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12-12-2019 09:25 AM
reachthesky
Quote: Originally Posted by toolmaker03 View Post
ok so I have a question, I have a Z390 Aorus master motherboard, and Aorus 1080 ti video cards. would putting Aorus 3200 memory and a 1T Aorus M.2 SSD in this system, make the system any more stable, than just using mismatched hardware?
Good question, I'd also be curious if it would increase stability.
12-12-2019 07:54 AM
toolmaker03 ok so I have a question, I have a Z390 Aorus master motherboard, and Aorus 1080 ti video cards. would putting Aorus 3200 memory and a 1T Aorus M.2 SSD in this system, make the system any more stable, than just using mismatched hardware?
12-12-2019 07:38 AM
reachthesky
Quote: Originally Posted by Lurifaks View Post
What ram do u have ?
F4-4000C17Q-32GTZR
Trident Z RGB
DDR4-4000MHz CL17-17-17-37 1.35V
32GB (4x8GB)

timings are tightened to CL15-15-15-32 1.5v
12-12-2019 06:15 AM
Lurifaks
Quote: Originally Posted by reachthesky View Post
Cinebench results are pretty solid so far. 20 points higher than the best 5g all core OC cbr15 result on hwbot.org. Achievement unlocked lol.
What ram do u have ?
12-12-2019 05:46 AM
reachthesky https://hwbot.org/challenge/duplicit...il_jan_11_2020

global OC challenge, cinebench r15 is the race track, 5ghz all core frequency.
12-12-2019 04:44 AM
reachthesky Cinebench results are pretty solid so far. 20 points higher than the best 5g all core OC cbr15 result on hwbot.org. Achievement unlocked lol.

12-12-2019 02:02 AM
reachthesky I ended up going back to f9 bios. Still couldn't stabilize 5.2g on f10 unfortunately, o wells. I don't think the chip can handle it unless the IHS was removed/direct die/shave the die. Maybe one day in the future. regardless, Thanks for the help falkentyne, always appreciated.

Going back to this: 5.0-5.3ghz w/ hyperthreading
Turbo per core w/ ring to core enabled
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cpu vcore-normal/offset +140mv
cpu vcore llc low
cpu vcore protection 400mv
cpu vcore current protection extreme
switchrate 500khz
phase control extreme
acdc-1/1
speedshift epp 0
12-11-2019 10:55 AM
reachthesky false alarmski. doh.

another interesting thing about this bios is gigabyte's preset overclocks. Nicely done, accounts for avx automatically. default was 47x, gaming 48x, advanced 50x. I typed in 51x multiplier manually and it booted with the right amount of voltage under avx load that i normally had to tune for lol. 52x didn't boot through modified gigabyte preset ><
12-11-2019 10:21 AM
Falkentyne
Quote: Originally Posted by reachthesky View Post
Ok i think i'm making progress. doing a bit of messing around with everything.

Raised my tjmax to 110. figured out tjmax voltage required for 5.2 is 1.36v when setting ac/dc 1-1 with turbo llc + fixed voltage. Though it wasn't stable enough to complete a cinebench run. I switched to acdc preset powersaving, dvidoffset +120mv, llc low, TVB enabled.

still cache errors, even if i lowered cache ratio to 43. Tried sa/io dram voltage bumps incase or even more vcore, still errors.

i'm back to acdc preset powersaving, dvidoffset +120mv, llc low, TVB enabled again.

i opened up throttlestop and used the memory feature here.

https://imgur.com/a/HecBp5i

Now i'm using speedshift Epp 0 with this and no cache errors at all. was just looping timespy cpu test.

no cache errors at all. I don't understand as i already had all limits disabled in the bios so using that memory feature in throttlestop to disable turbo limits did something.
EPP 0 with SpeedShifit (SST) basically prevents any downclocking. So keeping the processor at full frequency would prevent any transient penalties whatsoever from the clocks changing at load release.
Not sure about the disable turbo power limits thing. Didn't pay much attention to it in the notebookreview thread when TS 8.70 came out, but I thought it was to prevent laptops from reapplying turbo power limits when you try to disable them, because some laptops would reapply a cancer turbo power limit like 45 watts even when you disabled it, because of how awful their EC or Bioses were.
Changing clock speeds with TS is very convenient. Just don't do it while a stress test is running or be prepared to insta-BSOD (explained under transient response)

https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...t=explanations

Unfortunately I can't comment on this more since I don't use offset voltage. I do have a SST=0 profile on my laptop with Throttlestop, however.
12-11-2019 08:56 AM
reachthesky Ok i think i'm making progress. doing a bit of messing around with everything.

Raised my tjmax to 110. figured out tjmax voltage required for 5.2 is 1.36v when setting ac/dc 1-1 with turbo llc + fixed voltage. Though it wasn't stable enough to complete a cinebench run. I switched to acdc preset powersaving, dvidoffset +120mv, llc low, TVB enabled.

still cache errors, even if i lowered cache ratio to 43. Tried sa/io dram voltage bumps incase or even more vcore, still errors.

i'm back to acdc preset powersaving, dvidoffset +120mv, llc low, TVB enabled again.

i opened up throttlestop and used the memory feature here.

https://imgur.com/a/HecBp5i

Now i'm using speedshift Epp 0 with this and no cache errors at all. was just looping timespy cpu test.

no cache errors at all. I don't understand as i already had all limits disabled in the bios so using that memory feature in throttlestop to disable turbo limits did something.
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