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01-14-2020 02:31 AM
Kbird
Quote: Originally Posted by brotherscro View Post
Can you tell me what to change from these picture don't wanna mess up anything
So I'm guessing just this
DRAM Frequency: 2666
DRAM Voltage (CHA,CHB)
DRAM Voltage (CHC, CHD) both 1.2v ?

And on other picture just change primary timings ?
Sorry didn't get notified about this post , just dropped in to see what was happening tonight , not sure if it helps since you have a Sabertooth and mine is the X99A-II but here is the short version Of my settings I keep handy for when I need to reset the bios or do a Clear CMOS.


KB
01-10-2020 07:53 AM
ThrashZone
Quote: Originally Posted by brotherscro View Post
So this should be fine ?
I've noticed VCCIO CPU was around 1.25 when on Auto now it's around 1.04
PCH was normal tho
Hi,
Yeah vccio pch isn't effected but it's it's default voltage so doesn't hurt to change it too

Vccio cpu on the other hand is wildly different on newer bios way too much and could cause unnecessary wear and tear on the cpu not to mention higher temps likely.

Another you might monitor is vccsa/ system agent.
I usually keep it at around the same as vccio cpu and pch at 1.05 too or a tad lower using Offset mode and 0.165
01-10-2020 07:38 AM
brotherscro So this should be fine ?
I've noticed VCCIO CPU was around 1.25 when on Auto now it's around 1.04
PCH was normal tho
01-10-2020 05:56 AM
ThrashZone
Quote: Originally Posted by brotherscro View Post
Hm will do didn't touch that at all

One last thing is this okay when I enable XMP
Im talking about CPU Cache Ratio don't know what it does so I don't now if it's safe at that value it was always on auto
Hi,
Yes I thought 31 cache was a default setting on auto
I just give it a little more at 32 and all core 39 just for a little bump

Please do limit vccio cpu and pch to 1.05v xmp does exaggerate this voltage or just increasing memory frequency past 2133
01-10-2020 02:35 AM
Nastya A ratio of 31 is very safe, provided the board doesn't increase cache voltage to unsafe territories. What the profile will additionally do is set the ratio to a fixed 31, meaning the cache ratio is permanently at 31 and won't downclock.
01-10-2020 12:59 AM
brotherscro
Quote: Originally Posted by ThrashZone View Post
Hi,
I'd just ride it out on xmp until you actually run into a problem especially running at 2666 xmp profile 1

I would how ever limit a couple settings which usually get exaggerated on auto.
VCCIO cpu to it's default at 1.05v
VCCIO pch to it's default at 1.05v
Hm will do didn't touch that at all

One last thing is this okay when I enable XMP
Im talking about CPU Cache Ratio don't know what it does so I don't now if it's safe at that value it was always on auto
01-09-2020 07:31 AM
ThrashZone Hi,
I'd just ride it out on xmp until you actually run into a problem especially running at 2666 xmp profile 1

I would how ever limit a couple settings which usually get exaggerated on auto.
VCCIO cpu to it's default at 1.05v
VCCIO pch to it's default at 1.05v
01-09-2020 07:07 AM
brotherscro
Quote: Originally Posted by Kbird View Post
There is no need to use XMP , just set the Timings and voltage yourself , XMP can do weird things to Voltages and Change the Strap which I don't personally trust 100% especially the Voltages if left on Auto.

Try the Ram at the 1066mhz speed Timings settings ( std.2133mhz default) you see in CPUz , it's what I'm doing with my Corsair Ram , (V4.32)
my C15 is running C14 timings and is fine in RealBench and Benchs like FFXIV Heavensward. ( I think it is harder on computer than FFXIV )

Personally I have always had good luck with Micron Memory in the Past , was always my goto before X99.

KB.
Can you tell me what to change from these picture don't wanna mess up anything
So I'm guessing just this
DRAM Frequency: 2666
DRAM Voltage (CHA,CHB)
DRAM Voltage (CHC, CHD) both 1.2v ?

And on other picture just change primary timings ?
01-09-2020 06:42 AM
ThrashZone
Quote: Originally Posted by brotherscro View Post
No that was kit before you can see few pages back this is the new one I just got today so far works pretty fine no issues so pretty happy about it
Hi,
Good

So you never ran thaiphoon on the older set ?

I gave up on corsair personally
I got a trident-z 3200c14 4x8gb kit and never looked back 2 years running on it on my x99
https://www.overclock.net/forum/6-in...l#post28262598
01-09-2020 06:36 AM
Kbird
Quote: Originally Posted by brotherscro View Post
So today finally after week of waiting for my DDR4 32GB (4x8GB) Corsair Vengeance LPX CMK32GX4M4A2666C16R kit arrived
So far everything works fine
The only thing I noticed that when I selected XMP profile it changed strap to 100 and all cores to 3.7ghz , and changed cache
So It should work fine without worries for CPU right ? (i7 5930k) I usually oc it before gaming to 4.4ghz (1.280v)
Also is there any OC that could be done on ram or something to improve if it can or should I just keep it as is
There is no need to use XMP , just set the Timings and voltage yourself , XMP can do weird things to Voltages and Change the Strap which I don't personally trust 100% especially the Voltages if left on Auto.

Try the Ram at the 1066mhz speed Timings settings ( std.2133mhz default) you see in CPUz , it's what I'm doing with my Corsair Ram , (V4.32)
my C15 is running C14 timings and is fine in RealBench and Benchs like FFXIV Heavensward. ( I think it is harder on computer than FFXIV )

Personally I have always had good luck with Micron Memory in the Past , was always my goto before X99.

KB.
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