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01-17-2020 04:50 AM
reachthesky Must get this stable....If i could only get the bclk to stick after shutdowns/coldboots.



I just did a shutdown to see if it would boot from full off. It wanted to retrain itself right away when I turned the power on. The good thing though is that it trained successfully on its own. Anyone know how to prevent this from happening?

EDIT: I may have forgotten to enable adaptive bclk voltage. It hasn't done the retrain thing since I enabled it. I ran into an issue where call of duty kept crashing right after launch so I went back into the bios and raised the dram voltage up by a tick. Seems to have done the trick for now. Gaming fine now, gonna do a bunch of restarts/shutdowns to see if there are any issues booting. will probably throw it in a memtest if i'm feelin cute
01-17-2020 04:50 AM
reachthesky
Quote: Originally Posted by coolkwc View Post
Just done the processor swap test today and confirmed my i9-9900K is gone.
Will go for warranty claim.
What happened?
01-17-2020 04:41 AM
coolkwc Just done the processor swap test today and confirmed my i9-9900K is gone.
Will go for warranty claim.
01-17-2020 03:51 AM
reachthesky
Quote: Originally Posted by LordGurciullo View Post
reach the sky you're a monster!
I think you need ram overclockers anonymous dude.

I'm sitting at 4133 17 17 17 34 and getting 38.6 ..
I tried 4133 16 16 16 34 and it didn't fly but I didn't raise my voltages too much more...
The system wouldn't even boot back into bios and I had to ice pick the cmos and Id rather not have to do that again but I am envious of your

5.1 and 3900 15 15 15 32

What are your voltages for this (I wont go up to 1.35 or 1.55 dram ) so I think this might be worth a shot...
What is your vcore / llc?

Can you run real bench stress for an hour? What are your temps?

My scores in superposition have been infuriating me going from 32k to 36k ...
correct your tras timing, you are cutting it short and probably suffering a performance penalty. if you are going 17-17-17, your tras should in theory be 36 or higher, not 34.
01-17-2020 03:48 AM
reachthesky
Quote: Originally Posted by LordGurciullo View Post
reach the sky you're a monster!
I think you need ram overclockers anonymous dude.

I'm sitting at 4133 17 17 17 34 and getting 38.6 ..
I tried 4133 16 16 16 34 and it didn't fly but I didn't raise my voltages too much more...
The system wouldn't even boot back into bios and I had to ice pick the cmos and Id rather not have to do that again but I am envious of your

5.1 and 3900 15 15 15 32

What are your voltages for this (I wont go up to 1.35 or 1.55 dram ) so I think this might be worth a shot...
What is your vcore / llc?

Can you run real bench stress for an hour? What are your temps?

My scores in superposition have been infuriating me going from 32k to 36k ...
settings for for 5.1ghz/4.8cache + cl15 3900

acdc powersaving
llc standard
vcore-normal-dvid offset +100mv
phasecontrol/switchrate - whatever you wish
EIST + C3 enabled

1.3v sa/io
1.5v vdimm/training

I use the same exact timings for cl15 4133/3900 except the motherboard insists on 14/10 for twtr_L/S for 3900. I posted the timings earlier a couple pages back.

realbench temps are high at 5.1ghz. load voltage is around 1.32v ish, sometimes a little more.

I really dislike the 3900 profile. Sure it is .4ns better in latency than my preferred cl15/4133 profile but I didn't buy a 475 dollar 4000mhz ram kit just to end up underclocking it. It just feels odd. I dunno. I'm a little cranky, spent some time trying to use 4400+ frequencies, no success.
01-17-2020 02:23 AM
LordGurciullo reach the sky you're a monster!
I think you need ram overclockers anonymous dude.

I'm sitting at 4133 17 17 17 34 and getting 38.6 ..
I tried 4133 16 16 16 34 and it didn't fly but I didn't raise my voltages too much more...
The system wouldn't even boot back into bios and I had to ice pick the cmos and Id rather not have to do that again but I am envious of your

5.1 and 3900 15 15 15 32

What are your voltages for this (I wont go up to 1.35 or 1.55 dram ) so I think this might be worth a shot...
What is your vcore / llc?

Can you run real bench stress for an hour? What are your temps?

My scores in superposition have been infuriating me going from 32k to 36k ...
01-16-2020 11:14 PM
Lurifaks
Quote: Originally Posted by reachthesky View Post
Here is what I used for each profile:
Thanks for this post will test some this weekend
01-16-2020 09:50 PM
Falkentyne
Quote: Originally Posted by AndrejB View Post
Thanks, I'm trying to form a working theory about these at least for this board.

Would you mind trying 1.18sa and 1.16io on those settings? (Linx is a more reliable test than Apex, but I don't have the cooling capacity for it)
I can't answer this question for you.
01-16-2020 09:42 PM
AndrejB
Quote: Originally Posted by Falkentyne View Post
Every CPU and CPU/RAM (with frequency) combination is going to be different. No one can answer this question for your hardware except you.

For example, at 4.7 ghz core/4.4 ghz cache, with my 3200 C14 RAM at 3600 15-15-15-36, 2T, tRFC=308, tREFI=65520 (etc), DDRV: 1.45v, I got a red LinX crash error (test stopped) with VCCIO 1.20v, VCCSA 1.25v.
But with VCCIO 1.23v, SA 1.25v, there was no more crash error.

Every CPU will respond differently based on core/cache settings, RAM settings and timings, especially hyperthreaded chips, since the IMC/L3 cache is heavily involved in virtualized cores.
Thanks, I'm trying to form a working theory about these at least for this board.

Would you mind trying 1.18sa and 1.16io on those settings? (Linx is a more reliable test than Apex, but I don't have the cooling capacity for it)
01-16-2020 09:41 PM
reachthesky
Quote: Originally Posted by wholeeo View Post
Had to share that I installed the monoblock this past weekend. Should have done direct die mount when I had the chance since now I'll have to remove everything to get to it CPU again.
clean build!
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