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Edit: Yes, the dies are the lower one. Ignore the higher. It is a 27 degree offset just to make sure to leave room for the XFR boost. Nothing to worry about.

Sorry, misread (headache).
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post #22 of 2425
getting frustrated everytime system needs to restart whether update or install of drivers or utilities it will not repost. just black screen with fans maxed out.
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post #23 of 2425
0 issues here right now. thumb.gif
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I can't post at all with 4 different memory configs at all. When 4 slots are populated. Bummer, i guess the only thing to look forward to are my water blocks for Vega.
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My dominators 3466 are running 3200 at the moment, 3466 no boot, probably anyone have a cool tip. I tried some ProcODT settings but no success.
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My dominators 3466 are running 3200 at the moment, 3466 no boot, probably anyone have a cool tip. I tried some ProcODT settings but no success.

not booting past 3200 myself. trident Z 3600 c 16
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My dominators 3466 are running 3200 at the moment, 3466 no boot, probably anyone have a cool tip. I tried some ProcODT settings but no success.

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not booting past 3200 myself. trident Z 3600 c 16
how many memory modules are you guys using?
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post #28 of 2425
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I can't post at all with 4 different memory configs at all. When 4 slots are populated. Bummer, i guess the only thing to look forward to are my water blocks for Vega.

You get similar results in the black and the gray slots? I've had this when using the black slots, all is fine with the gray slots.
post #29 of 2425
i use 2 modules. 3200 without an issue but above it does nothing.
Can you guys explain me why my 1950X have a bad score in the cpu test at time spy? In stock settings i only achieve 6400 Points.
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i use 2 modules. 3200 without an issue but above it does nothing.
Can you guys explain me why my 1950X have a bad score in the cpu test at time spy? In stock settings i only achieve 6400 Points.

It appears that dual channel affects TR performance quite heavily: https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=291116.0
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