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post #421 of 734
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Originally Posted by eyetrippy View Post

Oh, I have given everything more voltage - and sometimes more than I was at all comfortable with biggrin.gif

I'm running mine (Corsair Vengeance LED 3000mhz) at 1.35V
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Originally Posted by eyetrippy View Post

Man you're lucky.

I can only sometimes manage to boot my system with my 64GB at 2666. But no matter how high I throw voltages, etc, it always bombs out eventually.

I'm seriously toying with getting the crosshair. Seems like chances of getting better BIOS sooner are greater with that board.

Can you give us all your settings? maybe your problem is not the RAM.

To me the key element was BIOS 0604

Here my RAM is set to:

Manual (no DOCP) set at 2666
1.35V
15,17,17,17,35

Nothing else needed to have it running at 2666 (all my other settings are relevant to my CPU OC)

Corsair vengeance LED 3000mhz (really not the "best" RAM for Ryzen, is not even made for Ryzen)...I thought I was never gonna run it higher than 2133 and each BIOS helped me to run it faster and faster.

It was ****ty with the first two BIOSes. I needed to slacken the timings and couldn't run higher than 2133 with the first BIOS and only 2400 with the next BIOS prior to 0604
Edited by SaccoSVD - 4/29/17 at 6:58am
post #422 of 734
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i dismantled mine to change the thermal paste, turns out they uses thermal pad. i didnt measure the thickness but i guess, it's 1mm thick

Did you replace the thermal pad to thermal paste? Did you see any improvement after doing so?
post #423 of 734
To hell with it, bought the Crosshair

As for my ram, is HyperX Predator 3000MHz 4x16GB kit

I can (sometimes) boot into Windows and stress for a bit but takes 1.5V on ram, with SOC running 1.1V with LLC, upped all the other voltages relevant to memory.

Nothing will keep it stable at anything over 2400 - but before 0604 I couldn't even dream of getting it to 2666.
post #424 of 734
That one seems to be 15,15,15,15,35

Did you try 15,17,17,17,35?

Here SOC or RAM voltage (other than factory rated 1.35V) didn't really make any difference.
post #425 of 734
Could you guys please tell me what are your voltages for +12V,+5V and +3.3V?

Here they are:

+12V: 11.837V (can get as low as 11.772V)
+5V: 4.960V (as low as 4.932V)
+3.3V: 3.270V (low 3.248V)

I'm trying to see if my old PSU is well, getting old and not delivering enough. It will be useful for all to know.
post #426 of 734
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Did you replace the thermal pad to thermal paste? Did you see any improvement after doing so?

nope. if i replace them w/ thermal paste only, it will leave a big gap between them. most likely the chip will be toast in a minute
i'm considering copper shim to replace the thermal pad since finding a good thermal pad is extremely difficult here
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nope. if i replace them w/ thermal paste only, it will leave a big gap between them. most likely the chip will be toast in a minute
i'm considering copper shim to replace the thermal pad since finding a good thermal pad is extremely difficult here

Mmmm if that's so, that means the heatsink doesn't even have the right pressure against the chip. Hence the high temperature.
post #428 of 734
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Could you guys please tell me what are your voltages for +12V,+5V and +3.3V?

Here they are:

+12V: 11.837V (can get as low as 11.772V)
+5V: 4.960V (as low as 4.932V)
+3.3V: 3.270V (low 3.248V)

I'm trying to see if my old PSU is well, getting old and not delivering enough. It will be useful for all to know.

I'm 11.963
4.959
3.313
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post #429 of 734
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Could you guys please tell me what are your voltages for +12V,+5V and +3.3V?

Here they are:

+12V: 11.837V (can get as low as 11.772V)
+5V: 4.960V (as low as 4.932V)
+3.3V: 3.270V (low 3.248V)

I'm trying to see if my old PSU is well, getting old and not delivering enough. It will be useful for all to know.
here's my measurements : (DMM / Software)
+12v : 12.18 / 12.03
+5v : 5.082 / 5.041
+3.3v : / 3.29

havent measured the 3.3v since i only measured them from molex plug biggrin.gif
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Mmmm if that's so, that means the heatsink doesn't even have the right pressure against the chip. Hence the high temperature.

that might be the case!
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I'm 11.963
4.959
3.313

Is that a new or old PSU?
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