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post #6891 of 7308 (permalink) Old 01-14-2020, 12:19 AM
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A bit of clarification...

An m.2 "port" is simply an interface for an m.2 drive with is simply a form factor (m.2 slim stick drive vs. the 2.5 inch SATA rectangular drive). M.2 drives come in two flavors - SATA or NVMe (Non-Volatile Memory Express) drives. Thus when talking about m.2's you need to specify SATA or NVMe.

All modern day boards like those discussed here will support either SATA or NVMe m.2 drives in any of the m.2 ports, and the only thing you need to worry about is what SATA or PCI-E ports may be disabled depending on what m.2 drive is used in which m.2 port. This is why it helps to review the m.2 matrix chart in the owner's manual. There will be a matrix for each m.2 slot on the board with an X stating what will happen with what SATA or PCI-E port if either a SATA or NVMe drive is installed in that m.2 port.

Just FYI.
Just to be precise, not all m.2 ports support both SATA and NVME SSD. E.g. one m.2 port on the master only supports NVME SSD.

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If i could only get good rtls/iols for this profile ><

May I ask you which values of DRAM Voltage, VCCIO, VCCSA are you using for this profile? Thanks!

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On an estimation. How do I get a stable 4200?

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Just to be precise, not all m.2 ports support both SATA and NVME SSD. E.g. one m.2 port on the master only supports NVME SSD.
I stand corrected. I looked this up, then looked at my Z390 Aorus Xtreme (also 3 m.2 ports) and both the Master and Xtreme are the same... the last m.2 port only supports NVMe (PCIE) drives!

BTW, I checked both my Gigabyte GA-Z270X Gaming 8 and GA-Z170X GT boards (both featuring two m.2 ports) and no such limitation exists there so it may be a limitation with boards with three m.2 ports (guess?).

Thanks for the correction.

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On an estimation. How do I get a stable 4200?

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tRDWR's seem low specially the '1'.

Check this guide.
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[QUOTE=Alemancio;28283134]tRDWR's seem low specially the '1'.

The 1 are not in use.

dr=Different Rank Timing: only in use when running dual rank rams.
dd=Different Dimm Timing: only in use when 4 slots populatet

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the third port which is the one I'm looking at says it will only support PCIe SSds and will affect the bandwidth of the pciex4 connector...

I only have one vid card so I dont care and am looking at the inland Premium NVME SSD - this will work without issue right?
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May I ask you which values of DRAM Voltage, VCCIO, VCCSA are you using for this profile? Thanks!
This specific profile requires "max mem", 1.35v SA 1.35v IO 1.5v vdimm/training.

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On an estimation. How do I get a stable 4200?

Settings: https://yadi.sk/d/eIBy_VCxF4e8-A
You'll have to see if you can train the sticks at a reasonable cas latency for 4200 first. If the sticks won't train a reasonable cas latency for 4200, then you'll need to use a bclk overclock to jump from a pre-trained 4133 to 4200. Overclocking the busclock automatically raises your ram frequency, system agent frequency, cache frequency and core frequency. You will need to increase cooresponding voltages across the board to compensate for the frequency increases.

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Just ordered the NVME drive. I'm excited... I read something about it increasing fps? either way it will be ******* quiet.

Thinking of trying for 5.1.

Whats the highest I Can go with Voltage 1.395??? With High or medium LLC to try for stable 5.1?
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