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So it seems Bios A is completely corrupted and I cant get it working properly again. I was stress testing a OC in windows went to manually reboot and it locked up at A2, if I let it sit for a couple minutes it eventually will go into the bios screen if I hit delete but it wont boot windows it just reboots and sits at A2. I tried to clear cmos, reflash the latest bios, reflash an older bios but it still continues to behave strangely no matter what bios version is on there or what settings are used. Bios 2 runs perfectly fine though, its a little concerning though because I wasnt in the bios when this happened I was just restarting windows, now a month or so into owning the board I'm down a chip.
Edited by nagle3092 - 10/15/12 at 2:00pm
 
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Here's a pi 32m I ran for the 4Ghz efficiency thread, was trying higher frequency but at 2737Mhz memory couldn't match the time I had posted already at 2600Mhz.

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E7751IMS.H44 → E7751IMS.H45

Changelog:
- Add the solution When you plug DVDROM as SATA 1 and plug SATA HDD as SATA 2 then system cannot Enter windows 7 Legacy OS after system restart from E7751IMS.H43.
- Remove solution Fix it cannot finish Windows 7/8 UEFI Installation When you set the bios boot sequence to SATA HDD as 1st Boot and DVD ROM as 2nd boot and save and exit, then Press F11 to select UEFI DVD to Install.
- Add some Multi-Lauguage about fastboot.
- Change "Boot option filter" to "UEFI and Legacy" when Win7 mode.
- Fix it cannot enter UEFI Windows after restart OS when set admin Password.
- Fine tune advanced timing(TWRDRDD) for memory frequency >= 2600Mhz.


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post #374 of 3633
Is there any way of going higher than 2133mhz(ram speed) on sandy bridge?
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Is there any way of going higher than 2133mhz(ram speed) on sandy bridge?

 Yeah.. bclk. rolleyes.gif

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 Yeah.. bclk. rolleyes.gif

Yup, 2300 would be about the limit if it even gets that far.
    
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Yup, 2300 would be about the limit if it even gets that far.

Anything besides BLCK?
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Anything besides BLCK?

Not for sandy. Updating the bios can open up more memory dividers for ivy, but it does take an ivy bridge to POST using the higher dividers, don't think any sandy has ever booted 2400Mhz memory.
    
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Not for sandy. Updating the bios can open up more memory dividers for ivy, but it does take an ivy bridge to POST using the higher dividers, don't think any sandy has ever booted 2400Mhz memory.

Well, I am testing 102.5 BLCK ratio now just on CPU with 43 ratio(I want a 4.4ghz OC), while on 1600mhz ram divider. I might get the it to 2200ishmhz. 2400mhz is basically impossible through pure blck with 2133mhz. IMO I think. Is there particular BLCK stability tester?
Edited by Testier - 10/15/12 at 6:59pm
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So a BLCK around 103.5 with 2133mhz ram divider would get me around 2200mhz.
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