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post #21471 of 40899 (permalink) Old 06-29-2017, 10:27 AM
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Don't you mean disabling the Alternative BGS and having BGS enabled like in your screenshot?
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Neither of the BankGroupSwap options should be touched, unless 1 DPC SR modules are used.

For 2 dimm per channel dual rank leave as is, ie UEFI defaults.
For 1 dimm per channel dual rank leave as is, ie UEFI defaults.
For 2 dimm per channel single rank leave as is, ie UEFI defaults.

Only for 1 dimm per channel single rank set as Disabled for both.
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For 2 dimm per channel dual rank leave as is, ie UEFI defaults.
For 1 dimm per channel dual rank leave as is, ie UEFI defaults.
For 2 dimm per channel single rank leave as is, ie UEFI defaults.

Only for 1 dimm per channel single rank set as Disabled for both.
Did I misunderstand what The Stilt mentioned in this post?

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Did I misunderstand what The Stilt mentioned in this post?

See the last sentence in the post, quoted below and my last post.
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Neither of the BankGroupSwap options should be touched, unless 1 DPC SR modules are used.

The post that got Cluko's querying The Stilt was this post. The Stilt used dual rank RAM, 1 dimm per channel (A2 & B2), so he used UEFI defaults basically, ie BGS [Auto] = Enabled, BGSA [Auto] = Disabled.

Then see every other timing setup The Stilt has posted for single rank 1 dimm per channel. UEFI 9943 did not have BGSA option but by default it is off, his app did not show it then, link. This post has 3200/3333 safe/fast timings and RTC updated, link.

Then where members with say single rank 2 dimm per channel have asked The Stilt, the recommendation is as stated before in my post.
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See the last sentence in the post, quoted below and my last post.
The post that got Cluko's querying The Stilt was this post. The Stilt used dual rank RAM, 1 dimm per channel (A2 & B2), so he used UEFI defaults basically, ie BGS [Auto] = Enabled, BGSA [Auto] = Disabled.

Then see every other timing setup The Stilt has posted for single rank 1 dimm per channel. UEFI 9943 did not have BGSA option but by default it is off, his app did not show it then, link. This post has 3200/3333 safe/fast timings and RTC updated, link.

Then where members with say single rank 2 dimm per channel have asked The Stilt, the recommendation is as stated before in my post.
Thank you gupsterg. It seems he meant that having BGSA on will have have the same positive effect as when BGS on and I got confused thinking having it on yields better performance.

Edit: Forgot to ask, how are you finding Bios 1403-SP42M to be? It gave me increased memory performance at the same timings as on 9943 but needed more CPU and SoC voltage to be stable.

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Thank you gupsterg. It seems he meant that having BGSA on will have have the same positive effect as when BGS on and I got confused thinking having it on yields better performance.

No problem smile.gif . "Stuff" can make me go wth.gif at times as well wink.gif and how you state now is how I understood it as well wink.gif .
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Hi,

I am looking for a 32 GB Kit (2x16) that is running on minimum 3200mhz. Preferably with RGB. Is there something like this on the market? I have only found these, but there are no reviews:

https://www.mindfactory.de/product_info.php/32GB-G-Skill-Trident-Z-RGB-DDR4-3200-DIMM-CL14-Dual-Kit_1171420.html
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Edit: Forgot to ask, how are you finding Bios 1403-SP42M to be? It gave me increased memory performance at the same timings as on 9943 but needed more CPU and SoC voltage to be stable.


My 3.8/3333 fast setup is as stable/uses same voltage points between all UEFIs, tested so far.

Meddling around to get 3466MHz tight working I killed an OS blushsmiley.giflachen.gif . 1st time in god knows when, luckily I have image to restore it, using another SSD with clean OS and known good OC profile for now wink.gif .
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same problem here, I hope they sort it out ASAP, it's the only gripe I have with this platform/ motherboard smile.gif
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My 3.8/3333 fast setup is as stable/uses same voltage points between all UEFIs, tested so far.

Meddling around to get 3466MHz tight working I killed an OS blushsmiley.giflachen.gif . 1st time in god knows when, luckily I have image to restore it, using another SSD with clean OS and known good OC profile for now wink.gif .
That's the risk of memory overclocking.
Have you tried testing with the command rate at 2T?

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