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post #411 of 6491
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As for my low clock speed, it's the same reason as Captain, I found that the offset wasn't scaling at a bclk higher than 100 and I'm pretty sure the strap is tied to the bclk on my board.

Yea Offset don't work with anything over 100MHz. My board won't even post if I set a offset using a strap over 100MHz BCLK. I read someplace that SB-E chips don't send SVID commands over 100MHz strap.
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post #412 of 6491
What offset are you guys talking about? What mobo are you using that wont post with a 125 bclk? I thought i read that ur using a sabertooth, if so im using a sabertooth and a 125 bclk so im curious.
post #413 of 6491
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What offset are you guys talking about? What mobo are you using that wont post with a 125 bclk? I thought i read that ur using a sabertooth, if so im using a sabertooth and a 125 bclk so im curious.

Board is in my Sig. (RIVE) And I didn't say the board won't boot with 125 it just won't boot with 125 and Offset voltage enabled. Only Manual or Auto volts work when the strap is over 100 wink.gif
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post #414 of 6491
Ok after about 2 weeks stable at 4.625 I started getting BSD's all over the place, including running off CD so I assumed it had to be hardware.

I used memtest86+ and as of now its detected 1952 errors worriedsmiley.gif (and its not even done... 1967...)

This is the memory I used...

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231497

I was using 125 blk, 37 multiplier, and 1.38v.

I never touched the memory settings.

So did my OC fry my memory, is it something else? I'm pretty new and clueless at identifying these issues.
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post #415 of 6491
Sounds like u may have fryed your ram, if you left all your memory setting in auto it may have bumped up your memory voltage/mhz fiddled with your timing. Manually select your ram settings, your timing should be 9-9-9-24 voltage 1.5 and select a speed thats close to or under the stock ram frequency (1600mhz) i have same ram as you and im running it at 1666
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i have same ram as you and im running it at 1666

Same here, except I didn't enter it manually, just used the xmp profile and picked 1666 for use with the 125 strap. But yeah, it sounds like a stick might have bit the dust. Try running them one at a time to find the bad one. Hopefully its one or two and not all. Good luck.
 
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post #417 of 6491
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Same here, except I didn't enter it manually, just used the xmp profile and picked 1666 for use with the 125 strap. But yeah, it sounds like a stick might have bit the dust. Try running them one at a time to find the bad one. Hopefully its one or two and not all. Good luck.

Can you run a single stick with quad channel ram? (4352 errors btw)
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post #418 of 6491
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Can you run a single stick with quad channel ram?

Yup. Try doing a search for ram testing. I'm sure there is a tutorial running around here somewhere.
 
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post #419 of 6491
lol "quad channel" the manufacturers call it that because they give you enough to populate 4 dimm slots, anyway yes you can just pop a stick in any slot and run it then run memtest, no errors= add another run memtest and do this until you find you get errors. If the first one has errors replace with another stick....anyway process of elimination, hope u didnt fry them all good luck
post #420 of 6491
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lol "quad channel" the manufacturers call it that because they give you enough to populate 4 dimm slots, anyway yes you can just pop a stick in any slot and run it then run memtest, no errors= add another run memtest and do this until you find you get errors. If the first one has errors replace with another stick....anyway process of elimination, hope u didnt fry them all good luck

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