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post #5601 of 5985
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Very nice binned b-dies it seems smile.gif
to be honest. its not. but ty for noticing it. and da mesh 32 1.02 😏😏😏😏😏...
Edited by cstkl1 - 11/23/17 at 2:47am
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post #5602 of 5985
You mesh is good but best kits on the market are:
DDR4-4000 (PC4-32000)
CL18-19-19-39
1.35 Volt

Your 17-17-17-37 1T 1.3v is very good. You should be able to run 4200/4333 cl15 with ~1.5v
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post #5603 of 5985
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You mesh is good but best kits on the market are:
DDR4-4000 (PC4-32000)
CL18-19-19-39
1.35 Volt

Your 17-17-17-37 1T 1.3v is very good. You should be able to run 4200/4333 cl15 with ~1.5v

"Best"

3600 c15 and 4600c19 is "best" too smile.gif
post #5604 of 5985
I mean sold as 4000 kits....
There are 3200c14 doing 4200c15 and vise versa, but highly binned chips are for hi frequency models IMO could not be so...but 4000 17-17-17 for quad channel and only 1.3v is very good achievement not to mention sub-timings and Mesh OC memtest stable. Not many kits out there are capable doing this with such low Vdimm thumb.gif
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post #5605 of 5985
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You mesh is good but best kits on the market are:
DDR4-4000 (PC4-32000)
CL18-19-19-39
1.35 Volt

Your 17-17-17-37 1T 1.3v is very good. You should be able to run 4200/4333 cl15 with ~1.5v
thats how one 8700k died. was doing 4200c18@1.3v

god rest his soul.
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post #5606 of 5985
It wasn't voltage that killed him rather than my finger pushing the SMD while delidding...(If you're mentioning of course my previous CPU rolleyes.gif)
Anyway since almost 30 years overclocking experience didn't killed many components with overvolting them rather than my own stupidity/neglect biggrin.gif
Not a pity for this CPU the new one is better delidded and it's just a plain HW and hobby for me throwing money on it ... sometimes more or less ... let it be ...: D
Edited by DStealth - 11/23/17 at 3:52am
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post #5607 of 5985
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It wasn't voltage that killed him rather than my finger pushing the SMD while delidding...(If you're mentioning of course my previous CPU:rolleyes:)
Anyway since almost 30 years overclocking experience didn't killed many components with overvolting them rather than my own stupidity/neglect biggrin.gif
Not a pity for this CPU the new one is better delidded and it's just a plain HW and hobby for me throwing money on it ... sometimes more or less ... let it be ...: D
lol
8700k u got to redo the skews/training for every multiplier after 50 if i dont want to compensate with overvolting the cpu/vccio/vcssa .. was at 5.3ghz 1.36v at time pronounced dead..

currently got another low vid cpu but this one the imc even more pickier than the cpu that was decaying.. so just plugged it a 3200 c16 kit ( god damn hyundai) .. n just call it a day.
Edited by cstkl1 - 11/23/17 at 3:58am
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post #5608 of 5985
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8700k u got to redo the skews/training for every multiplier after 50 if i dont want to compensate with overvolting the cpu/vccio/vcssa .. .
Would you mind elaborate this with more details please, not sure understand what you mean tongue.gif
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post #5609 of 5985
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Would you mind elaborate this with more details please, not sure understand what you mean tongue.gif
sorry reread what u wrote. too sleepy.

well trying to maintain a multiplier scaling of 0.04 each 0.1ghz after 50.. u will run into alot of ram related errors that indicate issues with ringbus etc etc.
u can solve it by going more than 0.04v or overvolting the vccio/vcssa that was stable for your ram speed on a lower cpu multiplier
but if you are more invested. skews/odt/rtl helps a ton without the need of overvolting those three voltages.
the headache in z370 is disable default training settings. alot of them are on certain scenario basis only. turning the irrelevant ones.. u get a faster boot up, higher stability. that part was a nightmare for z370.
Edited by cstkl1 - 11/23/17 at 4:38am
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post #5610 of 5985
Wouldn't be easier for you to get the maximum stable desired OC with overvolting them(vccio/vcssa) to let say 1.25/1.3v and after this reducing to stability levels than finding stability @5ghz and increasing them for each 100mhz with 0.04v . Don't get it sorry. Maybe you too sleepy and your explanation for:
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8700k u got to redo the skews/training for every multiplier after 50 if i dont want to compensate with overvolting the cpu/vccio/vcssa .. .
Is not understandable to me. Anyway thanks for trying maybe tomorrow you can write better explanation for this "skews/training" biggrin.gif
Edited by DStealth - 11/23/17 at 4:37am
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