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post #31 of 11549 (permalink) Old 08-28-2015, 05:14 AM
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GSKill tells me they have validated the kit on the Z170 DELUXE, MAXIMUS VIII HERO, and MAXIMUS VIII GENE

Thanks for the update smile.gif If I have issues I'll pick that kit up, but I've manually set the timings to 15-15-15-35-2N @ 1.35v and I haven't had any issues at all. I've been playing around with my OC and I'm stable at 4.6ghz with 1.3v adaptive. I'm working on cranking it up to 4.7 (but so far the temps are 75c, so more likely going to just lower the voltage on my 4.6). As far as the RAM goes, do you think I should attempt to drop my command rate to 1N? I haven't tried it yet, so not sure how it'll behave.

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You can try that. May need to increase DRAM voltage and SA/IO voltages to get it stable.

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Raja,

I took back my ASrock z170 extreme 6 and purchased a Asus Asus MAximus VIII Hero. I am having some trouble with my memory thought. If I try and put my RAM G.Skill F4-3000C15D-16GRK 2x8gb at its xmp settings the computer fails to post. This memory is on the approved listed of RAM for the board. It does post at lower speeds though.

This ram worked perfectly fine in the Asrock board at its XMP and rated timings. Do you have any suggestions or know why it would not work?

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I took back my ASrock z170 extreme 6 and purchased a Asus Asus MAximus VIII Hero. I am having some trouble with my memory thought. If I try and put my RAM G.Skill F4-3000C15D-16GRK 2x8gb at its xmp settings the computer fails to post. This memory is on the approved listed of RAM for the board. It does post at lower speeds though.

This ram worked perfectly fine in the Asrock board at its XMP and rated timings. Do you have any suggestions or know why it would not work?

Increase SA and IO voltage.

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Raja,

I took back my ASrock z170 extreme 6 and purchased a Asus Asus MAximus VIII Hero. I am having some trouble with my memory thought. If I try and put my RAM G.Skill F4-3000C15D-16GRK 2x8gb at its xmp settings the computer fails to post. This memory is on the approved listed of RAM for the board. It does post at lower speeds though.

This ram worked perfectly fine in the Asrock board at its XMP and rated timings. Do you have any suggestions or know why it would not work?

Hello

X99 memory will most times need tuning by hand for XMP settings. Try increasing memory, SA and/or IO voltage a bit. If that fails Instead of XMP try setting the 4 primary timings, speed and voltage manually.
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Increase SA and IO voltage.

Can you recommend a safe voltage to use for these two settings?

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Can you recommend a safe voltage to use for these two settings?

There is a 6700K OC overview in the ASUS Z170 Q&A thread. I use up to 1.30V for both - tho you should not need that much at the clocks you are running.

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Do you have a link to that thread by any chance?

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Will do one better and teach you how to fish: Click on the down arrow next to my user name then "threads started", that will list them all

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So I increased the system agent to 1.20 and the VCCIO to 1.15 and it seems to have done the trick.

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