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i5-3570k memory stability issues..

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i have a 3570k @ 1.225 vcore, 1.8 pll stable for about a few hrs in prime95, max temps at about 70*C

when playing starcraft 2, after about 5 minutes i get the "cannot be read" memory error, and same thing happend when a friend threw WoW on there to try it out. (both installed in like 3 minutes to an ssd, i was blown away!)

ran memtest, nothing came back, but what is there to do to stabilize ram? to my understanding it overclocks as you increase the cpu yes? or maybe not, i've got it set to 1.5v and 1600 mhz

Mushkin Enhanced Blackline 8GB (2 x 4GB) is what i've got in it now, gigabyte z77x-ud3h mobo.
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or what utility should i run to test memory stability moreso than just memory 'integrity' with memtest86?


Thanks!
Edited by fredcol - 5/4/12 at 1:29am
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the vtt/vccio and system agent voltage are for the memory controller which is on the cpu.try to give them a bump
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i'll bump those a bit thanks, & i added a screen.. timings were 'advertised' as 9-9-9-24 but what i see is 9-11-11-29? whats up with that?
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