Seems to be working a whole lot better know. Does this mean I am getting closer to the correct settings? I found this page:
8GB (4GB x2)
SpeedDDR3-2133 (PC3 17000)
Test Voltage1.65 Volts
Height40 mm / 1.58 inch
In my settings, I changed one of the settings to 2N, I Believe
it was set to 1N. I'm not sure how big a deal this would make. My VTT is a hair over 1.2V. I'm not sure whether I should bump it up or not though. Everyone else seems to be claiming that 1.15 is all they needed. If I bump it up a bit more, and it works, is it safe? What I'm asking, if the VTT is over 1.2V, will it take away from the life of my system drastically?
NOTE: EVERYTIME PRIME95 FAILS, IT FAILS ON CORE4 FIRST (AND RIGHT NOW, ONLY) ACCORDING TO CORETEMP.
Does this mean anything?Edited by LinuxHack3r - 5/26/11 at 4:11pm