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post #11 of 17
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My corsair Dominator Platinum @3200Mhz needs those voltages suggested but every CPU is different, perhaps ask this question on the Kabylake overclocking thread as there are members there that know more than me regarding memory smile.gif

thanks, but no luck. Even tried upping DRAM to 1.4V ... at 3200 I cant even boot frown.gif

Could you possibly point me to the Kabylake OC thread?

thanks again!
post #12 of 17
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thanks, but no luck. Even tried upping DRAM to 1.4V ... at 3200 I cant even boot frown.gif

Could you possibly point me to the Kabylake OC thread?

thanks again!
No problem try this http://www.overclock.net/t/1621347/kaby-lake-overclocking-guide-with-statistics/4280#post_26355055
Some the members on this thread are very switched on with memory overclocking which is essentially what you are doing smile.gif
post #13 of 17
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Small update:
I found in 2 items in device manager that said Intel Xenon etc etc 5th/6th Gen Gaussian Mixture model and PCIE Controller.

I found the newer drivers on MS side for 6th/7th Gen ... replaced those. And now also got 6th/7th Gen Host Bridge/DRAM Registers which wasnt there before!

Maybe Windows didn't completely "update" for the new 7700k?

It SEEMS that 3000Mhz now runs on 15-15-15-36 timings @ 1.36V. Stress-tested for 45min.
Still getting a BSOD occasionally while doing excel... just makes no sense!

However: I can no longer get into BIOS with DEL or ESC lol - ONLY through the option via MSI Fast-Boot in Windows.

Also the CPU can't be OC'd whatsoever - even if I type multiplier 45 or 46 and raise VCore - it only runs at 4400Mhz no matter what.
Seems like the MOBO has an issue?
Edited by Matce - 9/23/17 at 11:14pm
post #14 of 17
When you changed the CPU's did you Clear CMOS? If you didn't you need to and than work on any overclocking than, also with such a hardware change you really should do a fresh install of windows to stop with driver conflicts.
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post #15 of 17
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Hi, yes cleared the BIOS.

There seems to be an issue with either RAM or MoBo.

I have a 6700, 7700 and 7700K now.

Even tho the 6700 ran with 3466Mhz for 8 month, it wont do so now anymore.

The 7700 runs on 3066Mhz PERFECT, but when I pop in the 7700K it crashes in Windows.

Just weird!!!
post #16 of 17
I would reseat the CPU and check for damaged motherboard pins
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post #17 of 17
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Tried. I now have 3 different CPUs in there...
7700k MAX stable at 2800
7700 MAX stable 3066
6700 same - this one did 3466 for 8 month, no issue!
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