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Is there considerable difference between CL16 and CL14? price difference here is almost 60 euros for 2x8gb. Is it worth it?

Yes, for ram, it is a big difference. How much do you care about your ram speed? I spent $260 for my Trident Z RGB 4133 mhz 1.35 volt kit and it proved to net good results.
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Been following this thread for a while so thought i'd add my input.

1800x currently at 3.9Ghz, 3200Mhz DDR4

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using Pstates 9C with 1 notch negative offset. showing in CPUZ about 1.308/1.330 LLC1
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RAM set to 1.35v 14-14-14-35

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I do have a cold boot issue but assume i just need to increase the DRAM boot voltage a bit? And also seems to take a while to get into the bios from when keyboard is active which wasn't on previous 1002 bios.



Edit, cold boot (PSU still connected) doesn't seem to happen since matches boot ram voltage to my normal ram voltage (1.35) thx for the tip!
Edited by 4rcherz - 4/15/17 at 12:37pm
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I do have a cold boot issue but assume i just need to increase the DRAM boot voltage a bit?

That is correct. Everyone needs to set boot voltage equal to your dram voltage. All my boot problems went away soon as I did that. I still have 24 error code but im running on 2933 mhz ram strap so thats probably why. Game stable though wink.gif
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That is correct. Everyone needs to set boot voltage equal to your dram voltage. All my boot problems went away soon as I did that. I still have 24 error code but im running on 2933 mhz ram strap so thats probably why. Game stable though wink.gif

So if i set to 1.35 boot it should be fine or need to boost to 1.4? I get the 24 (and 44 now and then code in W10) too
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So if i set to 1.35 boot it should be fine or need to boost to 1.4? I get the 24 (and 44 now and then code in W10) too

Just set it to what your normal dram voltage is at. If its 1.35 then set it to that. If its 1.4 set it to 1.4
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I do have a cold boot issue but assume i just need to increase the DRAM boot voltage a bit? And also seems to take a while to get into the bios from when keyboard is active which wasn't on previous 1002 bios.
The cold boot issue is likely not caused by any of your settings as I have the same problem from time to time. Sometimes my system will boot first time, sometimes it will freeze on a 54/55 qcode. It's purely just bugs in the bios, as in earlier versions, I could not cold boot at all with OC settings. Now it will boot 2/3 times. Still not perfect, but better than it was.

Im running 1.4v DRAM boot voltage (memory is 3000mhz 1.35v, overclocked to 3200mhz 1.4v) and it makes no difference to my cold boot success rate.

As for my issue with the "USB device connected" sound playing randomly. It seems the Windows 10 Creators update has caused it to happen. Running my system with bios at defaults does not stop it from happening. I literally cannot pinpoint what is causing it. USB log viewer shows nothing when the sound happens, and all the USB related settings do not affect it. My solution has been to simply disable the sound in the Windows sounds options. Sad, but its driving me up the wall, and it seems to have zero effect on anything in my system. So until my system starts acting weird in some way, im just going to disregard it.
Edited by AndehX - 4/15/17 at 5:55am
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The cold boot issue is likely not caused by any of your settings as I have the same problem from time to time. Sometimes my system will boot first time, sometimes it will freeze on a 54/55 qcode. It's purely just bugs in the bios, as in earlier versions, I could not cold boot at all with OC settings. Now it will boot 2/3 times. Still not perfect, but better than it was.
Im running 1.4v DRAM boot voltage (memory is 3000mhz 1.35v, overclocked to 3200mhz 1.4v) and it makes no difference to my cold boot success rate.

Hello

Your system is not stable. It really is as simple as that. Test with default settings and if the issues persist your claim of BIOS bugs could be seriously considered.
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Hello

Your system is not stable. It really is as simple as that. Test with default settings and if the issues persist your claim of BIOS bugs could be seriously considered.
Excuse me? My system is perfectly stable. I've ran it at these settings for almost a month now, and not had one crash. the cold boot issue is affecting pretty much everyone who is overclocking on this board. Even the popular youtubers like Jayz2cents has done videos where he mentions cold booting is a problem.
I literally only have to set my DRAM strap to 2933mhz, which is what my memory is rated to run at, and I instantly have cold boot problems.
It's not a stability issue. It's just the bios still being in its infancy. Proven simply by the fact that when I first bought the board, cold booting would 100% not work. I had to let my system warm up for an hour before I could apply OC settings. Now with the latest bios, I can cold boot 2/3 times no problem.

You're acting like im the only person claiming that the bios needs work. I think you need to go back read the previous 900 pages or so.
Edited by AndehX - 4/15/17 at 6:45am
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What is the difference bettwen SVI2 TFN "CPU core voltage" and Vcore voltage in HWinfo?
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Excuse me? My system is perfectly stable. I've ran it at these settings for almost a month now, and not had one crash. the cold boot issue is affecting pretty much everyone who is overclocking on this board. Even the popular youtubers like Jayz2cents has done videos where he mentions cold booting is a problem.
I literally only have to set my DRAM strap to 2933mhz, which is what my memory is rated to run at, and I instantly have cold boot problems.
It's not a stability issue. It's just the bios still being in its infancy. Proven simply by the fact that when I first bought the board, cold booting would 100% not work. I had to let my system warm up for an hour before I could apply OC settings. Now with the latest bios, I can cold boot 2/3 times no problem.

Cold boot means pressing the start button and turning the pc off. Ive had zero issues with that.

The issue people are having is turning off your psu and/or unplugging the power cord, that turns into a bigger issue. Ive had zero cold boot issues but i also dont turn off my psu.

The one time i lost power though i did a single boot loop then started up so there is a slight issue obviously.
    
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