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post #91 of 106 (permalink) Old 06-01-2019, 05:21 PM
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OK, thank you! I will be able to get back to this on Monday only.
No problem. I appreciate you taking time for it. I am going to be on a business trip this week, so if there is anything else you would like me to test I will be able to do that after I return home on Friday evening.

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post #92 of 106 (permalink) Old 06-14-2019, 05:25 AM - Thread Starter
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No problem. I appreciate you taking time for it.
I hope the new testing app should work fine now. Could you please check it - http://softnology.biz/files/TestAppX299_4.zip

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Put away Thaiphoon Burner. It doesn't support X299 at all. I meant the testing app.
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Why is that seems very odd skylake-x isn't all that different from x99 voltages wise... :/

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Hello!

Here is version 16.0.0.5 which should work fine with Intel Core i7-7800X, i7-7820X and i9-7900X processors. To speed up SPD reading go to the "SMBus" main menu and select "Enable Fast Read and Write". I hope this function should work fine either.

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Hello,

Wanted to report that version 16.0.0.5 is reading wrong die type to my G.Skill F4-3000C15D-16GVKB.
Version 14.1.2.0 is reading correct die type which is M-Die.
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Hi
I have a memory problem for the first time in a long time - POST problem on the XMP or manual 3200MHz 14-14-14-34-48 1,35V BIOS F41
Thaiphoon Burner report error "CRC ERR" it may be related? or should I look for another solution?

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Hello! I would suggest you to reset memory related BIOS settings (frequency and timings) to Auto to check whether CRC error is a reason for your problem. After resetting, don't forget to turn off your PC.

SPD byte 0 needs to be restored, but I suspect its cleared status doesn't affect to what you are talking about. It describes the total number of bytes in the EEPROM chip (it is 512) and the number of bytes used.

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I did it as you wrote ,CRC error it was not the cause of the problem the memories work with XMP 3200MHz... thx Thaiphoon Burner eventually helped (progress)

CRC error persists "SPD byte 0" I know nothing about this in general? I have to do worry?
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Yo don't have to worry about CRC error in your case.
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Hi Voodoo, can you please advise what is this error when I compare my RAM with SPD file from your database? As CRC is OK on all 4 sticks, but 2 out 4 sticks do not have exact same SPD as SPD file from your database. I do not see any problem with memory, CPU-Z can read XPM profiles properly. Thanks
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