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Ah yeah now I get you. What exact RAM kit are you using? It is always possible the board just doesn't like it, or that the RAM can't run at its rated maximum speeds with whatever voltage that it sets automatically. I have had XMP kits that I had to bump the voltage up on a little bit.

Posted it a few pages back but here it is again. I appreciate the dedicated help your giving me. Im trying pretty hard to get this intel rig to run right. Been a task so far.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820145330
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Try running them at 9-11-11-27 with stock voltage.. if you want to use XMP you can.. just go and set timings manually and set voltage to ~1.67v .. conversely you could try just leaving the timings and moving voltage on RAM to ~1.72v for testing purposes. If things are stable there you know you can loosen latency and drop voltage just as easy.

post #673 of 3634
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Originally Posted by ride1226 View Post

Posted it a few pages back but here it is again. I appreciate the dedicated help your giving me. Im trying pretty hard to get this intel rig to run right. Been a task so far.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820145330

Ahhh I see, sorry I missed it back there I just woke up, not entirely coherent yet tongue.gif

I know the board will run RAM at 2000mhz, I have run Samsung modules at that speed on this board. What BIOS version are you running?
post #674 of 3634
Updated it right out of the box to 17.4 via mFlash utility and a flash drive. Went smooth without a hitch. Im not furmiliar at all with messing with ram settings, what exact settings in BIOS would I be looking for to make these adjustments. Only thing I have ever done in the clocking subject was OC my graphics card a bit and OC a amd processor by .2ghz which was nothing. This is my first major dive considering how well I have heard intel OCs and what I have seen is capable with my i5 3570k.
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Try running them at 9-11-11-27 with stock voltage.. if you want to use XMP you can.. just go and set timings manually and set voltage to ~1.67v .. conversely you could try just leaving the timings and moving voltage on RAM to ~1.72v for testing purposes. If things are stable there you know you can loosen latency and drop voltage just as easy.

Ok I will try that, will report back when I got a problem again, thanks for your input.
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Quick and dirty 5GHZ 3dMarkl11 run with single HD7950 over P1100! smile.gif


http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/4909584
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Quick and dirty 5GHZ 3dMarkl11 run with single HD7950 over P1100! smile.gif
http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/4909584

dang dude that is a nice score. These new radeon drivers are making me jealous!

How much difference in score does the cpu overclock make?

You're making me totally jealous right now tongue.gif.
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dang dude that is a nice score. These new radeon drivers are making me jealous!
How much difference in score does the cpu overclock make?
You're making me totally jealous right now tongue.gif.

CPU speed is just a part of the system performance but it is very important. This mother board is great. The new AMD drivers are great!
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post #679 of 3634
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Originally Posted by CL3P20 View Post

Try running them at 9-11-11-27 with stock voltage.. if you want to use XMP you can.. just go and set timings manually and set voltage to ~1.67v .. conversely you could try just leaving the timings and moving voltage on RAM to ~1.72v for testing purposes. If things are stable there you know you can loosen latency and drop voltage just as easy.

Not sure if this was meant for me, or the guy above who just took the advice and went to run it.

Just now I set XMP to enabled, and DRAM Frequency to AUTO. It automatically set it to 2000mhz and 9-10-9-27 at 1.65v. Instant BSOD during boot.

Reset everything to defaults in BIOS to start fresh. Memory defaulted to 1066. Ran prime95 and cpuz and realtemp. Turned on the small ffts test and after 30 minutes at 3.8ghz from the stock turbo my temps on the stock cooler were max 86-91-90-87.
Edited by ride1226 - 11/11/12 at 11:56am
post #680 of 3634
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For some reason, Control Centre's fan curve doesn't work and settings don't stick frown.gif

Yes, that's true. What you need to do is go into the BIOS and change the settings under Hardware Monitor.
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