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4400 MHz at CPU is nice...what your cache, did you tried more (around 3.9-4 GHz?)

 

PS: Im happy, local Intel will borow me 6950X for one week :)

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This is what happens when I'm trying to bench HyperX Fury AFR sticks at 3200C12 on R5E with a 6800k :eek:

 

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Too much mem voltage... my board/CPU combo does the same at just 1.605Vdimm... I can load XMP, put Vdimm at 1.61 and get that infinite boot loop... One of the reasons to switch to the V10. ASRock and MSI have a samilar issue with BWE...

 

I'll stick to MFR at 3333C13 at 1.575Vdimm

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4400 MHz at CPU is nice...what your cache, did you tried more (around 3.9-4 GHz?)

 

PS: Im happy, local Intel will borow me 6950X for one week :)

 

Cache on air tops at 3.6-3.7... on cold aim for 4200-4300

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Too much mem voltage... my board/CPU combo does the same at just 1.605Vdimm... I can load XMP, put Vdimm at 1.61 and get that infinite boot loop... One of the reasons to switch to the V10. ASRock and MSI have a samilar issue with BWE...

 

I'll stick to MFR at 3333C13 at 1.575Vdimm

I frequently get 53 memory not detected code on POST even after clearing CMOS, I don't know if my R5E is dying or what. I think i figured out that the board isn't applying my VDIMM settings when the crazy loop happens as i cleared CMOS and left stock settings but just tried raising volts to 1.35. Getting back into the UEFI it still shows 1.2v.

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Cache on air tops at 3.6-3.7... on cold aim for 4200-4300

 

On LN2 you should be hitting 4500+ with 1.7vcache set.

 

I frequently get 53 memory not detected code on POST even after clearing CMOS, I don't know if my R5E is dying or what. I think i figured out that the board isn't applying my VDIMM settings when the crazy loop happens as i cleared CMOS and left stock settings but just tried raising volts to 1.35. Getting back into the UEFI it still shows 1.2v.

 

Do you have a faulty or outdated OC Panel connected?

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I get it with and without an OC panel, I think that my boards are just worn out. It happens much more when using 4x8GB DIMM's than with 4x4GB. It's probably time for the updated RVE 10 board.

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I get it with and without an OC panel, I think that my boards are just worn out. It happens much more when using 4x8GB DIMM's than with 4x4GB. It's probably time for the updated RVE 10 board.

 

Do you also have problems with vdimm voltage not applying?

 

Easily over 90% of dram issues are solved by properly cleaning the socket, cpu pads and dimm slots with pure alcohol or similar + toothbrush.

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Cache on air tops at 3.6-3.7... on cold aim for 4200-4300

 

I tested it and for Cinebench or XTU was cache so unstable more than around 3800 MHz (1.45-1.5V at cache). CPU tops almost 5050 MHz, but afterall I have results only with 5 GHz. 5050 dont saved, frozed it :D

 

Elmor: ufff 1.7 V is relative high :) Im afraid, maybe enxt time, but I cant kill the chip...

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I've tried cleaning out the slots and socket with contact cleaner but it's still a no go for me. I'm not complaining, I got alot of mileage out of them, thousands of liters of LN2 and hours and hours of extreme benching with them.

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Thousands of liters of ln2 :D ? You can try contact cleaner first,then flood socket with pure alcohol,heat up a little bit then use air spray to remove everything.Worked good for me with socket issues,like new after this.

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Elmor: ufff 1.7 V is relative high :) Im afraid, maybe enxt time, but I cant kill the chip...

 

Tested on a lot of chips and they're all still working well.

 

I've tried cleaning out the slots and socket with contact cleaner but it's still a no go for me. I'm not complaining, I got alot of mileage out of them, thousands of liters of LN2 and hours and hours of extreme benching with them.

 

My question about OC Panel was not related to the problems you're seeing, only if the vdimm was not applying.

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On LN2 you should be hitting 4500+ with 1.7vcache set.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Do you have a faulty or outdated OC Panel connected?

 

 

 

Turns out I did. Updated the firmware and I'm good. Set CPU to 4.4, cache to 3.7, loaded the AFR 3400 profile.

 

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Vanilla R5E working well here as well BWE on bios 0051:

 

7Vtfvmm.jpg

 

tYDP5Aq.jpg

 

7q8ZUxo.png

 

1.75v vdimm for the above, and IMC limit is 3500ish so primaries and secondaries are yoked out, thirds still reasonably loose.

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Vanilla R5E working well here as well BWE on bios 0051:

 

7Vtfvmm.jpg

 

tYDP5Aq.jpg

 

7q8ZUxo.png

 

1.75v vdimm for the above, and IMC limit is 3500ish so primaries and secondaries are yoked out, thirds still reasonably loose.

 

What memories are those?

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@BoTSkill they are 3600 c16 G.Skill Trident Z's per SPD. They do look awesome on the MOCF :D

 

MOCF + these, nice looking combination. What was the voltage used for that 3500Mhz cl 11-10-10 combination on the R5E? :)

 

LE: Now I've seen it's 1.75V, it seems they are strong memories. :D

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