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Asus x99 XMP and possibility of OC help - Part2

dragon7265
Level 7

Hello everyone,

I’m sorry for making a second post for my issue. I just realized that someone replied to it and I only noticed it now. I’m not sure why I can’t reply to that post.

https://rog-forum.asus.com/t5/overclocking-tweaking/asus-x99-xmp-help/td-p/892497

Regarding the manual XMP input, can someone guide me on how to do it?

XMP TIMING PARAMETERS
• JEDEC: DDR4-2133 CL15-15-15 @1.2V
• XMP Profile #1: DDR4-2800 CL14-15-15 @1.35V
• XMP Profile #2: DDR4-2666 CL14-14-14 @1.35V

Regarding some of the questions posted on that post, I have checked, repasted and reseated the cooler many times (confirming fan spin as well) trying to figure out why my CPU is so toasty. Until I realized it was caused by the XMP profile.


Not sure if Bing AI is correct but this is what it outputted.
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Thank you for letting me know. Here are the steps to manually input XMP parameters in ASUS X99 for your specific case:

Enter BIOS by pressing Delete key during system startup.
Navigate to AI Tweaker tab.
Look for DRAM Timing Control option.
Change DRAM Frequency to 2800 MHz.
Change DRAM CAS# Latency to 14.
Change DRAM RAS# to CAS# Delay to 15.
Change DRAM RAS# PRE Time to 15.
Change DRAM RAS# ACT Time to 35.
Change DRAM Command Rate to 2T.
Save changes and exit BIOS.
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Now for the new question and maybe a possibility for me soon is the possibility of overclocking the CPU. At the moment, my CPU is working fine with me and I don’t see myself upgrading to a new system anytime soon. However, I also don’t mind a small boost in the CPU as well. As long as it doesn’t affect the PC's life expectancy (if I am concerned about that maybe I should just leave it as stock?). Not sure if it’s a long process but would be grateful if someone can show me how?

 

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