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post #1 of 11
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I want to understand this.
I have been reading so much I'm fried, so I'm here to ask a break down here as simple as it gets

here is my validation:
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1807307

RAM : 16384 MB DDR3 Dual Channel
RAM Speed : 535.1 MHz (3:8) @ 8-8-8-20
Slot 1 : 4096MB (8500)<<<why is this diffrent*****
Slot 1 Manufacturer : Corsair
Slot 2 : 4096MB (10700)<<<why is this diffrent****
Slot 2 Manufacturer : Corsair
Slot 3 : 4096MB (10700)<<<why is this diffrent****
Slot 3 Manufacturer : Corsair
Slot 4 : 4096MB (8500)<<<why is this diffrent****
Slot 4 Manufacturer : Corsair

I want to be able to run at 4.0 ghz and be stable, I have tried all kinds of tools to auto oc it and also adjusting stuff in my bios some of wich I do not understand and end up resetting it to boot.

All I keep reading is volt adjust this and that and the post I read some doesn't even match whats in my bios as far as wording goes. and I'm just so burt out on this.

Also I have tried to run the sli patch because I have 2 nvidea cards 450series and want to run sli and its a crossfire board but I have read and done everything on that as well and others show screen shots of it working, Im really close to getting a sli supported mobo but would like to be able to switch back and forth to my ati cards. I can get the cpu to run stable @ 3.8ghz anything over that it will crash with the BSOD

so yes I am a ub3r nOob with to much information. :O
post #2 of 11
Are all 4 sticks of ram the same and what are the advertised specs on them?
post #3 of 11
I would not be able to help you with your ram without some more physical specs of them. Usually programs do not help you get to the 4.0GHz mark. You have to do it through the bios. I have a feeling I am wrong but isnt it a little bit hard to OC a quad core to 4?
post #4 of 11
what in the world do u need 16gbs of ram for lol? you could og get 4 gb and upgraded the cpu or gpu with the $$ just saying

id check the volts to them in the bios, and the times.
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post #5 of 11
Your slot 1 and 4 have same speed RAM your slot 2 and 3 have different, same speed RAM. You shouldnt combine 2 different speeds. Keep your faster RAM, 10700, and put that in your dual channel slots and sale off the other 2 sticks.

Edit, your 8500 speed is DDR3 1066mhz, thats not going to help with over clocking at all. Phenom II's like 1333mhz

So for that motherboard put your 1333mhz ram in slot 1&3 the blue slots and leave the other 2 slots empty for optimum overclocking.

Does not mean you will hit 4.0ghz, but its a step in the right direction in trying.
Edited by Chuckclc - 5/7/11 at 11:25am
post #6 of 11
Thread Starter 
I have 4 sticks of this and got those because it was on sale

http://www.corsair.com/cmx8gx3m2a1333c9.html

I also have the http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835181010
and I run between 30c and 42 running games
post #7 of 11
Well all i can say is start over with your ram at stock speeds and voltage, and maybe reduce it down to 8gig for now. I have the same mobo you have on my 955be rig. @3.9

cpu voltage @1.46
cpu/nb voltage @ 1.275/2800 speed
cpu vdda @2.5 volts
ht @ 1.2 volts
nb volts @1.8
sb volts @1.1
ram stock at 8-8-8-24-1t/1600-1.65v
Both load line calibration on enabled
both spred spectrum disabled

cpu multiplyer at 19.5
fsb at 200

ht speed 2000

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post #8 of 11
Set them to run at 1333 CL9, 1066 CL8 is high timings for such low speed and crippled
post #9 of 11
Oh so all your RAM IS the same speed, but they are running at different speeds? Yeah you should manualy set the speed to 1333mhz and then get the timings down some. You should be able to do 8-8-8-24 at least I would think. Nevermind that, just get all the RAM to stock setting first.
Edited by Chuckclc - 5/7/11 at 11:57am
post #10 of 11
Quote:
Originally Posted by Johnnythesaw View Post
I have 4 sticks of this and got those because it was on sale

http://www.corsair.com/cmx8gx3m2a1333c9.html

I also have the http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835181010
and I run between 30c and 42 running games
Set then to 9-9-9-24 1333 via bios. Then just use ur multiplier to raise ur CPU speed
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