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post #2321 of 6655
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Originally Posted by Sin0822 View Post

Just set your memoery to 1.65v you ownt hurt it, back when that kit was released 1.5v was a low voltage kit! lol Lower the vtt and IMC down to like 1.15 and 1.145.

Thanks, for the info. Appreciate it!
Tried XMP profile, 1.65v, Vtt and IMC @ 1.15 / 1.145 and got a BSOD after about a minute.

Currently trying the same as above but with vtt/imc back up at 1.2 / 1.195 like your earlier suggestion but with the higher DRAM voltage. Otherwise i'm just gonna try take this ram back and get corsair vengence. tongue.gif
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Currently trying the same as above but with vtt/imc back up at 1.2 / 1.195 like your earlier suggestion but with the higher DRAM voltage.

Error after 41minutes. Gonna try talk to the guys at the store again. See if they will let me get different ram. Ah well.
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post #2323 of 6655
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listen don't even bother trying to figure it out, return the memory and get a new set. Also try not to match two 8GB sets, just try to get a 16GB set. There is a QVL(qualified vendor list) of modules that are tested and work perfect: http://www.gigabyte.us/products/product-page.aspx?pid=4139#memory%20support%20list

you can go off that.

I use kingston kits, one is hyperX 2133MHz cas 11 16B kit, it works perfectly, even with sandy bridge wink.gif It is teh one I used for my reviews, might want to look into that, there is also a cas9 1600mhz version and it is pretty cheap.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820104169
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I wanted 16gb made up of 2x8gb sticks so that i could upgrade to 32gb of ram at some stage by just getting another 16gb.. do you not recommend doing that?

I'll have to see what the store has that's on that list and is also low profile (i have the noctua d14).

This is the store i got all my parts from, would this ram be okay?

http://www.computerlounge.co.nz/components/componentview.asp?partid=15636

They only have cheap kingston stuff listed.
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is the mushkin you had 2x8GB?

yea the thing is kingston is very good quality memory, in many cases better than the others, the reason i suggest them is because as a failsafe they will work better.

I don't have experience with the 8GB modules, they are pretty new, but I don't think your Sandy Bridge will easily handle 32GB of memory.

BTW when you ran memtest did you run in DOS? Also SuperPI 32M is a pretty good memory tester, you might also want to give it a shot.
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post #2326 of 6655
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Okay here is the deal, forget all of those things you listed as solutions. At this point and time the most recent BIOSes would have already implemented fixes for all of them, that is why you don't see people complain about it anymore. The only people I have been seeing with BSODs like yours are all doing 1 thing, all of them have some PCI device like a sound card, a sound production card or something loaded in and it causes these issues. Or your memory is bad, try run DOS memtest.

Well I wasn't running in to BSODs, I was running in to hard freezes, where literally everything just stops, including the sound. I've not done a memtest yet, but I'll do one soon. The only devices that I have plugged in are a graphics card and a wireless network card (which is kind of old I admit, circa 2005 ish?). If it makes any difference, I'm using the optical sound out. Thanks for the reply.
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unplug that card see if you still get the same thing.
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Thought id give F9d a proper go. This time i disabled IGPU (so no Lucid MVP) managed 5GHz 50 x 100. 16GB Samsung green left at 1866 9 9 9 27 1T 1.4V. (Turbo memory and Extreme settings work)

LLC set to extreme had to bump up voltage aswell pullin around 1.534v when stressed. OCCT passed 1 hr test. Done 1 hr of gaming no probs.

Mobo is superb exceeding my expectations now, Only the 1 issue for me still. (sometime when i start it ON's n OFF's 4 times before booting fine retaining the overclock.

Id give the UD5 11/10 if this issue gets sorted. Come on GB:thumb:
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any recommendations for nice, cheap,digital multimeter guys ??
    
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Radioshack $20. digital is not necessary. analog works just as good
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