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    It stands for "Really Secret Voodoo DIP switch"...

    It stands for "Really Secret Voodoo DIP switch" and if I told you what it was for I'd have to kill you




    ;)
  2. Should be as simple as plug display into the GPU...

    Should be as simple as plug display into the GPU in lane 1
  3. For that density of memory... Try 1.4v or even...

    For that density of memory...

    Try 1.4v or even 1.45 v DRAM voltage and set SOC voltage to 1.125 to 1.2v range
  4. Code 02 is the board sitting in BIOS...if nothing...

    Code 02 is the board sitting in BIOS...if nothing else is happening maybe check display cables etc.....display chain in general

    :rolleyes:
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    No harm in trying it but 1900 is pretty much the...

    No harm in trying it but 1900 is pretty much the top end for most CPUs on this platform...so that's pretty much normal
  6. For the most part, it is the CPU's IMC that...

    For the most part, it is the CPU's IMC that determines how successfully you can run overclocked memory speeds.

    XMP and DOCP being overclocks and not guaranteed.

    You can check general platform...
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    Yes, it should do that....especially if you clear...

    Yes, it should do that....especially if you clear CMOS.
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    4000MHz is the absolute top end of expectations...

    4000MHz is the absolute top end of expectations on top end hardware...not attainable by every CPU sample...

    You could flash 3402 beta with new AGESA to see if that helps...

    However as...
  9. tRC Yep need more volts for that....but this...

    tRC

    Yep need more volts for that....but this you have to find for yourself...especially combining kits...I'm just giving ball-park figures...a place to start if you will.

    At 3600 I found 1.1...
  10. For 3600 you should be good at 1.1 IO and...

    For 3600 you should be good at 1.1 IO and SA....maybe a touch more

    Try 14-14-14-28-42....trfc 252.....Something like that...but that will need more DRAM voltage...at least in my experience...
    ...
  11. If you tighten sub timings you can need more...

    If you tighten sub timings you can need more voltage...1.45 is fine if you tighten primaries more...

    3600 C14 can be around 1.5..1.6 mark

    3600 16 16 16 32 48....tRFC 288/240 should work 1.35 to...
  12. Yep...same cable you would plug to a GPU :)

    Yep...same cable you would plug to a GPU :)
  13. It's a 6 pin PCIe cable...i.e. 6 pin GPU connector

    It's a 6 pin PCIe cable...i.e. 6 pin GPU connector
  14. Aggressive timings will of course make things...

    Aggressive timings will of course make things harder...but a lot of that is trial and error...

    You might find 3600 tight timings beats 4000+ with the timing compromises and voltages

    3600 should...
  15. Combining kits can already give you these...

    Combining kits can already give you these problems....pushing over 4000MHz may add more

    I'd try one kit and see what you get...both kits may run 4000 with 1.3 IO SA...maybe only 3600
  16. Maybe download a fresh file of latest BIOS and...

    Maybe download a fresh file of latest BIOS and reflash that
  17. There is in fact USB BIOS flashback...so just use...

    There is in fact USB BIOS flashback...so just use that

    Maybe reflash latest BIOS with this method since it works fine on all impacts I've tried....
  18. 02 means it's sitting in BIOS I think...check...

    02 means it's sitting in BIOS I think...check your display chain...gpu... cable... monitor

    Maybe flash latest BIOS ....BIOS flashback method
  19. Yes...that should be fine

    Yes...that should be fine
  20. Yes that works....just select PCIe raid mode for...

    Yes that works....just select PCIe raid mode for the x16 slot you mount the card in....it says raid mode but they will work as 4 separate drives....

    With the obvious caveat that it depends on...
  21. Check the way the board is mounted...contact...

    Check the way the board is mounted...contact etc...and if you have a spare PSU check that...check the correct power cables are connected
  22. That should be OK. It really depends on you...

    That should be OK. It really depends on you finding the maximum airflow through your case.

    Good fans on an AIO are a must but both your choices come with good fans so...

    Just balance intake...
  23. https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?57038-Do...

    https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?57038-Don%92t-combine-memory-kits!-The-meat-and-potatoes-overview
  24. Probably the PSU if board and CPU are fine...or...

    Probably the PSU if board and CPU are fine...or the connections from the PSU
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    If the board supports it "BIOS Flashback" method...

    If the board supports it "BIOS Flashback" method is the most reliable ....followed by EZ Flash utility in BIOS
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