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10-16-2019 03:30 PM
angvil Okay, the crashes turns out to be from the CPU OC. I cranked it down to 4.5Ghz and took the RAM OC down to 1866 10-11-10-26-1T-5-Auto-AUTO-10-4-16-6 stress tested for 7 straight hours on aida64 everything seems stable on 1.35v for vCore and 1.65v for RAM. Anything I can do to make things tighter or try something for 2133?
10-16-2019 02:54 AM
BroadPwns If 14 is tWR try setting it to 16.
10-16-2019 02:51 AM
angvil Okay scratch all what i said above about stability lol. apparently under heavy testing with aida64 and trying to play multiple games it crashed either hangs or BSOD with several errors. the most stable 2133 timings i managed to stay on with aida64 full stress was not the one I mentioned earlier i was this one 10-11-11-29-1T-AUTO-AUTO-AUTO-14-5-23-9-AUTO with voltage cranked up to 1.665 and btw i do have a stable CPU OC on 4.7 @ 1.477v.

Now i'm more confused cause I actually liked the 2133 freq it boosted my fps

My Motherboard is the Asus P8Z77-v
10-15-2019 10:48 PM
angvil
Quote: Originally Posted by Iwamotto Tetsuz View Post
you can try 2133 with 11-12-12-33-2T-9-45-AUTO-14-5-23-10-auto
11-13-13-34-2T-9-47-AUTO-14-5-23-10-auto
10-12-12-30-2T-8-42-AUTO-14-4-22-9-auto
10-11-11-29-2T-8-40-AUTO-14-5-23-9-auto
11-11-11-32-2T-9-43-AUTO-14-5-23-10-auto


you can try 1866 with
10-11-11-29-1T-8-40-AUTO-14-5-23-9-auto
9-11-11-27-1T-7-38-AUTO-12-5-23-8-auto
10-10-10-28-1T-8-38-AUTO-14-5-23-9-auto
9-10-10-26-1T-7-36-AUTO-12-5-23-8-auto

you can then drop back to 1T if your system boots and runs mem test stable
http://hcidesign.com/memtest/download.html
download the free ver and open a few coppies of mem test set each to run 2GB and monitor to occupy all ram,but leave 1GB of ram unsed.
Each coppy of mem test occupies a core so you'll also be stressing the cpu

if you got 2133 working properly I'll give you a set of 2400 and 2600 timings to try out

9/1600=0.005625
10/1600=0.00625
0.00625/0.005625 = 11.11111%Faster running Cl9 at 1600mhz
Hello I'm happy I have found this thread as before posting it has already helped me,

First of all I am sorry to bump such an old thread but hey you get it where you can
I have the exact same rig as the OP but I followed through the guide and managed to bump my timings to the one above mentioned on 2133 10-11-11-29-2T-8-40-AUTO-14-5-23-9-auto but on 1.65v
and so far so good been stressing the mem and cpu for an entire hour all is running smooth even benchmarks are much faster i am still at a loss about ram timings and i dunno if the number goes higher or lower is it better or not? I tried the other timings you provided but this one on benchmarks seems to look the fastest. do you have any tighter timings I can try? And also as OP I left REF on auto as it would not post if I change it to ANY value except what it is on I think 307.

Much appreciated mate in advance thank you
10-15-2016 09:06 AM
bhstr99
Quote:
Originally Posted by Iwamotto Tetsuz View Post

biggrin.gif
For cas latency 9, you'll probally be boosting the voltage to 1.7-1.8V to run it stable and its probally gonna get quite hot rolleyes.gif

Ah okay. Ill just keep it as it is and try tighten ref cycle. Thanks!



EDIT: I couldn't get the REF Cycle to 100, but 150 seems to have worked. If it crashes or anything funny happens I'll set it to 200, or back to default Auto.

Final Timings for now smile.gif -
10-14-2016 11:32 PM
Iwamotto Tetsuz biggrin.gif
For cas latency 9, you'll probally be boosting the voltage to 1.7-1.8V to run it stable and its probally gonna get quite hot rolleyes.gif
10-14-2016 09:45 PM
bhstr99
Quote:
Originally Posted by Iwamotto Tetsuz View Post

Nice that seems to be solid stable thumb.gif
So yeah your running at the tightest timing biggrin.gif

For the ref cycle you can leave them on auto. Or try lowering the values from like 200 To 100 or just 150 you can give it a few test to see how low it can go. if you want to

Thank you very much for your help thumb.gif

I may try lower the CAS Latency to 9, try my luck. If it doesn't work just go back to 10 and lower the try REF cycle, if that doesn't work well for me I'll just keep it on Auto like you said.


