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Super Praz! I guess I will keep them and give them a try. Hopefully they work out because I really wanted that C15 ram. The four serial numbers are sequential so hopefully that is in my favor.

Can you give me a link to the post that your picture is in so I can get a better look?
get da quad 3600 c16 kit. make sure its the 2017 anything after oct production

😏😏😏😏😏..
it does 4kc17-17-17-37@1.3v
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Super Praz! I guess I will keep them and give them a try. Hopefully they work out because I really wanted that C15 ram. The four serial numbers are sequential so hopefully that is in my favor.

Can you give me a link to the post that your picture is in so I can get a better look?

Hello

Link below:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1569364/official-intel-ddr4-24-7-memory-stability-thread/4530#post_26219432
post #1273 of 1453
Had some issues with XMP after I built my new rig. PC freeze and crush after enabling XMP, already rma my ram once as it was faulty, new ram still have the same issue.
Currently running bios 0802 on my strix e, I have read that beat 0031 have fixed the issue for some user, is this a confirmed fix?
Ram is Trident Z 3200 mhz (16-18-18-38 @1.35)

Huge noob in overclocking, sorry if I am asking a dumb question
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Originally Posted by sg27216 View Post

Had some issues with XMP after I built my new rig. PC freeze and crush after enabling XMP, already rma my ram once as it was faulty, new ram still have the same issue.
Currently running bios 0802 on my strix e, I have read that beat 0031 have fixed the issue for some user, is this a confirmed fix?
Ram is Trident Z 3200 mhz (16-18-18-38 @1.35)

Huge noob in overclocking, sorry if I am asking a dumb question
set dram ratio 100:133
ram 3200
vdimm 1.35
in your ram timings 16-18-18-38-1T
tfaw 39 all da hynix and ahem even hyundai 3200 ram sticks require tfaw at 39. yeah there are 3200 double sided 16gb hyundai sticks going around.
dram clk 19

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Edited by cstkl1 - 11/22/17 at 5:53pm
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set dram ratio 100:133
ram 3200
vdimm 1.35
in your ram timings 16-18-18-38-1T
tfaw 39 all da hynix and ahem even hyundai 3200 ram sticks require tfaw at 39. yeah there are 3200 double sided 16gb hyundai sticks going around.
dram clk 19

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Thanks for the reply, I will try these settings once i get home from work, will update on results.
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post #1276 of 1453
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I bought two of this GSkill ram kit
https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820232306
because I wanted the C15 @ 3600 and four sticks of DDR4 so I could run quad channel on my R6E. I have read in the ROG forums today that mixing kits can cause stability problems even if the kits are the same part number. Is this really a concern because if it is I can get a refund on the two kits and I will just have to settle for a kit that is C16 @ 3600.

If I need a quad kit then I have a choice between these two. Is there any reason to choose the GSkill over the Corsair kit?

GSkill
https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820232585

Corsair kit
https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820236024

Jpmboy is runing the 3600 C15 mixed kits and has no issues. There is a chance for instability when mixing kits. I have the 32gb 3600 C16 kit and I belive it's the same bin as the C15 kits. I would recomend getting this kit see my OC below. vdiim @1.410v, vsa @ 0.800 and vccio @ 1.010v.



Edited by CptSpig - 11/22/17 at 9:42pm
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Hello,
I am having an issue with a particular build.
I have built probably around 8 systems based on the X299 Prime A, in the last few months. Minus some issues when the 702 bios was temporarily released, they have gone ok. I having some serious issues with a 7900x though. The systems are used for audio/video production. Under loads, I am having problems with the 7900x center (virtual) core (core 10) is spiking VERY bad. It will show 30-40% more usage than all the rest of the cores. This is very abnormal behavior and is causing dropouts, pops, clicks, etc. The biggest problem is that it is intermittent. Sometimes, it will work just fine (all cores fairly "even'), then other times, the center core will be off the chart while doing the exact same tests. It requires a restart to (hopefully) get it to stop.

This is the first build I have done with the 7900x, and is the first time I have seen this. I replaced the motherboard thinking it may the issue. It is still doing it. The problem still makes me think it is hardware, possibly bios related. I am curious if anyone has seen this. Temperatures have been monitored and all seem to be fine. I have tried interfaces via USB, Thunderbolt, internal audio, all the same results.

I am not doing any overclocking, set to "sync all cores", but have tried the other 2 settings, speed stepping and c states are disabled, Thunderbolt enabled. Most everything else is default. Bios 0802.

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https://www.techpowerup.com/239016/researchers-find-glaring-intel-me-security-flaws-company-outs-detection-tool

It is on my system:



Any news on Intel ME drivers on our Asus mb's download page?

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Originally Posted by Jpmboy View Post

same result here. I can check a few other rigs...

Any news?
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Asrock has already updated their bios, hoping Asus will do it quickly
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Asrock has already updated their bios, hoping Asus will do it quickly

Can't find new bios for my Asrock x299 Taichi and z370 Fatality gaming?
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