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I use the same kingston ram rated at 1.65V and run it 9-11-10-28/1866 iirc.
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I set the timings manually, just the values 9-9-9-27-36 and left everything on auto, is it ok like that? I upped to voltage to 1.464V as well. So far no errors after 6 minutes and surprisingly the temps are almost the same for core and socket, who knew a vent could help so much - max 59 on socket, 58 on cpu so far.
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I have worked with a couple of posters lately with HyperX beast that has been nothing but a pain to get stable, that was some 2400 stuff but even at low speed we were having some issue. My first suggestion would be to bump the CPU_NB to 1.25v and set the ram voltage to 1.6 and see if that helps.

1.25 cpu/nb for hyperx... you are gunna need more voltage for those. like 0.1v more atleast
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So should i up the nb voltage to 1.35? prime is still running; after 15 minutes max 60 on socket and 59 on core, no errors so far, clock is at 4.515 and volt at load 1.464.
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post #32905 of 67344
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So should i up the nb voltage to 1.35? prime is still running; after 15 minutes max 60 on socket and 59 on core, no errors so far, clock is at 4.515 and volt at load 1.464.
what cooler are you using?
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what cooler are you using?

I'm using a Macho hr-02. Almost 30 minutes in and no errors so far, the temp unfortunately reached 69 on socket and 67 on core. I'll probably reapply the paste later on when i get the extra vents. Still would like to know if i should up the NB voltage. Thank you.

LE: prime95 35 mins no errors max temp 69 on both readings. A bit high for the core since 24/7 should be under 62 but i guess i'm never going to use it to the extent a blend run stresses it. I'll be tinkering a bit more with the voltages maybe get it some lower. Thank you again for the support and any advice is much appreciated.
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I'm using a Macho hr-02. Almost 30 minutes in and no errors so far, the temp unfortunately reached 69 on socket and 67 on core. I'll probably reapply the paste later on when i get the extra vents.
Yeah, you should be doing much better on that. It almost sounds like it wasnt seated right on the cpu. And you would need some high spl fans to get thru all the fins.
    
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I have worked with a couple of posters lately with HyperX beast that has been nothing but a pain to get stable, that was some 2400 stuff but even at low speed we were having some issue. My first suggestion would be to bump the CPU_NB to 1.25v and set the ram voltage to 1.6 and see if that helps.

Beasts are a a little finicky but I like them.
Mine like extra cpu/nb voltage but don't really respond to anything over 1.65 on the ram itself also they are 1T command rate friendly. I've had them wig out at 2 T only to run fine at 1 T the main timings were the same, but the tertiaries were set to auto. I've gotten them stable at 2600mhz cl
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I am running 4.8GHz from a 300MHz Bclock. Love it. But I will have to find another clock if I want a perfectly round 5000 mhz later.

That's pretty swanky. I'd love to be able to do that but my RAM won't allow it, or it could be my mobo but there are error code lights on my mobo telling me its the RAM so I doubt it's lying tongue.gif I also found that my particular CPU has holes in the 250-259 range which sucks cause that would be possible for me x(
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So should i up the nb voltage to 1.35? prime is still running; after 15 minutes max 60 on socket and 59 on core, no errors so far, clock is at 4.515 and volt at load 1.464.

NB voltage does not need to exceed 1.2v

for 2400mhz ram, your gunna want to OC the HT too atleast 2600mhz (should do this on stock ht voltage or a few notchs up from stock voltage)

The CPU/NB i would suggest to set @ 1.35v


Keep in mind you can get 2400mhz ram working with less HT and less voltage but you will not see ANY advantages over 2133mhz ram. also another thing is if you are not using the bandwidth you will not notice a thing.


CPU/NB and NB are two entirely different things.

CPU/NB is the integrated memory controller voltage.

NB is for your north bridge chip set, this doesn't need much attention if any unless your are FSB overclocking, but lets not get into that just yet.. ya?


FYI: increasing the CPU/NB voltage will add heat to your processor. something to keep in mind also.
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