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post #3421 of 3540 (permalink) Old 05-28-2019, 05:46 AM
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Yes, in BIOS.
Thanks a lot

It's strange but I can't manage to solve some of my ram issues, even when I try the timings suggested on the forum.

The computer posts fine and is stable under memtest, linpack and prime 95 at 3800 C15 (1.50v), 3900 C16 (1.35v), and 4000 C16 (1.40v) in the range of 1.15-1.25v vccio/vccsa (depending on the timings and frequency) with mode 1 or mode 2 secondary/tertiary timings. It's even stable at 1T at some of these frequencies, and the memory works incredible well with tight timings. However it will just refuse to post above 4000 Mhz regardless of the timings (even at cl 20+ and mode 1/2) and voltages (I tried up to 1.5v and 1.35v vccio/vccsa; also tried higher cpu vcore).

When I put the memory sticks on another rig with a different motherboard brand and cpu, they will work at 4266 C17 without any issues.

Is it possible that it's the IMC of the 9900k limiting the overclock? Or it's more likely to be the motherboard and how it trains the memory?

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Quote: Originally Posted by Vassilis008 View Post
Thanks Kedar, I guess you also made all adjustments in the bios instead of the Asrock software?
changing the timings once in the OS is not going to work well. JUst set them in bios and F10 to save, retrain to the new timings and let the POST do it's job.

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Thanks a lot

It's strange but I can't manage to solve some of my ram issues, even when I try the timings suggested on the forum.

The computer posts fine and is stable under memtest, linpack and prime 95 at 3800 C15 (1.50v), 3900 C16 (1.35v), and 4000 C16 (1.40v) in the range of 1.15-1.25v vccio/vccsa (depending on the timings and frequency) with mode 1 or mode 2 secondary/tertiary timings. It's even stable at 1T at some of these frequencies, and the memory works incredible well with tight timings. However it will just refuse to post above 4000 Mhz regardless of the timings (even at cl 20+ and mode 1/2) and voltages (I tried up to 1.5v and 1.35v vccio/vccsa; also tried higher cpu vcore).

When I put the memory sticks on another rig with a different motherboard brand and cpu, they will work at 4266 C17 without any issues.

Is it possible that it's the IMC of the 9900k limiting the overclock? Or it's more likely to be the motherboard and how it trains the memory?
I ended up settling on 3900MHZ on my Asus Maximus X Formula to be 100% stable but with the same 9900k, I get 4133MHZ perfectly stable on my Gigabyte Z390 Master, so your results will vary, even with the same CPU.

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changing the timings once in the OS is not going to work well. JUst set them in bios and F10 to save, retrain to the new timings and let the POST do it's job.
That's what I'm trying to do indeed What's strange is that even with all the training options set at default, the bios will either post within a couple of seconds or the computer will fail to post completely (or post at a lower frequency, i.e. 3900/4000Mhz). On other youtube videos, the training process seems to take much longer than 3-5 seconds, but not in my case.

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That's what I'm trying to do indeed What's strange is that even with all the training options set at default, the bios will either post within a couple of seconds or the computer will fail to post completely (or post at a lower frequency, i.e. 3900/4000Mhz). On other youtube videos, the training process seems to take much longer than 3-5 seconds, but not in my case.
when it fails to post, what Q-code does the Power On Self Test stop at ?

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when it fails to post, what Q-code does the Power On Self Test stop at ?
What usually happens is the following:

1) computer instantly shuts down after I put a frequency above 4000Mhz in the bios, regardless of the timings set in the bios
2) it then restarts once or twice and automatically sets the frequency back to 4000Mhz with a message saying that the memory overclock is now ok. Then, I have to press F1 to enter bios and see the corrected settings (before I press F1 to enter bios, the code is "A2").

There are some very rare occasions when the bios hangs completely after shutting down/restarting 3-4 times. In these occasions I'm usually getting a "04" or a "2E" code, and I need to manually shut down the computer. Again, this almost never happens though.

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What usually happens is the following:

1) computer instantly shuts down after I put a frequency above 4000Mhz, with any timings
2) it then restarts once or twice and automatically sets the frequency back to 4000Mhz with a message saying that the memory overclock is now ok. Then, I have to press F1 to enter bios and see the corrected settings (before I press F1 to enter bios, the code is "A2").

There are some very rare occasions when the bios hangs completely after shutting down/restarting 3-4 times. In these occasions I'm usually getting a "04" or a "2E" code, and I need to manually shut down the computer. Again, this almost never happens though.
If you are making those changes (to 4000 with "any timings") while in the OS, yes, it will crash every time. Stop changing frequency AND timings from the OS.

A2 is a normal operating code. It's reading the HDD/SDDs for boot sectors.
The Q-code I'm asking about is after you enter new freq and timings from bios and the POST fails/stalls. It will stop at a specific Q-code which (helps) identify the Self Test than failed.
If you have been changing timings while in the OS (windows) and then allowing the MemOkay system to correct your error, I would clrcmos before attempting to tune ram any further.
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If you are making those changes (to 4000 with "any timings") while in the OS, yes, it will crash every time. Stop changing frequency AND timings from the OS.

A2 is a normal operating code. It's reading the HDD/SDDs for boot sectors.
The Q-code I'm asking about is after you enter new freq and timings from bios and the POST fails/stalls. It will stop at a specific Q-code which (helps) identify the Self Test than failed.
If you have been changing timings while in the OS (windows) and then allowing the MemOkay system to correct your error, I would clrcmos before attempting to tune ram any further.
Check this thread for help: https://www.overclock.net/forum/5-in...l#post27979464
Heya,

I never change frequencies or timings in the OS. I only do it in the Bios. As soon as I click "save and exit bios" it just shuts down, even with incredibly relaxed timings and/or higher voltage. Unfortunatly, it doesn't stop at a specific Q-code, it just shutdown instantly and then reboots at 4000Mhz.

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Heya,

I never change frequencies or timings in the OS. I only do it in the Bios. As soon as I click "save and exit bios" it just shuts down, even with incredibly relaxed timings and/or higher voltage. Unfortunatly, it doesn't stop at a specific Q-code, it just shutdown instantly and then reboots at 4000Mhz.
disable the MemOkay switch on the motherboard. With it in th e"On" position, the board will search for timings with the newly entered (F10'ed) frequency - see pg 1-10 in your manual. The first time you do this, you may get a q-code 23. JNust hit the reset button. Once you do that, you need to clrcmos before setting the ram freq and timings manually. Again, help is in the DDR4 24/7 thread I just posted.

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disable the MemOkay switch on the motherboard. With it in th e"On" position, the board will search for timings with the newly entered (F10'ed) frequency - see pg 1-10 in your manual. The first time you do this, you may get a q-code 23. JNust hit the reset button. Once you do that, you need to clrcmos before setting the ram freq and timings manually. Again, help is in the DDR4 24/7 thread I just posted.
ok thanks a lot Once I do everything that you wrote, should I leave the memokay switch on the motherboard to off or put it back to on?

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