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ok, so im running the crosshair V, and the bios have the option to run your memory at factory standards by showing a profile option, i ran it for a while like this but started getting an error (BSD) to resolve this, i put tit back on the automatic settings... hoping it would fix.. so far its ok, running prime and stress tests of the like.. but when i log into windows and my Asus AI suite starts... it says my memory is at 1.9v and gives me a warning, but every other tool (cpuz etc) says its not.... this is oddddddd
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What speed are your ram?
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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820220331 these are the same as what im using, mind you they are different colors.. and the model was different but the stock numbers are identical. my heat fins are silver
post #4 of 13
Ok. Your cpu is a C2 and C2 cpu has problem running 1600. So you may or may be able to running them at 1600. You may need to bump up your CPU-NB voltage to get it stable. If Patriot says 2.0v to run them, so you need 2.0v to get 1600.
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well, my ram said 1.9 and it was running stable at that for a while, but i am getting ahead of myself and trying to OC everything at once. i figured the problem, my motherboard had the ram running at profile. and it said 1600 1.9v 7-7-7-20 blah blah.. so i set everythign back to auto and had to MANUALLY reduce the voltage to 1.4 and everything is stable now... this was giving me a GPU error, making my display adapter stop responding, and giving me a BSD... so i had to fix it as it was gettign annoying, so far so good, im getting brand new ram on friday. and ill go from there, ill jsut do small overclocks and tweak everything as is. thanks for the help =D
post #6 of 13
1.9V is fine on the AMD IMCs actually. C2 can run 1600Mhz rated RAM with 2 DIMMs, just 4 DIMMs is a no-no. Setting to auto is not running at optimized timings just so you know, you likely now are running at 11-11-11 or something else ridiculous.
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when i had it 1.9v and 7-7-7-20 2T (the specs on the memory) it would bluescreen to all hell and back, thats with GPUs and CPU at stock so there was no confusion as to whats bluescreening. so im not sure why, i ram memtest on each stick individually and there were no errors.... so now i must figure out where to go from here
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Memtest will not stress the memory sticks. I would bump up the cpu-nb voltage a little and put 2.0v on the memory voltage. The cpu-nb voltage can help stable the memory out. There is a know fact that not all C2 cpu can handle 2 sticks of 1600. Phenom II 720 X3 is a C2 cpu.
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post #9 of 13
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i guess ill have to keep it at stock.. im not a fan of messing with voltages i dont know much about... ill have to talk to someone later in OCN vent. ill be on about 10pm eastern time. at work atm. the box that my memory came in (i still have it) says it runs at 1.9 volts. why would i need to make it 2.0?
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i guess ill have to keep it at stock.. im not a fan of messing with voltages i dont know much about... ill have to talk to someone later in OCN vent. ill be on about 10pm eastern time. at work atm. the box that my memory came in (i still have it) says it runs at 1.9 volts. why would i need to make it 2.0?

Sorry the link you had was for 2.0v for the memory, so I though the voltage was the same. Just try to bump the cpu-nb voltage up a little.
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