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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 02-20-2020, 10:01 PM - Thread Starter
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Samsung B die oc issue on rog maximus xi extreme

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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 02-20-2020, 10:22 PM
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Mind posting your c17 4500 memtest stable config that you used on the master? You'd be the only one in the world to do this . Not even golden imcs have been able to do it on these boards. Please post proof . Not a single person has gotten anything past 4200 memtest stable on the aorus z390 master. Not a single person on the internet, not one. You'd be the first! Show us how you did it

Btw, do you know why this place feels like a sales funnel? It's like they try to get me to buy cooling then they try to get me to buy motherboard then they try to get me to buy ****ty KS. Like when will they learn that they won't ever get any more of my money after selling me products that don't operate as advertised? sigh.

You'll have to excuse me if I sound like i'm being rude, definitely not my intention but I see so many of these claims of speeds higher than 4200 on the master but there is not a single person in the world posting evidence of a memtest stable configuration higher than 4200 on that board with an official gigabyte bios(zero stable configs above 4200 with modded bioses as well).

So I have to ask you, for my self and all the other z390 aorus master owners, post your memtest stable results and config.

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I have the same MB and I can't get it to boot higher than 4000Mhz, well not reliably with 2 DIMMs anyway. I got it to post a few times at 4100Mhz but it wasn't stable.

I have tried both a G.Skill 4266Mhz kit (F4-4266C19D-16GTZR) and a Corsair 4000Mhz (CL19) kit.

Due to the boards topology, I think it will clock better with all 4 DIMMs populated.

I'm doubting your claimed speed and timings though.
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Quote: Originally Posted by reachthesky View Post
Mind posting your c17 4500 memtest stable config that you used on the master? You'd be the only one in the world to do this . Not even golden imcs have been able to do it on these boards. Please post proof . Not a single person has gotten anything past 4200 memtest stable on the aorus z390 master. Not a single person on the internet, not one. You'd be the first! Show us how you did it

Btw, do you know why this place feels like a sales funnel? It's like they try to get me to buy cooling then they try to get me to buy motherboard then they try to get me to buy ****ty KS. Like when will they learn that they won't ever get any more of my money after selling me products that don't operate as advertised? sigh.

You'll have to excuse me if I sound like i'm being rude, definitely not my intention but I see so many of these claims of speeds higher than 4200 on the master but there is not a single person in the world posting evidence of a memtest stable configuration higher than 4200 on that board with an official gigabyte bios(zero stable configs above 4200 with modded bioses as well).

So I have to ask you, for my self and all the other z390 aorus master owners, post your memtest stable results and config.
Let me response 2 ur doubt 1st while it doesn't relate 2 my question:
I wish I could be the 1st guy in the world who hit that speed yet that's not ture. I have known that serveal guys had done it before me.
I used patriot viper steel ddr4 4400mhz ram, i9 9900ks and z390 master, @4500Mhz I 've passed HCI memo test pro 500%
the setting is as follows: dimm 1.5v vccio:1.22v vccsa:1.27v Cache ratio: 45 Cpu:[email protected]
If ur cpu has a normal or above IMC, you bascially should b able to hit the speed, too.

I hit 4500mhz w/ 17-17-17-36 only cuz I didnt set crazy voltage. If you do, I think u may hit higher speed or reach tighter timings.
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Quote: Originally Posted by bp7178 View Post
I have the same MB and I can't get it to boot higher than 4000Mhz, well not reliably with 2 DIMMs anyway. I got it to post a few times at 4100Mhz but it wasn't stable.

I have tried both a G.Skill 4266Mhz kit (F4-4266C19D-16GTZR) and a Corsair 4000Mhz (CL19) kit.

Due to the boards topology, I think it will clock better with all 4 DIMMs populated.

I'm doubting your claimed speed and timings though.
Gskill 4266 u mentioned above, whether its ic is good for ocing is up to the date when it was made. Given my experience, the eariler the manufacturer date is, the better the ic it uses. Among the 2019 models I've tried, few of them could hit the the speed I expected and only one(sold @ $250) hit 4600mhz timed 17-17-17-28-320-2t on MSI z390 godlike(Daisy chain) when I used 2x8Gb. It passed 500% Memtest pro.
https://imgur.com/a/Lpwjzgm

As for Corsair 4000hz, I've never heard anyone praised its oc ability.

Let's move to ASUS Rog maximus xi extreme. I would presume that u didnt oc it in a proper way if u couldnt hit 4000mhz or above. 1st reason is that many 4000mhz+ rams on its qvl list and they made it by 2 dimms. Also, I have already been able to hit to 4266mhz w/ the timing of 16-16-16-32-294-2t and passed 1000% Memotest pro. Also, super tight sub-timings.
https://imgur.com/a/1eKV6we
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Quote: Originally Posted by jhxrc View Post
Let me response 2 ur doubt 1st while it doesn't relate 2 my question:
I wish I could be the 1st guy in the world who hit that speed yet that's not ture. I have known that serveal guys had done it before me.
I used patriot viper steel ddr4 4400mhz ram, i9 9900ks and z390 master, @4500Mhz I 've passed HCI memo test pro 500%
the setting is as follows: dimm 1.5v vccio:1.22v vccsa:1.27v Cache ratio: 45 Cpu:[email protected]
If ur cpu has a normal or above IMC, you bascially should b able to hit the speed, too.

I hit 4500mhz w/ 17-17-17-36 only cuz I didnt set crazy voltage. If you do, I think u may hit higher speed or reach tighter timings.
There is not a single piece of evidence online showing 4x8gb @ 4266 or higher memtest stable on the z390 aorus master. Everyone dodges when I ask them to Please show some screens/proof/evidence otherwise its just another unverified claim. I'm asking you the same.

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Quote: Originally Posted by jhxrc View Post

Let's move to ASUS Rog maximus xi extreme. I would presume that u didnt oc it in a proper way if u couldnt hit 4000mhz or above. 1st reason is that many 4000mhz+ rams on its qvl list and they made it by 2 dimms. Also, I have already been able to hit to 4266mhz w/ the timing of 16-16-16-32-294-2t and passed 1000% Memotest pro. Also, super tight sub-timings.
https://imgur.com/a/1eKV6we
There are no kits which are 2 DIMM only at 4266Mhz listed on the QVL for the Extreme. They are all 4 DIMM at that speed.

My XI Gene did much better with the same CPU and memory with very reasonable voltages.

https://imgur.com/a/X2QybIH

IDK why you went back and edited your original post.
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Does your 1.56 V-DIMM worry you at all? That's well above the maximum voltage for DDR4 right? If your memory were to die would the failure at least be confined to the memory and not say, take out the motherboard and/or CPU and/or PSU and/or video card?
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