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Start with just the CPU for now. Turn Off XMP and set it to 2133 while trying to get the max clocks for your CPU. Deal with the memory later. thumb.gif
Edited by mus1mus - 4/12/17 at 7:53pm
post #512 of 1597
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What do you mean by "hardest one to dial"? What happens when you select a speed above 2400?

Hardest to OC on this platform. Hynix can't go past 2400 MHz on my system. No timings nor Voltage can fix them.

F9 boot loop for me.
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F9 boot loop for me.

Can you please describe this?

For me, I can set them at 3000 and the system takes 4 or 5 tries to turn on, but it boots eventually and it shows up a srunning at 3000 in Gigabyte apps, but not in CPU-Z, where it is always 1064.

I will try manually setting 1200 though. That would be a really nice boost.
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Can you please describe this?

For me, I can set them at 3000 and the system takes 4 or 5 tries to turn on, but it boots eventually and it shows up a srunning at 3000 in Gigabyte apps, but not in CPU-Z, where it is always 1064.

I will try manually setting 1200 though. That would be a really nice boost.

I described it here: http://www.overclock.net/attachments/47329
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Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
UPDATE: F9 issues smile.gif

For those who have no access to a debug speaker, but are keen enough to observe the board behaviour relating to F9 boot loop issue, I have found 2 distinct characteristics of the mentioned fault.

1. F9 (3 beeps) > board restart > F9 > board restart loop.
This is the loop I have mentioned in the guide above.

Assumption: CAS Latency too low.

Fix: Increase CAS Latency value in the Memory Settings a step.

So uf your previous setting as 3200-14-14-14-14-34 fails with the loop described, try to set it to 3200-15-15-15-15-35 and try to reboot. It will likely default to 16-15-15-15 anyway. smile.gif

2. F9 (continues 3-beep sequence) > Q-Code shuffle > F9 > Q-Code Shuffle loop

This one differs from the issue mentioned above as this doesn't force a board restart.

Assumption: TRCD and/or TRP too low. Usually, TRCD.

Now this is the tricky part as it is not shown as TRCD in the BIOS. But rather, TRCDRD.

This became apparent when I am tweaking my timings for the Micron Kit I have posted.

The said kit accepts (boots normally) with timings 16-20-20-20-36. But fails to boot into Windows with 18-18-18-18-38, but works okay again with 16-19-8-16-36.

See the pattern?

Hopefully this helps.
Memory OC end Result using Micron chips (Click to show)

F9 is caused by a memory training issue. If the memory cannot pass memory training, it will try to reboot 3 times. After the 3rd, it will revert back to 2133 clock speed. Try the tips above and see if you can raise your to 2666 if not 2933. The Hynix kit I have tested were dual sided sticks and only rated for 2400MHz.
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I described it here: http://www.overclock.net/attachments/47329
F9 is caused by a memory training issue. If the memory cannot pass memory training, it will try to reboot 3 times. After the 3rd, it will revert back to 2133 clock speed. Try the tips above and see if you can raise your to 2666 if not 2933. The Hynix kit I have tested were dual sided sticks and only rated for 2400MHz.

Thanks! I am running at 2400 now and I will try to push up further.
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I might have to update the guide with the F9 issue and add the E6 halt when doing bclk. rolleyes.gif
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Stressing and seeing if you've won silicon lottery is stressful hahaha


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I described it here: http://www.overclock.net/attachments/47329
F9 is caused by a memory training issue. If the memory cannot pass memory training, it will try to reboot 3 times. After the 3rd, it will revert back to 2133 clock speed. Try the tips above and see if you can raise your to 2666 if not 2933. The Hynix kit I have tested were dual sided sticks and only rated for 2400MHz.

I was able to run it a 2666, but not 2933. I might try pushing volts up to 1.4.
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I was able to run it a 2666, but not 2933. I might try pushing volts up to 1.4.

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Nice! Hynix loves a bit of Voltage.
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I managed to get a conplete standard IBT run with LLC extreme, standard vcore and offset +0,00625. Temps are a good 3-4C lower than my usual 1.436v so this is a progress. AIDA64 is running and stressing while I'm away. Lets hope it stays alive!

Good Idea on the LLC extreme!

edit: And after 3h AIDA64 stress test, the system is still up and running. Tctl max was 91.1C, Tdie max was 71.9C, VRM MOS was 58C max.

Very good. Maybe I can even try to go furthter than 3.9Ghz, which is something I never expected to be able.

Mus1mus gets another +1 rep for this. thumb.gif
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