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post #3511 of 8347
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Put additional Turbo Voltage to +0.008 and take down that CPU PPL to 1.586v. You have it pretty damn high, higher than stock even. That's not necessary. See if that works thumb.gif

Also disable C3, C6 and package C state support.

I disabled C3. C6 and package C state support, put back CPU PLL to auto, offet to +0.010 and left turbo voltage to +0.004. The result was when I ran prime95 i get BSOD (blue screen) with those messages that I cant figure out what they mean:

***STOP: 0x00000050 (0xFFFFFFFF800000312BF9A, 0x00000000000000)

Help frown.gif((
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post #3512 of 8347
0x50 = RAM timings/Frequency add DDR3 voltage or add QPI/VTT

Setting up your ram timings might fix the issue, as you have everything on auto as well.
post #3513 of 8347
I find something in this forum via google 0X00000050 = Memory Timing/Freq or Uncore Multi, ram voltage

But in my OC i didn't touch my ram voltages, how come I got this BSOD? frown.gif
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post #3514 of 8347
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0x50 = RAM timings/Frequency add DDR3 voltage or add QPI/VTT

Setting up your ram timings might fix the issue, as you have everything on auto as well.
What settings should I use? frown.gif I don't want to mess with my ram voltages since I don't know anything about them
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post #3515 of 8347
I don't know what ram you have, but your XMP says 9-9-9-24 so just do that. And since you have 16gb I'm guessing it's 4x4gb? So adding more voltage might help too. Just like 1.53 or something.
post #3516 of 8347
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I don't know what ram you have, but your XMP says 9-9-9-24 so just do that. And since you have 16gb I'm guessing it's 4x4gb? So adding more voltage might help too. Just like 1.53 or something.

No i have 2x8GB RAm. Where do I have to put the value 1.53 ? are u sure about this value for my RAM ?
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post #3517 of 8347
It's the DRAM Voltage. And 9-9-9-24 should be fine
post #3518 of 8347
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It's the DRAM Voltage. And 9-9-9-24 should be fine

1. Yes but where should I set 9-9-9-24? ^^.
2. Should I leave VTT Voltage to auto?
3. DRAM Voltage should be manualy set to 1.53 instead of auto?
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post #3519 of 8347
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1. Yes but where should I set 9-9-9-24? ^^.
2. Should I leave VTT Voltage to auto?
3. DRAM Voltage should be manualy set to 1.53 instead of auto?

In your bios, set DRAM to XMP 1, or Manuoal and then you will have access to the volts and timings.

Have you posted bios screenshots to this forum yet?
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post #3520 of 8347
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In your bios, set DRAM to XMP 1, or Manuoal and then you will have access to the volts and timings.

Have you posted bios screenshots to this forum yet?
Yes, here http://www.overclock.net/t/1198504/complete-overclocking-guide-sandy-bridge-ivy-bridge-asrock-edition/3500#post_19344203
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