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12-06-2019 01:05 PM
chibi
Quote: Originally Posted by Carillo View Post
Nice results Are you able to boot XMP with this kit ?

I haven't tried. The xmp profile will request for SA in the 1.5v range which I'm not comfortable with. I limit my overclock to 1.25v sa for daily driver and just try for the best.
12-06-2019 09:42 AM
moorhen2 This Team Group 4000mhz kit don't like high voltages, got it at 4500mhz with 1.435v, IO 1.268v and SA 1.275v. Two hours Ramtest.
12-06-2019 09:38 AM
NIK1 Last night I got my old MSI Z97 MPower Max AC with G Skill TridentX F3-2400C9-4GTXD ddr3 overclocked to 2600mhz 10-12-12 32-2t with most of the primary and secondary timings tightened up.Working good and stable.There is just one more setting I want to drop from 5 to 4 which is TRDRD.Going from 5 to 4 gives the Read speed a boost from 32277 mbs to 39259 and Copy speed from 35246 mbs to 38639.Only thing is with TRDRD at 4 the OC is not stable and hardware failure in Aida64 mem test in 15 to 20 sec.Any ideas on what voltages I need to bump to make this work at 4..I tried SA volts up to 1.275v.Dram volts are at 1.700v and I tried increasing it up to 1.780 with no effect.Never played with the IO voltages since there is 2 of them on this MSI mb. IO Digital and IO Analog.Anyone have any suggestions on what to try or am I stuck with TRDRD at 5.Maybe I should just stick to my stable 2400 9-11-11-24-1t oc.Any thoughts...
12-06-2019 03:55 AM
Carillo
Quote: Originally Posted by chibi View Post
New submission, 9900KS + Apex XI.

CPU OC - 8 hours Realbench v2.56 0 AVX Offset stable (No WHEA Errors)
Cache OC - 3.5 hours Aida64 Cache test stable (No WHEA Errors)

chibi --- i9-9900K @ 5.0/4.7 1.250V --- 4200Mhz-C16-16-16-38-1T --- 1.460V --- VSA 1.250V --- VCCIO 1.225V --- HCI Memtest 1000%

Ram Kit - G.SKILL F4-4800C18D-16GTRS
Nice results Are you able to boot XMP with this kit ?
12-06-2019 12:47 AM
MacTavishPapa6
Quote: Originally Posted by Imprezzion View Post
Quote: Originally Posted by MacTavishPapa6 View Post
I love it but I admit I'm a bit of an MSI fanboi, ever since I owned an MSI GeForce FX5650. I've only just built this PC and it's the first one I've built in 15 years hehe.

They are but I've just ran Karhu RAM Test and I'm getting an error pretty quickly. What can I do to find settings that will be stable?
I have had a lot of ASUS stuff in the past but when I got a great deal on this RTX2080 which was MSI I wanted my new build to be all MSI Mystic Sync RGB controlled and I loved my Z170 Gaming M7 as it was a total beast of a board so yeah.

What IO, SA and DRAM voltage are you on? Your close to stable so maybe a bit of voltage here and there can save you here. Also, is this with or without Improved settings on RTL/IO and tertiary timings enabled?
Well I played around a bit and the computer was unstable, Cinebench kept crashing and I was getting memory errors like I said. I didn’t change any of the timings I showed you, they were the XMP timings running at 4400.

I went back to XMP 4133, lowered IO and SA down to 1.3V and I changed CPU Overvoltage Protection to Auto from Enhanced. CPU Voltage set to 1.3V and CPU on 5.1 Core and 4.8 Cache. LLC set to Mode 4.

Cinebench ran successfully but I feel like I’m not in an optimal place right now. I wonder if the instability was being caused by the CPU Overvoltage Protection setting rather than anything else. What BIOS settings do you run and what are your voltages set to?
12-05-2019 07:53 PM
chibi
Quote: Originally Posted by Carillo View Post
33.6ns

Excellent score, looks like the 5.5 GHz Core / 5.2 GHz cache is doing a lot of work though!
12-05-2019 07:26 PM
munternet
Quote: Originally Posted by Carillo View Post
33.6ns
Do you have a shot of your HWinfo64 to see the voltages and temps?
12-05-2019 07:23 PM
Imprezzion
Quote: Originally Posted by MacTavishPapa6 View Post
I love it but I admit I'm a bit of an MSI fanboi, ever since I owned an MSI GeForce FX5650. I've only just built this PC and it's the first one I've built in 15 years hehe.

They are but I've just ran Karhu RAM Test and I'm getting an error pretty quickly. What can I do to find settings that will be stable?
I have had a lot of ASUS stuff in the past but when I got a great deal on this RTX2080 which was MSI I wanted my new build to be all MSI Mystic Sync RGB controlled and I loved my Z170 Gaming M7 as it was a total beast of a board so yeah.

What IO, SA and DRAM voltage are you on? Your close to stable so maybe a bit of voltage here and there can save you here. Also, is this with or without Improved settings on RTL/IO and tertiary timings enabled?
12-05-2019 06:19 PM
Carillo 33.6ns
12-05-2019 03:12 PM
KedarWolf
Quote: Originally Posted by Lurifaks View Post
9900ks , so the "9900k16GBMemTestFree" worked perfect it seems
Glad it worked.

It's a really good program I wrote and compiled with autohotkey. Mind you borrowed and modified the code from someone else, my programming skills suck.

It actually assigns each instance of HCI to one thread, each on it's own logical core, a much better way to run MemTest than just opening 16 instances randomly.
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