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I just keep getting failures, even at 4.2 where I have been running my computer at for months with 0 problems 0 crashes. What gives?

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Originally Posted by deehoC View Post

Hm..I was just trying to set my timings as close to exact as possible from what it shows under the SPD in BIOS and what various other programs like CPU-Z/Aida64/Taiphoon Burner report. Is there something more specific than IBT on Very high that I should try running to isolate/narrow the issue down?

Another quick question before I reset and test again...My RAM according to http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231455 has 9-10-9-28 timings but I noticed there was a CL7 XMP profile listed as XMP #1 under the BIOS SPD Tab. Are those timings expected to work with this kit or would that be for an Intel platform system?

I'll try loosening those two timings as you mentioned mus, thanks for the tip.

Okay,

If it has one, try it. But I doubt you are looking at XMP. It could be JEDEC or SPD.

BTW, XMP is labeled a DOCP and is accessible on this very page and setting.


CPU-NB - 1.25
VDDA - 2.6
DRAM to 1.65
NB Voltage - 1.25
NB HT - 1.25

These are just my fail safe suggestion for the items other than the Vcore. thumb.gif


Edited by mus1mus - 1/24/16 at 5:56pm
post #57593 of 67349
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I just keep getting failures, even at 4.2 where I have been running my computer at for months with 0 problems 0 crashes. What gives?


try again without CNQ and power shavings stuff.
post #57594 of 67349
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Oh I thought it was like the CHVZ there is a setting between where you are and extreme.... sorry . In that case I would give it a small bump in voltage then.

No need to apologize my friend, especially not when you're just trying to help me out!
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Okay,

If it has one, try it. But I doubt you are looking at XMP. It could be JEDEC or SPD.

BTW, XMP is labeled a DOCP and is accessible on this very page and setting.

CPU-NB - 1.25
VDDA - 2.6
DRAM to 1.65
NB Voltage - 1.25
NB HT - 1.25

These are just my fail safe suggestion for the items other than the Vcore. thumb.gif

I'll definitely input those instead of leaving them to auto. It's like you read my mind...I was just going to ask you what I should set those to in this very reply LOL.

What I mean when I'm looking at XMP is for example, in this image from the BIOS SPD tab it shows the base 1600MHz JEDEC first then it lists XMP #1 and XMP#2 as two different sets of timings for 1866.



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eh.. DOCP does not = XMP...
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I just keep getting failures, even at 4.2 where I have been running my computer at for months with 0 problems 0 crashes. What gives?


likely wasn't fully stable to begin with, just because you don't crash or have noticeable problems doesn't mean you are truly stable.

you need more voltage,
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What I mean when I'm looking at XMP is for example, in this image from the BIOS SPD tab it shows the base 1600MHz JEDEC first then it lists XMP #1 and XMP#2 as two different sets of timings for 1866.



Interesting.

Make sure you can access that Profile in AI Overclock Tuner tab.

Press + or - keys to move the Profile or simply clicking it.
post #57599 of 67349
Ai Tweaker profiles work like this.

Auto = auto you have little to no control

Docp = a little more control but mostly still auto

Manual = the recommended mode/profile, why because Auto should not be trusted for all things..

you lose the drop down for XMP that you get in DOCP because in manual mode you are expected to input those setting yourself. Docp can and will auto adjust the values you set.
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Some progress! I got genuinely excited for a second there when I saw 2 passing results after manually entering the VDDA/etc. Some solid advice so far, thanks everyone. I have no intention of actually trying to use DOCP or XMP, I was just using those timings shown to enter them manually so no worries on that front.

Now I'm wondering if I should enter values for NB 1.8, SB, VDD PCIE and VDDR voltages or should I just go about increasing the CPU voltage some more?
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