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    Quote Originally Posted by SK8 View Post
    Good to see you on this site @cniedzi :] Yes same person from Gskill site lol
    Looking for help whenever possible
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    Quote Originally Posted by Silent Scone@ASUS View Post
    Hard to say sitting from here, but memory rules change from build to build occasionally. If the memory kit is more stable on the previous UEFI, then there's little reason to change unless one is happy to tune things manually.
    Hi,

    I wonder if the fact that my F4-3600C16Q-32GTZKK isn't on ASUS QVL may be the reason of it's "incompatibility" with newer BIOS?
    I have possibility to return it back and get new RAM that is on ASUS QVL (for example F4-3600C17Q-32GTZ).
    What do you think? Does RGB/non-RGB matter in terms of stability at high freq?

    Pls find attached details of my F4-3600C16Q-32GTZKK.
    Miniatura de Adjuntos Miniatura de Adjuntos RAM.png  

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    Ok, RAM has been returned. Waiting for new F4-3866C18Q-32GTZR. Will see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cniedzi View Post
    Ok, RAM has been returned. Waiting for new F4-3866C18Q-32GTZR. Will see.
    You should have no issues with the 3866mhz quad kit...I have used it on 4 different boards .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phillyflyer View Post
    You should have no issues with the 3866mhz quad kit...I have used it on 4 different boards .
    Fingers crossed Will report back when it will arrive (ca. 10/04).

    regards

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    @Phillyflyer
    May I have few questions concerning your set from your footer?

    1. When OC why did you choose higher idle CPU voltage and LLC of 6 instead of lower CPU voltage and higher value of LLC (for example 1.3V and LLC 7-8)?
    2. What CPU temps you have @5.2GHz with your voltage?
    3. What PRIME 95 (nonAVX/AVX) you used for stability testing? Did you tried Real Bench (I'm interesting in temps you've got)? @5GHz with RealBench I'm hitting 100C on Noctua NH-D15S with 2 fans.
    4. What settings you have for RAM OC?

    regards

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    So, new F4-3866C18Q-32GTZR has arrived

    The first remark - it is for sure not plug and play...
    On 0602 I was not able to set XMP profile, I had to set DRAM params manually.
    On 0903 I've set XMP profile but I had to set Mode 2 and VCCIO=1.25V, System Agent=1.25V. 0903 looks promising, but I have to do more tests.

    PS. Do you know how to turn off thise beautiful RGB RAM lighting? When I set AURA to off or stealh in BIOS nothing happens with my RAM lights... still shining

    PS.2 This memory is a killer
    Miniatura de Adjuntos Miniatura de Adjuntos 3866.png  

    Last edited by cniedzi; 04-08-2019 at 10:15 PM.

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    I am not sure you can turn off ram lighting looking at lighting program Aura by asus it has a off but it does not turn it off when I hit apply , in fact it turns nothing off all my stuff stayed the same lol. This is one of the few asus program I still allow on my pc and it only half works lol. Gskill does have its own program but I have no idea what its like...

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    Set to Manual OC
    Dram Frequency 4266MHz
    Dram voltage 1.45v
    CPU VCCIO Voltage 1.25v
    CPU System Agent Voltage 1.29v
    Dram timing control 17-18-18-38
    Mode1
    Dram command rate set to 2N set dram current capability to 130%

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    Quote Originally Posted by SK8 View Post
    I am not sure you can turn off ram lighting looking at lighting program Aura by asus it has a off but it does not turn it off when I hit apply , in fact it turns nothing off all my stuff stayed the same lol. This is one of the few asus program I still allow on my pc and it only half works lol. Gskill does have its own program but I have no idea what its like...

    http://www.gskill.com/en/download/vi...-z-rgb-control
    The G.Skill program is basically Aura, at least in my experience. I've had issues with my 4266mhz CL19 in the past, and so far, the machine is only stable with 0602, anything newer is either memory or CPU unstable. I ended up settling with 3900mhz CL 16.

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    At this point of time I have given up all other Bios and will stay on 0602 as it was just a huge pain to get my ram set correct on 4266 xmp on every bios was a huge fail.
    Last edited by SK8; 04-10-2019 at 11:03 PM.
    Bios 602
    passed 8hr test on Karhu RamTest
    Set to Manual OC
    Dram Frequency 4266MHz
    Dram voltage 1.45v
    CPU VCCIO Voltage 1.25v
    CPU System Agent Voltage 1.29v
    Dram timing control 17-18-18-38
    Mode1
    Dram command rate set to 2N set dram current capability to 130%

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