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I got my system stable with the RAM at 1866 MHZ Using the XMP Profile with Dram Voltage at 1.6V and VCCSA 1.15V
I would be very surprised if your same config weren't stable with just 0.975V VCCSA... Usually 1V+ is only needed for 2200MHz+.
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I would be very surprised if your same config weren't stable with just 0.975V VCCSA... Usually 1V+ is only needed for 2200MHz+.

I tried VCCSA at many lower settings and IBT would fail a 10 pass run at 13000 MB stress level, then i started to move VCCSA up and it finally got stable....I'm looking for a rock soling stable system BTW, so after i get IBT to pass 10 runs, then I try IBT overnight, then prime95. I still have prime running and it's been 20 hours or so, and still going....

my board doesn't have an option for VCCIO (IMC) Voltage also, I read it was tied to the VCCSA voltage setting, so a VCCSA of 1.5V would mean I've set VCCIO at 1.5V also.

not sure why my setup needed VCCSA to be so high for just 1866, ram would work fine at 1866 without overclocking the CPU with VCCSA at auto , but as soon as I OCd my CPU to 4.1+ GHZ ram would be unstable at 1866 Mhz....I used ram at 1333 Mhz speed to find my max CPU OC then I had to try many setting to get the ram stable at 1600 mhz and then 1866 Mhz

but well....now that it's stable ill try lowering those values and see what happens.

will post my complete bios setting after prime has been running for 24 hours+ smile.gif
    
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My understanding is that on Asus boards, the default VCCSA of 0.925v corresponds to an (implicit) VCCIO of 1.05v. So a VCCSA of 1.15v would scale the VCCIO to 1.30v, but I may be wrong.
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19,5 hrs standard blend stable.

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....had a hard time getting my system stable with Ram above 1600 Mhz, but with an increased Voltage on the DRAM and VCCSA I got my system stable with the RAM at 1866 MHZ Using the XMP Profile with Dram Voltage at 1.6V and VCCSA 1.15V , for me the CPU OC was pretty easy, figuring out how to get the ram stable at 1866 took a while

Thanks for the tip, Andres. I've also been struggling a bit with my Z77 Sabertooth and i5 3570k, but I am running my ram at 2133MHz and while the ram was perfectly stable at that speed without overclocking, I'm having bluescreens (x124 error code) at CPU speeds above 4.2GHz, even with VCore voltages that seem high for the clock speed. I also noted the lack of direct control over VCCIO on the Sabertooth. Perhaps I could improve my overclock with an increase in my VCCSA. I'll try it out.
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I found the new era of all stability test, get off prime, get off linx, get off every torture test, if u wanna know whether your cpu is stable you have to check just in.....Windows . yeah u got it for real, windows know if u are really stable or not just check this

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you are not really stable until u get errors here, even after 24 hour prime stable, or 20 linx cylce
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I will be on this list very soon smile.gif
 
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I found the new era of all stability test

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lol sorry for the rush but im actually in a hurry right now. already late like 5mins for something.
i was trying 4.8ghz before but temps are just too high so im waiting until the winter temps. biggrin.gif


need to find tune again. i really want that 4.8 stable.

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Guys, I'm currently doing a run for stability and about 8 hours in, I accidentally double clicked RealTemp, closing it doh.gif. When I restart it, it obviously restarts the time and max temperature...what do I do? I really don't want to restart it tongue.gif.
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