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After updating my bios from 0501 to the new 0801 i did get better overclock results on my i7 2600k ( lower voltages ) like 4.8 ghz @ 1.328 and 5.04ghz @ 1.416 . My 4.8 settings..

My CPU Settings are:
Load Line: Auto
Power Phase : Extreme
CPU Capability: 110% for 4.6~4.7 and 120% for 4.8
CPU Voltage Mode: atm AUTO on OFFSET. I WILL SET MANUAL TO 1.35 ( for 4.8 )
Spread Spectrum: ON
VRM Frequency: I left it on default ( 300 ) since i don't have problems with it. If needed be i will set it to 350.
EPU: is left on default and profile maximum performance
**WARNING** Above settings are from bios not ai suite . I prefer bios OC.

My problems so far are my memory dimms. I used to be able to oc them to 2197 or 2300++ now i can't boot and get OC fail if i go above my standard XMP profile of 1921(standard 1866 for blk 100, since my blk is 103.0 by default and it's x7 multiplier ).
If i select 2197 ( standard 2133 for the blk 100 ) i can't boot anymore and i have my memory debug led on.


Any advice on my CPU and RAM Oc would be much apreciated . I can't figure it out why my ram won't oc anymore to 2197. It was at 1.56-1.57 voltage at that frequency so it was well under the danger-zone 1.6-1.65.


***FIXED***


I disabled CPLL over-voltage. I also went to AI Overclock tuner and set it on auto from manual wich set my blk to 100.33 so i can have a normal multiplier ( x44 = 4414mhz before x43 = 4435 ) and i set my memory to 1866 it's xmp and now it's properly displayed. Wish ASUS would fix their stuff ! I can't use cpll overvoltage without getting a cold boot since i updated from 0501 to 0801.


Edited by TerrabyteX - 10/28/11 at 2:43pm
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Try to loosen your timings and/or give it more voltage,? There are a number of things that could work.
     
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For the RAM ? They are at XMP profile and should work fine there at least but when i start my pc sometimes it shuts down then starts back up again and i go into bios and sometimes it shows only 4 gigs of ram. This is strange
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For the RAM ? They are at XMP profile and should work fine there at least but when i start my pc sometimes it shuts down then starts back up again and i go into bios and sometimes it shows only 4 gigs of ram. This is strange
Is it Windows 32 bit? If not try running Memtest to see if your RAM is bad.
     
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running windows 7 ultimate x64. I will run a mem86+ when i go home. Before i left it crashed on me again with bcode 116
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running windows 7 ultimate x64. I will run a mem86+ when i go home. Before i left it crashed on me again with bcode 116
Just increase your IOH voltage and that should do it.
     
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ran a mem test no errors found. Before i increase the voltage i updated my nvidia drivers to see if that fixes it as i found out it could be either video card drivers / ram or psu bsod 116. i didnt want to updated since 280.62has shadow problems in the already problematic bf3 but hope that fixes it. I'll wait around and see. 4H at 4.4 ghz and 1600 ram and 4h at 4.8ghz and 1921 ram to see if the bsod occurs. if it does i will increase the voltage,
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ran a mem test no errors found. Before i increase the voltage i updated my nvidia drivers to see if that fixes it as i found out it could be either video card drivers / ram or psu bsod 116. i didnt want to updated since 280.62has shadow problems in the already problematic bf3 but hope that fixes it. I'll wait around and see. 4H at 4.4 ghz and 1600 ram and 4h at 4.8ghz and 1921 ram to see if the bsod occurs. if it does i will increase the voltage,
Hope it gets fixed. Cheers!
     
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Thank you + for checking back so often. Atm i am 3.5h into 4.4ghz 1600 ram and auto voltage. I will soon go into 4.6 ghz manual voltage 1.35 and ram 1921 and see if i get bsod again
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