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01-21-2020 12:45 AM
Salve1412
Quote: Originally Posted by LordGurciullo View Post
I could try that. its super close to what I tried though. a couple differences.. Voltages? What were your ram latency benchmarks with this?
Quote: Originally Posted by AndrejB View Post
What dram voltage is this?
Yeah, at first sight these timings don't look so different from Nammi's (which I had tried myself before unsuccesfully), but in my case raising tWR, tRTP and tCKE lowering tRDWRs at the same time proved to be much more stable and even better performance-wise. Latency wasn't actually significantly lower than yours, LordGurciullo (38.3ns minimum in AIDA). Voltages are 1.46V DRAM, 1.22V VCCIO and 1.2V System Agent, but to be fair the kit is XMP rated for 4266 17-18-18-38 1.45V, so that may account for the not so high DRAM Voltage required.
01-20-2020 09:27 PM
LordGurciullo OK Nammi! I downloaded the windows performance recorder and I cant lie. I'm a bit confused. Not sure what to be looking for or what I'm looking at.

Any help on this?
01-20-2020 09:21 PM
AndrejB
Quote: Originally Posted by Salve1412 View Post
Quote: Originally Posted by LordGurciullo View Post
John Wick Here. Yup. I'm serious af and my aim is no joke. Can't have no latency issue when that pistol fires to the brain.

OK I tried 4133 16 16 16 as per Nammi's settings.

No go. Blue screen memory management. Threw up errors instant on ram test. Geekbench crashed it... and latency showed 38.9. Which is exactly what I was getting at 17 17 17.

I'm thinking that this is it for me folks.. I had voltage up to 1.49 and 1.29 for both and while it may be ok at 1.51 or 1.31 i don't wanna run that. I even upped vcore to 1.3.

Thoughts??


ALSO! Apparently disaabling meltdown and spectre protection can get us more performance... How do we feel about that?
ALSO! MY nvidia latency seems to stay stable unless I open steam. Immediately jumps to 471 everytime.
How do we find out what is causing that?

Need the pros here.
Maybe you can try these settings for 4133 CL16 (I think Gen. was the one who posted them in the first place in this thread). In my case they stabilized my previously unstable RAM at this very frequency, making it pass Karhu and HCI.
What dram voltage is this?
01-20-2020 09:10 PM
Almog Dahan
Quote: Originally Posted by Falkentyne View Post
Quote: Originally Posted by Almog Dahan View Post
Sorry I wasn't trying to hide anything. I just reduced ring to x44 and tried from 1.3 to 1.225 turbo and extreme in realbench occt and apex legends and so far there's no error. I don't want to open my mouth about it too ... but is it nothing to run home about? https://imgur.com/a/MJHhEP7
Was probably the too high cache ratio making you unstable.
Sadly I got down to turbo and 1.23v and I got an error after an hour and half in realbench and about an hour too in apex. But seems much more stable with lower cache ratio. I'll try bumping vcore a little and keep testing in hope to find a sweet spot in the low voltage side.
01-20-2020 08:40 PM
satinghostrider
Quote: Originally Posted by satinghostrider View Post
@KedarWolf

Aorus Master BIOS : F11C Official from Gigabyte

Thank you so much for your settings in the other threads I got very good gains using your settings despite it being just 2 x 8GB sticks of the G.Skill 3600 CL16. I have since ordered another pair to run 4 x 8gb sticks.

I used your settings but for some reason I cannot seem to change the RTL and IOL. Everytime I change, it defaults back to 87 for example. This is on 2 x 8gb sticks currently.

I have attached the screenshots below and hope you could guide me somewhat on changing the remaining settings.

Anyone can give me any tips to improve my current settings?

Thanks man!
@KedarWolf

Original Post : https://www.overclock.net/forum/28292506-post7063.html

Anyone able to improve the above settings?
Someone mentioned Gen's settings but do you know what VDIMM, VSA and VCCIO is run?

Thanks Guys!
01-20-2020 08:14 PM
BigMack70
Quote: Originally Posted by wholeeo View Post
Use the bios switch to revert to chip that has F10 with your profiles.
Thanks. I didn't realize this is a dual bios board. I still dunno why down clocking the memory has caused this to fall apart, though. Struggling to apply old settings and POST at the moment


Edit
..... annnnnd it crashed on boot and killed my windows install for the OG bios (checksum error). So I guess I'm using a new BIOS after all. Well this'll teach me to bother ever trying this again... Wowww
01-20-2020 07:50 PM
LordGurciullo I could try that. its super close to what I tried though. a couple differences.. Voltages? What were your ram latency benchmarks with this?

Yes it is disabled KEDAR.

It seems to happen on steam launch... and on other things... and it seems to usually be 471...
Id really like to know.
01-20-2020 07:48 PM
wholeeo
Quote: Originally Posted by BigMack70 View Post
OK so I'm trying to figure out what the F just happened...

I had everything up and running at 5.2 GHz stable, been overclocking memory and got to 4133 in what appeared to be a stable config. Thought it would be fun to downclock the memory and then do some gaming benchmarks and see what the impact was of 4133 vs 3600 vs 3000.

So, went into the BIOS, changed frequency from 4133 to 3600, saved and exited, and the entire thing died. PC wouldn't POST, restarted itself maybe 10 times, and then when it finally came back to life it had wiped out my F10 BIOS and reverted back to F9 and lost all my settings and profiles.

W. T. F.

Gotta try and re-do everything from memory now... and re-flash the BIOS... sheesh
Use the bios switch to revert to chip that has F10 with your profiles.
01-20-2020 06:51 PM
BigMack70 OK so I'm trying to figure out what the F just happened...

I had everything up and running at 5.2 GHz stable, been overclocking memory and got to 4133 in what appeared to be a stable config. Thought it would be fun to downclock the memory and then do some gaming benchmarks and see what the impact was of 4133 vs 3600 vs 3000.

So, went into the BIOS, changed frequency from 4133 to 3600, saved and exited, and the entire thing died. PC wouldn't POST, restarted itself maybe 10 times, and then when it finally came back to life it had wiped out my F10 BIOS and reverted back to F9 and lost all my settings and profiles.

W. T. F.

Gotta try and re-do everything from memory now... and re-flash the BIOS... sheesh
01-20-2020 06:35 PM
KedarWolf
Quote: Originally Posted by LordGurciullo View Post
John Wick Here. Yup. I'm serious af and my aim is no joke. Can't have no latency issue when that pistol fires to the brain.

OK I tried 4133 16 16 16 as per Nammi's settings.

No go. Blue screen memory management. Threw up errors instant on ram test. Geekbench crashed it... and latency showed 38.9. Which is exactly what I was getting at 17 17 17.

I'm thinking that this is it for me folks.. I had voltage up to 1.49 and 1.29 for both and while it may be ok at 1.51 or 1.31 i don't wanna run that. I even upped vcore to 1.3.

Thoughts??


ALSO! Apparently disaabling meltdown and spectre protection can get us more performance... How do we feel about that?
ALSO! MY nvidia latency seems to stay stable unless I open steam. Immediately jumps to 471 everytime.
How do we find out what is causing that?

Need the pros here.
Make sure hardware decoding and GPU accelerated rendering is disabled in Steam settings.
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