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post #3161 of 3194 (permalink) Old 04-02-2019, 12:29 AM
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AZEA is rather resignated for watercooling builds then fan cards..

I hear ya, but then that would make all the new ASUS Flagship boards like the Maximus, Crosshair, STRIX, etc also designated to be Water Cooled boards. I mean it isn't that far off to think so, seeing as how SLI/NVLink is not supported on any new games without having to hand configure the newer AAA titels. That being said it does reduce the amount of available configurations to a minimum. Meaning less choices, more profit for the big guys...
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post #3162 of 3194 (permalink) Old 04-05-2019, 01:56 AM
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ZEA 128G Memory Overclock. (Disclaimer - I am a bit of a newbie to mem OC. )

ZEA with TR 2950X running stock. Have 8 x G.Skill f4-3200C16-16GTRX 16GB RAM modules for a total of 128GB RAM. XMP2-3200 is rated at 16-18-18-38-56.

When I had 64G (4 sticks) I could run at XMP2-3200 no problems on my ZE and then my ZEA. But when I enable XMP on 128G RAM I get Windows Stop errors.

Doing a manual overclock I can get to 2666 - 16-15-15-36-63 by manually setting the frequency and leaving everything else at auto. Trying 2800 I get STOP errors straight away.

I notice in the ASUS ZEA manual that they say something along the lines of running 128G of RAM OC'd would require serious cooling. My cooling is fairly robust with a ASUS ROG Ryujin 360 and a well ventilated case.

Is there any timings I should try to improve stability or is 2666 with that much RAM the best I should expect?
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You might try the DRAM calculator to find the memory settings that will allow that much RAM to run. You are pushing the IMC to its limits. I would have an additional fan blowing on the RAM and I would also try bumping the ProcODT up to maybe 68 ohms. Maybe some other forum members with all 8 RAM slots populated can jump in with their experiences and settings.

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Hello Y'all,

Finally got my replacement CPU and although I haven't played with XFR or OC the CPU it is extremely stable at 3.4 Ghz on my new ZEA. The enermax liqtech ii 360 is decent at this speed. Now that I know the CPU is stable I want to overclock the RAM, up to this point I've been using 2x F4-3200C14D-16GTZRX for a total of 32GB with quad channel support. Bought and ran karhu ram test (as suggested by @gupsterg ) on stock jdec speeds 2133 for a few hours and 0 errors were found so I did what any same human being would do and use DOCP Standard on ASUS Mobo to get 3200 speeds at 14-14-14-48 timings.... and seems stable (have been using this almost daily without paying much attention + on ZE) but when I go to run karhu ram test it gets to about 10 mins before finding a single error... checked with the website and karhu said 1 Error = BAD OC.... so back to the drawing board. DRAM Calculator input all the info and tried safe preset ran it and surprised that it got closed to 35 mins when it found an error....GRRRRR. As I am new to OC RAM how should I go about this? Should I work based on ASUS DOCP or using DRAM Calculator? Do Y'all use every timing preset it spits out? or do you leave some setting on auto? Open to all suggestions! Thanks

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I don't know what the ZEA offers in the BIOS. Does it have any of the Stilt memory pre-sets like the Crosshair VII Hero? I use the Stilts 3466 B-die SR @1.4V preset with great results. I run nothing but Linux now but I did run the motherboard on Windows 10 in the past. For my Asrock X399 Fatality Pro Gaming motherboard, I just use the Calculator's 3400 Fast settings and it is 24/7 stable with no errors. Just use GSAT and Prime95 for quick testing but it runs stable with no errors on my normal distributed computing workload. Running 2x F4-3200C14D-16GTZ kits for 32GB of memory.

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I don't know what the ZEA offers in the BIOS. Does it have any of the Stilt memory pre-sets like the Crosshair VII Hero? I use the Stilts 3466 B-die SR @1.4V preset with great results. I run nothing but Linux now but I did run the motherboard on Windows 10 in the past. For my Asrock X399 Fatality Pro Gaming motherboard, I just use the Calculator's 3400 Fast settings and it is 24/7 stable with no errors. Just use GSAT and Prime95 for quick testing but it runs stable with no errors on my normal distributed computing workload. Running 2x F4-3200C14D-16GTZ kits for 32GB of memory.
This is great! Using "Stilt's Safe 3200 1.4v" got me to stability with trident z at their rated speeds 0 error in 1 hour with 2500%+ coverage for a stable overclock of 98+% which is a good stepping stone. Sadly any other preset leads to errors, even "Stilt's Fast 3200 1.4v" which is sad as this memory is specially binned for ryzen (I paid the premium for the compatibility) as these are samsung B-die single rank 4x8GB I was hoping to OC higher (I must add my CPU is running on stock 3.4GHZ no XFR or manual OC) towards 3333 or 3466... but seeing that the stock Asus DOCP for 3200 led to errors when running [email protected] and stable is [email protected] maybe the only huay (nacho libre) to push the frequency higher is looser clock times + higher voltage (tho i do not feel comfortable pushing it higher than 1.5)

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I am surprised that TridentZ 3200CL14 4 X 8GB kit does not at least reach [email protected] The kit should be able to run 3200Mhz @CL14 with just the 1.35V or if necessary push up to 1.38V. I've not had to use 1.4V unless I push on to 3400 and 3466. If the Stilt's preset aren't perfectly stable, a bit of tuning with the RAM calculator settings may be necessary.

[Edit] Don't forget to look at the SoC LLC settings and current capability settings in the BIOS. On my Asrock X399 I am on LLC3 setting for the cpu and SoC. Running PBO enabled and Perf level 1 and I can get the cores up to nominal 4150Mhz all the time under compute load.

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I am surprised that TridentZ 3200CL14 4 X 8GB kit does not at least reach [email protected] The kit should be able to run 3200Mhz @CL14 with just the 1.35V or if necessary push up to 1.38V. I've not had to use 1.4V unless I push on to 3400 and 3466. If the Stilt's preset aren't perfectly stable, a bit of tuning with the RAM calculator settings may be necessary.

[Edit] Don't forget to look at the SoC LLC settings and current capability settings in the BIOS. On my Asrock X399 I am on LLC3 setting for the cpu and SoC. Running PBO enabled and Perf level 1 and I can get the cores up to nominal
4150Mhz all the time under compute load.
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Zenith Extreme Alpha update: NEW BIOS 0405

Finally an update, wonder where I can send bug tickets so they may fix them. My aRGB header 1 makes my AIO light twitch when the system is off... aRGB header 2 at the bottom of the board does not exhibit this with my 3 phantek halos lux so it's definitely a header problem.

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