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08-09-2020 09:07 PM
satinghostrider
Quote: Originally Posted by MangoMunchaa View Post
Quote: Originally Posted by satinghostrider View Post
Thanks @ XGS-Duplicity for the tips on increasing my VCCIO/VCCSA.

I re-did my timings and I have managed to get this working with 6000% Kahru testing coverage.
My games runs much more stable now and that weird CTD with some games like Battlefront 2 is all gone.
I also managed to push my my ring to 4.8GHz. I can easily run 5.1Ghz and 5.2Ghz easily with 5.2Ghz needing 1.36V under High LLC and 5.1GHz needing 1.33V LLC. 5.0GHz can be done at 1.30V LLC.
For daily, I have finalized at 5.1GHz as I feel that is fast enough and games are under 70 degrees. 5.2GHz hit low 70s and felt it was not worth the added heat and voltage for something I can't feel when gaming.

VDIMM : 1.5V
VSSSA / VCCIO : 1.30V
BIOS : F11C

Think this is as far as I can go with my setup which has proved rock stable for the last 5 days of testing. All these while I think I have been running too low a VCCIO and VCCSA. These Gigabyte boards can be very frustrating to work with, sometimes you can pass Kahru and next powerup you can suddenly fail the memtest. I have rebooted my system endless of times with the new memory settings and voltages and so far none of them threw an error with repeated testing. This might just be my golden settings for now.

P.S - I am running 1 pair on A1 PCB and another pair on A2 PCB despite both being G.Skill 3600C16. I think that is why I had so much trouble trying to get stable my memory overclocks with my earlier settings which I think could be aggressive given they were not matched pairs.

Thank you so much for sharing this, I had very similar timings but at 4000mhz and with your settings I'm currently at 5700% on karhu stable, hopefully it's still working for me too in real life scenarios. Ram I'm using is the Patriot 4400 C19-19-19-38 kit with the F11c bios too [IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/smilies/smile.gif[/IMG]

EDIT: Hit the magic 6400%
Congratulations mate! Happy that it has helped you. I'm still on those settings and couldn't be happier. Best of luck and take care!
08-09-2020 07:43 PM
MangoMunchaa
Quote: Originally Posted by satinghostrider View Post
Thanks @ XGS-Duplicity for the tips on increasing my VCCIO/VCCSA.

I re-did my timings and I have managed to get this working with 6000% Kahru testing coverage.
My games runs much more stable now and that weird CTD with some games like Battlefront 2 is all gone.
I also managed to push my my ring to 4.8GHz. I can easily run 5.1Ghz and 5.2Ghz easily with 5.2Ghz needing 1.36V under High LLC and 5.1GHz needing 1.33V LLC. 5.0GHz can be done at 1.30V LLC.
For daily, I have finalized at 5.1GHz as I feel that is fast enough and games are under 70 degrees. 5.2GHz hit low 70s and felt it was not worth the added heat and voltage for something I can't feel when gaming.

VDIMM : 1.5V
VSSSA / VCCIO : 1.30V
BIOS : F11C

Think this is as far as I can go with my setup which has proved rock stable for the last 5 days of testing. All these while I think I have been running too low a VCCIO and VCCSA. These Gigabyte boards can be very frustrating to work with, sometimes you can pass Kahru and next powerup you can suddenly fail the memtest. I have rebooted my system endless of times with the new memory settings and voltages and so far none of them threw an error with repeated testing. This might just be my golden settings for now.

P.S - I am running 1 pair on A1 PCB and another pair on A2 PCB despite both being G.Skill 3600C16. I think that is why I had so much trouble trying to get stable my memory overclocks with my earlier settings which I think could be aggressive given they were not matched pairs.

