You need to disable ring down bin.The CACHE on my 11900k is driving me crazy. I overclocked my cpu to 52x 1.50v (adaptive) all core then overclocked my memory then I decided it was time to try to get as much out of the Cache as possible but trying to overclock it has been a nightmare!! (I realize that it wont give me large FPS gains in games or much higher scores in benchmarks) but I do not really want to just leave the cache at stock.
Here is the issue, about 75% of the time I boot into windows the cache shows as 41x (instead of what its set to in the bios) in HWinfo64, CPU-z etc it reads incorrectly and I dont know why? I spent the better part of yesterday trying to overclock the cache & occasionally getting WHEA Errors along with the incorrect cache reading in windows. I eventually thought it was doing that because my RAM was borderline stable but after setting RAM to stock settings I began getting the 41x readings again but without any WHEA errors. It even does it when set to 42x or 43x. Surely the cache is capable of being overclocked at least 100mhz!
I think I was getting WHEA errors cause my memory timings were barely stable but bumping the cache a couple hundred MZ made them slightly unstable, howerver that doesnt explain why Its still displaying 41x in windows monitoring programs with my RAM at stock speeds?
Has this happened to you guys? I have checked all the settings in the bios, Im stumped?
The case fell down and the socket completly broke, there was cracks in it and all the pins were not in the right place (direction) after that, the website i bought from accepted to take it as RMA and they told me that usually for the cases like that with a new mobo (used it few days only) Gigabyte accept to repair them for free, we tried then, it took 3 months but they fixed it and sent it back to the website who sent it back to meDid you bend the socket by mistake and process the warranty? and what have they done to you? or how was the story?
Hey I remember you. Well, thumbs up for the Gigabyte, and congratz to youA quick update for the guys who has been bearing with me when i had my mobo issue i finally had it back from Gigabyte & they changed my socket for freeeeeeeeee yayyy, BTW i'm still not able to have a stable all cores @ 4.9Ghz with nice temps & voltages, i think it has more to do with the mobo then the silicon lottery, for the moment i'm living it stock with just a core voltage offset of -0.040 on XTU
Yes, it's really a great move from them, everyone on the internet is raging & complaining about their RMA's & warranty support, first experience with them after 20 years being a customer so for me they're nailing it, thanks broHey I remember you. Well, thumbs up for the Gigabyte, and congratz to you
Only my 3rd kit was able to run HCI memtest to 200% completion at 4000-14-14-15 at 1.55v and bench at 4040-14-14-15. I haven’t tested 14-14-14.Lol, my 4000 CL14 can't even do 3866 14-14-14.
Only stock 14-15-15 works at 3866 and higher.
I will get ride of it and will keep my 3800 14-16-16-36 that also does 14-15-15 and that at 3960 MHz.
TRCD also depends heavily on temps and imc. Some CPUs might be able to run it tighter than others. IT is a possibility that your CPU just can't run TRCD14 at that speed or the dimms are too warm. But it could also be the ram too.Lol, my 4000 CL14 can't even do 3866 14-14-14-34.
Only stock 14-15-15-35 works at 3866 and higher.
I will get rid of it and will keep my 3800 14-16-16-36 that also does 14-15-15-15 and that at 3960 MHz.
IMC is able to do >3900 and it errored just at 3866 and that not even few mins later at slightly above 30°C. So it's RAM.TRCD also depends heavily on temps and imc. Some CPUs might be able to run it tighter than others. IT is a possibility that your CPU just can't run TRCD14 at that speed or the dimms are too warm. But it could also be the ram too.