Here you go, copied from post# 692
Now my problems at hand:
Went into the bios and started to ramp her up a bit. 4.0Ghgz was a cakewalk at stock voltage. Just multi. Then I got brave and went 44 on the multi and bumped up the vcore a notch to 1.3v. Then I decided to play with the ram.
Ram= 1866, 10-10-10-28-1T- 1.35v
Cpu = x44, 1.3v
Saved and rebooted.....this is when all hell broke loose PC rebooted and got stock at reboot cycle. Would not pass error code 72 on the debug LED.
Powered off, unplug off wall, remove vid cards, remove cmos battery and waited 20 min. Put everything back, press power button..reboots...again stuck at 72 reboot cycle. Read manual and switch over the bios switch to "B" and reboot, finally back at desktop. Go to MSI's site, follow guide to flash corrupted "A" bios repair. Follow it to the letter...and I'm rewarded with a dead primary bios
Running back-up bios "B" at 4.3Ghz @1.2V and ram @ 1866, 10-10-10-28-1T- 1.35v .
My Samsungs were able to run 1866, but now they don't pass stock 1600. No matter what I try, voltages, timings, they will not pass 1600. I even tried just 2 sticks to no avail.
Don't get me wrong I luv this new setup and was looking forward to it as my new upgrade. Now I'm having doubts. Running on secondary bios i'm not happy about, nor am I happy my ram won't run the proven 2133.
ANything I can do about my problems or am I SOL?