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Rampage VI Extreme Encore XMP Ram Profiles

altonatrucker
Level 7
So i am curious, is anyone using high frequency ram like 4000 or 4266 on there Encore motherboard that is not on the QVL list? I have tried 3 different sets of DDR4 memory. 2 Sets of 4000MHz and a set of 4266MHz Corsair and Gskill TridentZ and when they are set to XMP in the bios they all show the correct timings and voltages are set but the pc just wont boot at all. These are not on the QVL list but they all worked fine on the Rampage VI Extreme Omega if i set them at 4100MHz and they were not on that QVL list either. I could get all sets to work on the Encore board but only if i set them at 3400MHz or below. I'm using a 7980XE cpu on the board. I did end up finding a set of this ram Model F4-3866C18Q-32GTZR which is on the QVL list so i'm gonna try it when it gets here and see if that works. If not it seems to me there is an issue with my board.
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altonatrucker wrote:
OK so after trying several set of ram from the QVL list and not getting any of them to work with the stated XMP profile i went a different route. the gskill ram on the asus qvl list was not on the gskill qvl list for this board, and vise versa none of the gskill ram on there qvl list for the encore is on the asus qvl list. I decide to get some of the 3733MHz ram with the 17-17-17-37 timings from the gskill website that has the encore on the qvl list, and sure as heck it booted the first time from the xmp profile. So for others with xmp issues, i would suggest trying ram from the memory manufacturer qvl list that has the encore on the list. But like i said all kits i tried from the asus qvl list for the encore cause boot failures or having to run way below the rated speeds to boot, the first kit i got from the memory manufacturer that has the encore board on the qvl list booted first time on XMP at 3733MHz. In fact there is no 3733MHz ram on the asus QVL list from any manufacturer but Gskill has several different 3733MHz kits on there QVL list for the encore board.


Seems your cpu is the limit, doesn't like high frequencies. 3800 is a good frequency paired with low timings to match quad channel with Intel Enthusiast CPU's.
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vmanuelgm wrote:
Seems your cpu is the limit, doesn't like high frequencies. 3800 is a good frequency paired with low timings to match quad channel with Intel Enthusiast CPU's.


Yes it is, now i have been able to get my Gskill 4266 ram with timings of 17-18-18-38 to run at 4200 stable on this encore motherboard with timings of 17-17-17-37 and 1.46v This with an i9-10940X at 5GHz

Looks like the new 0505 bios release for the encore board has fixed the xmp profiles issue, i can now set to XMP and boots right up at 4266MHz. Hurray !!!

altonatrucker wrote:
Looks like the new 0505 bios release for the encore board has fixed the xmp profiles issue, i can now set to XMP and boots right up at 4266MHz. Hurray !!!



How do u test stability???
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altonatrucker wrote:
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Hello everyone. I'm going to revive this conversation a little. I'm able to get 4000mhz running at 17-17-17-37 gsat stable and hci memtest stable. I'm also able to get the raja@asus 4000mhz profile stable as well which is tight tertiary and secondary timings wise but his profile sets 17-18-18-38 I've learned how to get the rtls to lock to make this possible utilizing the rtl init setting under rtl settings. I have the rampage extreme vi board. I can not for the life of me however figure out how to get this mb to let me manually set the rtl settings and it's driving me nuts. I know what it likes rtl wise from extensive testing and like I said I have it stable but in a round about way. raja@asus is there a certain way to get this mb to let me set them manually?

thewebsiteisdown wrote:
Hello everyone. I'm going to revive this conversation a little. I'm able to get 4000mhz running at 17-17-17-37 gsat stable and hci memtest stable. I'm also able to get the raja@asus 4000mhz profile stable as well which is tight tertiary and secondary timings wise but his profile sets 17-18-18-38 I've learned how to get the rtls to lock to make this possible utilizing the rtl init setting under rtl settings. I have the rampage extreme vi board. I can not for the life of me however figure out how to get this mb to let me manually set the rtl settings and it's driving me nuts. I know what it likes rtl wise from extensive testing and like I said I have it stable but in a round about way. raja@asus is there a certain way to get this mb to let me set them manually?


I can't edit my post because of the language issue going on with the site right now for whatever reason so, I'm just going to reply to my own post. I have the latest bios and my memory is gskill ddr4 4000mhz rgb 17-17-17-37 or model, F4-4000C17Q-32GTZR. I'm able to stabilize my rtls by utilizing the rtl init setting under the rtl section of them memory timings section of the bios and setting it to a value between 77 and 85.

I figured out why the language settings were messed up for me here so I'm able to edit my post again. I just need to know if there's a way to edit the rtl myself rather then letting the wonky bios try it?

thewebsiteisdown wrote:
I can't edit my post because of the language issue going on with the site right now for whatever reason so, I'm just going to reply to my own post. I have the latest bios and my memory is gskill ddr4 4000mhz rgb 17-17-17-37 or model, F4-4000C17Q-32GTZR. I'm able to stabilize my rtls by utilizing the rtl init setting under the rtl section of them memory timings section of the bios and setting it to a value between 77 and 85.

I figured out why the language settings were messed up for me here so I'm able to edit my post again. I just need to know if there's a way to edit the rtl myself rather then letting the wonky bios try it?


No one knows how to manually set the rtl's successfully on this board? I saw a post by someone stating how to use memory not on the support list or qvl and noticed there was a memory timings after training option in his BIOS, that would be helpful for what I trying to do I bet but don't see that as an option for this motherboard... SOMEone please help me set my rtl manually...

Zbigniew
Level 9
Sometimes problems have simple solutions. For me, in bios 0504 it was the same. I'm using G.Skill 3200 CAS14 and downgrade bios to version 0401 solved the problem. For me, 0504 sucks.
Test this simple solution is not much work.
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Zbigniew wrote:
Sometimes problems have simple solutions. For me, in bios 0504 it was the same. I'm using G.Skill 3200 CAS14 and downgrade bios to version 0401 solved the problem. For me, 0504 sucks.
Test this simple solution is not much work.


I'm using the 0504 bios on mine, but i had the same issues with the 0401 bios as well.