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Wow that sucks! I tried 0604 today and had issues booting above 2400 whereas my RAM was fine on 2933 on 0515. I was able to immediately downgrade to 0515 though without issues and return to 2933Mhz.

Same issue with my Kingston Predator 3200 modules HX432C16PB3K2/16. On 1505 it was rock solid on 2933, booted but later failed on 3200, with this 0604 update it only beeps 3 anything above 2400. Must downgrade ASAP...
post #222 of 734
What is everyone seeing for PCH/VRM temps?

Mine seems to stay at a constant 50, increasing to 54-56 during extended benchmarking. Happy to see it does not increase all that much during 100% loads, but I would like to see the idle temps be a little lower.
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IBT AVX @1.375V
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RealBench @ 1.350V
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Chokes got up around 80°C
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post #224 of 734
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Is that for a stable fully loaded system for those aggressive timings? I have the TridentZ 3600 CL16 memory and am interested in dropping my timings to your settings for an experiment. But I won't even try unless you say that is for a fully loaded production system and not just a benching experiment or can just boot into Windows.
OK so today it decided not to boot. For some reason everytime I boot from cold it sets the CAS to 16. Just doesn't want to go below that. I'm now running it @ 16-13-13-13-32 1.35v. SOC 1.125v. I think i can put the SOC voltage lower but cba to run memtest again. It boots from cold at these settings. Now I just have to stress test it. Oh yh and does anyone know how to check if your ram is running at 1T or 2T?
post #225 of 734
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Originally Posted by hang10z View Post

What is everyone seeing for PCH/VRM temps?

Mine seems to stay at a constant 50, increasing to 54-56 during extended benchmarking. Happy to see it does not increase all that much during 100% loads, but I would like to see the idle temps be a little lower.
My PCH temps have always been in the range of 50-54° C. 50 on idle and 54 when fully loaded. Doesn't seem to change much.
post #226 of 734
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OK so today it decided not to boot. For some reason everytime I boot from cold it sets the CAS to 16. Just doesn't want to go below that. I'm now running it @ 16-13-13-13-32 1.35v. SOC 1.125v. I think i can put the SOC voltage lower but cba to run memtest again. It boots from cold at these settings. Now I just have to stress test it. Oh yh and does anyone know how to check if your ram is running at 1T or 2T?

I think I am happy where I'm at with running the memory at manufacturer timing specifications .... for now. I will for sure give it at try at 3600 Mhz when the May AGESA/BIOS firmware drops.
post #227 of 734
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Originally Posted by hang10z View Post

What is everyone seeing for PCH/VRM temps?

Mine seems to stay at a constant 50, increasing to 54-56 during extended benchmarking. Happy to see it does not increase all that much during 100% loads, but I would like to see the idle temps be a little lower.

Mine is stuck at 60, it was at 50 on BIOS 0515

What is that exactly?
Edited by SaccoSVD - 4/11/17 at 10:19pm
post #228 of 734
I'm very glad with BIOS 0604, now the GSkill 3200 C14 works perfect with DOCP, It's no longer necessary to set the settings manually.



By the way, I saw some benchmarks with a lower latency, like 68ns, how can I lower?
post #229 of 734
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I'm very glad with BIOS 0604, now the GSkill 3200 C14 works perfect with DOCP, It's no longer necessary to set the settings manually.



By the way, I saw some benchmarks with a lower latency, like 68ns, how can I lower?
I think I have seen comments that using the Performance profiles in the BIOS can improve the latency. Have you tried the Aida64/Geekbench profile yet?
post #230 of 734
hell no. i see no improvement at all from AGESA update. now i got 91.5nS instead of 90nS! and no more 2666 CL14! FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF:sozo:
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