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    thanks trying it now on my Corsair Platinum 3000Mhz ram , got my cpu at 4.4Ghz passed all memtest and LinX programes but playing games my system freezes or reboots

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    Quote Originally Posted by Praz View Post
    Hello

    This does not need to be added to the guide as it is incorrect.
    Hello

    Yes as you need this guide for running a BCLK of 100 with 3000Mhz Memory correct? But most people will just use the XMP settings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LiveOrDie View Post
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    Yes as you need this guide for running a BCLK of 100 with 3000Mhz Memory correct? But most people will just use the XMP settings.
    Hello

    This guide is for 3000MHz memory speed using XMP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by samarlian View Post
    thanks trying it now on my Corsair Platinum 3000Mhz ram , got my cpu at 4.4Ghz passed all memtest and LinX programes but playing games my system freezes or reboots
    Put your CPU back to default clocks and only setup your memory to run at 3000MHz. That'll tell you if the problem is caused by an unstable overclock.


    Quote Originally Posted by Praz View Post
    Hello

    This guide is for 3000MHz memory speed using XMP.
    Praz is right on this one. This guide aims to help novice users to get their memory working at the advertised speed as easy and as quick a possible without going too much into the technical side of things.

    But even if do decide to use a 100 Strap, the method is still valid.

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    OK but XMP profiles should work of the bat yes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LiveOrDie View Post
    OK but XMP profiles should work of the bat yes?
    The XMP profiles will always work out of the box. The component that needs tuning here is the CPU.

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    Does it make sense to activate the X.M.P. profile and afterwards manually reduce strap and BCLK to 100? That way you'd still get the timings from the XMP profile but would run the system with a standard BLCK.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grestorn View Post
    Does it make sense to activate the X.M.P. profile and afterwards manually reduce strap and BCLK to 100? That way you'd still get the timings from the XMP profile but would run the system with a standard BLCK.
    Thats when this guide comes into play your systems IMC won't be able to run a 100 BCLK with 3000Mhz memory thats why the XMP sets a 125BCLK to use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grestorn View Post
    Does it make sense to activate the X.M.P. profile and afterwards manually reduce strap and BCLK to 100? That way you'd still get the timings from the XMP profile but would run the system with a standard BLCK.
    Yes, that can work.

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    I don't want to hijack the thread but tightening timings are more effective than higher frequencies.
    I have been trying to achieve tightest timings for my G.Skill 32GB 2666MHz x 2 (64GB) memories. Furthermore I have first handedly tested for scientific computing purposes. According to my trial-and-error CL and tRFC timings are most important.

    This is what I have achieved. 11-12-14-34-2T - 300ns tRFC @ 1.5V. It was fully stable for 24 hours. Other timings except CL,tRCD and tRFC could be lowered further too but it doesn't have much affect on performance.
    I think I may hit the silicon lottery on memories because officially they don't even recommend two of 32GB kits working together.

    Ps. Stock values are 15-15-15-15-35-2T @ 1.2V (BCLK 125)
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