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post #12961 of 13747 (permalink) Old 07-06-2020, 12:38 AM
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Running the same sticks set @ 1.64 VDRAM as daily for a few weeks now. As long as they don't get too hot and error they will be fine
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The thing is these Viper sticks do not have a temp sensor on them. I have a 140mm fan stripped in place ontop of mine just in case.

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The thing is these Viper sticks do not have a temp sensor on them. I have a 140mm fan stripped in place ontop of mine just in case.
Yeah, I know what you mean. I ran a similar overclock with my G.Skills first to check the temp and get a general idea then swapped them out. They only see mid 30s with the water cooling.

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1,5v DRAM isn't high at all lol. I'm many months into running a Vengeance RGB 3466 CL16 B-Die kit at 4200 16-17-17-34-320-2T at 1.556v DRAM and they do just fine. With a 140mm pointed at them they run about 38-42c but don't get unstable at those temps. I turned off the fan once during a HCI run to see how hot they could get before they got unstable. It ran for several hours but around 49c is where they start to fall off and error out so, got a bit of room temp wise.

Even with 30c+ ambients with the A/C running the most they ever saw was 45c and no instability at all.

These sticks passed many months of gaming and a full 12000% HCI run over night.

I do have a second profile saved which is 4133 17-17-17-28-280 @ 1.44v and that gets way less hot and is just a bit more "safe" in general if I ever do run into summer heat issues or instability.

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Hey guys, currently running 10900k/Asus Maximus XII Formula and the following g.skill 4x8 b die kit: https://www.gskill.com/specification...-Specification

After much tweaking I finally have it HCI stable at 4133cl17 and tightened up some of the secondary and tertiary timings to improve bandwidth and latency. Any advice for further tweaks to potentially push this further?




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Hey guys, currently running 10900k/Asus Maximus XII Formula and the following g.skill 4x8 b die kit: https://www.gskill.com/specification...-Specification

After much tweaking I finally have it HCI stable at 4133cl17 and tightened up some of the secondary and tertiary timings to improve bandwidth and latency. Any advice for further tweaks to potentially push this further?




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RTL/IOL offset little lower? That should boost latency I think. May be wrong though....

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z390 Aoru Master with i9900KS 5ghz with 48 ring

It's a gaming pc.

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auto 1.35v
auto 1.29v IO (seems high)
auto 1.30v SA (also seems high)


It's samsung b-die

I am not a memory expert.
I would like to run this memory at 3800-3900 with a low latency, no extremes.

May anyone provide me with some timings and voltages I can start with?

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z390 Aoru Master with i9900KS 5ghz with 48 ring

It's a gaming pc.

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auto 1.35v
auto 1.29v IO (seems high)
auto 1.30v SA (also seems high)


It's samsung b-die

I am not a memory expert.
I would like to run this memory at 3800-3900 with a low latency, no extremes.

May anyone provide me with some timings and voltages I can start with?
How many sticks and what size ram is that?
There is a tutorial link in my sig but io and sa could probably be around 1.2v and 1.25v with VDRAM 1.35-1.4ish but there is no substitute for trial and error
Ring can be a little lower. 47 is good with 5GHz usually.

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How many sticks and what size ram is that?
There is a tutorial link in my sig but io and sa could probably be around 1.2v and 1.25v with VDRAM 1.35-1.4ish but there is no substitute for trial and error
Ring can be a little lower. 47 is good with 5GHz usually.

It's 4x8 single rank.
Ring at 48 was a "why not" change, it's was 47. I see no downsides with 48, am I wrong?


IO, SA and Vdram can be whatever I need to hit a good oc between 3800-4000, whatever is best for gaming. Currently they seem to be higher than the memory needs, it's on auto.


I will check your tutorial.


I would love a "recipe" of good timings I can run, without having to run tests for days fine tuning it. Something I can start with, test, fine tune a little and leave alone.


I don't really care to find the best of the best timings for my ram, since the gains would be minimum anyway. I would prefer using the time I have for gaming

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It's 4x8 single rank.
Ring at 48 was a "why not" change, it's was 47. I see no downsides with 48, am I wrong?


IO, SA and Vdram can be whatever I need to hit a good oc between 3800-4000, whatever is best for gaming. Currently they seem to be higher than the memory needs, it's on auto.


I will check your tutorial.


I would love a "recipe" of good timings I can run, without having to run tests for days fine tuning it. Something I can start with, test, fine tune a little and leave alone.


I don't really care to find the best of the best timings for my ram, since the gains would be minimum anyway. I would prefer using the time I have for gaming
You may get errors at 48 for little gain.
4000-16-16-16-36-2T should be do-able if the sticks are up to it and you optimize the voltages.
Drop the frequency or raise the timings if any errors show in TestMem5 (there is a download link in the tutorial) at 4000MHz or up the io sa or VDRAM.
You really have to put in a little bit of time to get stable results or wait for someone with the same hardware to give you a safe setup.
Start with the latest BIOS if you haven't already.
The tutorial is not mine but it's pretty decent
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