Thank you so much for sharing this, I had very similar timings but at 4000mhz and with your settings I'm currently at 5700% on karhu stable, hopefully it's still working for me too in real life scenarios. Ram I'm using is the Patriot 4400 C19-19-19-38 kit with the F11c bios too

EDIT: Hit the magic 6400%
08-09-2020 01:18 PM
opt33
Quote: Originally Posted by johnyy View Post
Guys I have not read all the thread but wondering if by now there is received wisdom about simply getting 2x8gb ddr4 to boot in dual channel mode. Perhaps whether there is a preferred bios revision. I have:

Gigabyte Z390 AORUS PRO WIFI LGA 1151 DDR4 ATX
Intel Core i5 9600K 3.7 GHz
Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 DRAM 2666MHz C16 Memory Kit - Yes this is on the memory support list

I am noticing that my cpu is not on the support list because it is 12MB L3 Cache, whereas the same CPU with only 9MB cache is supported. Would that be a cause for a problem. I should note everything else works with 2xddr in slots A1/A2 except fan speed control which does not show my Noctua's
With 2 dimm, you want to be in A2/B2, ie slots 2 and 4. A1/B1 works but not as well. If you are in A1/A2 with 2 dimm that is your problem.
08-09-2020 12:58 PM
Kha sorry, delete this, wrong thread
08-09-2020 04:26 AM
johnyy Guys I have not read all the thread but wondering if by now there is received wisdom about simply getting 2x8gb ddr4 to boot in dual channel mode. Perhaps whether there is a preferred bios revision. I have:

Gigabyte Z390 AORUS PRO WIFI LGA 1151 DDR4 ATX
Intel Core i5 9600K 3.7 GHz
Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 DRAM 2666MHz C16 Memory Kit - Yes this is on the memory support list

I am noticing that my cpu is not on the support list because it is 12MB L3 Cache, whereas the same CPU with only 9MB cache is supported. Would that be a cause for a problem. I should note everything else works with 2xddr in slots A1/A2 except fan speed control which does not show my Noctua's
08-09-2020 01:56 AM
Voidlol
Quote: Originally Posted by computertechy View Post
I would remove drives & switch main bios to backup bios(F7 if memory serves), let it boot then reset to defaults and shutdown.

Put drives in again, boot. if it works or symptoms change i would blame bios.

If it doesn't work i would blame the new drive, my Sabrent was DOA and stopped my main system drive from booting when it was installed.
Tried this and still no work. Only one of them is recognized. Tried with maximus xi formula - both of them are recognized. Seems like aorus master is defective -_-
08-08-2020 11:39 PM
misteroverclock
Quote: Originally Posted by XGS-Duplicity View Post
get off of those ****ty beta bioses and newer bioses. All of them are trash and a waste of time, I tried ALL OF THEM, either old/wrong code or filled with bugs or new microcode that affects performance. I swear they just have us try this stuff because their own employees are too lazy to test **** themself. Not once has one these beta or newer bioses done a damn thing for me and they have me waste my time testing them all. I see users get best results with f9. Don't bother with any other bios, ever, unless they provide you evidence of proof of concept, otherwise you will be wasting your time.




F9 Original or F9 Modded?
08-07-2020 05:03 AM
ryan92084 Thread cleaned. I should think it obvious but keep your personal matters out of a motherboard thread.
08-06-2020 09:30 AM
braceyourself22 Can someone explain to me why the bios feature "intel bios guard technology" is not found in my bios? Should I be contacting corporate? I have the sale lined up for my PC, unsure if I should complete it now.

Is there an official gigabyte guide or calculator for tuning acdc loadlines with auto voltage? I know what I need under load for all my clocks, just want to try it out instead of offset mode. Then i'll be gone for good.
08-05-2020 11:27 AM
Scunner
Quote: Originally Posted by Driller au View Post
Yea Falk would be the man you want since you are using auto Vcore i use DVID myself just a question do you need the Dram voltage so high i always found 1.35V plenty for 3200mhz ?

Dropped ram v down to 1.36 and upped to 3600. Windows stable it seems. Now to test. Thanks for the info.
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