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I have a similar kit Trident Z RGB with the same timings and a 1700x with the same mobo and Bios and I can't even post with those timings and soc set to 1.0.... Still stuck at 2933

Try setting VTTDDR voltage to 0.675 as someone earlier in this thread said. VTTDR voltage should be half of your memory voltage.
post #282 of 841
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Originally Posted by AceRimmer View Post

I have a similar kit Trident Z RGB with the same timings and a 1700x with the same mobo and Bios and I can't even post with those timings and soc set to 1.0.... Still stuck at 2933

With exatcly same parts (1700x + Prime + TridentZ RGB) with DOCP profile everything is perfect.

Have you tried using slots 2 and 4 instead of 1 and 3?

And looks like you don't using BIOS 0604, in this version SOC voltage on Auto is 1.1v or you set the SOC voltage manually?
post #283 of 841
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If you want to answer your question why don't you just run some benchmarks?

Yeah, that is what is strange, ADSSD shows that it is slower than the Sandisk SSD but, I can physically see that it is not, just strange. biggrin.gif Could be the controller that WD uses but hey, I am happy. smile.gif
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Can i connect fans to the water pump and aio headers? I want to buy 2 coolermaster jetflo 120 fans for the front of my case and connect using a splitter but i don't know how many amps the chassis fan headers can take.
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Originally Posted by magnusavr View Post

Try setting VTTDDR voltage to 0.675 as someone earlier in this thread said. VTTDR voltage should be half of your memory voltage.

I tried that no luck, the machine just beeps three times then resets. It will do this 3 times, then on the 4th time it beeps once and resets back to bios with overclocking failed.
post #286 of 841
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Originally Posted by NeoConker View Post

With exatcly same parts (1700x + Prime + TridentZ RGB) with DOCP profile everything is perfect.

Have you tried using slots 2 and 4 instead of 1 and 3?

And looks like you don't using BIOS 0604, in this version SOC voltage on Auto is 1.1v or you set the SOC voltage manually?

I am using 0604, I've tried the ram in slots 1-3 and 2-4 neither made a difference. SOC voltage manually set to 1.1 made no difference, set to auto made no difference. Just beeps three times then resets, it does this 3 times then on the 4th time it beeps once and resets back to Bios with overclocking failed message.
post #287 of 841
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Can i connect fans to the water pump and aio headers? I want to buy 2 coolermaster jetflo 120 fans for the front of my case and connect using a splitter but i don't know how many amps the chassis fan headers can take.

Yes, I've attached my rear exhaust to the AIO header (because the Chassis1 header is a bit further away), and one of my intakes to the Water Pump header. I noticed the one attached to water pump has a slightly higher rpm than the other fan (same model) that's attached to Chassis2 (1180rpm for Chassis2 vs 1210 rpm for WPump).

It probably provides slightly more voltage because it's expecting a larger load and some voltage drop, but I doubt it will hurt the fan. It's the bearing wearing out that kills fans, not the voltage. Although it is spinning 2.5% faster so it might die 2.5% sooner than the other one, but that's not really a consideration (for me anyway).
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Can i connect fans to the water pump and aio headers? I want to buy 2 coolermaster jetflo 120 fans for the front of my case and connect using a splitter but i don't know how many amps the chassis fan headers can take.
I believe the spec on the fan headers are 1A for all except the W_Pump header which is rated at 3A. Should be no problem twinning your typical case fans to a fan splitter unless you are trying to run some Delta 38mm monsters. Most case fans only pull 0.2A - 0.3A.
post #289 of 841
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Originally Posted by bios_R_us View Post

Hi,

Very late reply but if you see this - I have the same kit, got it working 2933 14-17-17-35. If I try the rated speeds (15-17-17-35) it actually boots with CL16, annoyingly.

Sadly, It only boots from time to time, like other mentions around here for the cold boot issue. But when it does, 2933 is CL14 is stable.

I've tried bot the latest BIOS (0604) and the previous one (0515), pretty much the same results. It's very annoying as it's so smooth when it does run at 2933 CL14.

Cheers.

Can you tell us exactly what you put in Bios i got exact ram but 32GB. I wanna run my rated speeds.
Edited by d875j - 4/19/17 at 10:17pm
post #290 of 841
New AI suite is up.

It won't be a big difference.

If you wanna upgrade make sure to:

- Turn off the machine and start from there, the BIOS can get the fans stuck and the AI suite will not install properly.

- Make sure you uninstall the previous version AND delete the AI suite II and III in the ASUS folder in programfiles x86

- Manually delete the services in the registry (HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services)

I had a real headache installing this. No less than 20 restarts until I did what I described.

Good luck!
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