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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 03-16-2019, 07:53 PM - Thread Starter
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Quote: Originally Posted by chrisjames61 View Post
1866? Do you mean 2666?
No, 1866 MHz. My Zenith Extreme MB allows me to set the RAM as low as 1066 MHz.
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post #12 of 15 (permalink) Old 03-26-2019, 03:33 PM
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Maybe you are taking what CPU-Z is reporting 1866 which should be multiplied x2 :O

You are giving effectively speed of 3732... this is too much for IMC. People barely get 3600 with slow timings ;-)

I would suggest to lower it down to 3200 (1600) and slowly up with testing AID64 memory stress test.

This is normal that all slots are getting worse timing.. 2800 wilth all 8 DIMMs I would start or even lower.
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He sais that 3200 is unstable and 1866 stable, I don't think that 1866 is 3733... in this case
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post #14 of 15 (permalink) Old 03-30-2019, 08:16 PM - Thread Starter
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2 weeks in a row without any problems! *knocks on wood*

I'm happy to report that I have been able to successfully render over 20 videos without any issues!

I ended up dropping my OC to 3.9 GHz and got the RAM running at 2933 MHz.

I'm AIDA64 Extreme stable and getting a CINEBENCH score of 3200, which I am very satisfied with. CINEBENCH Extreme score of 870 for those interested.

Thank you to everyone for their input to help me figure this out
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Quote: Originally Posted by Jedi Ryan View Post
I'm happy to report that I have been able to successfully render over 20 videos without any issues!

I ended up dropping my OC to 3.9 GHz and got the RAM running at 2933 MHz.

I'm AIDA64 Extreme stable and getting a CINEBENCH score of 3200, which I am very satisfied with. CINEBENCH Extreme score of 870 for those interested.

Thank you to everyone for their input to help me figure this out

The issue could be with voltage on cpu and your ram combined. You now know what is safe preset for your paltform, so save it somewhere and in spare time start tweaking around.

Remeber my lessons:
1. CPU high voltage make it more stable, it can make it unstable under load due to overheating.
2. Increasing voltage on RAM not always solves the issue, sometimes decresing Soc and Ram voltage is better
3. Use LLC instead of flat flax voltage increase. This can fix your 1 issue.
4. Modify the RAM timings and options instead of lowering the RAM Frequency.
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