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Hurray for 9945 beta bios, I am at 3600 MHz at last!

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  • Hurray for 9945 beta bios, I am at 3600 MHz at last!

    I had been struggling to get my F4-3600C16D-16GTZSW to run above 3466 MHz. The new beta bios for the C6H motherboard finally got a stable 3600MHz at rated timings.

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    Well not stable for stress testing. Still working on that.

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    • #3
      Hey buddy I have the same sticks and was talking to you on the Overclockers forum. Let me know if you get them stable at 3600. So far the best I get is like 3340 or 3430 mhz, but at 14-14-14-34 1T, which I would assume is faster than 3600 at 16-16-16-36 2T. So I think I will stick with what I have until the next official bios and then try it. I think I have my latency down to about 70ns, but of course I game a lot and the higher infinity fabric might be worth it if future bioses can get over 3600 C16. I did a lot of testing but stupid Aura corrupted one of my sticks, I just flashed it and both are good, but I don't know if I want to re-install and test the two beta bioses again, 1107 is working pretty stable. It is a shame you have to disable Aura and motherboard lighting or you get corrupt SPD though. Waiting for G.skill or Asus to do a fix, until then dark motherboard.
      P.S. If you get 3600 or higher completely stable stress tested, please post all the settings.

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      • #4
        Will do, I am running 3460 at 14-14-14-34-1T for stress test stable, but for general use I have had no crashes at all doing 3600MHz with 16-16-16-16-36-1T.

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          I have g skill 3600 but I don't know how to OC and I won't push it past 1.35v right now my memory is at 1.25v 3366 frequency 15-15-15-15-35 I managed to push it to 3466 but I don't know what I'm doing even though it ran memtest for hours I got worse performance on a game BDO that I like to play then with my 3366 profile. I could use some tips if you don't mind

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