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I see you're using 16GB RAM. Maybe you need to up VCCIO? Mine defaults to 1.050 Volts. Try 1.150 or something.. Safe up to 1.200v as far as I know.
I mean come on ASUS, shouldn't this thing just run at stock without crashing no matter what? I mean I hear you Turrican, but even if this would help, does ASUS expect every customer to have to perform tweaking for weeks to get it working right?
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I mean come on ASUS, shouldn't this thing just run at stock without crashing no matter what? I mean I hear you Turrican, but even if this would help, does ASUS expect every customer to have to perform tweaking for weeks to get it working right?
Have you gone back to defaults in your BIOS (by pressing F5, save and restart)? This should get you back to square one. If you're still crashing, reset CMOS, and reset BIOS to defaults again. If you're still crashing, there's got to be a hardware problem.
post #4033 of 9343
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I mean come on ASUS, shouldn't this thing just run at stock without crashing no matter what? I mean I hear you Turrican, but even if this would help, does ASUS expect every customer to have to perform tweaking for weeks to get it working right?
Well, I agree. But are those mem sticks in you're mobo's QVL? (Qualified Vendors List). If so, are they listed as 16GB (4 sticks)?

Was just a suggestion. I find it strange that your system passed 12 hours Blend if RAM was unstable. However, I don't know how it would react if it needed more VCCIO
    
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Well, I agree. But are those mem sticks in you're mobo's QVL? (Qualified Vendors List). If so, are they listed as 16GB (4 sticks)?

Was just a suggestion. I find it strange that your system passed 12 hours Blend if RAM was unstable. However, I don't know how it would react if it needed more VCCIO
GRRRR! I was JUST looking at the QVL for his ram model number! Fact is, the exact model number F3-12800CL9D-8GBRL is nowhere in the QVL (unless I overlooked it). Here's a copy of the QVL.
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Yep, those sticks are on the QVL in the manual. Oh I know turrican, I wasn't griping at you. Just at the situation I'm in. Sorry if you took it that way.

I'm totally frustrated.

Arimis, I just updated the bios to 0706 last night and all the settings I had were gone, so i'm guessing it put it back to defaults during that, so I left it. That's when I discovered I still had the TPU on as it was still Overclocking. AFter disabling this, I am now maxing out at the stock 3600 on load.

As I said, I'll let it run for several days and if it BSODs again, the mb is going back.

I'm willing to even buy different RAM if you guys have recommendation, as long as it doesn't have large heatsinks as the ripjaws I have BARELY fit under the giant noctua cooler.
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I has that board! More OC options than anyone would ever really need. Make sure to update the BIOS when you get it (i'd do each update incrementally). You can find plenty of awesome help on this thread. The only other Asus boards I would go with over this would be the RoG boards, but they weren't in my price range at the time. Are you planning on SLI/Xfire?
Im not really planning on sli at all, but who knows what i might do down the road.

Appreciate the advice!
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I'm totally weirded out now. I could have SWORE I read the RAM on the QVL before I bought it. I always do my research. I remember doing as you did Arimis and not seeing it online, so I then went back to the manually, spotted it and said ok, just a screw up I guess.

But now that you're pointing it out again, I'm not finding it. I mean what?! Am I going crazy?
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Yep, those sticks are on the QVL in the manual. Oh I know turrican, I wasn't griping at you. Just at the situation I'm in. Sorry if you took it that way.

I'm totally frustrated.

Arimis, I just updated the bios to 0706 last night and all the settings I had were gone, so i'm guessing it put it back to defaults during that, so I left it. That's when I discovered I still had the TPU on as it was still Overclocking. AFter disabling this, I am now maxing out at the stock 3600 on load.

As I said, I'll let it run for several days and if it BSODs again, the mb is going back.

I'm willing to even buy different RAM if you guys have recommendation, as long as it doesn't have large heatsinks as the ripjaws I have BARELY fit under the giant noctua cooler.

I see F3-12800CL8D-8GBECO in the QVL, but not F3-12800CL9D-8GBRL (which is what you have). It Looks like you have the Ripjaws, but the QVL states ECO series.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231314
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231404

I'm not saying your ram isn't supported. You'd have to ask Asus directly. I'm just saying, like Turrican9, this could be a problem.
Edited by Arimis5226 - 10/5/11 at 8:32am
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I see F3-12800CL8D-8GBECO in the QVL, but not F3-12800CL9D-8GBRL (which is what you have). ILooks like you have the Ripjaws, but the QVL states ECO series.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231314
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231404

I'm not saying your ram isn't supported. You'd have to ask Asus directly. I'm just saying, like Turrican9, this could be a problem.
Well I never like to push anything, and if it isn't on the list, I wouldn't have ordered it. Gosh DArnnit!

I remember some guy somewhere saying he had these and they fit under the noctua cooler that I was ordering, so then I looked on the list, saw them, then ordered. So if they aren't on that list, that DEFINITELY could be the issue.

SOOOO my next question....what RAM are you guys using? LOL
And is it low profile enough to fit under my cooler? I'll order some today as soon as I settle on which ones to get.
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Oh I see what I did now.

On the g.skill website, THEY are saying it's on the QVL:

http://www.gskill.com/products.php?index=222

But ASUS isn't, weird.
Edited by james_k_p - 10/5/11 at 8:41am
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