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I cannot get decent help from MSI or Corsair Support so I am turning to these forums. I recently purchased 2 packs of these vengeance rgb sticks from Best Buy. I cannot get these to the max speed of 2900MHZ no matter what I try with my MSI B460M-PRO VDH WIFI mainboard. I am on the mainboard's latest firmware as well The most speed I can get is like 1400MHZ per CPU-Z i'd love to know where in the BIOS to go to set this all up manually to at least get something approaching the 2.9GHZ CPU I have.. I've tried various Try It settings, tried XMP (it always fails overclock and I have to disable), tried various pre-programmed DRAM timings but nothing works. If I leave everything on auto, I get this speed. Any help is appreciated. I am usually able to use my Google Degree but I have failed.. Full report from CPU-Z is attached DESKTOP-V9J9PJ3.txt
Hello forum people, I have had a big problem for a long time, I thought I was going to solve it by reading other forums but I could not fix that. My computer works for a while and restarts due to the bad configuration of the ram memory timing, I have read about System Agent, I have raised and lowered it, I have increased the memory volts to recommended, I have set the Cas Latency values, etc., but it has not worked, I think they are the read and write times since the blue screen of windows, that the memory has not been read, please if someone wants to help me, I attach the screenshots of My BIOS setup screen. Thank you.:biggrin:
Hi, I ordered the following memory CMW16GX4M2C3200C14 on a French website, where it was indicated on the product page: TIMINGS CAS Latency : 14 RAS to CAS Delay : 14 RAS Precharge Time : 14 RAS Active Time : 34 But I received the memory and it says this on the memory modules: "14-16-16-36" (see attached file). On the site Corsair.com, there is no technical details of this memory, and the French merchant doesn't answer me for the moment. Why is the timings not 14-14-14-34 as advertised? Thank you.
So I've been running my cpu at 4.4ghz 1.35v and memory at 1.65v at 2000mhz for a while. Cold boots fine, completely stable. I have 2x 8gb modules in dimms 1 and 3 Yesterday I upped the memory speed to 2400mhz, booted into windows, gamed for several hours, ran stress tests, etc. No issues. 11-13-13-33 (tested latency is 11-13-13-31, couldn't get it to post at this timings.) My final test, I shut the system down and tried to boot. I get the classic blank screen and then the system powers off. Ideally, I would like to run this memory at the tested latency and have it stable so I can game / shut down and cold start my system. It should be noted that my mobo doesn't play nice with the XMP, which is why I am manually setting timings / voltages. When I load the XMP profile no settings change and I will get beeps if I save the bios and reset the system. Any help is greatly appreciated. System info: CPU: i7-3770k @ 4.4Ghz 1.35v MOBO: EVGA z68 SLI (latest bios R22) RAM: 16gb Corsair Vengeance Pro DDR3 @ 2000Mhz 11-13-13-31 1.65v GPU: SLI 2x EVGA GTX 1070 SC 8gb GDDR5 Core @ 2025Mhz Mem @ 9000Mhz STORAGE: Raid 0 2x SanDisk 256gb x300s SSD DISPLAY: Dell S2716DGR 27" LED 1ms 144mhz 2560x1440 PSU: Antec TruePower 650w Here are my available and current voltages: vCore 1.35 VDimm 1.65 DIMM DQ Vref +0mv VCCIO 1.3 PLL Vcore 1.8 VCC 1.05 PCH PWM Frequency 800KHz