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Sweet, those are just suggestions for ProcODT. The Stilt and Raja@Asus repeatedly stated in C6H thread that really what is right is what you test and need. Yeah real pain but it's price we gotta pay if OC'ing/Tweaking redface.gif .
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post #12 of 1761
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Sweet, those are just suggestions for ProcODT. The Stilt and Raja@Asus repeatedly stated in C6H thread that really what is right is what you test and need. Yeah real pain but it's price we gotta pay if OC'ing/Tweaking redface.gif .

That's ok. Happy to pay that price smile.gif

I'm just surprised it differs from X370 that much. BTW, in case anyone was wondering, RTC works on X399 as well.
post #13 of 1761
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I guess the mobo/CPU creates the variation if you are using same RAM kit.

I know on same C6H/RAM but differing CPU I needed differing ProcODT to attain highest RAM clock compared with another CPU, upto ~3500MHz was what I went for.
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I was able to achieve a 4.1ghz overclock on my 1920X at 1.33v

I set power delivery settings from Standard to Optimized, which may bump voltage to 1.35v to maintain stability, as well as throughput from 100% to 110%



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post #15 of 1761
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I was able to achieve a 4.1ghz overclock on my 1920X at 1.33v

I set power delivery settings from Standard to Optimized, which may bump voltage to 1.35v to maintain stability, as well as throughput from 100% to 110%




What type of G-Skill Trident Z RAM are you using?
post #16 of 1761
My 24/7 settings from the C6H (3066, 16-16-16 2T) are now stable with 68.6ohm. 3200 seems tricky and may require Bus tinkering, as I always get an occasional error in Memtest sooner or later.

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Edited by Sicness - 8/18/17 at 4:30pm
post #17 of 1761
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What type of G-Skill Trident Z RAM are you using?
Those are F4-3200C16_-8GTZR, if I read the label correctly. Waiting for more board comparisons to dive in, and a binned CPU, but then will join and am transplanting my 4133 Trident Z (CL19 21-21). I've gotten 3733 on a Maximus VIII Extreme with CL14. I had 4K working, but no improvement in performance with the looser latency. So, those 4 dimms are making the move and that build is being retired to another project!biggrin.gif
post #18 of 1761
Up and running. Using the X62 to cool, anyone else getting high temps? Like... I'm sitting @ 65C @ idle?! CPU @ 3.9ghz... rolleyes.gif

EDIT: So idk to go by cam software or HW monitor, maybe it's an offset thing here that's throwing me off?


Edited by alucardis666 - 8/18/17 at 7:53pm
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Originally Posted by alucardis666 View Post

Up and running. Using the X62 to cool, anyone else getting high temps? Like... I'm sitting @ 65C @ idle?! CPU @ 3.9ghz... rolleyes.gif

EDIT: So idk to go by cam software or HW monitor, maybe it's an offset thing here that's throwing me off?


27C offset from the junction to get the die temp. The new HWinfo should have both listed.

Edit: Cam is correct and the HWinfo is showing the junction temp, which is made to kick the fans up higher. If you subtract 27C from it, you get the cam temp (actually 36.5, but close enough).
Edited by ajc9988 - 8/18/17 at 7:59pm
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Originally Posted by ajc9988 View Post

27C offset from the junction to get the die temp. The new HWinfo should have both listed.

Edit: Cam is correct and the HWinfo is showing the junction temp, which is made to kick the fans up higher. If you subtract 27C from it, you get the cam temp (actually 36.5, but close enough).

Just updated. It's now showing both. So just disregard the higher one? lol.
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