 1.40V

DRAM timings as shown. 2666 memory ratio with 116.2 BCLK.


HTH

Thanks, I'll give a voltage bump, and see how it responds smile.gif
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Tctl vs. Windows power profiles:



Some nice +10 C spikes during (mostly) idle times there. Assuming that the reported temps are indeed +20 C higher than real due to a fixed offset, this means that there is another +10 C offset dynamically applied. Since the load did neither vary by amount nor type (as in CPU instructions) I wonder why power profiles have such a big impact on the Tctl behavior!?

It's noteworthy that CPU (Socket) temps don't budge more than 1 C bit over the whole time-span.
Edited by Timur Born - 4/14/17 at 4:24pm
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Tctl vs. Windows power profiles:



Some nice +10 C spikes during (mostly) idle times there. Assuming that the reported temps are indeed +20 C higher than real due to a fixed offset, this means that there is another +10 C offset dynamically applied. Since the load did neither vary by amount nor type (as in CPU instructions) I wonder why power profiles have such a big impact on the Tctl behavior!?

I noticed the same, Balanced does run hotter since its only using one ccx it looks like. Good find.
    
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But it does not run hotter in my test at all (maybe 1 - 2 C), it just induces an additional +10 C offset on top of the already present +20 C offset. That is because my cooling runs at max.

Also look at that point where I switch from High Performance to Balanced. That additional extra high spike is not extra load or temperature, it's induced by my switching of profiles. And the extra spike in the middle of Balanced is because there is some true CPU load happening. Again the height of the spike (+10 C jump) is does not look anywhere close to real temperature for that very small extra load.
Edited by Timur Born - 4/14/17 at 4:29pm
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But it does not run hotter in my test at all (maybe 1 - 2 C), it just induces an additional +10 C offset on top of the already present +20 C offset. That is because my cooling runs at max.

I've been messing around with 1002 since I shot you those results earlier; tonight while doing some stability testing I saw the temps reading in the 80s but the air coming off the HSF is fairly cool and I'm seriously doubting the temps actually being 80+. I hit the back of the socket with the temp gun and it's reading about 47° at the hottest area. Skew is disabled.
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SOC @ 1.15V
DRAM Voltage @ 1.40V

DRAM timings as shown. 2666 memory ratio with 116.2 BCLK.


HTH
What is SOC and what does it do for memory?
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Could someone remind me which USBs on the back of the C6H are from the CPU itself?
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Could someone remind me which USBs on the back of the C6H are from the CPU itself?

If its vertical its the top usb ports so the ones towards the top of the case.
    
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