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    Sorry for the late reply, I went on a trip and was there longer than I planned.

    All right, no big deal about posting screenshots, only thing I can say is keep trying, it should work as .png's are valid files. You posted pretty much what we needed to know so.....

    I would keep 1.39v and cpu core ratio 50 and try setting the ram manually or better yet, overclocking it.

    Dram Frequency - 3000MHz
    Dram Voltage - 1.50v

    Timings - These are listed on each stick as well as the box they came in, you can also look them up. Just set the primary timings and command rate. There are 4 primaray timings but you will enter only 3 as the middle two timings are tied together. For instance, if a kit has 16-18-18-35-2T timings, you'd enter at the top of the Dram Timing Control page

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    35
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    Let's see how this goes first, max safe DRAM voltage is 1.50v as stated by Intel. if it passes Realbench with the overclock settings, select the next highest DRAM Frequency and test again. Keep going until it becomes unstable then back it off to the previous lower frequency.

    Let me know what you end up with, then lastly we can overclock your gpu, this is where you will see the biggest performance boost in games.

    Do you have a gpu overclocking tool installed, if so which one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nate152 View Post
    Sorry for the late reply, I went on a trip and was there longer than I planned.

    All right, no big deal about posting screenshots, only thing I can say is keep trying, it should work as .png's are valid files. You posted pretty much what we needed to know so.....

    I would keep 1.39v and cpu core ratio 50 and try setting the ram manually or better yet, overclocking it.

    Dram Frequency - 3000MHz
    Dram Voltage - 1.50v

    Timings - These are listed on each stick as well as the box they came in, you can also look them up. Just set the primary timings and command rate. There are 4 primaray timings but you will enter only 3 as the middle two timings are tied together. For instance, if a kit has 16-18-18-35-2T timings, you'd enter at the top of the Dram Timing Control page

    16
    18
    35
    2N

    Let's see how this goes first, max safe DRAM voltage is 1.50v as stated by Intel. if it passes Realbench with the overclock settings, select the next highest DRAM Frequency and test again. Keep going until it becomes unstable then back it off to the previous lower frequency.

    Let me know what you end up with, then lastly we can overclock your gpu, this is where you will see the biggest performance boost in games.

    Do you have a gpu overclocking tool installed, if so which one?

    DRAM 3000 at 1.5v, timing listed on the stick was 16-17-17-36 1.2v didnt see any timings on the box though but it is from 2016 or 2017, so the 2t 2n etc etc i dont see that on the stick either. Also xmp is currently disabled, wasnt sure if that needed to be on or not? im also not running it in raid which i dont know anything about but thought i ould add that. I also I did a fresh windows install on the new pci nvme 1tb samsung evo. As for gpu, gpu tweak II came with the card. havent ever messed with it but it loads on startup. other than that no other software to my knowledge unless in the bios. I cant find the disk that came with the motherboard im sure it has some software ai suite 3? but cant recall whats on it but its
    asus rog also

    after a few test runs in real bench I kept hitting 90 degrees so I went ahead and dropped it back down to 2666 and 1.2 volts, I had to remove the noctua cooler prior to the fresh install of windows and reposition it to accommodate for my ram that wasn't in the proper slots. in doing so I may not have gotten good coverage when reapplying the thermal paste. So I'll tackle this after work today
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    X.M.P. is an easy one click way to set your memory to its rated specs. Since you're setting the ram manually, you don't need to enable X.M.P.

    Once you get cpu temps under control, on the extreme tweaker tab set:

    CPU System Agent voltage - 1.25v
    CPU VCCIO voltage - 1.25v

    Then select the next highest Dram Frequency and test, keep raising the Dram Frequency and testing until it becomes unstable then back it down to the frequency where it was stable.

    I'm not sure how you apply the thermal paste but I like to use the spread method to ensure the entire IHS is covered with a thin even layer just enough to cover the numbers. If you don't have a spreader, a drivers license or credit card works well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nate152 View Post
    X.M.P. is an easy one click way to set your memory to its rated specs. Since you're setting the ram manually, you don't need to enable X.M.P.

    Once you get cpu temps under control, on the extreme tweaker tab set:

    CPU System Agent voltage - 1.25v
    CPU VCCIO voltage - 1.25v

    Then select the next highest Dram Frequency and test, keep raising the Dram Frequency and testing until it becomes unstable then back it down to the frequency where it was stable.

    I'm not sure how you apply the thermal paste but I like to use the spread method to ensure the entire IHS is covered with a thin even layer just enough to cover the numbers. If you don't have a spreader, a drivers license or credit card works well.
    Reapplied thermal paste and temps are back to how they were prior to re-arranging the cooler. So I need to change the settings you just mentioned, then change DRAM Voltage to 1.5v (the numbers turn purple when on 1.5?) and change the frequency from 2666 to 3000 then work my way up until windows doesn't launch? What about the timings? I got the 4 main numbers but there isn't a number listed for the 1t,2t,2n etc etc so leave that on auto?

    Update: Ram increased from 2666-3200 and 1.5v, also changed the other 2 settings you mentioned, everything is stable. Still couldnt find the last timing listed anyone on box, card or online anywhere so thats still on auto. Ran Realbench and highest tempt was 81 after 15min stress test. So now onto the GPU? The software installed is GPU Tweak II
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