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So just got some Corsair Dominator Platinum 1866 ram, and it seems to be giving me troubles....BSODs. Can anyone with this ram recommend me compatible BIOS settings?

I've seen quite a few people with this memory+mobo combo, so I feel like there shouldn't be any inherent compatibility issues.
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somebody here running 2400 mhz 8 gb dimms ?
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Originally Posted by Anoxy View Post

So just got some Corsair Dominator Platinum 1866 ram, and it seems to be giving me troubles....BSODs. Can anyone with this ram recommend me compatible BIOS settings?

I've seen quite a few people with this memory+mobo combo, so I feel like there shouldn't be any inherent compatibility issues.

I use CORSAIR Dominator Platinum 16GB (2 x 8GB) 1866 (CMD16GX3M2A1866C9) and to get it to read properly in the BIOS I enable X.M.P. under the Ai Overclocking Tuner section. (Otherwise it get's read as 1600). Never had any BSOD issues with it, love the memory so far.

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post #6664 of 6919
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Originally Posted by invincible20xx View Post

somebody here running 2400 mhz 8 gb dimms ?

Yup, I have 2400 MHz Trident X (2x 8GB). No problems with it. thumb.gif
post #6665 of 6919
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Originally Posted by KattzPC View Post

I use CORSAIR Dominator Platinum 16GB (2 x 8GB) 1866 (CMD16GX3M2A1866C9) and to get it to read properly in the BIOS I enable X.M.P. under the Ai Overclocking Tuner section. (Otherwise it get's read as 1600). Never had any BSOD issues with it, love the memory so far.
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Yeah that's what I set mine at as well. After a bit of research it turns out my BSODs were because my CPU vcore was too low...so it wasn't my ram after all! yay

I also changed the timings on mine to 9-9-9-24
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Originally Posted by francisw19 View Post

Yup, I have 2400 MHz Trident X (2x 8GB). No problems with it. thumb.gif

idk mine just don't like running @ 2400 it's just unstable i've tried everything including exchanging the mobo because i didn't like my past mobo had hopes it would work on the sabbertooth it could be the cpu memory controller topping out @ 2133 , right ?!
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idk mine just don't like running @ 2400 it's just unstable i've tried everything including exchanging the mobo because i didn't like my past mobo had hopes it would work on the sabbertooth it could be the cpu memory controller topping out @ 2133 , right ?!

Yeah it could be issues with the RAM controller on the CPU, but it's unlikely. The 3770K and 3570K have really good IMCs and typically run 2400 MHz without much trouble. If you want to push the IMC more, you can bump up the VCCSA voltage in the BIOS. It defaults to 0.925 V - maybe give it a small bump to 1.005 V, for example. What ever you do though, keep the VCCSA voltage below 1.200 V, it's very hard on the CPU when you run this voltage too high.

Also, you mention trying a new motherboard, but have you talked to Kingston about an RMA on the RAM kit? Before you try too many things, I'd make sure you have a properly working kit. smile.gif
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Originally Posted by francisw19 View Post

Yeah it could be issues with the RAM controller on the CPU, but it's unlikely. The 3770K and 3570K have really good IMCs and typically run 2400 MHz without much trouble. If you want to push the IMC more, you can bump up the VCCSA voltage in the BIOS. It defaults to 0.925 V - maybe give it a small bump to 1.005 V, for example. What ever you do though, keep the VCCSA voltage below 1.200 V, it's very hard on the CPU when you run this voltage too high.

Also, you mention trying a new motherboard, but have you talked to Kingston about an RMA on the RAM kit? Before you try too many things, I'd make sure you have a properly working kit. smile.gif

Does a 3770k overclock better than a 2600k with more/faster RAM?

I used to have my 2600k @ 4.5GHz with 4x2gb of 1333MHz RAM. Now with 4x8gb of 1600MHz RAM, I had to drop back to 4.3GHz to be stable and keep temps in check.
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Does a 3770k overclock better than a 2600k with more/faster RAM?

I used to have my 2600k @ 4.5GHz with 4x2gb of 1333MHz RAM. Now with 4x8gb of 1600MHz RAM, I had to drop back to 4.3GHz to be stable and keep temps in check.

I don't have any personal experience overclocking with 4 DIMMs on Sandy Bridge (I only ran 2 DIMMs on my 2500K) so I can't say fore sure if you'll have better luck on Ivy Bridge. That said, IB has a stronger RAM controller than SB it could work better in theory. I've got a 2x 8GB TridentX kit in now, but before that I had a 4x 4GB Ripjaws Z kit at 1866 MHz - neither kit affected my overclock at all. I was able to run a solid 4.5 GHz with either config. thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by francisw19 View Post

I don't have any personal experience overclocking with 4 DIMMs on Sandy Bridge (I only ran 2 DIMMs on my 2500K) so I can't say fore sure if you'll have better luck on Ivy Bridge. That said, IB has a stronger RAM controller than SB it could work better in theory. I've got a 2x 8GB TridentX kit in now, but before that I had a 4x 4GB Ripjaws Z kit at 1866 MHz - neither kit affected my overclock at all. I was able to run a solid 4.5 GHz with either config. thumb.gif

On the old RAM, i had 4.5 with nothing more than a +0.035 offset voltage. With the new RAM, I was crashing under load. Seems like I have to go much higher to get 4.5GHz back, which is more than my cooler wants to handle. I did test the RAM at stock everything to make sure it was good.
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