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post #81 of 83 (permalink) Old 02-23-2019, 08:44 PM
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cannot confirm i have my memory all set manually (my memory is OEM and has no XMP profile)
if you upgrade to bios 2.0 will be rely helpful if you could set ddr4 voltage to 1.5V and see if you can boot in windows, will help me a lot.
Awful high voltage for DDR4 RAM, what's the RAM temps at 1.45v?

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Picked an Open Box up for $145. Knew my offset from old B350-F that gave me 3.8GHZ. Anyways on this particular board using a 1700 what would be the best way to load it for testing, I've been using OCCT. Ran it for 4 hours and had no issues at 3.8ghz with a manual vcore 1.275

Should I change anything else? My CPU got to like 67C with OCCT
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Awful high voltage for DDR4 RAM, what's the RAM temps at 1.45v?
XMP profiles are ok with up to 1.5V you can find memory sticks with such profiles to buy, i don't think 1.5V is that high at all (there are people pushing 1.8V+ for bench marking into B-die sticks)
i'm not sure if i'll be able to measure the temperature, but they do not look hot/warm and there is plenty of airflow around them.

is the first time i have problems pushing this voltage in those sticks, i have a Intel setup if i move the sticks there they work fine at 1.6V with no issue.

RMA the board, new board arrived, same problem observed, maybe it's a bios thing

can anyone with X470 Taichi try the 1.5V and see if it works for them ?
let me know besides 1.5V DDR4 voltage if anything else was set
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