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07-08-2020 12:39 AM
reflex75 New G.Skill 4x8GB 4000Mhz CL15
Tested at 3700 CL13 for better latency.
07-08-2020 12:11 AM
Roidsy
Quote: Originally Posted by Gregix View Post
Second question, can't find any decent results OC Teamgroup 3200 14-14-14-31 on intel platform. I tried some OC but this pack seems different than other b-die. Any user here?
I used to have those, ran them at 4133 16-16-16-34 cr 2t in 2x8 and 3600 14-14-14-32 cr 1t in 4x8. Couldn't get 3733 c14 or 4266 c16 stable in any configuration (at 1.5v, that is). They would also post at 4400 cl19 in 2x8 but it would crash as soon as windows loaded so I didn't bother with that.
07-07-2020 11:52 PM
reflex75
Quote: Originally Posted by Gregix View Post
Nice one.
On my end, I just went from 4000c15 to 3800c14. Need to test more, but 4000c15 although was benchmark stable, and karhu ramtest went 24k+ no errors, had in game freezes. Weird. Maybe too low voltage somewhere.
You can be 500 hours stable at any RAM stress test, but fail in just few minutes in game if your RAM temperature increases, let's say because of your GPU.
Temperature is a key factor to monitor for RAM stability more than any other component.
Always keep safety room.
My RAM OC is stable until 62 degrees by the sensor on the PCB, which means the memory IC chips are much higher (85 degrees for JEDEC)
Be cautious with RAM OC, it can kill your OS and silently corrupt your files...
07-07-2020 11:41 PM
Gregix Yeah, that might be vcore.
I need to test more(gaming now) as u can see, ramtest goes flawlessly.
TBH That ram goes 3900c14, but with 1.63V or more, so it is kinda no go for 24/7 for me.
3800c14 results below. Again, cr1 required too much voltage for my liking...
Temps are no issue here, when CPU/MB temp spikes up, tornado in my case starts
07-07-2020 07:01 PM
Jpmboy
Quote: Originally Posted by Gregix View Post
Nice one.
On my end, I just went from 4000c15 to 3800c14. Need to test more, but 4000c15 although was benchmark stable, and karhu ramtest went 24k+ no errors, had in game freezes. Weird. Maybe too low voltage somewhere.
Did you try a slight bump of the cpu/cache voltage for 4000c15? It is not unusual that the increased load on the IMC requires more vcore (which feeds cache on this platform) in addition to all the VCCIO and VSA discussed here.
07-07-2020 06:40 PM
ViTosS
Quote: Originally Posted by Gregix View Post
Nice one.
On my end, I just went from 4000c15 to 3800c14. Need to test more, but 4000c15 although was benchmark stable, and karhu ramtest went 24k+ no errors, had in game freezes. Weird. Maybe too low voltage somewhere.
I'm really impressed you could get that into a Z370 Taichi , I was really limited by mobo when I used Maximus X Hero Z370.
07-07-2020 05:56 PM
Gregix Nice one.
On my end, I just went from 4000c15 to 3800c14. Need to test more, but 4000c15 although was benchmark stable, and karhu ramtest went 24k+ no errors, had in game freezes. Weird. Maybe too low voltage somewhere.
07-07-2020 05:22 PM
glnn_23 Running 2 x 8Gb Team 3600c14 @ 4400c16 16 16 32 1T in an Apex XII with 10900k.
Have also run it at 4600c18 but think it is better at the lower clock and timings.
07-07-2020 03:56 PM
Gen.
Quote: Originally Posted by ViTosS View Post
Best BIOS atm for Apex XI Z390? Heard someone saying 1502 is one of the worst and people are using 1302, is that true? I'm here waiting for my new set of BDies...
I like the last 1502, others have not tried
07-07-2020 03:29 PM
ViTosS Best BIOS atm for Apex XI Z390? Heard someone saying 1502 is one of the worst and people are using 1302, is that true? I'm here waiting for my new set of BDies...
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