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Re: XMP 2400mhz Issue-Code 55 2019/09/19 14:33:51 (permalink)
Well I guest that could be the issue, But I never OC, other then setting it in the XMP 1st profile that all I did not play or set any voltage in the IMCs. Now I can get it to pass 1600mhz and stable anything above that it will crash. I could run it at 2000mhz and 2187mhz but not stable and eventually will crash. kougar, yes is the same PSU. I will try it with CL8, Thanks guys. 

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Re: XMP 2400mhz Issue-Code 55 2019/09/19 16:39:46 (permalink)
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Well I guest that could be the issue, But I never OC, other then setting it in the XMP 1st profile that all I did not play or set any voltage in the IMCs. Now I can get it to pass 1600mhz and stable anything above that it will crash. I could run it at 2000mhz and 2187mhz but not stable and eventually will crash. kougar, yes is the same PSU. I will try it with CL8, Thanks guys. 


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Re: XMP 2400mhz Issue-Code 55 2019/09/20 03:42:57 (permalink)
Delgado, My own 2400Mhz kit wouldn't go beyond 1800Mhz stable (but that was out-of-the-box, and it was a known Kingston/ASUS compatibility problem that I wasn't aware of at the time). I run it at 1800Mhz CL8 10-10-24-200 1.65v as the board defaulted to CL11 with some absurdly high tRFC value I don't remember just now. 
 
Actually, it just dawned on me... you aren't trying to use a command rate of 1T are you? 2T is the best you're gonna get, but I wonder if your old settings were using 3T or something like that. 


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Re: XMP 2400mhz Issue-Code 55 2019/09/20 05:27:16 (permalink)
Thanks guys for your support on this issue. I guest will be building a new one for my son. In the mean time will run it at 1600mhz. Thanks again.

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