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post #2011 of 2062
It boots but my monitor goes into power save mode and then it reboots back to bios
post #2012 of 2062
I can get 2 sticks to 2400mhz with 10,11,10,30 timings, but with all 4 sticks installed 1960mhz with 9,9,9,28 timings is the best they will do.

Guess my IMC is limiting it...

Any ideas?
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post #2013 of 2062
i got 1270 ish with em at 10-12-11-31 t2 (mobo preset raw mhz profile) and they destroyed every other stick i have gotten on super pi including 2500 mhz 9-11-11-31 1T G. Skill
post #2014 of 2062
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It boots but my monitor goes into power save mode and then it reboots back to bios

My Asrock Z77 board won't allow booting with 2133mhz, no matter how loose of a setting I try. It's a big issue for some who are using a 3570K/3770K with an Asrock Z77 board. I used to have a Asrock P67 + 2550K (no-iGPU) and I could easily do 5Ghz on that chip with the same RAM, I could go up to 2200~2300Mhz.

I suggest going down to 1833MHz and trying to get CAS8 timings. I was able to do 2000Mhz with 8-10-9-28-1T-96 timings using 1.575V RAM voltage and 1.9 VTT voltage (VTT has to be within 0.5V of RAM).
post #2015 of 2062
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My Asrock Z77 board won't allow booting with 2133mhz, no matter how loose of a setting I try. It's a big issue for some who are using a 3570K/3770K with an Asrock Z77 board. I used to have a Asrock P67 + 2550K (no-iGPU) and I could easily do 5Ghz on that chip with the same RAM, I could go up to 2200~2300Mhz.

I suggest going down to 1833MHz and trying to get CAS8 timings. I was able to do 2000Mhz with 8-10-9-28-1T-96 timings using 1.575V RAM voltage and 1.9 VTT voltage (VTT has to be within 0.5V of RAM).

Well I managed 1866 9-9-9-30 and 1tCr at 1.4v. Couldn't get 8's anywhere along that. It would get close to making it into windows before it would BSoD.
post #2016 of 2062
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My Asrock Z77 board won't allow booting with 2133mhz, no matter how loose of a setting I try. It's a big issue for some who are using a 3570K/3770K with an Asrock Z77 board. I used to have a Asrock P67 + 2550K (no-iGPU) and I could easily do 5Ghz on that chip with the same RAM, I could go up to 2200~2300Mhz.

I suggest going down to 1833MHz and trying to get CAS8 timings. I was able to do 2000Mhz with 8-10-9-28-1T-96 timings using 1.575V RAM voltage and 1.9 VTT voltage (VTT has to be within 0.5V of RAM).

Well I managed 1866 9-9-9-30 and 1tCr at 1.4v. Couldn't get 8's anywhere along that. It would get close to making it into windows before it would BSoD.

MOST of these samsung sticks can do basically the same overclock over and over and over so you may want to follow the outlines timings to a T. Set EVERTHING to auto, only change what were told these last few posts.

Numbers liek this one in bold: 10-12-11-31-2T can make or break your OC and dont matter much for performance.

However when I purchased my kits ( quite a few ) I found a stick here and there that just... wouldn't.
post #2017 of 2062
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MOST of these samsung sticks can do basically the same overclock over and over and over so you may want to follow the outlines timings to a T. Set EVERTHING to auto, only change what were told these last few posts.

Numbers liek this one in bold: 10-12-11-31-2T can make or break your OC and dont matter much for performance.

However when I purchased my kits ( quite a few ) I found a stick here and there that just... wouldn't.

Thanks! I may just root around this thread for timings and see if I can 't just find one that works!
post #2018 of 2062
Secondary timings are more important than CAS timings themselves
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post #2019 of 2062
Can you get a bsod from too much voltage?
post #2020 of 2062
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Can you get a bsod from too much voltage?

Yes you can, actually. Some ICs or PCBs get unstable if you raise the volts too high.

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