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Quick question, do I need to plug in the extra cpu power 4 pin eps connector?
if your PSU has an 8 and an 8+4, plug them both in. Why would you not use both if the PSU has 'em?

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Few more DRAM timing presets:

Hynix AFR, 1DPC SR

"Safe"



- ProcODT 60 Ohms
- DRAM Voltage / DRAM Boot Voltage 1.340V (keep these syncronized at all times)
- VDDCR_SOC 1.025V

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- ProcODT 60 Ohms
- DRAM Voltage / DRAM Boot Voltage 1.405V (keep these syncronized at all times)
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Awesome, any future potential for DR kit timings?

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Awesome, any future potential for DR kit timings?

As long as you figure out the correct ProcODT value (and possibly CLDO_VDDP), the timings themselves should work fine on dual rank modules as well.
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As long as you figure out the correct ProcODT value (and possibly CLDO_VDDP), the timings themselves should work fine on dual rank modules as well.

Not sure if it's unique to DR or it's just my kit but any timings I set at 3200MHz spit errors out in Memtest like crazy.
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The above is what I can get away with at 3066MHz but with all the timings at XMP settings or looser (CAS18, tRFC @ 560, etc) no matter what I change I can't seem to get it stable.

If I use @Ramad's settings I can get ProcODT to 68.6Ohm otherwise 80-96Ohm is what I need, haven't yet experimented with CLDO_VDDP but I can't see it being the difference between getting no errors with Memtest and getting 2-3 errors every few seconds.

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Are your modules AFR or MFR based?
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Are your modules AFR or MFR based?

MFR-based, 3200C16 kit (16-18-18-38-2T)

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MFR-based, 3200C16 kit (16-18-18-38-2T)

Then 14 CLK tCL is most likely too tight for them.
Increase tCL to 16 CLKs and tRFC to e.g. to 500 CLK / 300ns.

Also I would highly recommend restoring all of the CAD and Rtt related values back to Auto-settings. These values cannot substitute the correct ProcODT value.

If none of these work, try increasing tRDRDSCL and tWRWRSCL to 5 or 6 CLK.
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Then 14 CLK tCL is most likely too tight for them.
Increase tCL to 16 CLKs and tRFC to e.g. to 500 CLK / 300ns.

Also I would highly recommend restoring all of the CAD and Rtt related values back to Auto-settings. These values cannot substitute the correct ProcODT value.

Oh those aren't the timings I'm trying to use for 3200MHz, that was just an example of what I can achieve 100% stable at 3066MHz, my BCLK is at 100MHz.

Here are the timings I used to boot into Windows with 3200 which gave me Memtest errors and corrupted some files:
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And some tighter ones that also worked: (for booting in, not stability, though stability didn't seem too phased by the timings no matter how loose they were set.)
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I'll test again but last I recall I wasn't even able to boot into Windows with these timings without the Ramad Rtt settings.

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Ok.
Which bioses have you tried, in the recent history?
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Ok.
Which bioses have you tried, in the recent history?

9945, then 1401 and now 1403. As far as memory compatibility goes they're all the same. Before 9945 I hadn't tried these specific timings but I couldn't really get to 2933/3066 before that BIOS version anyway (The board had 1201 when I bought it and I went straight to 9945).

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