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post #8931 of 9601
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Yes but when we refer to BIOS we are not talking about the auto OC features.

I know I just tried it to compare it to MIGhunter's vcore. He must've gotten lucky with his chip. It's possible with a manual offset and some trial and error he could get it even lower.
    
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Guys, i am using i5 3570K + asrock Extreme 4 Z77 for 3 years already. Been using it with 4 x 4gb samsung low voltage ram at 2000mhz speed and cpu OC at stock voltage 4.2ghz .. recently will have 4 beeps during boot up and just 4beeps loop again. i clean the ram contact and it boot ok but few days later the 4 beeps loops appear again...

Then i got the corsair 8gb x2 2400mhz ram and into my system... still oc at 4.2 or even at 4ghz the pc will boot up with 4 beeps then reboot ok again. better then before... however if i remove the OC to stock the pc boot up ok wo 4 beeps...

The ATU show ddr ram voltage auto at 1.665v is it too high? i set it to XMP 1.2.. the 4 beeps issue been bother me quite alot... unless i remove the CPU OC. Someone pls help//
post #8933 of 9601
I think those MB's only support up to 1.5 volts on the memory. My main rig has 4x4GB memory sticks of Mushkin 2133 and I reset the bios and I'm running at 1333 for now...

My main rig is an ASRock Extreme4.
    
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post #8934 of 9601
The exreme4 is plenty capable of VDIMM of over 1.5V, and many overclocked DDR3 kits come with 1.65 as the XMP voltage. nakedtoes, I am not 100% convinced it is the RAM causing the issues. If the issue goes away when running stock CPU V and MHz it may well be the CPU giving up the gusto.

Do you get a code on the DRMOS?
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The exreme4 is plenty capable of VDIMM of over 1.5V, and many overclocked DDR3 kits come with 1.65 as the XMP voltage. nakedtoes, I am not 100% convinced it is the RAM causing the issues. If the issue goes away when running stock CPU V and MHz it may well be the CPU giving up the gusto.

Do you get a code on the DRMOS?

U mean the error code on the mobo? i didnt open out my case when on my pc.. i got kids running ard and do not want them to poke their fingers inside. At DDR Voltage auto at 1.665v will the ram spoil fast?

the pc work flawlessly in OC 4ghz or 4.2ghz just that first boot got 4 beeps.redface.gif
post #8936 of 9601
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The exreme4 is plenty capable of VDIMM of over 1.5V, and many overclocked DDR3 kits come with 1.65 as the XMP voltage. nakedtoes, I am not 100% convinced it is the RAM causing the issues. If the issue goes away when running stock CPU V and MHz it may well be the CPU giving up the gusto.

Do you get a code on the DRMOS?

U mean the error code on the mobo? i didnt open out my case when on my pc.. i got kids running ard and do not want them to poke their fingers inside. At DDR Voltage auto at 1.665v will the ram spoil fast?

the pc work flawlessly in OC 4ghz or 4.2ghz just that first boot got 4 beeps.redface.gif

1.665 is not scary. by chance is your CPU fan header empty?
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cpu fan is running 1700rpm
post #8938 of 9601
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cpu fan is running 1700rpm

plugged into the CPU header and not the ext1 or ext2 headers right?
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post #8939 of 9601
Manually set the RAM timings - why run it at vRAM:1.665v? RAM OC gives very little returns and is another point of failure!
post #8940 of 9601
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Manually set the RAM timings - why run it at vRAM:1.665v? RAM OC gives very little returns and is another point of failure!

so dun use XMP profile? now i using xmp profile and even a slight OC to 3.8ghz will have 4 beeps... I got the 2400mhz ram cause it is same price as the 1600mhz...
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