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Come on, DDR5 people!:D I really don't see a point in DDR5 at least now!:peace:
Looking for a bandwidth here, don't care much about latency..
G.Skill Ripjaws V DDR4 4400 19-26-26-46 (Hynix chips). Compatibility issues so running at 4266 not 4400 but it's already better than even one B-Die 3200 CL14 32GB dual kit I've had once which could only 4100 CL 17 max lol:roll:


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Come on, DDR5 people!:D I really don't see a point in DDR5 at least now!:peace:
Looking for a bandwidth here, don't care much about latency..
G.Skill Ripjaws V DDR4 4400 19-26-26-46 (Hynix chips). Compatibility issues so running at 4266 not 4400 but it's already better than even one B-Die 3200 CL14 32GB dual kit I've had once which could only 4100 CL 17 max lol:roll:


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I've seen DDR5 running over 100gbps but that's the 6000mhz stuff, your i9 should be able to handle it but your mobo must also be able to handle it.
 

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I tried.. and failed :D

Latency took a bit of a hit but most everything else looks ok. She wont post any higher than this, but if I took 2 sticks out I could run 4400.


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well got this garbage ram still in this machine and well even with it running slower than normal speed wise, it still got an impressive 72,000MBs mem through-put its not the 100GBs that it should and is usually , but not bad for an i7-7820x i got a few months back for 90.00 new in box lol. I love this MOBO I cant wait till better ram and an i9-10980XE for this board....
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I just built my X299 machine since i got the i7-7820x new in box for less than a 100.00 on Facebook marketplace and cant wait till the day i get the i9-10980Xe , How do u like it ? how long u been using it ? That Mobo isnt to shabby u got defintly doing well on the OC for that CPU lol what does that MObo have for VRM specs?
 
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I tried.. and failed :D

Latency took a bit of a hit but most everything else looks ok. She wont post any higher than this, but if I took 2 sticks out I could run 4400.


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MCLK/FCLK/UCLK is not 1:1:1 hence the latency hit.

Dropping from 4XSR=Dual rank to 2XSR will give you higher Frequency but lower overall Read/write and copy results if you comparing DR MCLK to SR MCLK at the same speeds.
 

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@freeagent well damn, looks like you proved bz wrong on the Strix-XE :) go to 1.2 VSOC and send it!!
 
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I've seen DDR5 running over 100gbps but that's the 6000mhz stuff, your i9 should be able to handle it but your mobo must also be able to handle it.
cool :)
i'm that idiot person who purchased 4400 ddr4 32gb dual kit for steal price ($168 compared to others 200+ and higher) thinking "it's Intel baby" and THEN realizing that I need all that overpriced major "ROG Maximus Formula Ultra Super" motherboards to actually RUN it on that clock (checked ram qvl) lol:roll:
but, still, the goal is here: it runs 4000+ at least, so "pretty close" to starting ddr5 4800:):laugh:

Breaking free of the 50GB/s shackles.
what is this cpu? I want Unicorn model, not Centaur:D
 

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Come on, DDR5 people!:D I really don't see a point in DDR5 at least now!:peace:
Looking for a bandwidth here, don't care much about latency..
G.Skill Ripjaws V DDR4 4400 19-26-26-46 (Hynix chips). Compatibility issues so running at 4266 not 4400 but it's already better than even one B-Die 3200 CL14 32GB dual kit I've had once which could only 4100 CL 17 max lol:roll:


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"Nobody" use 4800Mhz CL40 on DDR5. Its like using 2133Mhz on DDR4..

Here is my 6200Mhz CL32 1T (not very tight timings)

7000+Mhz, CL28-30 and sub 50ns is doable on DDR5 with proper cooling, good (Hynix) sticks and a good mb. Then we are talking 110-115GB/s Read/Write/Copy
 

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That wasn’t my intention :D

I will play some more when I get home from work :)

I don't doubt that he tested, just seems a little strange for a ATX 6-layer to be that bad. But then again there's also my whole ordeal with the Strix-I so...

go straight to 2000MHz, do not pass Go, do not collect WHEAs
 
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Lowered just the TFaW to 26 I found that on ddr4 between 24-26 no matter what mem usually that will be the sweet spot Tfaw=Four Active Window Its the mem controller window to access four rows in the same Rank.. try switching yours around see if u get any improvments ,

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With agesa 1.2.0.7 I got 3866 stable without whea errors. Time to move to 2000/4000 and test again
Rolling back to agesa 1.2.0.3c. In 1.2.0.7 my 5800x doesn't boost to 5050Mhz(I know it's in light workload that happens) losted many points in every benchmark I try. Past 140 Edc limit vcore, and even at 140 Edc temps are hotter than at 1.2.0.3c. I prefer the magic number 5ghz over more memory speed. I try again in 1.2.0.3c run my ram at 3866 but it comes with wheas at 1.2 VSOC, so again on 3800cl14
 
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Well, I just repadded/pasted my dominator platinum ram, dual rank/dual sided so I actually ran out of the gelid ultimate pads I was using that were left over from GPU, used kryonaut extreme paste instead on one of the DIMMs.

Glad to report a 6c improvement from 41c while gaming to 35, and 45/46 benching to 40.

Heatsinks were a little dusty but can't be explained just from the clean. Looks like they were using some crappy thermal tape before.

I recommend this if you have B die as it's temp sensitive. I've improved my OC due to this mod keeping it below 40c.

Surprisingly easy too, compared to trident Z dimms, just 4 screws on each dimm.
 
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