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04-13-2020 01:01 AM
Quote: Originally Posted by di3t View Post
guys, did you solve the author’s problem? I have exactly the same trouble, the same memory and motherboard
Hello everybody. I will add a few words to the topic. I have 9900k and asus apex XI and g.skill 4800cl18 2x8gb memory. I can boot with XMP profile, I can change primary and secondary timings to 4600 cl17-19-19-38 1.5V (and pass all the memory and linx 0.9.3 tests (35000 - 20 times). But when rebooting, stability may be lost. Of course, I turned off the memory training in the BIOS and on the board. Working at a memory frequency of 4600+ is a lottery in which, in addition to memory and the motherboard, the memory controller (imc) in the processor plays an important role. My processor is much worse than the author of this topic. With its processor, I could easily work with 4600-4800 memory and optimized timings.
For my 9900k, I decided to work with memory at a frequency of 4000c16-16-16-38 1.45V with optimized timings, which requires low voltages. May be next CPU will be better. Fortunately, I took my 4800 memory very cheaply - less than 350 dollars.
10-07-2019 02:32 PM
di3t guys, did you solve the author’s problem? I have exactly the same trouble, the same memory and motherboard
04-22-2019 12:16 PM
Quote: Originally Posted by centvalny View Post
Im not familiar with MXIE bios but try to find trace centering in dram timing control.

Enable it (supposed to help clocking with A2 PCB sticks)
Thanks for the reply. I couldn't find "trace" in the bios manual but I found this section.
Is any of this relevant?
04-22-2019 12:25 AM
centvalny Im not familiar with MXIE bios but try to find trace centering in dram timing control.

Enable it (supposed to help clocking with A2 PCB sticks)
04-18-2019 03:21 PM
munternet My friend has the same board and 9900k and some F4-4266C19D-16GTZR G.Skill 4266 he bought as open box that won't post. Only Q code cc.
It boots fine with other ram and the same ram in the quad description is in the QVL. (F4-4266C19Q-16GTZR)
Any suggestions before he returns it?
I was wondering if there may be a problem with it since it was purchased as "open box"

02-07-2019 08:18 PM
Fraizer i dont understood all but look is ok
02-07-2019 05:05 PM
Dillmiester I didn't really mean that as a statement I posed it as a question to you.

I already know the answer I just want to see what you say.

Once again its coming from a place of love brotha.

Also the language barrier is easier than you would think to overcome but the chain of events are critical in what you may be changing.
02-07-2019 05:03 PM
Fraizer @Dillmiester

you help me at the beging and even you just come now i am realy happy to read you and i know you are here to help me thank you a lot for that

about your question if i remember well i did that but dosent boot at vccio and vsa 1.2500v, only when i put at 1.30 both but when i run an GSAT it failed and my windows freez at 4400mhz it pass at 1.2500v but many error on gsat.

i tried too like i said at 4300 19-19-42 vccio & sa 1.2500v... (i was stupid to not wrot all my tast on a paper...) but i had the issue to restart the windows who take very long time like trying memory speed at boot. but here when i make an bench at this speed and timing i realise it was less better of the 4133 XMP + custom timing.

I have a problem with aida memory bench i dont know if its normal but the bench result are different up to 300 or 400points sometime and the reponse timing in nano seconds too... then not easy to know for every timing or freq if i get real gain.
this is normal ? or i have an problem ?
02-07-2019 04:29 PM
Dillmiester If you load the Raw Mhz profile and boot at 4500 and then try to load the XMP profile what is it going to do?

Im only trying to help you or anyone else that wants to understand im not trying to be a dick and Im not always right either.
02-07-2019 04:24 PM
Fraizer hi Dillmiester

i tried with higer timmings like at 4300 19-19... but i get problems and this was with and without xmp (i tried at the end xmp). i spend so many days to make many stability test and trying many stupid timings.. probably all those test was usless... lol

yes you are right about what i said in 1st post but i realy dont know what i did i had an mem ok switch was enable and i understand it was not good and i think like small vccio vsa... at this moment was focusing the 4600mhz and i dont understand at this moment why it dosent work...

i think is better to focus of what i post actualy i know a little more in oc and i am just trying actualy to focus of what i can have the best with this 4 dimm i make run like an quad kit when it is an double kit and no QVL list.

i hope i understand your question and answered right
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