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@sabishiihito : Actually my 3466 C16 kit above did 4K C12 at 2v, but it scale up to 2.05v with latest BIOS with waza. My tips for B-Die binning is find the right VTTDDR (usually around 0.925-0.9875v, many kit just 0.925v or 0.95v). When you already have the right VTTDDR (Testing it with SuperPi 32m Waza), you can push DRAM Voltage as much as the mem still scaling. My 3466 topped out at 2.05v. Always testing it with 32m Waza if you want to know the right voltage first
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How do you know that you have the right vttddr?


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Testing it at superpi 32m waza, you can try 4000 12-11-11 first, then try what can it do at 12-12-12, put more dram voltage, try more or less vttddr, until you when you increase dram voltage or vttddr it causing unstable.
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I mean how you figure out which is the perfect vttddr for your kit?
For example if spi 32m works with 0.925/0.95/0.987 v the same way,with no errors,which one is the good one ?
Or at a certain point one or two of them they will throw your ram unstable ?


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if you push above your current limit, try which vtt is better. It will show more stability. If until 0.9875v it still scale push more, until you see negative scaling, usually more vtt more stable and you can push more mhz until negative scaling.

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Forgot to add something, default vtt is half of vdram, sometimes people just set vdram from BIOS and push more vdram it causing unstability, maybe its not vdram limit just vttddr limit, and some memory need more vttddr then vdram.
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This memory is not sold


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