ZeddivileDo yall bump VCCSA/IO back down to under 1.4 - 1.45 after training? When shooting for High-ish Bdie clocks? or Leave it up at 1.4/ 1.45 for the entirety of the bench session? In my small sample size of 3 9900K's I can't get training @4300+ w/o at least 1.4v SA and I am pretty sure my chips don't enjoy long exposures to 1.4v sa/io. One of my CPU's after running 1.45v SA for about 5 bench sessions of ~5 hours per session decided it only likes at least 1.375v+ SA regardless of clock. Which i correlated with a degradation of IMC associated with SA V at 1.4v but I didn't know how to validate that theory and am mostly just in a state of perpetual speculation and assumption. #feelsbad
tfuresTesting Super PI 32M 5GHZ efficiency. Btw these are A2 PCB B-dies
sergmanndid someone use A2 mem with tight timings like tfures, but not HOF-Mem maybe g.skill?
bruno_rosergmanndid someone use A2 mem with tight timings like tfures, but not HOF-Mem maybe g.skill?Yes. Sabishii Hito did with GSKill 4000C17 Royal.Check first page of this thread:
radippchow tight you wants ? c12 or c14 with c12 i can reach 4133 with c14 i can bench gb3 at 4933
luakriAmbient temperature dropped this morning, I tried same settings last night without success. Successfully completed geekbench 4266 CL12 1T dimm 2.055 / vtt -55 / vsa 1.35 / vccio 1.3.Mem oc is hard... tons of factors.Apparently not all dimms behave the same, same applies for voltage and temperature tolerance.