Micron Rev E is not a bad memory… It is the #2 after B die (you can say the best memory not “bad memory”). without going into much details The only difference is some timings scaling and it can daily over 1.6V which Samsung B die can’t do! and may even reach higher clocks than samsung B die itself . I told you previously let’s not discuss overclocking I totally know what very very few people know there about memory overclocking and said previously the issue I am having. When I said I was expecting a 4000 MHz or over that on these hardware then that is real. I don’t need to go anywhere for info about overclocking. I said previously overclocking is what I do and have large experience there as I can easily tell why and what I should do. If you would like to know how much different doing OC on these single rank 8GB kit using a top of the line Z370 then let me tell you that it is at most 400 MHz At most!. On these motherboards going to 5000MHz is possible when very high and spicy DRAM voltage is applied. I am doing OC on a small motherboard that have a good enough memory traces to drive over 4000 MHz, but the software is the limitation to do that.
idk man, why don’t you just do the edit for me if you already know what should be done
I want FCLK related options, DRAM voltage over 1.4V, SA and IO voltages. also power limits if possible. they are already there in the bios file, but can’t be accessed through the UEFI. I am assuming these options are not linked to the bios settings page. I already sent the bios file and you verified that it is unlocked so why don’t you take the lead from there
FPT dump was not different than afuwin dump. the output file is 14mb. the bios file I uploaded above is a full 16mb bios that I used moded efiflash (gigabyte flasher) to fully flash it. I don’t know what you mean by “real bios” do you refer to full bios or what? I already uploaded what I can’t dump easily. anyway here is the dump you asked for using these commands: FPTW64.exe -D unlocked.rom -BIOS and it is not a full dump as you can see unlocked.zip (5.0 MB)
it should be under the card “Peripherals” ,.,.If everything is the same invisible “but bios works” try XTU / hwinfo - i enabled all on defaults “spd write / sa - 1.25V / io 1.15V/ xtu inference - enabled”
SPD Write Disable, VarStoreInfo (VarOffset/VarName): 0xFB7
One Of Option: FALSE, Value (8 bit): 0x0
but must be compatible memory “there are different protections” SW “spd write” - OK / HW “chip lock on ram”- problem
and results ? you see any new options or HWINFO - SA / IO looks raised ??
also XTU must use inference - more options “need re-installation” and not all version works well “try version 7.x.x/ and 6.5” ,.old is in x86 program-files / new in x64 folder
most XTU version works random “only emulation” XTU inference -enabled “memory / imo / sa offset + iccmax + it depends on the platform ,…,you must have more options than before”
The motherboard does not report correct voltages at all so I don’t relay on them. Nothing new in the bios however, but I can still do some manual measures. However I will see if there is anything with intel XTU. I will update later with what happens. I may also try yo default 1.5V dram voltage or use thaiphon. I mean with your help at least I know what I can do and what to do . I appreciate your time and assistance.
hwinfo also reports bad voltage ? ,.you also have old MC in this bios “recommended update”
send the CPU ID or only what is stored in the bios is OK? ,…,possible send update
and still hidden items “here is problem ADVANCED tab” here fully missing “mod sub-menus” I don’t know where it will be displayed or if at all
The motherboard have weird sensors completely. Nothing right. Vcore is waaay of reality. Report 1.48V! on vcore while it is probably 1.35V. on memory also thinks that DRAM voltage is 1.5V while in reality it is a bit lower than 1.4V about 1.38V minimum or so
There is also only one static report for SA voltage 1.16 while it was 1.05. now still the same. The sensor also gives one reading which makes me believe it does not even measure anything. Like you said the motherboard after all is not designed for overclocking to have higher voltages or even support anything other than 2666 memory speed so I will have some weird compatibility and some difficulties, but nothing that can’t be solved
The memory voltage can’t be adjusted over 1.4V still. I doubt that the voltage regulator in the motherboard can’t do it, but it is still a software limitation. The custom bios had some microcodes for these CPUs to work, normally nothing would go wrong if I flash the test.rat, right?