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Originally Posted by gertruude View Post

Have you tried different ram settings, i mean command rate etc etc

whats your vdda sorry i meant vddr lol its late tongue.gif


I've tried 2T to try and stabilize too but was still getting memtest errors, I've actually just noticed my VDDR is on auto which has set itself @ 1.205v, what would you recommend ?

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Hmmm, it looks pretty normal. All I could recommend is
CPU Power Response - Auto
CPU/NB LLC - Auto
CPU/NB Current - 130%
CPU/NB Power Response Control - Auto

Under Advanced Tab
- HPC Mode - Try it either Enabled or Disabled to see if it makes a difference
You may have to play around with only using 2 of the paired sticks at a time. Piledriver is only rated to run 1600Mhz with 4 DIMMS and 1866Mhz with 2 DIMMS.
Hopefully by testing each of those pairs individually you can find the potential of each and hopefully rule out any compatibility issues at higher frequencies.

Your listed timings kind of seem weird too. I would be surprised to see a 2X2 kit rated for 9-9-9-28 @ 2133Mhz. Seems more like they are a 1600Mhz CAS 9 kit for 1.5v. They may have another listing for 2133Mhz @ 1.65v but that's a pretty large jump from 1600Mhz.

My mistake, its actually 9-11-9-28

This is the actual listings from ebuyer for both sets Im running, currently have the timings at 11-11-11-31 @ 1.6v @ 2133MHz which I just cranked back up, going to run another memtest in a bit, the problem with removing RAM to test is my cooler had to be put on last over the top of the RAM because its too low, so to get the RAM back out, I'll have to remove the cooler, and I really don't want to do all that again

G-Skill 4GB (2x2GB) DDR3 2133Mhz RipjawsX Memory Kit CL9 (9-11-9-28-2N) 1.6V

G-Skill 8GB (2x4GB) DDR3 2133MHz RipjawsX Memory Kit CL11 (11-11-11-30) 1.5V/1.6V


If you can see anything I've got set up wrong I'd appreciate a pointer, I had my 965 for so long and it was a horrible OCer I never spent much time setting the BIOS up















post #15432 of 66955
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Originally Posted by cssorkinman View Post

If the psu went into overcurrent protection you would most likely have to throw the switch on it or unplug it to reset it before you could boot again.
My guess is that you simply need more voltage to the cpu, what speed and voltage settings were you at when it did this?
I think I had the volts set to 1.63-4 to adjust for vdroop to fall at 1.55-6 for 5.0ghz at load.
post #15433 of 66955
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Originally Posted by magicdave26 View Post

I've tried 2T to try and stabilize too but was still getting memtest errors, I've actually just noticed my VDDR is on auto which has set itself @ 1.205v, what would you recommend ?
My mistake, its actually 9-11-9-28

This is the actual listings from ebuyer for both sets Im running, currently have the timings at 11-11-11-31 @ 1.6v @ 2133MHz which I just cranked back up, going to run another memtest in a bit, the problem with removing RAM to test is my cooler had to be put on last over the top of the RAM because its too low, so to get the RAM back out, I'll have to remove the cooler, and I really don't want to do all that again

G-Skill 4GB (2x2GB) DDR3 2133Mhz RipjawsX Memory Kit CL9 (9-11-9-28-2N) 1.6V

G-Skill 8GB (2x4GB) DDR3 2133MHz RipjawsX Memory Kit CL11 (11-11-11-30) 1.5V/1.6V


If you can see anything I've got set up wrong I'd appreciate a pointer, I had my 965 for so long and it was a horrible OCer I never spent much time setting the BIOS up Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)















If i'm honest i cannot see anything wrong with what ya got in bios

Changing vvdr when you are overclocking helps with stability, i suppose you can try bumping it up a notch or 2 to see if you get any stability. Try 1.30 first then work your way up to 1.5 and see if you get any change.
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Oh I just remembered I wanted to ask something. Is any of your guys CPU-NB multi locked at 11? Not sure if that is how it is on every 8350 or just my bios wont change it.
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If i'm honest i cannot see anything wrong with what ya got in bios

Changing vvdr when you are overclocking helps with stability, i suppose you can try bumping it up a notch or 2 to see if you get any stability. Try 1.30 first then work your way up to 1.5 and see if you get any change.

Thanks, I`ll give that a shot,

Am I right in thinking that as the RAM passes memtest @ 1866 but not at 2133 that the RAM is likely fine and it's another factor causing the errors ?

Really don't want to dismantle everything again for RMA
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Thanks, I`ll give that a shot,

Am I right in thinking that as the RAM passes memtest @ 1866 but not at 2133 that the RAM is likely fine and it's another factor causing the errors ?

Really don't want to dismantle everything again for RMA

Its a hard one, I just cant find any of your settings that are wrong in order for the ram not to be stable at 2133.

normally for ram instability its either voltage or wrong timings but your timings are pretty loose and your ram is at stock volts

If changing vddr doesnt help the last thing i would try is bumping up the dram voltage a little

If that fails well i would rma lol
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Now this may be off but I read Vddr should be about half Ram voltage. 1.65v -> .83v VDDR.

Other thing to keep in mind is that AMD supports UP TO 1866 anything over is a crap shoot and prob requires getting a lot of things just right.
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Originally Posted by gertruude View Post

Its a hard one, I just cant find any of your settings that are wrong in order for the ram not to be stable at 2133.

normally for ram instability its either voltage or wrong timings but your timings are pretty loose and your ram is at stock volts

If changing vddr doesnt help the last thing i would try is bumping up the dram voltage a little

If that fails well i would rma lol

lol, well I did a run of memtest using the settings you see in the screenshots and 39% (Test 7) I got 19200 errors

I bumped the VDDR up to 1.3v and got about 5200 errors

Now running again with VDDR @ 1.4v and only seeing 140 errors right now

Its looking good smile.gif Maybe 1.5v is the lucky number
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Originally Posted by Durquavian View Post

Now this may be off but I read Vddr should be about half Ram voltage. 1.65v -> .83v VDDR.

Other thing to keep in mind is that AMD supports UP TO 1866 anything over is a crap shoot and prob requires getting a lot of things just right.

They also say going over 1.55volts is bad for this cpu, when loads of us have got over 1.70V thumb.gif

Its not hard to go past 1866 either lol, my 1600mhz 88824 ram over 2133 with ease rolleyes.gif
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lol, well I did a run of memtest using the settings you see in the screenshots and 39% (Test 7) I got 19200 errors

I bumped the VDDR up to 1.3v and got about 5200 errors

Now running again with VDDR @ 1.4v and only seeing 140 errors right now

Its looking good smile.gif Maybe 1.5v is the lucky number

Cool smile.gif fingers crossed thumb.gif
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They also say going over 1.55volts is bad for this cpu, when loads of us have got over 1.70V thumb.gif

Its not hard to go past 1866 either lol, my 1600mhz 88824 ram over 2133 with ease rolleyes.gif
Cool smile.gif fingers crossed thumb.gif

It got further this time, but is now sitting at 288 errors @ 55% test 8

Is 1.5v the max safe limit ?
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