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Hmm, BCLK at 102 so its at 3264 instead of 3200
Could it be related to auto-overclock - can that determine 17-19-19-37 to be used somehow? I'm just guessing here
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Hmm, BCLK at 102 so its at 3264 instead of 3200
Could it be related to auto-overclock - can that determine 17-19-19-37 to be used somehow? I'm just guessing here

This is correct. ASUS has their new technology software or hardware boost which allows you to select a preset overclock mine is set to 4.59mhz (Preset 4).

When XMP is enabled it seems that it also does an OC on the memory and pushes the timing up by 1 each.

I Called corsair and explained to their tech team and said this is totally normal.

Thoughts??
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Unsure as I have not tried auto-overclocking before
But I imagine the board has to conservatively determine, somehow, what "stable" settings to apply - so it thinks those settings good to go?

BTW your Realbench screenshot shows your board is MSI Z170A XPower Titanium, not ASUS Z170-A redface.gif
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Unsure as I have not tried auto-overclocking before
But I imagine the board has to conservatively determine, somehow, what "stable" settings to apply - so it thinks those settings good to go?

BTW your Realbench screenshot shows your board is MSI Z170A XPower Titanium, not ASUS Z170-A redface.gif

Haha whoops thank you.

Yes I'm sure it's being conservative, I just want to know how much the bump up in timings affects the performance - I imagine it's not even noticeable?

16-18-18-36 to 17-19-19-37
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By rough calculation, first word latency 10.0ns vs 10.4ns - real world latency I dunno, but guessing you won't notice the difference in games

But it would be better to post your CPU-Z SPD info for wingman99 or others to confirm - as up to now I'm only speculating & not expert by any measure
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