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post #4041 of 4463 (permalink) Old 08-16-2019, 04:03 PM
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also save your bios profiles to a usb,that way if it decides to switch and you cant get back to the right bios you still have the profiles.
but of course you can only apply a profile to the bios version it was made in unfortunately so if you upgrade bios version the profile from an older version wont load.
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post #4042 of 4463 (permalink) Old 08-16-2019, 04:09 PM
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NEVER press and hold the power button to shutdown on a running system or even on a boot failure. It can corrupt one or both BIOS's, it happened to me.

Always on a boot failure, turn off the power button on the power supply, or if it doesn't have a power button, unplug the power cord, wait thirty seconds, plug it back in and power it back on. This way you will not corrupt your BIOS's.
thanks for you reply bro,
i havent done this (press and holding power button to force turn off/on my PC), what i was trying to say is when pressing my power button, system takes a pause for a 1 to 2 sec to start the boot
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been able to boot a winpe with 4133mhz and get very little errors so it feels like its taunting me.4266mhz was less stable and 4000mhz wont even post.
100mhz ratios also dont seem to work,like 3900 4100.....
for now im at 3866mhz with tuned timings,tunning sub timings also got me a lot of performance and its seems stable passing 400% hci.
lots of issues ive had in the past were due to bad sub timings tuning and i was surprised to learn those are set pretty much the same no matter the frequency.


even at 3866 i saw a massive difference in read/write and latency just from tuning some of my sub timings.

ive been burned in the past by the whole ram performance setting in gigabyte boards so i set to enhanced performance and even then it seems you can do so much better manually.
If it's just on the brink of stability it might be the temperature. 52C DIMM is on the high side for B-Die.
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If it's just on the brink of stability it might be the temperature. 52C DIMM is on the high side for B-Die.

yeah,ive tried rearranging some fans today so the dimms wont have the cpu coolers fan sitting on top of them.got a little braver with vdimm too going up to 1.55v just to test and results are the same as far as stability at 4133.
even at 3866 my dimms passed 52c i think when gaming since the gpu heats up the case but that didnt cause any issues.

ive only had these sticks for a week so i guess ill try more just because its so appealing.but im thinking maybe it really is a matter of not high end enough motherboard and the fact its 2 seperate 2x8gb kits and not a single kit of 4x8gb matched dimms.also theres only 1 model listed on gigabytes qvl for ram at 4133 and the gskill site only goes up as far as 4000mhz for the aorus pro.
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I recently got a kit of Ballistix Sport LT 16GB 3200mhz cl 16-18-18-36 for $70 at newegg.

Im not much of ram overclocker but I got this kit at 3600mhz cl 16-20-20-36 1.4v on auros pro 9900kf with very little effort. I will try and validate 3800mhz (it booted at same timings) when I get the time.

Micron E die is a such a good value right now. With this easy/lazy oc to 3600mhz it literally performs like kits that cost near double.

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What were your uncore frequency set to?

Im not have any issues at all with adaptive. It actually helped stabilize 5.1ghz with 4.4ghz uncore.
I run 5.0Ghz w/ 4.3 Ghz Uncore.

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F10b BIOS for the Aorus Master, F10 BIOS for the Aorus Pro Wi-Fi and F8a BIOS for the XTreme with the latest microcode, RST firmware, and Intel Ethernet firmware.
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I recently got a kit of Ballistix Sport LT 16GB 3200mhz cl 16-18-18-36 for $70 at newegg.

Im not much of ram overclocker but I got this kit at 3600mhz cl 16-20-20-36 1.4v on auros pro 9900kf with very little effort. I will try and validate 3800mhz (it booted at same timings) when I get the time.

Micron E die is a such a good value right now. With this easy/lazy oc to 3600mhz it literally performs like kits that cost near double.
I have the same kit but the 32GB one (2x16). Currently runnig at stock timings @ 3400Mhz. 1.36v. I want to try to push it like yours but I donät feel comfortable at 1.4v. Did you have stability problems below that voltage?
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I have the same kit but the 32GB one (2x16). Currently runnig at stock timings @ 3400Mhz. 1.36v. I want to try to push it like yours but I don&#195;&#164;t feel comfortable at 1.4v. Did you have stability problems below that voltage?
I didn't even try below that voltage lol. I wanted to validate it before my son got home since he uses that rig.

It can probably be brought down some at same settings. 1.4v is definitely not going to hurt anything though.

I plan to try 3800mhz later.

You wont know until you try.

I used below link as a general guide.

https://github.com/integralfx/MemTes...R4 OC Guide.md

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