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02-21-2020 09:06 AM
fleps
Quote: Originally Posted by Imprezzion View Post
Just try to go down 1 timing on the main 3. 16-17-17-35-350 for example. Or shoot for 4200 or maybe even 4400 on these timings. I see the most optimal results in AIDA as 60GB+ bandwidth with sub 40ns latency. That is do-able on 4000CL16 with the right sub-timings and pretty easy on 4200 CL16. But, that's my personal goal / preference.
Uh I forgot to post again, these memories are 3600 17-18-18, even being b-die I don't think I can push 400Mhz of OC while reducing the timings like that.
02-21-2020 08:08 AM
Imprezzion Just try to go down 1 timing on the main 3. 16-17-17-35-350 for example. Or shoot for 4200 or maybe even 4400 on these timings. I see the most optimal results in AIDA as 60GB+ bandwidth with sub 40ns latency. That is do-able on 4000CL16 with the right sub-timings and pretty easy on 4200 CL16. But, that's my personal goal / preference.
02-21-2020 07:56 AM
fleps
Quote: Originally Posted by munternet View Post
Is it the same stick failing?
Lifetime warranty
https://www.adata.com/upload/downloa...e_20180426.pdf
They are brand new, I'm just returning one kit to the store and they will send another

Anyway, with one kit (2x8GB) I was able to get stable 4000mhz with these numbers below (they are 3600 17-18-18 b-die)

Is it ok? What could I improve more?

Thanks
02-21-2020 07:22 AM
truehighroller1
Quote: Originally Posted by ashr View Post
I'll try reinstall 1909 over the weekend and see if it helps. If not I'm going back to 1809. Anyone else on 1909 and an Intel CPU noticed this too?
Everything seems good here honestly.

2018

vs now

That's with less overclock on my cpu today and less cache speed.. I'm at 3100mhz cache right now.
02-21-2020 07:12 AM
ashr
Quote: Originally Posted by munternet View Post
Unless you've got something running in the background it does look like you'e taken a hit.
I "upgraded" to the newer patched version of W10 1909 and took a major performance hit so changed back to 1809
I also found that nvidia driver 417.35 and earlier give a much better frame-rate than any later nvidia driver in BFV.
The downside is multitasking suffers a little. Only noticeable if I'm mining with my GPU. It doesn't leave much in the way of resources for other apps. Chrome stutters badly. I changed drivers back and forth to confirm.
Old driver better for gaming
New driver better for multitasking
I'll try reinstall 1909 over the weekend and see if it helps. If not I'm going back to 1809. Anyone else on 1909 and an Intel CPU noticed this too?
02-21-2020 12:06 AM
munternet
Quote: Originally Posted by fleps View Post
Tried with 1.25 1.3 and even 1.35, same results, won't post.

I've also discovered one of the sticks is failing memtest even on stock, but even with only 2x8GB, same results.

I think I'll just accept 4000mhz and try to optimize it.
Is it the same stick failing?
Lifetime warranty
https://www.adata.com/upload/downloa...e_20180426.pdf
02-20-2020 11:52 PM
Antsu Has anyone tested the temperatures of sticks without heatspreaders on 2 DIMM boards? Mine get a little hot even with decent airflow when pushed hard and my gut feeling tells me removing the heatsinks would help clear some space and thus improve airflow and temps. It's just such a pain to remove them I kind of want someone to tell me it doesn't help, lol.
02-20-2020 11:12 PM
fleps
Quote: Originally Posted by Jpmboy View Post

what vsa and vccio voltage ?
Tried with 1.25 1.3 and even 1.35, same results, won't post.

I've also discovered one of the sticks is failing memtest even on stock, but even with only 2x8GB, same results.

I think I'll just accept 4000mhz and try to optimize it.
02-20-2020 09:10 PM
munternet
Quote: Originally Posted by ashr View Post
Is there any reason why I've lost performance over time? Is it due to security patches (9900k)? I've tried all stock/auto settings and I'm getting the same lower performance.
The top result is from 04/2019 and the bottom one is today.
Unless you've got something running in the background it does look like you'e taken a hit.
I "upgraded" to the newer patched version of W10 1909 and took a major performance hit so changed back to 1809
I also found that nvidia driver 417.35 and earlier give a much better frame-rate than any later nvidia driver in BFV.
The downside is multitasking suffers a little. Only noticeable if I'm mining with my GPU. It doesn't leave much in the way of resources for other apps. Chrome stutters badly. I changed drivers back and forth to confirm.
Old driver better for gaming
New driver better for multitasking
02-20-2020 07:23 PM
ashr Is there any reason why I've lost performance over time? Is it due to security patches (9900k)? I've tried all stock/auto settings and I'm getting the same lower performance.
The top result is from 04/2019 and the bottom one is today.
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