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Ok,
Unfortunately my XMP profile does have the DRAM set to 1.5v so this isn't the cause of my problem!!! Slightly at my wits end as the error codes I'm receiving all point towards to more VCore, but pushing it up doesn't fix the problem.

I'm fairly certain that the Corsair Dominator RAM should be set to 1.65v when using the XMP profile.

That RAM also uses XMP version 1.3 so make sure you update your BIOS to ensure full support for it.
Remember to load default values after updating.
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Ok,
Unfortunately my XMP profile does have the DRAM set to 1.5v so this isn't the cause of my problem!!! Slightly at my wits end as the error codes I'm receiving all point towards to more VCore, but pushing it up doesn't fix the problem.

It can be tricky to get that much RAM stable at such a speed without playing with timings... Bump up the DRAM voltage to ~1.6v to 1.65v and see how you go.
You may be better of starting a new thread, however - RAM isn't my strong side and starting a new thread will allow those who know more than me about RAM to help you out! smile.gif
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post #23 of 23
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I'm fairly certain that the Corsair Dominator RAM should be set to 1.65v when using the XMP profile.
That RAM also uses XMP version 1.3 so make sure you update your BIOS to ensure full support for it.
Remember to load default values after updating.


Thanks for the response, currently updating my BIOS as we speak, as for the XMP voltage I double checked the spec for my specific model (http://www.corsair.com/en/dominator-platinum-with-corsair-link-connector-1-5v-16-gb-dual-channel-ddr3-memory-kit-cmd16gx3m2a1866c9.html) and it says 1.5v, there are a few other kits that go up to 1.65v but unfortunately this isn't one of them!

Again, thanks for the help guys you're doing me a huge favour smile.gif
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