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    The real question is what makes you need a new...

    The real question is what makes you need a new system right now?

    Personally speaking as of this moment, I would not make the switch till Alderlake. Then decide on which path you wish to take....
  2. You may wish to experiment with VSOC. Try values...

    You may wish to experiment with VSOC. Try values between 1.08v and 1.15v

    VDIMM try 1.45v
  3. Hello, That kit may well be certified for 4K,...

    Hello,

    That kit may well be certified for 4K, but not on that platform.

    128GB will be very tough on the Infinity Fabric. How much VSOC have you tried for 3200MHz?
  4. Hello, Depending on the values set, platform...

    Hello,

    Depending on the values set, platform and which board, the auto voltages scale based on worst case scenarios for CPU sample strength. You can tune these values manually to best suit your...
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    Hello, The GPU Boost Clock and available...

    Hello,

    The GPU Boost Clock and available offset merely sets the maximum target frequency. The actual frequency under load is controlled by GPU Boost and will scale based on voltage, power, and...
  6. This has less to do with the number of ranks. The...

    This has less to do with the number of ranks. The memory density puts the most strain on the Fabric, thus the CPU sample is important.
  7. Hello, Would need more context. I've not had...

    Hello,

    Would need more context. I've not had any issues running 4 modules on the Crosshair 8 Hero up to 3800 with my current 5950X or my previous 3950X. Your question is more attributed to 64GB at...
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    Who knows, it's possible something was stuck at...

    Who knows, it's possible something was stuck at driver level or was tripping GPUZ into think it wasn't enabled. Glad you got it working!
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    Not that it should make much difference, but are...

    Not that it should make much difference, but are you using a PCIE riser or is the card connected directly?

    Check in the UEFI that 4G decoding is enabled. Although the toggle on the landing page...
  10. 4x8GB 4266 on the Formula and 9900K. All sub...

    4x8GB 4266 on the Formula and 9900K. All sub timings board controlled with XMP profile enabled.

    88791
  11. Hello, 1) It's best to tune to the maximum...

    Hello,

    1) It's best to tune to the maximum obtainable ratio at CR1

    2) Anything beyond 3800-3866 will need to be ran at CR2

    3) ROG Z390 boards are all T-Topology which means the board works...
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    Hi Hopper, What's the status say in the top...

    Hi Hopper,

    What's the status say in the top right in UEFI? Should be able to toggle it there.
  13. Not on this board at those frequencies, no. I've...

    Not on this board at those frequencies, no. I've limited experience on that particular platform but Gear 2 will likely be needed for anything beyond 3866 at 1T on that board
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    Can appreciate the curiosity, but unless someone...

    Can appreciate the curiosity, but unless someone has done this groundwork already this behaviour is difficult to observe. Even by Buildzoids admission in some of his videos, the probes and scope...
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    I'm not aware of what level is set by default,...

    I'm not aware of what level is set by default, unfortunately. If you're aware of the function then knowing in which direction the loadline works is really all you should be concerned with.

    There...
  16. Hello, What is the Q-CODE displayed? If...

    Hello,

    What is the Q-CODE displayed?


    If the system is sometimes able to pass POST then the stability is borderline. Try increasing SOC voltage if not having done so already.
  17. As above, then. Power cycles are normal ...

    As above, then. Power cycles are normal depending on the board and controllers present.

    If there are multiple cycles then it does sound like memory training.

    Return the system to optimised...
  18. Continuous cycles sounds like training failure,...

    Continuous cycles sounds like training failure, the memory isn't stable.
  19. Yes, I'm aware you're not cycling the AC. This is...

    Yes, I'm aware you're not cycling the AC. This is still normal behaviour depending on the conditions above
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    Hello, The function of LLC is to scale the set...

    Hello,

    The function of LLC is to scale the set voltage as close as possible whilst not allowing it to fall below the set voltage, counteracting vdroop and adjusting the amount of overshoot...
  21. Hello, This is normal behaviour depending on...

    Hello,

    This is normal behaviour depending on the board and UEFI settings. Some onboard controllers require a power cycle. Memory training may also require the power to cycle before POST.
  22. For those frequencies you may want to look at...

    For those frequencies you may want to look at dropping them further. Auto rules can be quite tight depending on the scenario.


    1.35 is on the high side but should be fine, I would not recommend...
  23. What Qcode? SA Voltage at 1.45 is far too high....

    What Qcode?
    SA Voltage at 1.45 is far too high. Is there any reason you’re pumping this rail so far?

    These are signal rails and are sensitive to too much voltage, it will hurt stability. I would...
  24. Memory kits are binned in the density that they...

    Memory kits are binned in the density that they are sold in. Tune frequency, timings and voltage to accommodate. How much is needed depends on the amount of guardband put in place by the memory...
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    Hello, mixing memory kits is not advisable. Often...

    Hello, mixing memory kits is not advisable. Often feel like a broken record when saying this, but if not wanting to tune the memory it's best to buy a kit in the density you wish to use.

    This is...
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