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Old 01-03-2017, 05:18 PM
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Question TridentZ 3866 and X99: timings for 3200?

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I knew when buying it that I would not be able to run at factory top speed. But I have a hard time finding the most stable timings.
Mobo is Asus X99 Rampage V Edition 10.
Ram is F4-3866C18Q-16GTZ.

Intel base timings are based on 15-15-15-35 for 2133 Mhz
XMP profile (just one!) is 18-22-22-42-2N for 3866 Mhz

I have to find something in between, so I tried many, many timings and speeds, but can't find the perfect spot and I do not have a methodology or guide. Searching internet brings nothing.

By the way, are all RAM sticks of the same "family" made of the same parts, so I could copy factory OC/XMP settings from a TridentZ 3200? This speed is my goal...

Thank you a lot! I have been fighting for months...
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Yes, you can try the 3200 XMP and see how that works. The higher frequency kit is capable of better so typically a lower frequency spec will be fine.

Also, do you have the latest BIOS/EFI for the motherboard?
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i have latest 1502 bios from Asus. I am now running RAM at 3400 Mhz!! Thanks a lot for the inspiration!

my build and Aida results: https://www.techpowerup.com/forums/t.../#post-3594059
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Very awesome build! Would be great for people to see in our Members section:

http://www.gskill.us/forum/forumdisplay.php?f=52

Glad to hear you got everything working well. BIOS update can do wonders
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