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post #5661 of 6656
Hey Deepor thanks


cpu-z still shows part no as being pc3 10700 even thouh its 19200 - spd ext on cpu z sows xmp 1.3

I guess I am not that overly concerned about what cpu z is showing, as long as I know (I am now) that I was in dual channel, and my ram is running @ 1200(2400)

I guess, the change of mobo, is throwing me a bit, as I am used to sh~tasus, where when xmp was enabled it auto went to 2400 and with this you still seem to have to set it manually (the multi?)
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I don't have to set multi manually. It can be on Auto, I think (though not sure as I tweaked things manually a little). Selecting one of the XMP profiles will get all numbers out of that, including voltage and multiplier.
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I have set it to profile 1, the multi seems to be @24 but I am not sure if the voltage is 1.5 or 1.65, is there a way I can check?

EDIT:

On the timings table of cpu-z it shows, 2 xmp-2400 beside the jedecs, and they show 1.65, but none show the 10/12/12/31 - they sow 10/13/13/33 43/2T and 10/13/13/3/43/1T

makes it sound so much like some woman's particulars don't it?
Edited by fatherof3 - 6/1/13 at 10:51am
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post #5664 of 6656
If you look in the UEFI and go down into the menu where you would manually set all timings, you'll see the numbers the board gets out of the profile in a dark blue beside all the input boxes that are all saying Auto by default. Those dark blue numbers change and increase if you go up with the multiplier manually, so you need to have multiplier on Auto to see the real contents of the XMP profile. If you switch between the two XMP profiles you should see some of the numbers change a little.

DRAM voltage from the profile is mentioned just like that in a number beside the input box, I think.
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Thanks dude,

I will have a look shortly, - been too busy catching up with the isle of Mann TT thumb.gif
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Hey Guys, I need help here

I have started overclocking my i7 3770k on Z77X-UD5H but I always get rounding errors at certain point in Prime95.

I use BIOS F15q beta and my OC is at 4.5 Ghz with 1.25vcore.

Ram is low at 1600Mhz.

Can someone lead me in the right direction?
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Did you try some solid increase for VCore? Try adding +0.025 V for example, not just a single +0.005 V step. You could also try your current VCore voltage at 4.4 GHz and see if that runs stable. That's usually how it works: if something is nearly stable at a certain speed, going down one 100 MHz step will run that stable guaranteed but with room to tweak voltage downwards. Checking if IntelBurnTest (or LinX) runs fine goes fast and is enough for that. It'll run through 10 passes at default settings in under two minutes.

If that doesn't work, then you'll know you have a problem. You'll have to go at it with some sort of plan in that case, checking everything and making notes, working your way up from a point you know is absolutely stable, also trying CPU overclock and RAM speeds separately (which you already seem to do), etc.

Also, mentioning what Load Line Calibration (LLC) setting you use is important for VCore numbers. Voltage will drop a lot with the standard LLC setting. High and Turbo should be the ones keeping voltage nearly constant and high when stress tests increase load.
post #5668 of 6656
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Did you try some solid increase for VCore? Try adding +0.025 V for example, not just a single +0.005 V step. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
You could also try your current VCore voltage at 4.4 GHz and see if that runs stable. That's usually how it works: if something is nearly stable at a certain speed, going down one 100 MHz step will run that stable guaranteed but with room to tweak voltage downwards. Checking if IntelBurnTest (or LinX) runs fine goes fast and is enough for that. It'll run through 10 passes at default settings in under two minutes.

If that doesn't work, then you'll know you have a problem. You'll have to go at it with some sort of plan in that case, checking everything and making notes, working your way up from a point you know is absolutely stable, also trying CPU overclock and RAM speeds separately (which you already seem to do), etc.

Also, mentioning what Load Line Calibration (LLC) setting you use is important for VCore numbers. Voltage will drop a lot with the standard LLC setting. High and Turbo should be the ones keeping voltage nearly constant and high when stress tests increase load.

Thanks for your time and for your help.

I have tried everything until I said to myself, "hey, let's try stock". Still rounding errors in prime95.

That is where I realized something was wrong, decided to run Memtest86+ weirdsmiley.gif . Millions of errors on one stick.
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Thanks for your time and for your help.

I have tried everything until I said to myself, "hey, let's try stock". Still rounding errors in prime95.

That is where I realized something was wrong, decided to run Memtest86+ weirdsmiley.gif . Millions of errors on one stick.

I prefer bad memory to anything else, cheap enough to pick up an extra two sticks to get by so you can still use your system, and they almost always have a lifetime warranty.
post #5670 of 6656
Both of my Z77 UD5H boards have been fun, but Haswell is here and time for Z87 UD5H. The boards are for sale-no problem, as well as the 4770K.
But where, oh where is Gigabyte's listing for 1150 based motherboards? I would surely like to look at a memory compatibility list, although I guess I can go to the manufacturers sites and check.



EDIT:
I found where they are hiding the 1150 boards download sections....and I ordered my new Z87X UD5H
http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=4483#ov
Edited by mandrix - 6/3/13 at 2:39am
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