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post #51 of 71 (permalink) Old 02-04-2019, 12:25 PM - Thread Starter
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actualy we put 1.2500v just to not get blocked with voltage. i think after we found the good frequancy and timing we can try to lower that

dear @Silent Scone can you please provide me an help to OC this memory ? we talk already few time on asus forum you have an master level in memory oc here too
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Quote: Originally Posted by Silent Scone View Post
Your post doesn't say anything near to that. You told him he should sell the kit or run the memory at a lower frequency. If the system is stable, those voltages aren't an issue. Some CPU may even need more than this for 4K+.
Is there a published intel spec sheet for the 9900k that goes through voltages?

I've seen a lot of diff info regarding voltages but nothing official to back it up. Not a slam against you, literally just looking to see if someone has access to the spec. My google fu has let me down.
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If you have it stable at 4133MHZ then be happy with that. Quit worrying about better timing, it’s doubtful you’d even notice it.

Just be happy with what you have.
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Is there a published intel spec sheet for the 9900k that goes through voltages?

I've seen a lot of diff info regarding voltages but nothing official to back it up. Not a slam against you, literally just looking to see if someone has access to the spec. My google fu has let me down.
VCCIO not only affects the memory controller but ALSO the CPU L3 cache. (L1 and L2 are from cpu vcore).
VCCIO defaults to 0.95v. I would not be comfortable having this above 1.2v. VCCSA should probably be tweaked before this.

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VCCIO not only affects the memory controller but ALSO the CPU L3 cache. (L1 and L2 are from cpu vcore).
VCCIO defaults to 0.95v. I would not be comfortable having this above 1.2v. VCCSA should probably be tweaked before this.
My vccio is at 1.050 and SA at 1.050 with CL15 3600 and manual secondary timings.
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Just read some of this over break.
Loling at people paying for 4600 Mhz RAM outside of their QVL and offering medals to the people still trying to help.

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I dont understand if you booted at 4500 at one point there should be no reason your stuck at 4133. If the imc can do that.


Alot of useless babble from some others contributing nothing to the conversation.

Like I been saying your problem is you need to sort out the timings start loose and work your way down. Plenty of reference material.

Your TRFC at one point I think 450 Is one example that is probably much too tight over 4000.


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Quote: Originally Posted by Dillmiester View Post
I dont understand if you booted at 4500 at one point there should be no reason your stuck at 4133. If the imc can do that.


Alot of useless babble from some others contributing nothing to the conversation.

Like I been saying your problem is you need to sort out the timings start loose and work your way down. Plenty of reference material.

Your TRFC at one point I think 450 Is one example that is probably much too tight over 4000.

The max speed he could ge it to work is 4266MHz ( if )

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When you say work you mean stable? He also mentioned booting at 4400.


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Quote: Originally Posted by Dillmiester View Post
When you say work you mean stable? He also mentioned booting at 4400.
Well at least my Trident Z 3866MHz runs at 4200MHz 17-17-17-37 1.45V stable the only reason why i am running it at 4000MHz is because it needs just 1.35V ( stock ) and i don't feel comfortable running it at 1.45V

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