so should i write down the secondary and 3rd timing from the 2133 speed and see if I can edge to these values at 2400MHz? lowering write CAS (tWCL) causes a quick power off. Should I assume that it is the DDR current capability that needs increasing?
curiously VCSA at 1.12 works better than 1.2. stable for prime95 at 45GHz/1.12 but increasing VCCSA at the same clock speed causes WHEA parity error. does it makes sense? I test with prime95 and aida64 for stability.
Thanks for the reply Raja.
side question: i've installed XSPC water block on the chipset and the power mosfet. is this a cause for a void waranty?
I am a little confused. Spent 4H yesterday following the OC guide. Aiming for lowest voltage for a clock speed.
So I lower my 2400MHz kit to 2133. Suddenly the old issue with write speed being 44GB/sec vs read at 60GB/sec moved around and I was getting 58GB/sec both way. which i preferred as balance always looks healtier.
Come home today and the system was hung on one of the data drive connected to asmedia was stuck. Moved the drive connector back to the Intel 3gbps port.
Power back up and system comes up set for 4.5GHz but stock at 39. Reload default optimized value, save, then reload the profile I saved yesterday for my 4.5GHz OC. But now the memory write speed with aida is 39GB/s and read at 56GB/sec.
43 worked at 1.26V core (-0.065 offset)
44 worked at 1.265 core ( -0.8 offset)
45 worked at 1.305 core (-0.04 offset
45 required . 1.18v for VCCSA and VTTx2
it is normal to get varying results from one day to the next? Is my CPU degrading at the speed of light or would you suspect the ram 4x8GB to be at cause?
I have this baby on water for everything except the memory. Do I need to reflash the bios?
bios is 0602. remaining info in the sig.