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all I have is VCCSA and VTT in my BIOS. I tried adjusting them, its either my mobo, chip, or RAM. No way to tell unless I get other parts to try.

I think your sticks might need more vdimm for 2400mhz. Also you got AMAZING timings already at 2200mhz. Try 1.8v and go for 2400mhz cl9-11-13-28-2t. Should probably work...VTT is vccio and VCCSA is well...vccsa tongue.gif
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frown.gif sorry to hear that mate
my SB used to boot 1.6v and 9-11-11-27 1T at 2133 and my IB can only do that at 2000, it's weird

In your case I'm pretty sure your sticks are the culprit...
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I think your sticks might need more vdimm for 2400mhz. Also you got AMAZING timings already at 2200mhz. Try 1.8v and go for 2400mhz cl9-11-13-28-2t. Should probably work...VTT is vccio and VCCSA is well...vccsa tongue.gif
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Yeah I figured VTT was VCCIO, I don't think I have a VTTDDR adjustment though. I'll try 2400MHz once more but I think CL9 2200MHz is pretty sweet for a 8GB kit a bought NIB for $45
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I really want to know how loud they are, since it's going to be running along with a dehumidifier which is also a compressor. (God the power company is going to love me). I'm going to run 15-20' of tubing to put it in my storage room / spare bedroom so I hopefully won't have to hear it much.

2 seems like overkill for my setup. if I were running a 3970X and 3 Titans, then yeah would probably go with the dual chiller.

I would expect it to be about as loud as a window shaker AC of similar size, startup is usually a little louder than when it is cold & running.
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thanks everyone for the support . its tuff losing a member of the family. RIP Tiny

My condolences, I have a 17 year old cat that is slowing down & they are like part of the family after so long.
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Do I have to have an ASUS mobo to use Mem Tweakit? I can see all my timings but if I adjust them they go back to normal when I click "Apply"

I don't know about asrock, memtweakit does work with my MSI & gigabyte boards. Asrock does have a similar utility though, I've seen it in screenshots.
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Your imc might suck pretty bad then...try 1.2v vccio and vccsa, and vttddr at 0.850v.

Vttddr.... forgot about that when going for 3000Mhz + memory, gonna have to set up for another go at that....
    
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Your kit seems to be quite good but it needs volts to shine...it can probably do 2600mhz, but you need more than 1.8v for that probably.
It has a dead zone in between 1.72v-1.78v if it has D9QMT chips (probably the case), so just go for 1.8v to quickly determine if your imc is up to par.
If you had a board with a LED display you'd know if it was the imc or the ram that won't go higher.
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You could have bought a 380i and not needed an overpriced kit to do bare die while getting better performance than the EK Supremacy. I say "overpriced kit" because they charge $10 + shipping for around $2 worth of hardware.
Hmmm - I paid €3,95 ~$5,20 and since they shipped it along with the Supremacy block and other goodies, I didn't pay extra for the shipping.
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If I try anything over 2200MHz I get LED code 55 which means "Memory not installed"

Not sure if that's what you were talking about or not. But I think this memory just doesn't do it. In an article I read (I think you linked it last night) the guy said he bought several kits and 2 or 3 were awesome and the rest couldn't boot past 2133MHz, I think I have one of those kits. Only in my case they seem to like 2200MHz much more than 2133MHz.
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If I try anything over 2200MHz I get LED code 55 which means "Memory not installed"

Not sure if that's what you were talking about or not. But I think this memory just doesn't do it. In an article I read (I think you linked it last night) the guy said he bought several kits and 2 or 3 were awesome and the rest couldn't boot past 2133MHz, I think I have one of those kits. Only in my case they seem to like 2200MHz much more than 2133MHz.

Your timings at 2200mhz seem quite nice...Give them more voltage man, what's the voltage when you get code 55?
Code 23 means your cpu can't handle it, 55 ram needs more voltage...These are good up to 1.9v, maybe more on cold.
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Your timings at 2200mhz seem quite nice...Give them more voltage man, what's the voltage when you get code 55?
Code 23 means your cpu can't handle it, 55 ram needs more voltage...These are good up to 1.9v, maybe more on cold.

I did 1.8v for 2400MHz CL10-13-13-30-2T, if 1.8v can't do that speed at those timings then I'm fine with 2200MHz. I had VCCSA and VCCIO both at 1.2v. I'm not comfortable going any higher on the vDIMM or vtt. I'm running 2200MHz 9-9-9-27-1T on 1.65v, 1.15v VTT, 1.10v VCCSA
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Oh I'm not sure if I already mentioned this but I went to my local best buy and they said they would price match Micro Center on the 3770K. When I rebuild I might just get my 3770K from them and the MVG from them if they will price match Newegg on it.
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For 24/7 that 2200mhz config would be unbeatable really...Try a 5ghz maxxmem run and post results. I'm guessing close to 30k copy/read.
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