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welp the highest I could run stable was 2 sticks (16gb) @2200

stopped wasting time on that and got back to my initial goal of Overclocking the 3570k. I really only have the weekends free enough to do this. so MUST get stable by sunday night or going to have to try again some time next week... =(

Following the guide on pg1 and a few google hits.

Currently at(on) 4.5Ghz @1.320v
not stable, but runs like it is for browsing, BSODs about 8-10mins into P95. Temps on load 65-70c, ATM 30-35c, audible fans, believe its all default, no fan profiles changed. (I reset everything)

is 1.320v too high?
I see people saying >1.3 is high, others say 1.45 is a "good" max, so is 1.32 "too high" for 45

following totally dubbed's guide exactly.

last BSOD was a 0x101 (increase vcore)


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Asus Sabertooth Z77 + i5-3570K
Ram at stock/default 1333mhz (3x8GB, actually got 24GB in atm, been OC'ing CPU this entire time I've forgotten why only 3 sticks, think I got all 3 at 2200 then started CPU-OC)
AMD R9 390
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Quote:
Originally Posted by looniam View Post

had a i5-2400 (non K cpu) with 1600 ram OC'd to 1866 on my Z77-v pro . so i don't think you need an i7 OC'd for 2400 RAM.
I am not the only one having trouble with 2400Mhz, almost every google hit with 3570k and 2400Mhz has come back with people (think I said this already) complaining they cant boot/run stable at 2400 and thats followed by people posting they're at 2400Mhz but they are running OC'd 3570s .. PLUS one of the tips about OC-ing is to OC CPU before Ram =P so going to OC CPU first then fiddle with ram, heck who knows maybe I'm wrong and no change OR this is the proper way with the i5-3570k, gotta OC for its IMC to be able to handle 2400Mhz Ram. =P
Edited by HyeVltg3 - 2/26/16 at 6:05pm
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Quote:
Originally Posted by HyeVltg3 View Post

welp the highest I could run stable was 2 sticks (16gb) @2200

stopped wasting time on that and got back to my initial goal of Overclocking the 3570k. I really only have the weekends free enough to do this. so MUST get stable by sunday night or going to have to try again some time next week... =(

Following the guide on pg1 and a few google hits.

Currently at(on) 4.5Ghz @1.320v
not stable, but runs like it is for browsing, BSODs about 8-10mins into P95. Temps on load 65-70c, ATM 30-35c, audible fans, believe its all default, no fan profiles changed. (I reset everything)

is 1.320v too high?
I see people saying >1.3 is high, others say 1.45 is a "good" max, so is 1.32 "too high" for 45

following totally dubbed's guide exactly.

last BSOD was a 0x101 (increase vcore)


Currently installed/connected:
Asus Sabertooth Z77 + i5-3570K
Ram at stock/default 1333mhz (3x8GB, actually got 24GB in atm, been OC'ing CPU this entire time I've forgotten why only 3 sticks, think I got all 3 at 2200 then started CPU-OC)
AMD R9 390
Corsair 120GB SSD (Win10 boot)
Sound card
I am not the only one having trouble with 2400Mhz, almost every google hit with 3570k and 2400Mhz has come back with people (think I said this already) complaining they cant boot/run stable at 2400 and thats followed by people posting they're at 2400Mhz but they are running OC'd 3570s .. PLUS one of the tips about OC-ing is to OC CPU before Ram =P so going to OC CPU first then fiddle with ram, heck who knows maybe I'm wrong and no change OR this is the proper way with the i5-3570k, gotta OC for its IMC to be able to handle 2400Mhz Ram. =P

I am not sure if I mentioned this to you but have you checked for bent pins on the CPU connections? I had somewhat a similar problem with my RAM where it was reading one less RAM stick than what I would try and the speeds were not right, but my CPU was still working normally. I checked the CPU connections and was barely able to see one bent pin. I straightened out and all was back to normal.
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I am not sure if I mentioned this to you but have you checked for bent pins on the CPU connections? I had somewhat a similar problem with my RAM where it was reading one less RAM stick than what I would try and the speeds were not right, but my CPU was still working normally. I checked the CPU connections and was barely able to see one bent pin. I straightened out and all was back to normal.

Bent pin?
I've been using this CPU for the past ~2years, no problem, if it had a bent pin wouldnt some error come up? I havent had BSOD(due to overclocking) since the last time I tried, way back in early 2014.

the bent pin would be on the mobo right?
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post #6914 of 7033
Quote:
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Bent pin?
I've been using this CPU for the past ~2years, no problem, if it had a bent pin wouldnt some error come up? I havent had BSOD(due to overclocking) since the last time I tried, way back in early 2014.

the bent pin would be on the mobo right?
Yes it would be on the MB. Like I said I had a bent pin and the only indication was my RAM sticks not be reported correctly. I also forgot to mention that was only in XMP, when I turned off XMP it read all 4 sticks but at the default setting of 1333mhz. With me I somehow bent one of the pins when I had to take my CPU out to get the serial numbers and what not for the Intel tuning plan.
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post #6915 of 7033
yeah a bent pin where the IMC is on the chip would cause a problem with reading dimm slots properly.

it can be fixed . . w/small enough tools.
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post #6916 of 7033
I really dont want to have to take off the CPU if I REALLY have to, atm running 16gb (2x8GB) 2200Mhz, 11-13-13-31 1.65v <<< is the 2400Mhz thats written on the sticks and packaging, atm I'm just tightening timings, @2200, 9-11-11-27-2 1.65v
Just taking a break from CPU OC...>_> at least with the ram I can "feel" something sticking lol.

whats best ram stability test? memtest or blend on p95?
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memtest = FTW!

but hey, 2200 is a good step up from 1333. thumb.gif
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memtest = FTW!

but hey, 2200 is a good step up from 1333. thumb.gif

I would need to gt msdos and load memtest from USB right? havent used it in ages.
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just put it on a flash drive and boot off of it:

http://www.memtest86.com/

warning it takes a long time.
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post #6920 of 7033
Just going to pitch in and say that my CPU couldnt run 2400mhz C11 on 2 sticks. It would boot and ran seemingly fine but when I tried to do Folding@home it would fail work units. I decided to try and get as high as I could get with C9 and 1T rather then 2 and ended up with 2000 9 10 10 31 1T.

My chip is a pretty bad clocked at 4.4ghz taking 1.32 volts to be Prime 95 blend 80% of RAM stable. Its been at that for a long time with no issues. So I do wonder if the quality of the IMC is linked to the quality of the rest of the silicon. I dont think overclocking the CPU helps the RAM run faster, in fact I believe its the opposite : that at higher overclocks you are less likely to get higher RAM clocks. Thats why you overclock the CPU with the RAM at 1333mhz and once you have that stable enable XMP and start on the RAM

I used Hyper PI set to 32 million in realtime to test my RAM settings, its pretty fast and the settings turned out to be Prime blend stable as well, and Ive never had any issues in about a year and a half with these settings.
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