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04-05-2020 12:37 AM
Apothysis Decided to re-do my fan setup and get rid of iCue entirely (previously had it installed but disabled on startup). Getting rid of the Corsair-services entirely gave me another 0.4 ns

Same kit and setup as before, F4-3600C15-16GTZ @ 1.535v, 1.25v IO/SA. Stable and solid daily setup (proof in previous post).


04-04-2020 11:55 PM
Apothysis
Quote: Originally Posted by Carillo View Post
Hey boys. I reach out for help. I have an 8086K and a set of Patriot Viper 4400 cl19 that I previously used on a MSI MPEG motherboard. I was stable at 4800 cl17, and also managed to boot 5000mhz ... I've now got an APEX Xi, and I know it's the best thing out there, but still I can't even boot 4700.... . Is there anyone who can give me some tips on what settings I need to set in order to boot 4600 plus? I know both the IMC and the b.die a2 sticks have no problem to handle this..The problem is probably ME

Make sure you manually set 2T and Maximus Mode 1. You also probably want to set tCWL to an even value just below CL (for CL17 set tCWL 16 etc, for CL16 try 16 or 14 etc), this has fixed most of the post-issues for me. Mode 2 usually stops working at 4400, after that you need manual tweaking but for 4600 and and above I'd definitely use Mode 1.
04-04-2020 05:08 PM
The Pook
Quote: Originally Posted by SgtRotty View Post
Can you post a pic of xmp timings at default 4000mhz please?? I see primary is 15-16-16-36, I was curious about secondary timings, and RTL IOL?

XMP doesn't set those timings, your motherboard does.

the only timings XMP sets is CAS/RCD/RP/RAS/RC/FAW/RDDS/RRDL/WR/WTRS (the ones that show in Thaiphoon Burner).
04-04-2020 04:58 PM
SgtRotty
Quote: Originally Posted by Scorpion667 View Post
The 4000c15 kit came in. Stress testing XMP seems ok so far. Haven't seen any reviews on this kit so I'll be the guinea pig.

A2 PCB with temp sensor. Zero thermal pad contact on the two chips closest to center (on both sticks). The other chips are only covered for 30% of the upper portion. With active cooling they stay under 40c at 1.5v however but still not ideal to prioritize heatsink aesthetics over heat dissipation on a high end kit.

I'll post an update once I validate XMP and start pushing them.




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Can you post a pic of xmp timings at default 4000mhz please?? I see primary is 15-16-16-36, I was curious about secondary timings, and RTL IOL?
04-04-2020 04:26 PM
munternet
Quote: Originally Posted by Carillo View Post
Hey boys. I reach out for help. I have an 8086K and a set of Patriot Viper 4400 cl19 that I previously used on a MSI MPEG motherboard. I was stable at 4800 cl17, and also managed to boot 5000mhz ... I've now got an APEX Xi, and I know it's the best thing out there, but still I can't even boot 4700.... . Is there anyone who can give me some tips on what settings I need to set in order to boot 4600 plus? I know both the IMC and the b.die a2 sticks have no problem to handle this..The problem is probably ME
What BIOS are you running?
A few people have said 1302 is better for high frequency memory on the Gene XI which seems to correspond to the Apex XI
04-04-2020 03:06 PM
Carillo Hey boys. I reach out for help. I have an 8086K and a set of Patriot Viper 4400 cl19 that I previously used on a MSI MPEG motherboard. I was stable at 4800 cl17, and also managed to boot 5000mhz ... I've now got an APEX Xi, and I know it's the best thing out there, but still I can't even boot 4700.... . Is there anyone who can give me some tips on what settings I need to set in order to boot 4600 plus? I know both the IMC and the b.die a2 sticks have no problem to handle this..The problem is probably ME
04-04-2020 10:28 AM
Veii @Gen. can you explain to me about tWR 8ns part a bit more
With what does it depend to be 8ns or why exactly 8ns ?
Is it a multiple of something else?
as required ns delay varies between speeds, it has to have a connection with something else
04-04-2020 08:58 AM
Gen.
Quote: Originally Posted by Jpmboy View Post
I'll give 'em a try. D1 RTLs and IOLs are not relevant with 2 SS dimms, right? RDD_s has a min of 4 ticks on many configs supposedly, but as I noted in a reply above, That's the timing no one has asked about for months. These are Boltz 20nm ICs. Can't get 3 to work on my 17nm armstrong ICs with the same CPU and board. Strange.
A value RRD_S=3 will only reduce system performance. Minimum 4.
04-04-2020 08:37 AM
djgar
Quote: Originally Posted by Jpmboy View Post
I have Brink's reg patch on all ASUS rigs here. Note: It can take up to a minute for the action to complete (especially the first couple of times). So be patient, it does work on the latest win10 distro.
Gigabyte and AsRock have the same function in the guise of an app in their OEM Tools. Mainly because they have implemented bios options for Ultra Fast boot where you really cannot catch the F2 or Del before OS handoff. (at least it is hopeless on My G9 x299 and Taichi Ultimate x470 when UltraFast is selected)
Just curious, how is this different from setting the firmware's option to boot into UEFI? Seems to work for my Strix X99 Gaming. At least that system partition says EFI.
04-04-2020 07:08 AM
Jpmboy
Quote: Originally Posted by nick name View Post
Can you add the /t flag to speed it up?
If I could fish out the reg entry for the context menu - probably.
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