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    Quote Originally Posted by Silent Scone@ROG View Post
    That is the exact test that I ran. I opened both and compared them line by line in the notepad. I am going to change the cycle count to 15 and let it run while I take a nap.

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    You can use Karhu also, as that has unlimited coverage. If stable for 1500-2000% coverage this should be ample.

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ID:	93525 5 passes in finally got an error.... oh well.

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    This is actually very good, you won't find any 64GB 6200MHz memory kits either.

    Your two memory kits seem to be working well together and stability might be met with some voltage adjustments. As I'm not familiar with DDR5 memory overclocking, Silent Scone could guide you better here.

    If you can get 64GB 6200MHz stable, I'd be super happy with that.

    Are you using any monitoring program? I use HWinfo, it shows clock speeds, temps, voltages and is free. If you don't have a monitoring program, you could download it and post us a screen shot.

    Under Installer, hover over Free Download, then click local U.S.

    https://www.hwinfo.com/download/

    Once installed, click the Sensors tab, this shows all information about your pc.

    Click the blue arrows at the bottom left to expand all the readings. At the top, you can adjust the columns to show the maximums of each reading, averages aren't that critical.

    It should look like this, click the picture to make it bigger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nate152 View Post
    This is actually very good, you won't find any 64GB 6200MHz memory kits either.

    Your two memory kits seem to be working well together and stability might be met with some voltage adjustments. As I'm not familiar with DDR5 memory overclocking, Silent Scone could guide you better here.

    If you can get 64GB 6200MHz stable, I'd be super happy with that.

    Are you using any monitoring program? I use HWinfo, it shows clock speeds, temps, voltages and is free. If you don't have a monitoring program, you could download it and post us a screen shot.

    Under Installer, hover over Free Download, then click local U.S.

    https://www.hwinfo.com/download/

    Once installed, click the Sensors tab, this shows all information about your pc.

    Click the blue arrows at the bottom left to expand all the readings. At the top, you can adjust the columns to show the maximums of each reading, averages aren't that critical.

    It should look like this, click the picture to make it bigger.

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    Sorry for the delayed reply.

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    Nice !

    Since you're almost stable, in the bios on the extreme tweaker tab try:

    Dram voltage -1.40v
    CPU VCCSA voltage 1.25v - 1.30v

    For you having just one error, this might get your 64GB 6200MHz stable.

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