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post #9771 of 10245 (permalink) Old 07-19-2019, 06:21 PM
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The "CTD" (crash to desktop) thing with games is frustrating. It can be the OC (many times it's simply the driver interface) and the battery of stress tests we all use suffer the same problem - they all share the same mode of repetitive procedure calls, different ones at that, but repetitive within the stressor stack. This is why Realbench was launched as an attempt to reflect gaming usage... a few hours of Realbench may be more relevant to add to a test suite, than any number of additional hours of any one stress test. What trips up modern platforms is not hammering the floating-point, or cache or ram with the same test procedure, but rapidly changing procedure calls to very different "routines" and substructures. my
Yes, sounds good to me. I think I will just use BFV for testing for the last bit of stability from now on it's much more fun than the other tests anyway and I'll try some Realbench too.

Back to my other question..... will it increase my memory overclock if I just upgrade my CPU from an 8700k to a 9900k on a MaximusX Hero or will the board have some bearing on it?
And are the VRM's are adequate for the 9900k?

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Don't know if anyone of you guys wrote this guide, but i find it pretty spot on. Would have saved tons of headache couple years ago when i jumped into memory overclocking/tightening.

Just wanted to post this here since it has pretty good coverage of the culprits that i banged my head against. Got lots of helps from reading this thread so wanted to give a bit back.

https://github.com/integralfx/MemTes...0OC%20Guide.md

2 years no hiccups,
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Don't know if anyone of you guys wrote this guide, but i find it pretty spot on. Would have saved tons of headache couple years ago when i jumped into memory overclocking/tightening.

Just wanted to post this here since it has pretty good coverage of the culprits that i banged my head against. Got lots of helps from reading this thread so wanted to give a bit back.

https://github.com/integralfx/MemTes...0OC%20Guide.md

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Quote: Originally Posted by japau View Post
Don't know if anyone of you guys wrote this guide, but i find it pretty spot on. Would have saved tons of headache couple years ago when i jumped into memory overclocking/tightening.

Just wanted to post this here since it has pretty good coverage of the culprits that i banged my head against. Got lots of helps from reading this thread so wanted to give a bit back.

https://github.com/integralfx/MemTes...0OC%20Guide.md

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Bruh. CR1 on those clocks! Nice. Once I'm done installing my H150i Pro later today I'll do another attempt on my 9900K and B-Die to do 4200 17 or higher.

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Quote: Originally Posted by japau View Post
Don't know if anyone of you guys wrote this guide, but i find it pretty spot on. Would have saved tons of headache couple years ago when i jumped into memory overclocking/tightening.

Just wanted to post this here since it has pretty good coverage of the culprits that i banged my head against. Got lots of helps from reading this thread so wanted to give a bit back.

https://github.com/integralfx/MemTes...0OC%20Guide.md

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This is the single best post in this thread by a long shot. That link is awesome.
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im using g.skill trident z 3200 cl 2x8gb
at stock settings they git 50* in games ;o its kinda high if im not wrong
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im using g.skill trident z 3200 cl 2x8gb
at stock settings they git 50* in games ;o its kinda high if im not wrong
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Maybe you could do a rigbuilder and do a HWiNFO screenshot?
It does sound a bit warm for ram depending on the type.

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The "CTD" (crash to desktop) thing with games is frustrating. It can be the OC (many times it's simply the driver interface) and the battery of stress tests we all use suffer the same problem - they all share the same mode of repetitive procedure calls, different ones at that, but repetitive within the stressor stack. This is why Realbench was launched as an attempt to reflect gaming usage... a few hours of Realbench may be more relevant to add to a test suite, than any number of additional hours of any one stress test. What trips up modern platforms is not hammering the floating-point, or cache or ram with the same test procedure, but rapidly changing procedure calls to very different "routines" and substructures. my
I ran the Realbench test for a 1/2 hour and it really does work the PC.
It runs about 5c hotter than many hours of BFV or P95 or HCI on the CPU and about 5c cooler on the ram.
The VRM temp also gets a good workout at nearly 10c hotter than anything else gets it.

Edit:
Had another CTD tonight after 3 or 4 games of conquest BFV. First in about a week.
It was at the end of the game during the transition which is when the AVX ramps up.
I had a couple of clan members CTD mid game though.
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my cmr32gx4m4c3466c16 cannot run more than 3200Mhz.
3200Mhz 14-15-15-36 2T, booting but not stable and get error on hci, I can only run xmp with 2 pieces (i7 6700k + asus z170 deluxe)
I am very confused, is it stable at 3200Mhz, should I set secondary timing?
now i only run at speed 3000 14-14-14-34 2T
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my cmr32gx4m4c3466c16 cannot run more than 3200Mhz.
3200Mhz 14-15-15-36 2T, booting but not stable and get error on hci, I can only run xmp with 2 pieces (i7 6700k + asus z170 deluxe)
I am very confused, is it stable at 3200Mhz, should I set secondary timing?
now i only run at speed 3000 14-14-14-34 2T
There is nothing on the motherboard QVL over 3000MHz even though the advertising states UP TO 3733MHz. https://dlcdnets.asus.com/pub/ASUS/m...Memory_QVL.pdf
At least it is T-topology so that suits your 4 sticks
Have you found the optimum voltages for vdimm, vccio and vccsa yet? That would be the first thing I would do after loading XMP then lowering the frequency 'till it boots if that's the way you want to go.
Have you tried running them with the LEDs off?
Not sure what you have tried so far but there is a pretty easy to follow guide not far back in this thread.
It look like that was a nice board for it's time

Edit: The B-die list says that ram isn't B-die so I'm not sure of it's overclockability but that's not to say it won't go higher.

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