So set your DRAM Voltage to 1.5, and your DRAM Frequency to 1600 (it's currently running at 1333). I'd also go into the DRAM configuration and set the first 4 values to the ones you see in the XMP profile (i.e. 9, 9, 9 and 27 instead of Auto).
Quote:I'm not actually sure what good the 16x idle voltage will do (much more interesting would be the idle voltage with disabled SpeedStep and C-States), but the Vcore under load is absolutely mandatory. Preferably with an FFT size of 864k or 1792k, which generally produces the most amount of Vdroop and stress for the CPU.
Oh, and you should keep a good eye on that temps. 45C in the BIOS with 4100 doesn't look too promising.
Edited by spoonium - 4/27/13 at 1:53pm