Crucial Ballistix Red Kit 32gb (16 x 2) OC

maczeta241152b02d6

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Please help me make stable oc RAM Crucial Ballistix Red kit 32gb ( 16 x 2 )
I run Anta777 Absolut test (10 cycle) and i passed it with 0 errors but using Anta777 together with Stress GPU i getting a lot of errors in TestMem

I have RTX3080 12GB temp on stress are 70-71 celsius. I use Arctic Freezer II 360mm. CPU Intel i7-12700KF Oced to 5,1GHz

My settings of oc ram.

I have 16-18-18-38 timmings at 4000mhz.


Look photos:

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8. https://postimg.cc/0zrzYx5N

9. https://postimg.cc/XGKqjYLs

10. https://postimg.cc/Yj30Tjh9

Really pls for help to make it stable :(

I will use it for gaming.
 
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citay

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First, it's important to know your exact RAM model. Is it BL2K8G36C16U4RL? Crucial always use Micron ICs, but i don't know which one they used here (Rev. E or Rev. B). Can you read out the RAM module details with Thaiphoon Burner? Run as admin, click on the "Read" icon and read the SPD information. Then go to "File" - "Take a screenshot".

To put a bit more focus on IMC (memory controller) stability, you can run Linpack Xtreme which stresses CPU and RAM, watch the temperatures closely.
https://www.techpowerup.com/download/linpack-xtreme/
Run Linpack, select 2 (Stress test), 5 (10 GB), set 10 times, press Y to use all threads.

but using Anta777 together with Stress GPU i getting a lot of errors in TestMem
This points to a temperature-related problem: The graphics card dumps a lot of additional heat into the case, a lot of which also goes to the area of the RAM slots. RAM gets more unstable with higher temperatures. And the fact that you use water cooling means there is probably not much airflow over the RAM. Try improving your case airflow a lot more (turn up the case fans, add case fans or whatever), see if the RAM stability improves.

If not, it's exactly like i write in my RAM thread. There are three possibilities, which can also be used in combination:
1) Raise voltage
2) Lower frequency
3) Loosen timings
 
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