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    Quote Originally Posted by Demoniacstar View Post
    i don't push...lol....
    Ha ha! I didn't mean "push" in a bad way -- maybe "motivated" would have been a better word choice.
    Tired of trolls and mods that act like this platform has no problems and it's the users fault. Later.

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    ROG Enthusiast Array whiskey-foxtrot PC Specs
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    MotherboardCrosshair VI Hero
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    Quote Originally Posted by entropic-remnants View Post
    I know, right -- it's just that for people with less technical bent it's much easier to read the Thaiphoon Burner report. But the AIDA is very compact. But that's why I tell people who maybe are struggling with this to get it in Thaiphoon.

    Thanks for the input and you're one of the people who pushed me into buying AIDA64 and I don't regret it.
    AIDA64 is definitely a great tool to have on hand; for memory issues I tend to fallback on Thaiphoon Burner as it's the easiest way to actually restore or write to SPD. In my case on Trident Z's which got corrupted by horrible LED controller software. I don't think you can write with the free version of Thaiphoon Burner, but the minimum is only $16 and well worth it just for the information alone. In the past I used it to write custom XMP profiles and have never looked back at another mem-tool since.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whiskey-foxtrot View Post
    AIDA64 is definitely a great tool to have on hand; for memory issues I tend to fallback on Thaiphoon Burner as it's the easiest way to actually restore or write to SPD. In my case on Trident Z's which got corrupted by horrible LED controller software. I don't think you can write with the free version of Thaiphoon Burner, but the minimum is only $16 and well worth it just for the information alone. In the past I used it to write custom XMP profiles and have never looked back at another mem-tool since.
    I see people recovering their XMP data all the time with Thaiphoon so it's well thought of I know. I don't have RGB RAM (though my RGB on the motherboard is dead) and hopefully I won't have to worry about that particular issue. But prior to starting this Ryzen journey I'd never ever heard of Thaiphoon Burner. See what you learn when you have problems, lol?
    Tired of trolls and mods that act like this platform has no problems and it's the users fault. Later.

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    ROG Guru: Yellow Belt Array syldon PC Specs
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    I tried the 945 beta on release and could not get off the 2133 mark. I have never loaded beyond 2666 on any version before. I still cant get to 3200 even with increased voltages and changing to command rate 2.

    But I am a happy bunny. Currently running at 2800 with the setting retrieved from both Thaiphoon and Aida. Strangely it runs more stable with increased bclk. So I'm on bclk 102 and I will leave there for now. Bank holiday weekend coming up and all. The furthest it stretched to was bclk 107 but felt laggy. It passed the CPUz stress test and all, but didn't feel smooth. Have not tried any in between due to time.

    So all in all a little bit further. thanks again.

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    Well, we'll all keep trying, won't we? Are we pioneers or idiots -- or maybe white mice in a maze? Ha ha, not sure.
    Tired of trolls and mods that act like this platform has no problems and it's the users fault. Later.

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