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post #3501 of 9343
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if you could do an template for memory for 1600 i think mine runs @1.6
i would of throught that the following from you template
DRAM Voltage: 1.5000V
VCCSA Voltage: Auto
VCCIO Voltage: 1.15625V
CPU PLL Voltage: 1.70625V
PCH Voltage: Auto
CPU Spread Spectrum: Enabled
i would need to be different settings to my mem if you know wot i mean.if so wot settings would i need to change and what to?
I'll throw in my half-of-cent since TwoCables seems to be gone! (weird I thought he was a computer always online)

But what you should do is check your ram physically (or where you bought it) and load the stock settings.

DRAM Voltage = if your ram says 1.6v, set it to 1.6v

VCCSA Voltage = Leave on auto

VCCIO Voltage = If your ram is on stock I'd recommend leaving this auto, I don't believe it effects CPU stability? I may be wrong

CPU PLL Voltage = I would leave this on auto unless you are going for a super aggressive OC (above 48x) and if you are then check this thread
out! http://www.overclock.net/14466483-post2250.html

PCH Voltage = Not sure what this does, but auto should be fine

CPU Spread Spectrum = Enabled is good for this.

Also make sure you find your Timings of your ram and go into the Ram Timings menu and adjust them properly, for some reason a lot of auto ram timings have them set super loose, EX: if you have 9-9-9 ram it might be auto at like 11-11-11 which happens to me ><

Hope this helps!
post #3502 of 9343
HI CRABBY654

am sure twocables will show up soon.
i know the memory i got is geil black dragon gaming series
pc312800 1600mhz
cl 9-9-9-28
1.6V

4X2 GIG STICKS

now i think these figures are the trimings that you are talking about?

i also include my bios screen shots to show am sure someone will pick something up

post #3503 of 9343
Ok lets go through this 1 picture at a time. I'll start off by saying I am no means a pro at these motherboards or the new UEFI but I will suggest what has worked for my rig to get it stable.

Picture 1:

EPU Power Saving Mode = Disable this, there is also probably a jumper on your motherboard to change to physically disable it.

Picture 2:

C1E = Enabled (not auto)
C3 = Auto
C6 = Auto

Picture 4:

CPU Voltage = Manual Mode (if you are OCing your CPU and are sure what the stable VCore is then I would set this to manual and manually set the VCore, it should still fluctuate with the C states and speedstep enabled)

CPU Spread Spectrum = Enabled

Overall the timings look to be good if that is what the stock suggests. But I would follow Munaim1's guide to totally tho http://www.overclock.net/14466483-post2250.html
post #3504 of 9343
I can join ur club nao? I'm new to the site, and have a P8Z68-V Pro MoBo.
post #3505 of 9343
I've got an Asus P8P67 Deluxe.. Can I join?
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stable OC my 2500K to 4.5..next target is 4.7..hope i can reach this with this procs..i have some Q, is it safe to boot up at 1.5V vcore..??
i think generally we would want to be below 1.5v. additional comment, looking at your picture, the temps seem to be too high, you are hitting 80c, 4.5 ghz @ 1.384v you may want to try to push the temps down.
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I've got a question involving the ASUS P8P67 Deluxe and some Vengeance RAM... I really hope you can help me
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@Kastrup just post your issue and im sure someone will answer right away
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i think generally we would want to be below 1.5v. additional comment, looking at your picture, the temps seem to be too high, you are hitting 80c, 4.5 ghz @ 1.384v you may want to try to push the temps down.
i aware of my temp also one think i noted, the core 0 is much much lower compared to core 1,2,3..i want to resit and repaste later..then compare and run prime again..if i can get all core run with the temp of core 0..then i still get some headroom to OC..
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post #3510 of 9343
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I've got a question involving the ASUS P8P67 Deluxe and some Vengeance RAM... I really hope you can help me
IT MIGHT BE BEST TO ASK THE QUESTION FIRST
on wot you need to know and that way you might get replies quicker
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