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Right now I'm running 7 instances of memtest HCI at 2048, and an 8th with the remaining memory available. After 10+ hours of that, should prove my 3200MHz settings to be perfectly fine.

I tried lower timings of 14-12-12-12-28-1t, posted just fine, even cinebench fine, but failed after 1 minute of memtest HCI.
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nice, what about doing some gameplay benchmarks? and on your 3930k you did IPC benchmark with cpuz but you didnt with the ryzen cpu... iwould be nice to see that aswell.

Still testing other things. I'll run time spy later for a "gaming benchmark". I have a GTX 680, so nothing would be spectacular there. I'm mostly looking at CPU benchmarks.
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Crystal Disk Mark with some common file sizes I transfer. Most important to me is the 32GB transfers, as that is the 4K video I am compressing.

C: 960 Evo 500GB, D: MegaRAID 10 WD Black 1TB, E: MegaRAID 0 840 Pro 256GB

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You going to put one of the test BIOSes on your beast? I've got 0081 on mine.
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You going to put one of the test BIOSes on your beast? I've got 0081 on mine.

Already have. It let me push my memory to 3400MHz. Now testing 4.043GHz and 106.4MHz BCLK. Had to raise my SOC from .95v to 1.0v, and memory from 1.35 to 1.375v.

I kept the same low timings. Running memtest HCI for 10 hours.

Edit: version 0079
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Already have. It let me push my memory to 3400MHz. Now testing 4.043GHz and 106.4MHz BCLK. Had to raise my SOC from .95v to 1.0v, and memory from 1.35 to 1.375v.

I kept the same low timings. Running memtest HCI for 10 hours.

Edit: version 0079

So I got the memory stable just fine, but could not do it for the CPU, too much voltage. Going back to my proven settings.
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Had to bump up my core voltage one notch to +0.2000v since changing to 0079. Other people on the C6H thread have been reporting similar behavior, needing more volts to make their previously stable OC, stable again.



I did see a small performance boost in AIDA Memory and Cache benchmark.

Just updated to Creators edition, so I'll post updated benchmarks about that later.
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