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Well to how many volt should I have to take the VTT?

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If QPI VTT is the same as VCCIO the Intel max is 1.0875, but everyone I have seen, myself included, have it at 1.15 for 2133. If system agent (VCCSA) and I/O (VCCIO) are tied on Asrock I am not sure I would bump it much if at all.

edit- I think that the SA stock voltage is supposed to be 0.975 and IO is supposed to be 1.05 on all p67 board. Hopefully that could help you figure that out.
Edited by dave12 - 5/26/11 at 11:56am
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Well I have had the VTT at and above 1.15v. Tonight I shall take steps to troubleshoot my sticks individually.

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Seems to be working a whole lot better know. Does this mean I am getting closer to the correct settings? I found this page:

http://www.gskill.com/products.php?index=370

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SystemDesktop
System TypeDDR3
M/B Chipset
Intel Z68
Intel P67
CAS Latency9-11-9-28-2N
Capacity
8GB (4GB x2)
SpeedDDR3-2133 (PC3 17000)
Test Voltage1.65 Volts
Height40 mm / 1.58 inch
Registered/UnbufferedUnbuffered
Error CheckingNon-ECC
Type240-pin DIMM
WarrantyLifetime
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?
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Seems to be working a whole lot better know. Does this mean I am getting closer to the correct settings? I found this page:

http://www.gskill.com/products.php?index=370



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?
I don't think any kits can run those speeds as 1T. I could be mistaken but I have never seen that.
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1t/2t = 1n/2n?
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1t/2t = 1n/2n?
Yes. Sorry. 8 names for one damn setting.
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