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Old 11-03-17, 06:57 PM
pankomputerek pankomputerek is offline
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Crosshair VI RAM stability & FAN speeds

I couldn't help but seek some help after the Crosshair VI review went up...
I have 2 main issues at the moment;
  • massive stability issues with ram even at 2133mhz
  • AIO fans running at 90% always

I'm running 1800x and Gskill Ripjaws V 3000mhz 32GB kit (f4-3000c15q-32gvrb).
I have tried all the DOCP settings up to 3000mhz but not getting it to post as high as that. Memory test passed at 2444mhz on bios 5803 but it keeps crashing regularly. Took it back down to 2133mhz but also getting loads of issues (especially when playing Rust). Q-Code I keep getting is '8'. I have tried all 3 BIOS currently out for the board...

Issue with the fans I'm having is with AI Tweaker (and after bios changes to take minimum speeds down) fans on CPU cooler (Arctic Liquid Freezer 360) don't go down below 1388rpm. AIO Pump is connected to the AIO header and CPU fans are on CPU_1.

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Old 12-03-17, 10:34 AM
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tinytomlogan tinytomlogan is offline
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Ram is funny AF atm but thats down to AMD.

Set a custom fan curve. Your CPU will be idling at 50+ thats why the fans are always up.
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Old 21-04-17, 03:44 PM
Seikusa Seikusa is offline
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Similiar Problem just the with the LPX Version of RAM, I can post mine at 2666, but the DOCP also failed at 2993. My QCode is 0d.
Isnt the 1002 Bios Version the most recent? (You wrote 5803)

About the fans be sure to not set a Fixed PWM Mode.
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Old 21-04-17, 04:27 PM
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1002 is the latest "publicly available" version, but you can get several beta versions with newer updates (0079 - 0082). I had to flash one of those to get my G.Skill ram to run at 3200.

Hopefully Tom won't mind me linking "the other" overclocking site. There's a thread on OCN that has posted the bioses, along with a lot of great info on the Crosshair VI, including some developer posts. You can find that here:

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