So over the past 8 hours of testings there was one instances when I push my memory back to XMP speed with CPU to 4Ghz and ring 32x
and having SA voltage at 0.9V would instantly give me error in OCCT
but then I put SA to stock at 0.88V, and errors would be gone.
I don't have too much experience and knowledge with 128GB ram and SA voltage but does that 0.02V of SA do that much of a difference?
From what I've read about X99 most would recommend 1V or above when popluating this platform with all 8 sticks of 16GB DDR4 and running beyond 3000Mhz
This seems very contradicting to what ASUS EdgeUp suggested and what I know about Haswell-E/Broadwell-E
didn't have too much time left after the OCCT and Prime95 runs but this seems to pass HCI 200%, although all of my previous crashes and freezes also came after various stress tests free of errors so.... :S
UPDATE : yea....no it still froze roughly 12 hours of uptime...
Last edited by danny9428; 04-23-2020 at 02:44 AM.