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  • Ddr 3 Timings for F3-2400C10Q-32GTX

    Hello to everyone on this fantastic forum,
    i've just bought a 32gb kit of ram to upgrade my pc and i am wondering if i can find all the correct timings for this kit F3-2400C10Q-32GTX.
    i saw that this kit have 2 xmp profile : enthusiast and extreme and both of them leave secondary and tertiary timing on auto .
    i've managed to read some secondary timing from aida64 and i set them manually on bios and they work perfectly and i got a small improvement.
    Can someone help me to find those secondary and tertiary timing settings ?

    My rig :
    i7 4790k
    Asus Gryphon z97 Armor ed
    32 gb ram F3-2400C10Q-32GTX.
    gtx 1060 6gb
    superflower leadex 650w
    2 ssd
    1hdd


  • #2
    Check to see if BIOS has SPD info page with that info. If not, you can use a software like Thaiphoon Burner to attain all specs for that memory kit.

    Also, are you using the latest BIOS version?

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    • #3
      Originally posted by GSKILL TECH View Post
      Check to see if BIOS has SPD info page with that info. If not, you can use a software like Thaiphoon Burner to attain all specs for that memory kit.

      Also, are you using the latest BIOS version?
      Yes, i am currently using lastest bios version 3503 with spectre and meltdown patch.
      I want to thank you really much for letting me discover thaiphoon burner,it's really useful and gave me some cool ideas to work on .

      Sadly it seems that even this tool cannot see tertiary timings of the xmp profiles.

      *added picture from memtweakit , the only value i changed is dram refresh interval that is set to x2

      i have another question about voltage: what's the highest voltage possible for a24/7 daily use ?
      Last edited by Corrente Elettrica; 08-31-2019, 01:05 PM.

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      • #4
        up

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        • #5
          1.70V should be no problem as long as the Voltage is necessary and the system is stable.
          Last edited by GSKILL TECH; 09-04-2019, 08:38 AM.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by GSKILL TECH View Post
            1.50V should be no problem as long as the Voltage is necessary and the system is stable.
            they are rated 1.65v @stock or with XMP enabled ....
            I'd like to know if i could go to 1.70v daily with damaging them .

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            • #7
              Yes, sorry typo

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