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I have a quick nooby question about my motherboard. Which slots would I be best putting the memory into? A1 and B1 (both black) or A1 and A2?

You should have the memory in A2 & B2. This will ensure the memory is running at dual channel. If you put it in the other slots, it won't be at dual channel.

Edit...Oppss, didn't see the above post. Same answer....wink.gif
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You should have the memory in A2 & B2. This will ensure the memory is running at dual channel. If you put it in the other slots, it won't be at dual channel.
Edit...Oppss, didn't see the above post. Same answer....wink.gif

That's incorrect, it's dual channel either way A1 & B1 OR A2 & B2.

ASUS recommends A2 & B2 for compatibility
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You should have the memory in A2 & B2. This will ensure the memory is running at dual channel. If you put it in the other slots, it won't be at dual channel.
Edit...Oppss, didn't see the above post. Same answer....wink.gif

That's incorrect, it's dual channel either way A1 & B1 OR A2 & B2.

ASUS recommends A2 & B2 for compatibility

That is true.

ASUS also recommends A2/B2 because with some large CPU coolers the A1 DIMM may be blocked.
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Okay I have read all of the guides posted up here, especially interesting to me are the C3/C6, but thats another matter. I have enabled the following:

P8Z68 V- Pro with 2x4gb DDR3 1600mmhz at 1.25v (low voltage sniper)

blck: 100
multi: 48
vcore: 1.4v-425v
(when using offset, I use +.05 for the same load vcore)
LLC: Ultra high (testing with "high" for offset voltage idle crash fix)
PLL overvoltage on
PLL 1.6-1.8v (tried them all)
VCCIO: 1.1v

EMU disabled.
C3/C6(Tried disabled with offset, enabled with manual vcore)
CIE, speedstep, spread spectrum, on.
CPU to 140%
Phase and duty: extreme
VRM: manual - 350

Getting crashes 3 hours into Prime 95 blend(standard). Also getting crashes in 3dmark vantage between GPU and CPU tests. Temps are good, vcore matches in cpu-z what I have in bios.

I have wiggled the PLL from 1.6-1.8v to no avail. I have reduced ram to 1333mhz to no avail. I have tried VCCIO set to 1.1v. I have tried disabling C3/C6 (and using offset instead of manual vcore) to no avail. What am I missing?

Also got an idle crash. So I went in and reduced LLC to high and bumped the offset by .02. testing idle now.
Edited by d3v0 - 2/4/12 at 12:38pm
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Have u tried increasing ram voltage. Sometimes it helps stability.
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how high can I go with a set of 1.25v ram? up to 1.6?
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Okay I have read all of the guides posted up here, especially interesting to me are the C3/C6, but thats another matter. I have enabled the following:
P8Z68 V- Pro with 2x4gb DDR3 1600mmhz at 1.25v (low voltage sniper)
blck: 100
multi: 48
vcore: 1.4v-425v
(when using offset, I use +.05 for the same load vcore)
LLC: Ultra high (testing with "high" for offset voltage idle crash fix)
PLL overvoltage on
PLL 1.6-1.8v (tried them all)
VCCIO: 1.1v
EMU disabled.
C3/C6(Tried disabled with offset, enabled with manual vcore)
CIE, speedstep, spread spectrum, on.
CPU to 140%
Phase and duty: extreme
VRM: manual - 350
Getting crashes 3 hours into Prime 95 blend(standard). No matter what. Temps are good, vcore matches in cpu-z what I have in bios.
I have wiggled the PLL from 1.6-1.8v to no avail. I have reduced ram to 1333mhz to no avail. I have tried VCCIO set to 1.1v. I have tried disabling C3/C6 (and using offset instead of manual vcore) to no avail. What am I missing?
Also got an idle crash. So I went in and reduced LLC to high and bumped the offset by .02. testing idle now.

Try starting with a run with fewer manual settings, without messing with PLL, VCCIO, C3/C6, or CPU Current Capability, like Juan_Jose recommends here:
http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1578110

Try at a 45 multi and work your way up, this eliminate variables before messing with the finer tweaks.
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I should have mentioned it starting out that I started at 4.3ghz and worked my way up from there, following the guide and starting to edit settings manually as I failed to get stability on at 1.3v past 4.5ghz. Thats how I ended up where I am. This chip has been stable at 4.8 before in another rig. Hoping to get there again!
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1.6 probably not.
No just add a little bit (smallest possible)
I found that my 2500k is more stable with a bit raised voltage .. I have 1.5v sticks
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okay. I have tried at 1.5 and it didnt help. Ill back down to 1.35v and see whats up.

otherwise, I will have to start all over again. Crashing at after rock solid stable for 3 hours (browsing, watching HD movies, etc while running prime 95 blend for three hours, i go to switch a tab and bang, 0x124. so random. I have decided to enabled C3/C6 (I have a 520mb/s read SSD) and just use manual vcore. Running 1.43v now. Temps are fine in a well-ventilated case. I just want the random bsods to go away! (and join the stable sandy club)
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