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post #6 of (permalink) Old 11-19-2016, 02:20 PM
rired48
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I just finished a new Mini-ITX form factor build in one of the smallest, coolest looking cases I've ever had... the aluminum, Lian-Li made Ncase M1 v5.

Components:
Asus Z170i Pro Gaming MB
i7-6700k
Noctua C14 HSF
nVidia 1080-FE
Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4-3200 (2x8GB)... problem...
1TB SSD
Corsair SF600 PS
2 Vardar 120mm fans exhausting out on side panel
M-Audio AV40 (2.0, powered) speakers
Seenheiser PC360 headset

I can only get one stick of the above memory to run, so I'm running single-channel now, unfortunately. I also have 2 sticks of Corsair -3000Hz I will try. I'm thinking I have to raise the voltage just a bit. If that's not it, then that memory slot could be bad or that memory stick. It's amazing how fast this rig is in Battlefield 1, even with single-channel memory.

It was a difficult build for me... extremely tight quarters for everything to fit.

Any thoughts on the memory situation?

"The truth is rarely pure and never simple." Oscar Wilde


Ncase M1 v5 | Asus Z170i Pro Gaming | i7-6700k | Noctua C14 HSF | nVidia 1080-FE | Corsair DDR4-3200 | Corsair SF600 | M-Audio AV40 speakers (2.0) | Sennheiser PC360 headset

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