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post #9511 of 13792 (permalink) Old 06-13-2019, 10:18 AM
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Ah thanks! The older the kit I get (mfg date), are the chances of oc higher?

that's debatable. LEDs make a significant difference tho. They look good but seem to affect stability at high(er) OCs.

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Just posting a download for the x299 asrock timing config utility
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Guys got a little bit of a mystery was wondering if you could help me solve. Basically I have an Apex IX motherboard that I coffee lake modded using a bios of an Apex X that was modded by a guy named Dsanke. Anyhow when the board had a stock bios and a 6700K in there I could overclock B-Die dual rank 2 x 16gb Gskill 3200 ram to 3600mhz no problem. Now with a 9700K the board will fail to post if I go over 3400mhz. Had set cpu-io and SA to 1.2v each and 1.385 v for the ram. Cpu at 1.285v. XMP settings 14-14-14-34 @ 15-16-16-36. Not familiar if there are any Asus specific hacks to get it working again at 3600mhz. Either the 9700K has a bad memory controller or the modded bios just can't handle it. Perhaps theres issues with trace lengths being mismatched. Not sure.

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post #9514 of 13792 (permalink) Old 06-16-2019, 07:53 PM
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Guys got a little bit of a mystery was wondering if you could help me solve. Basically I have an Apex IX motherboard that I coffee lake modded using a bios of an Apex X that was modded by a guy named Dsanke. Anyhow when the board had a stock bios and a 6700K in there I could overclock B-Die dual rank 2 x 16gb Gskill 3200 ram to 3600mhz no problem. Now with a 9700K the board will fail to post if I go over 3400mhz. Had set cpu-io and SA to 1.2v each and 1.385 v for the ram. Cpu at 1.285v. XMP settings 14-14-14-34 @ 15-16-16-36. Not familiar if there are any Asus specific hacks to get it working again at 3600mhz. Either the 9700K has a bad memory controller or the modded bios just can't handle it. Perhaps theres issues with trace lengths being mismatched. Not sure.

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Still have the 6700K? Does the 6700K with the modded BIOS let your RAM run 3600?

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Still have the 6700K? Does the 6700K with the modded BIOS let your RAM run 3600?
I didn’t try to run the 6700k at 3600mhz on the modded bios. I should have to have a baseline.

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I've been trying everything to get a bit more performance out of these sticks but can't seem to get any more.
@KedarWolf I have been following some of your progress and stealing some ideas already
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@KedarWolf I have been following some of your progress and stealing some ideas already


Edit: I only get a tiny bit more write and copy on my 9900k. brb, I'll run AIDA.





Second Edit: Tweaking DDRVPP and DRAM Termination can give you higher overclocks.

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Second Edit: Tweaking DDRVPP and DRAM Termination can give you higher overclocks.

This is what i need for GSAT stable at 4200.
I tried those figures earlier but they don't seem to work on my board. Auto did better but it doesn't show what it's using.
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