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Originally Posted by Bruteson View Post

Ugh.. Stock clocks and still crashing:(
I can put load on the pc without crashing. Seems like it is completely random.


hmmm then im not sure, though its def gpu related

can u borrow one just to find out
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should i use in push or pull configuration?

I have mine in push so it blows cold air on to the back of the socket and the back of the VRMs .
fan blowing onto rear of mobo to cool socket and rear of vrms
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hmmm then im not sure, though its def gpu related

can u borrow one just to find out

Yeah, I'm starting to think so too. I can run both Prime and Kombustor, which sorta rules the psu out...
Damn it, I love my gtx 570! tongue.gif

Borrowing is hard around here, as most of the people I know use MACs..
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Yeah, I'm starting to think so too. I can run both Prime and Kombustor, which sorta rules the psu out...
Damn it, I love my gtx 570! tongue.gif

Borrowing is hard around here, as most of the people I know use MACs..

Try running Furmark and see what happens.
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post #42075 of 67885
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Yeah, I'm starting to think so too. I can run both Prime and Kombustor, which sorta rules the psu out...
Damn it, I love my gtx 570! tongue.gif

Borrowing is hard around here, as most of the people I know use MACs..

have u tried it in another slot?
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post #42076 of 67885
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Originally Posted by KyadCK View Post

BS. The Giga boards don't like above "Stock" RAM speeds, but stock speed for 4 DIMMs is 1600, not 1333. If someone can't get over 1333 they are straight up clueless or have bad RAM.
Men you really have a very bad I Know it all attitude tongue.gif The PC on your signature shows a UD5-4x4GB not a UD7-4x8GB system. Maybe you have another PC with a UD7 and 4x8GB ram, but if not you can only talk about your UD5 experience. The UD7 is a completely different beast compared to the Asus CHVFZ and maybe I have the the two worst UD7 on the planet. I was describing my own experience with the UD7 to help other people with UD7.
Tested with 2 different Gigabyte UD7 990FX Rev3, two G.skill Trident-X 32 GB 4x8GB 2400 kits, one Corsair Vengeance 32GB 4x8GB 1866. All started at 1333 on both UD7 with default settings.The same ram kits on three different Asus CHVFZ started at 1600 at default settings. Memtest86+ on XMP profile speed without problems on CHVFZ. Maybe on your UD5 they start at 1600, please test on your another PC UD7. Here is a picture of the UD7 all defaults showing the ram default speed.


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Again BS, Guess how well my 9590 runs..
Men that attitude again tongue.gif The PC on your signature shows a UD5 not a UD7. Maybe you have another PC with a UD7.
The FX 9590 works without a problem on the UD7 after disabling the C states. With the C states activated FX8350,9370 and 9590 froze on two different UD7 990FX. I still dont start to overclock so I dont disable all energy savings option on the BIOS. Almost all OC guides tell you to disable the energy savings options on the BIOS. This issue is not present with the same CPUs on the Asus CHVFZ with default BIOS options that I have. On this forum and on the internerd you can find a lot of FX people with freezes specially while playing flash videos fixed disabling the C states on the BIOS. The advice to disable C state helped another user on the CHVFZ forum yesterday link.

I have over 160GB of DDR3 running in my house, most of it in 32GB kits. All of my high-clock validations are done with my main 32GB G.Skill kit, including suicides. Just because I have my 16GB kit in my Rig now doesn't mean it's all I have.

No, you dealt in absolutes. You said that the UD7 in general can not run 4x8GB at over 1333. and this line here...
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All started at 1333 on both UD7 with default settings.

So what? Set it manually. That doesn't mean it can't, that means you didn't try. Massive difference. The CHV-FZ can do waaaaay better than 1600 too.

And for this;
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The PC on your signature shows a UD5 not a UD7.

Guess the difference between the UD5 and UD7, because it doesn't involve the top half of the motherboard very much.

Disabling C-States is always done on all motherboards when you begin to overclock. It is to eliminate potential problems. You re-enable them after you find your stable settings if you care to do so. Changing LLC from Auto to Very High (or equivalent), which is again done on all motherboards, simply helps keep the voltage steady.

After reading your response I'll accept the "Know it all" title because it means I actually know something. (EDIT: This part probably came off worse than I meant it too, but I'm in a hurry, so...) Like I told Hurricane when he got VSync wrong, please don't give advice about features/products you don't understand, because it sounds like you do not have enough experience with the UD7 to know what you are talking about.
Edited by KyadCK - 10/29/14 at 1:51pm
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I have over 160GB of DDR3 running in my house, most of it in 32GB kits. All of my high-clock validations are done with my main 32GB G.Skill kit, including suicides. Just because I have my 16GB kit in my Rig now doesn't mean it's all I have.

No, you dealt in absolutes. You said that the UD7 in general can not run 4x8GB at over 1333. and this line here...
So what? Set it manually. That doesn't mean it can't, that means you didn't try. Massive difference. The CHV-FZ can do waaaaay better than 1600 too.

And for this;
Guess the difference between the UD5 and UD7, because it doesn't involve the top half of the motherboard very much.

Disabling C-States is always done on all motherboards when you begin to overclock. It is to eliminate potential problems. You re-enable them after you find your stable settings if you care to do so. Changing LLC from Auto to Very High (or equivalent), which is again done on all motherboards, simply helps keep the voltage steady.

After reading your response I'll accept the "Know it all" title because it means I actually know something. (EDIT: This part probably came off worse than I meant it too, but I'm in a hurry, so...) Like I told Hurricane when he got VSync wrong, please don't give advice about features/products you don't understand, because it sounds like you do not have enough experience with the UD7 to know what you are talking about.

WELL I LIKE COOKIES AND I HAVE TOASTED RAM

MMMMMM TOAST!!!!!
bahahahahhahahaha
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post #42078 of 67885
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Good to see someone else getting good results with a H80i.

Looking at a picture of your rig, you will run into the same problems I had with cooling the VRMs and Northbridge. Can you do anything with the cables as that will lower the airflow thru the case.

New setup with Saberkitty , new power and new graphics card

If you can hide most of the cables at the rear of the case it will help with your airflow


The H80i will cause an airtrap where the VRM cooler is and you will struggle with VRM temps.



You can squeeze fans in on the VRM cooler though smile.gif

I plan on getting 2 120mm fans for the front and probably 1 80mm to put over the vrm
    
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Ah I see! I've not had chance to mod my side panel yet, struggling to find honey comb mesh here in the UK that doesn't cost over £20 for a sheet, any suggestions? I do wonder Why I'm going through all this effort sometimes then I remember... Cos I enjoy it! biggrin.gif
Try a disposable barbecue just use the mesh on the top and throw the rest away.

Or just make a nasty hole with a drill, scruffy but it works.

badly cut hole in side cover for mobo/vrm cooler

Wow Mike did you use a Rat to gnaw that hole?? At least put some thing over it like this https://www.google.ca/search?q=pc+fan+grille&client=firefox-a&hs=5UI&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&channel=nts&biw=1536&bih=755&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ei=4GNRVKXGLoP4igK28YDQBg&ved=0CB8QsAQ
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WELL I LIKE COOKIES AND I HAVE TOASTED RAM

MMMMMM TOAST!!!!!
bahahahahhahahaha

wth.gif

*Hands F3ERS a plate of toasted cookies and backs away slowly*

But ya, you should know as well as anyone, default settings don't mean squat when it comes to RAM. Needs some tuning.
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