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  1. Some of the controllers and functions require a...

    Some of the controllers and functions require a power cycle, including memory training. It's needed, engineers don't employ these things just because they think you'll enjoy it.

    Those are the...
  2. Sounds like interference or a weak signal. Would...

    Sounds like interference or a weak signal. Would need more information, though. Including the router,what you’ve done to try and resolve, and any devices on the network
  3. As Raja has said, these changes to optimise...

    As Raja has said, these changes to optimise current gen processors has always been the case as far back as I remember. There are no guarantees with memory overclocking, especially when pushing...
  4. I often find each board series is tuned with the...

    I often find each board series is tuned with the CPUs that are released alongside.

    1) What memory stressor did you use to verify stability on your Code?

    2) Did you tune the sub timings on the...
  5. I did read your post, it's mostly inaccuracies....

    I did read your post, it's mostly inaccuracies. The memory controller is on the CPU, not the motherboard.

    There are no guarantees when it comes to memory overclocking. Did you check to see what...
  6. Use Karhu RamTest or HCI Memtest. Users should...

    Use Karhu RamTest or HCI Memtest. Users should be pushing others away from stressing memory OC with Memtest86, as it's incapable of finding most instabilities on current platforms.
    ...
  7. Differences in silicon quality between samples...

    Differences in silicon quality between samples when overclocking is not a valid reason to warrant an RMA. I'd advise anyone in future who advocates this to keep it off the forum
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    Temperature disparity between the Formula XI is...

    Temperature disparity between the Formula XI is likely due to poor cooler mounting. Remove the CPU cooler and check for even mounting pressure.
  9. 1) Anything over JEDEC specification is...

    1) Anything over JEDEC specification is considered an overclock.

    2) There are no bugs or issues with the UEFI causing your instability.

    3) Read this sticky:...
  10. Glad to see you stuck with it. These are...

    Glad to see you stuck with it. These are non-linear rails that require a systematic approach to tuning, more so when dealing with larger densities like this.
  11. See what works for you, however, please note that...

    See what works for you, however, please note that disabling POST stress tests can often be a bandaid fix to an unstable overclock. Disabling these features can result in the system becoming unstable...
  12. The overclock isn't stable. These rails are not...

    The overclock isn't stable. These rails are not linear, more voltage can sometimes hurt just as much as too little depending on the CPU sample.
  13. That's because MRC Fast Boot retains the last...

    That's because MRC Fast Boot retains the last known settings in NVRAM, so routines are missed. It's easy to draw conclusions to things like "bugs" if one doesn't understand what constitutes as a pass...
  14. The difference between what constitutes as...

    The difference between what constitutes as electrically valid and what is valid in the OS can some times differ enough to cause these things. You can possibly dial this out by adjusting VCCSA/VCCIO...
  15. That's a great CPU, how stable is that?

    That's a great CPU, how stable is that?
  16. Under the DRAM timing page, enable MRC Fast Boot...

    Under the DRAM timing page, enable MRC Fast Boot and soak test the system. You might want to consider using a different method of testing memory stability (such as HCI Memtest or Ramtest)
  17. Yes, disable XMP altogether and soak test for the...

    Yes, disable XMP altogether and soak test for the same issue.
  18. Depends on the CPU and memory kit. These are...

    Depends on the CPU and memory kit. These are signal rails and thus come down to alignment. Too much voltage can cause instability just as much as too little, so tuning can sometimes be needed....
  19. Depends. With a 2 DIMM setup on that board, you...

    Depends. With a 2 DIMM setup on that board, you may be better off dialing in the sub timings rather than pushing frequency. Ramtest is very much click and go, no setup required. Test between...
  20. Hi, can you confirm if the system is overclocked...

    Hi, can you confirm if the system is overclocked (including XMP profiles)?
  21. No, it won't. After checking the memory is...

    No, it won't. After checking the memory is stable, enable MRC Fast Boot to avoid retraining the memory upon power cycling. Once there's a grasp of what these power cycles are for, ones expectations...
  22. Short version; Night and day. Ramtest is far...

    Short version; Night and day.

    Ramtest is far more brutal.
  23. Use Ramtest....

    Use Ramtest. https://www.karhusoftware.com/ramtest/
  24. Leaving other settings at their current values,...

    Leaving other settings at their current values, increase the DRAM freq to 3400 and see if this passes.
  25. As said, two DIMMs can be tough. Confirm memory...

    As said, two DIMMs can be tough. Confirm memory stability at 3000MHz with HCI Memtest or RamTest. After you've established a baseline for stability, come back to confirm.
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