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post #1591 of 6497
someone had told me that sniper series was generic ram modules....was just trying to get more info
post #1592 of 6497
i got 2 of these http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231519

and i am running http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820226272 right now

i just didnt want to quad channel to effect its performance a lot
post #1593 of 6497
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i got 2 of these http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231519
and i am running http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820226272 right now
i just didnt want to quad channel to effect its performance a lot

look if you put your 2 lots of 2 sticks all in the red slots it will be quad channel, if your motherboard had 4 red and 4 black putting 2 in red and 2 in black will be 2 lots of dual channel, your motherboad only has 4 red slots so you will either have quad channel or quad channel regardless if you bought 4 lots of single sticks, a set of 3 and a single stick or 2 lots of 2, its quad
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look if you put your 2 lots of 2 sticks all in the red slots it will be quad channel, if your motherboard had 4 red and 4 black putting 2 in red and 2 in black will be 2 lots of dual channel, your motherboad only has 4 red slots so you will either have quad channel or quad channel regardless if you bought 4 lots of single sticks, a set of 3 and a single stick or 2 lots of 2, its quad

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Thanks, hopefully it will put that to rest, and maybe get me to 15 wink.gif
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thanks for all the help
post #1597 of 6497
Hey I have problem with my CPU. Currently using 4750Mhz using 1.41V until recently. Now during Far cry 3 I had bluescreen with CPU error, so I had to change it to 1.42V, but whay I always after some time have to add up voltages, it is for the second time...

Also I tried to reset CMOS and cpu just doesnt want to take it to the default I have 4625hz, 123Mhz as a default setting (numbers set up by it self) and so on... it doesnt make any sense...
Also I want speedstep to be on (want using offset) and also doesnt work... still full frequency... It used to be ok about couple months ago, when I was testing...

I have the newest Bios....
post #1598 of 6497
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Hey I have problem with my CPU. Currently using 4750Mhz using 1.41V until recently. Now during Far cry 3 I had bluescreen with CPU error, so I had to change it to 1.42V, but whay I always after some time have to add up voltages, it is for the second time...
Also I tried to reset CMOS and cpu just doesnt want to take it to the default I have 4625hz, 123Mhz as a default setting (numbers set up by it self) and so on... it doesnt make any sense...
Also I want speedstep to be on (want using offset) and also doesnt work... still full frequency... It used to be ok about couple months ago, when I was testing...
I have the newest Bios....

did you ever fully stress it at 1.41v using prime95 for 24 hours or more? ive had perfectly stable overclocks in games but rendering a video will cause a crash, its how it uses the cpu with your memory. That's why prime95 is a great tool and lets you test both memory and cpu.
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did you ever fully stress it at 1.41v using prime95 for 24 hours or more? ive had perfectly stable overclocks in games but rendering a video will cause a crash, its how it uses the cpu with your memory. That's why prime95 is a great tool and lets you test both memory and cpu.

agreed.....i thought i had a stable overclock.....it was even prime stable....but i started folding on a linux VMware box and mining Bitcoins on my gpu, and i had to bump up my v core just a bit as well
post #1600 of 6497
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Originally Posted by Rbby258 View Post

did you ever fully stress it at 1.41v using prime95 for 24 hours or more? ive had perfectly stable overclocks in games but rendering a video will cause a crash, its how it uses the cpu with your memory. That's why prime95 is a great tool and lets you test both memory and cpu.

24hours? hell no smile.gif I jsut use always Intel burn test with memory stress, always tells me if cpus is stable. But dont know why the same voltages past couple months ago and now not anymore...
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