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Default Re: B-Die Binning

Instead of pushing higher frequencies and looser timings, opt for tighter timings if you want real performance!!
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3200 at 100 strap or 3333MHz (125 strap) 12-12-12-21 at 1.55 should be doable if your IMC/mobo can handle it... Which board mate ?

MSI Godlike/X99 SOC Champion here only do 3200MHz 32M stable, R5E/Godlike Carbon does 3333MHz with same hardware. SA voltage is important!!

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Hey mate I have been testing my new cpu and R5E but I have found it to be very sensitive. I have been using xtu as a base comparison score, and to compete in a local ranking, but as soon as I tighten my ram at all xtu fails. If I go tighter than 16-16-16 I get error with no score. If I run 1T at any speed I get the same. I thought xtu bench was broken as I couldnt get a score at any settings, then set back to xmp (3200-16-17-17-38-2T) and I get a score again.

Is this just an issue with xtu? Or is it the first thing to show instability?Odd thing is xtu stress test passes at the same settings that the xtu bench fails ...

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Did you try other xtu versions?
XTU has issueas on a regular base.
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Yes I was using the latest version but with all the failed attempts I googled and they said 5.xx was stable, I installed that and its exactly the same. I reset to xmp or close to it and it passes. Anything tighter than cas16 or 1T and it fails (no score).

What else would you guys advise is a good stability tester? I think a few hours of BF1 is the best test but I dont want to do that.

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superpi 32M, if that passes all should pass, normally not needed on X99 maybe try to set maxmem. Are you running a 32 or 64 bit OS ?
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W10 64bit

I was using xtu as a quick efficiency (and stability) check, what else can I use? I find that changes often affect 1m and 32m differently and I get sizable variations in 1m runs so it seems very inconsistent. Do you guys still measure mem bandwidth? I think I will test my timings in CB as it seems to respond to ram changes well.

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Default Re: B-Die Binning

try at least 16 or 32MB for memory stability, most stable OS for reliable is XP there, win10 results can vary... Anyhow if it passes one of the two former it is stable... I'm trying to finish a small article on it..

I included some more info in the article at : MadShrimps Consider it as starting point. a lot will depend on your IMC quality and the board's bios options
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I have got it to pass 32m down to 13-13-13-35-2T but scores seem to drop a bit and BF1 crashes almost instantly, I dropped back to 14-14-14-36 and its better but BF1 still crashes eventually, so safe 15-15-15 can play for as long as you like and no crashes. These are all 2T, as soon as I try 1T I load windows fine but benchmarks crash or error out.

I havent tried higher than 1.55v yet.

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New 4333 2x8gb kit for $624, I assume this is B-die. Has anyone gotten hands on?

http://www.corsair.com/en-us/vengean...gx4m2e4333c19r
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