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    Tweak mode 1 is on auto I think. I'll check when I get off work. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silent Scone@ASUS View Post
    Is this with Tweak Mode 1 enabled? 19-23 is loose. You really might want to consider backing off on frequency.
    I don’t find Tweak mode 1 in the bios. I looked under memory timings but found no settings for that. The published timings for this kit is 19, 19, 19, 23. *

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hopper64 View Post
    I don’t find Tweak mode 1 in the bios. I looked under memory timings but found no settings for that. The published timings for this kit is 19, 19, 19, 23. *
    Have you posted the kit PN at all?

    They might have removed those options on this gen, will have to check. Testing needs to be methodical, I notice you’ll adjust VCCSA and IO and also DIMM voltage. The module voltage should be the last thing you really adjust.

    VCCIO and VCCSA need to be adjusted in 10 to 15mv increments. Too much can also be just as detrimental as too little.*

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    I can say my board is completly stable with the 0504 bios. My system is all water cooled with seprate loops for video cards and cpu. Mine is overclocked i9-7980XE @ 4958 all cores and DDR4 4000 Ram oc'd to 4132. My bios settings are AI OC Tuner = XMP CPU Strap=100 BCLK Frequency = 103.3000 CPU Core Ration= Sync all @48 TPU = TPU II CPU Core Voltage= 1.4000 CPU Input Voltage = 2.000 DRAM Voltag = 1.440 I ran these same settings on my Rampage VI Extreme Apex for over a year with no issues.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Silent Scone@ASUS View Post
    Have you posted the kit PN at all?

    They might have removed those options on this gen, will have to check. Testing needs to be methodical, I notice you’ll adjust VCCSA and IO and also DIMM voltage. The module voltage should be the last thing you really adjust.

    VCCIO and VCCSA need to be adjusted in 10 to 15mv increments. Too much can also be just as detrimental as too little.*
    The part number is in my signature. Thanks. *

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    Quote Originally Posted by altonatrucker View Post
    I can say my board is completly stable with the 0504 bios. My system is all water cooled with seprate loops for video cards and cpu. Mine is overclocked i9-7980XE @ 4958 all cores and DDR4 4000 Ram oc'd to 4132. My bios settings are AI OC Tuner = XMP CPU Strap=100 BCLK Frequency = 103.3000 CPU Core Ration= Sync all @48 TPU = TPU II CPU Core Voltage= 1.4000 CPU Input Voltage = 2.000 DRAM Voltag = 1.440 I ran these same settings on my Rampage VI Extreme Apex for over a year with no issues.
    Thanks. *

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    Well, I gave up. Never could get the memory stable tweaking the voltages. I had been tweaking when work allowed. I just downclocked the memory to 3733 as that was an XMP setting that seems stable. Thanks to LiveOrDie and SScone for their input, and others. I hope another bios will be released to allow 4000. I just never considered recording all the voltages previously as I never had any issues reflashing an older bios until now. 0218 worked quite well. ??

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