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11-03-2019 04:21 PM
poulk Hi all!
I got a new memory 4x8GB Corsair 3200 c16 (aida says it single side hynix).
On my system, with 5820k and R5E I can't push this memory to 3000 MHz(it's bootup, but crash in windows) on 3200 it even not boot up.
I try many bios settings but nothing helps.
So now I'm thinking did it wort trying at least to get 3000?
I know x99 is not the best platform for memory overclocking.
But this looks bad even for x99.
Maybe someone have advice "how-to"?
10-25-2019 06:15 AM
Vlada011 4.2GHz is ideal frequency for i7-6950X.
That's not 6 or 8 cores. I remind you, single threaded performance of i7-6950X on 4.2GHz are equal to i7-5820K on 4.5GHz.
X99 can't compete with newer AMD systems with more cores but still is great platform.
I plan to stay on X99 until DDR5.
10-20-2019 08:13 AM
zoson
Quote: Originally Posted by Baasha View Post
Just installed the latest BIOS but struggling with the 4.30Ghz OC for my 6950X.

I stress tested and it seems fine but temps are way too high. What LLC setting should it be on? I have it on Auto now.

Do we need to manually set the Agent Voltage etc.? I only set V-Core and DRAM voltage manually but pretty much everything else is on Auto. Would appreciate some help.
Quote: Originally Posted by ThrashZone View Post
Hi,
Yes !

LLC I've never seen any real advantage to going past LLC-4 or 5

I'll just throw this good advice down by xkm1948 I saved a while back
I have seen significant benefits to LLC7 and LLC8 depending on the CPU.

That said, just like anything else in overclocking, it's highly CPU dependent - some will need more, some will need less and the only way to know is to test your specific CPU.
10-19-2019 07:58 AM
ThrashZone
Quote: Originally Posted by Baasha View Post
Just installed the latest BIOS but struggling with the 4.30Ghz OC for my 6950X.

I stress tested and it seems fine but temps are way too high. What LLC setting should it be on? I have it on Auto now.

Do we need to manually set the Agent Voltage etc.? I only set V-Core and DRAM voltage manually but pretty much everything else is on Auto. Would appreciate some help.
Hi,
Yes !

LLC I've never seen any real advantage to going past LLC-4 or 5

I'll just throw this good advice down by xkm1948 I saved a while back

Quote:
1. Dont run auto voltage on vcore, VCCIO, VCCSA, Vcache and VDRAM
2. Don't use XMP. Always set everything manually
3. Vcore wont hurt much. It is usually cache overclocking that kills your chip.
Keep your cache as close to 1V as possible
4. VCCSA is the same thing. Keep it as close to 1V as possible.
5. Provide adequate cooling for the VRM if you are using AIO.
vccsa 1.1
cache 1.0
vccio 1.05
10-18-2019 09:48 PM
Baasha Just installed the latest BIOS but struggling with the 4.30Ghz OC for my 6950X.

I stress tested and it seems fine but temps are way too high. What LLC setting should it be on? I have it on Auto now.

Do we need to manually set the Agent Voltage etc.? I only set V-Core and DRAM voltage manually but pretty much everything else is on Auto. Would appreciate some help.
10-15-2019 12:58 PM
vmanuelgm
Quote: Originally Posted by panosxidis View Post
mcupdate_genuineIntel.dll just delete on system32

Sometimes Windows will download the file again, for example when sfc /scannow or because of an update.
10-15-2019 12:51 PM
panosxidis mcupdate_genuineIntel.dll just delete on system32
10-10-2019 12:20 PM
vmanuelgm
Quote: Originally Posted by panosxidis View Post
Last CPU microcodes is only security Updates you dont need for best perfomance!!!and have Spectre fixes!!!for broadwell-e for me 19 is the best cpu microcode for perfomance

Bios Microcode version will be overrided by Windows own version if this one is newer.

In Windows Insider 18991 for example, the 19 version will be overrided by 31 version included in the file mcupdate_genuineIntel.dll, unless u use some workaround.
10-10-2019 11:57 AM
panosxidis Last CPU microcodes is only security Updates you dont need for best perfomance!!!and have Spectre fixes!!!for broadwell-e for me 19 is the best cpu microcode for perfomance
08-08-2019 11:23 AM
vmanuelgm
Quote: Originally Posted by xkm1948 View Post
What is the micro code for this BIOS? Can you guys check with HWINFO?

Thanks!

Microcode 36 in original 4101


Here a 4101 mod with microcode 37 and latest Intel Raid and Lan modules:


https://mega.nz/#!tnxjBKJL!Zy7_DuYvM...g30hagYDR48Kw0


Don't forget to use Asus Flashback, the file comes renamed for Flashback after decompressing it.






Quote: Originally Posted by Tyemcho View Post
hi huys i have RAMPAGE V EXTREME/U3.1 + 6900K please tell me which Trident Z RGB modules to buy for this combo. is there anyone who has trident z rgb ram with this motherboard? i tried to boot my pc with ripjaw V 2800 with XMP" but it does not work. i also tried to install one module 3200 trident z "non RGB" and it works. so i have decided to buy quad channel kit. any suggestions?


G.SKill 3200 CL14 quad is a nice suit, RGB or non RGB versions.
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