Once again thanks a lot for all your help, and everybody else who commented!
10-14-2016 03:08 PM
Iwamotto Tetsuz Nice that seems to be solid stable thumb.gif
So yeah your running at the tightest timing biggrin.gif

For the ref cycle you can leave them on auto. Or try lowering the values from like 200 To 100 or just 150 you can give it a few test to see how low it can go. if you want to
10-14-2016 05:46 AM
bhstr99
Quote:
Originally Posted by Iwamotto Tetsuz View Post

For mem test, you want to run about 5-10minutes when testing to see how tight the ram can get.
And once you got your best settings you then want to run it for 30minutes or more. Otherwise you'll be consuming too much time.

actually you want to try this timing first.
10-10-10-28-1T-8-38-AUTO-14-5-23-9
if this dosen't work then try

10-11-10-29-1T-8-39-AUTO-14-5-23-9-auto
if this dosen't work then try

10-11-11-28-1T-7-39-AUTO-12-4-20-8
10-11-11-27-1T-6-38-AUTO-12-5-19-7
10-11-11-26-1T-5-37-AUTO-10-4-16-6

10-10-10-27-1T-7-37-AUTO-12-4-20-8
10-10-10-26-1T-6-36-AUTO-12-5-19-7
10-10-10-25-1T-5-35-AUTO-10-4-16-6

10-11-10-28-1T-7-38-AUTO-12-4-20-8
10-11-10-27-1T-6-37-AUTO-12-5-19-7
10-11-10-26-1T-5-36-AUTO-10-4-16-6

Hi,

So before I list my results, for the REF Cycling timings you gave (38,39,36,35 etc) none of them would work on the timings so I set the REF Cycle to Auto like before so it worked. (X-X-X-X-CR(X)-X-Auto-AUTO-X-X-X-X)

The first set of timings:
10-10-10-28-1T-8-38-AUTO-14-5-23-9 Didn't work, would kind of just hang on the ASUS splash screen after values were set and PC restarted.

10-11-10-29-1T-8-39-AUTO-14-5-23-9-auto This worked so >

10-11-11-28-1T-7-39-AUTO-12-4-20-8 I skipped checking these timings
10-11-11-27-1T-6-38-AUTO-12-5-19-7 I skipped checking these timings
10-11-11-26-1T-5-37-AUTO-10-4-16-6 I skipped checking these timings

10-10-10-27-1T-7-37-AUTO-12-4-20-8 Did not work
10-10-10-26-1T-6-36-AUTO-12-5-19-7 Did not work
10-10-10-25-1T-5-35-AUTO-10-4-16-6 Did not work

Then I went directly to these as the 10-11-10 above worked.
10-11-10-28-1T-7-38-AUTO-12-4-20-8 Stressed for 10minutes, worked fine.
10-11-10-27-1T-6-37-AUTO-12-5-19-7 Stressed for 10minutes, worked fine.
10-11-10-26-1T-5-36-AUTO-10-4-16-6 Stressed for 10minutes, worked fine.

So currently I am on what I think is the best timings based on the values (Hope I picked the right one)
10-11-10-26-1T-5-Auto-AUTO-10-4-16-6 Which is the very last timings you gave in the list, and continuing to stress test whilst I browse the web.

EDIT:
Looks stable.
https://gyazo.com/b5e76e505da981594e147c696769701d
10-13-2016 10:27 PM
Iwamotto Tetsuz For mem test, you want to run about 5-10minutes when testing to see how tight the ram can get.
And once you got your best settings you then want to run it for 30minutes or more. Otherwise you'll be consuming too much time.

actually you want to try this timing first.
10-10-10-28-1T-8-38-AUTO-14-5-23-9
if this dosen't work then try

10-11-10-29-1T-8-39-AUTO-14-5-23-9-auto
if this dosen't work then try

10-11-11-28-1T-7-39-AUTO-12-4-20-8
10-11-11-27-1T-6-38-AUTO-12-5-19-7
10-11-11-26-1T-5-37-AUTO-10-4-16-6

10-10-10-27-1T-7-37-AUTO-12-4-20-8
10-10-10-26-1T-6-36-AUTO-12-5-19-7
10-10-10-25-1T-5-35-AUTO-10-4-16-6

10-11-10-28-1T-7-38-AUTO-12-4-20-8
10-11-10-27-1T-6-37-AUTO-12-5-19-7
10-11-10-26-1T-5-36-AUTO-10-4-16-6
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