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Gigabyte Z170X-SOC Force - DDR4

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Guest Bullant

Tested the soc 4 dim board the other day with b die,it can run 4000mhz 12-12-12 twcl9 32m pass but some subs have to be really loose that defeats the purpose.So 3866mhz with tight subs and bclk up is better option.

 

Will maybe try 4000 again on it later and post results

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maxmem - 4000

Tick the box "make boot settings permanent ", reboot and enjoy :)

 

This trick work great but I really need "unlock" full 16GB of my RAM, there is a tip?

In bench I use around 2GB of free memory :(

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Guest Bullant

Tested the std 4 dim Z170SOC board other night with some cold AFR,only real quick...was doing 32m 3900Mhz 11-17-17 or 11-16-16 cant remember the trcd,one of them,-100 1.83v as my AFR likes only 1.83v air or -170.

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has anyone tried Kabylake, new F20d BIOS etc....?

 

P.S. I want LN2 special SOC like Home Simpson a beer :D :D :D :D

 

 

edit: with i3 7350K and F20b beta BIOS,max memory speed is 3866Mhz in CPUZ but 4133 capable and selected in BIOS setting (I have GEIL Dragon 4000, no problem for me). BIOS or CPU limit? I wait official BIOS!

 

edit 2: I have mount i3 6320 and confirm max 3866Mhz of F20b beta BIOS :(

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I'm just a (bit) late to the party, but here's a 5/5 32M run with no wazza (old batch b-die). CPU water and RAM air. 2.00V bios I think.

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This was a bit of a test for the OCN comp we're running at the moment, CPU on SS and ram air (although I think it was getting a bit chilled as it was scaling to higher volts than previously).

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