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  1. FilipM

    Share your AIDA 64 cache and memory benchmark here

    If you have the time to do some cpu benchies and game runs, please share :D
  2. FilipM

    Share your AIDA 64 cache and memory benchmark here

    :D The IOD fixed it. Thanks for that info @Taraquin
  3. FilipM

    Share your AIDA 64 cache and memory benchmark here

    TM5 randomly stops testing on cycles 13 to 16, if it does that its an infinity fabric crash. 4 sticks is a bit more difficult than 2 sticks, needs more cldo vddp. Its just a matter of finding the right combo atm Testing 910 - 960 - 1060 - 1160 right now
  4. FilipM

    Share your AIDA 64 cache and memory benchmark here

    The more you push the clock speed, the more EDC you need. You can open the EDC as it is purely for lighter loads - you can allow it to pull as much as it wants cos you are using -30 CO. Heavier apps will rely on the TDC/PPT to throttle down. EDC 110 is fine up to 4750, after that you experience...
  5. FilipM

    Share your AIDA 64 cache and memory benchmark here

    Well, a little tweaking and we have 4x8 at 4066. Will test overnight as I need my PC at the moment, but it did do 6 runs of TM5 No problemo :D
  6. FilipM

    Ryzen DRAM Calculator by 1usmus

    This is what I mean @Taraquin, I had em tighter but scored worse when I went to CL16, over 100 sec, hence why I said its interesting :D These changes brought it back
  7. FilipM

    Share your AIDA 64 cache and memory benchmark here

    It's the odd tCL, then the fact that it cannot run tCWL at odd numbers...Im guessing :D X58 overclocking didn't like even multipliers and even BCLK past 210, I've seen such oddities before :D
  8. FilipM

    Share your AIDA 64 cache and memory benchmark here

    I posted in another thread as well Struggled with 4x8 at CL15, so moved to CL16....altering a few subtimigs got me just as quick as CL15, which is rather interesting. Pics below for comparison
  9. FilipM

    Ryzen DRAM Calculator by 1usmus

    @Taraquin - I struggled at CL15 on 4x8 on TM5...so I went CL16. I altered some subtimings, it may seem weird but, thing is performing as quick as my previous setup at 4000 CL15... interesting :) 1.46VDimm
  10. FilipM

    Share your AIDA 64 cache and memory benchmark here

    I found a few things ProcODT needs to increase from 2x8 to 4x8. I am now at 40 CAD bus values of 60 20 20 20 or 60 20 40 20, which worked for GDM Off on 2 sticks dont work, all sorts of trouble, couldnt boot etc. I am down to 24 20 24 24 RTT values of 7 3 4 are so far the best. Not risking 7...
  11. FilipM

    Share your AIDA 64 cache and memory benchmark here

    There we go :D
  12. FilipM

    Share your AIDA 64 cache and memory benchmark here

    Increased ProcODT to 43.6...booted! Left TM5 at 3933 running now as Im about to get some sleep, but I am almost certain it'll pass Returning it will be a nightmare, Im outside of EU and having the hassle of returning is greater than selling it here locally if it doesn't work out the way I want to.
  13. FilipM

    Share your AIDA 64 cache and memory benchmark here

    They are both 4000 C19 bins, it just turned out that one of the Kits has a different PCB... I may give only the A0 a shot, although when i did boot at 3933 with 1.49 Vdimm, ran a few passes of TM5 and had no errors
  14. FilipM

    Share your AIDA 64 cache and memory benchmark here

    As I said, it will boot eventually at 3933 and work fine. I go in the bios, if i hit Save & Exit without touching anything its broken again...then it will boot eventually and work just fine. I have not booted at all at 4000Mhz
  15. FilipM

    Share your AIDA 64 cache and memory benchmark here

    I tried just the primaries at CL16, didnt make much of a difference.
  16. FilipM

    Share your AIDA 64 cache and memory benchmark here

    X570 Prime-P... No clue what it is tbh... Edit: It is a daisy chain
  17. FilipM

    Share your AIDA 64 cache and memory benchmark here

    OK, got the 2nd set in 1st problem: My "old set" aparently had an A2 PCB...the "new one" has A0 PCB So I went with A2 pcb in primary slots A2/B2 and A0 pcb in A1/B1 I got up to 3933 without changing many of the timings from my 4000 set (Only tertiary), changed RTT to 7 3 3 or 7 3 4, upped...
  18. FilipM

    Share your AIDA 64 cache and memory benchmark here

    I think GDM over-rides the command rate setting, thats why you are seeing 1T instead of the Bios set 2T
  19. FilipM

    Share your AIDA 64 cache and memory benchmark here

    My second set of the Vipers will arrive this following week, hoping for 4000Mhz with 4 sticks...if not, I will have to settle for 3800 or something
  20. FilipM

    Share your AIDA 64 cache and memory benchmark here

    Agesa 1.2.0.1 or newer? Dimm Slot A2 and B2 are Dimm 1 and Dimm 2. A1 and B1 are Dimm 3 and Dimm 4 I wouldnt trust Aida if it reads it wrong :D :)
  21. FilipM

    Share your AIDA 64 cache and memory benchmark here

    Increase VSOC as a starting point. Ive found that 40 50 and 65mV offsets work on mine: EG. VDDP = 900 ; CCD = 940 (1x40mV up from VDDP); IOD = 1060 (3x40mV up from IOD); VSOC = 1140mV (2x40mV up from IOD) or 50mV (900-950-1050-1150) might work Play around :)
  22. FilipM

    Share your AIDA 64 cache and memory benchmark here

    I do check for WHEA both in HWInfo at the bottom and through event viewer. In my run, didnt get any. A failure in TM5 can be infinity fabric instability too, so generally if it is stable in TM5 its allright. You can run Prime Large FFT/OCCT for infinity fabric instability.
  23. FilipM

    Share your AIDA 64 cache and memory benchmark here

    I never had issues with blower cards, yes they run slightly louder but nothing unbearable. Dont know why they changed that design Asus and Gigabyte make a 3090 Turbo model, which has a blower style cooler on it, and they run surprisingly cool. There is a review on the internets, guy stacked 4...
  24. FilipM

    Share your AIDA 64 cache and memory benchmark here

    80mm molex fan at 7V...silent assasin :D
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