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    I think I'll bump the VDIMM to 1.39V and see what I get. I will report back later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThrashZone View Post
    Hi,
    In a way yes
    But more about setting voltages and using auto voltage differences more
    4.5 and 3600C16
    Then you should realise that if you increase clock speeds, the voltages would likely change, right? So why be surprised his voltages are different to yours? He has a different CPU, different memory speeds, so how can one expect the same voltages on both systems? You need to think about what your posts imply.
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    Hi,
    I just showed an example which was originally just hwinfo display monitoring purposes
    Op never said how he was monitoring in the os only posted bios images so monitoring software was unknown

    Turned out hwinfo was rudely off older build
    Needed the newest beta build to get close to something useful readings in the os but that was what it was all about = monitoring in the os

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hopper64 View Post
    Still had a crash yesterday so I bumped the SAV and VCCIO a bit. Cold booted now 4 times no issues. I wonder if I could bump the VDIMM to 1.39 again and test? Seems to output 1.394V with 1.38V in HWInfo64.

    Quote Originally Posted by Hopper64 View Post
    I think I'll bump the VDIMM to 1.39V and see what I get. I will report back later.

    If the system is not crashing since you increased SA and IO voltages, then it's wise to wait before tuning other rails. I'd advise being methodical so that you know which parameters help. If the memory is rated for 1.35V at DDR4-4000, them you should only increase DRAM Voltage as a last resort. Tune SA and IO voltages first. If that doesn't help, then you can dig deeper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raja@ASUS View Post
    If the system is not crashing since you increased SA and IO voltages, then it's wise to wait before tuning other rails. I'd advise being methodical so that you know which parameters help. If the memory is rated for 1.35V at DDR4-4000, them you should only increase DRAM Voltage as a last resort. Tune SA and IO voltages first. If that doesn't help, then you can dig deeper.
    Thanks. I will probably just leave it alone then and watch it a few days. It has not gone through memory training on cold boot 4 times with 0504 without an issue, so I feel blessed. Thanks for all the input as always guys!

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    Had another BD code on memory training on cold boot with "Memory OK. Press F1 to enter and save memory settings." I simply increased the VDIMM to 1.39. Left everything else the same. BTW-There's a new version of HWInfo out today, Version 6.02.

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    Latest Bios settings:

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    Still having BD codes with a crash today. Loaded optimized defaults and left the VDIMM at 1.35V. Rest as above, no change. I’ll see how it goes the next few days with cold boot on memory training.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hopper64 View Post
    Still having BD codes with a crash today. Loaded optimized defaults and left the VDIMM at 1.35V. Rest as above, no change. I’ll see how it goes the next few days with cold boot on memory training.

    You may may need to keep tuning as and io voltages before you jump to other adjustments.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raja@ASUS View Post
    You may may need to keep tuning as and io voltages before you jump to other adjustments.
    Where would you go with the VCCIO and SAV from here if needed? Thanks Raja. *

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