Originally Posted by kope
All 4 stick must to be in same color slot (check manual but should be black or blue). other than that 1,3V is to much CPU VCCSA. Forget for "stock" when you are dealing with 3930k
! The cheapest test is to change mouse - there is possibility that you have problem with driver of mouse.
Did you install chip set drivers? (intel inf) -> Sorry but sometimes people forget weary basic things!
For 4 stick of memory you should use CPU VCCSA 1.1V AND in same time CPU VTT 1.1V. Put XMP mode and profile 1 (2133MHz, as it is) . CPU VCore offset voltage put to -15(auto gives some +0.70 and is most probably reason of your trouble). Change CPU Load line calibration to medium, VCCSA Load line calibration change to Regular. With those settings i don't think that you will have any problems. Later you can change multiplier to 42 with same settings and it will be an good starting point for more serious overclock.
U talking to me Like I'm Experienced to Voltage, ......
, will try to understand and change to what u say. and thanks so much for your answer.
Originally Posted by alancsalt
yes. 1.3v is too much. I would set all
settings to default and see if you still have problems before jumping into OCing. Up to you.
For Safety Will start From Default Settings
Originally Posted by kope
Those settings which i advised to him are recommendation's by ASUS representatives and hi will find them in links given here before. also what missing here is is it his cooling system ok? Maybe H100 is not mounted correctly (water block) and i will ASAP get system stable to check this.
P.S. 1.3V is not to much (can go up to 1.4V) but in this case it was caused VTT to rise up to 1.25V which is over 1.2V (max recommended for X79) . General recommendation is to keep equal VCCSA and VTT.
Note : I think I fixed the hanged when moved the rams to the Blue Slots So each 2 on 2 sides and will testing it for 2 days if fix will be very happy for that and about my H100 I'm Sure it's installed Perfectly and I checked it out side in a lot of places of maintaining Hardware. anyway I also using Push & pull System and I found another problem that the 2 Noctua NF-F12 in the Bottom of caller up of CPU sometimes stop working and have to restart them by unplugged the wire and connect it again to the cooler but I still looking for a final fix but now I'm only interesting to get my CPU to 4.7 or 4.8 in stable !! is that possible to my System ? if yes how if not So what is the Higher stable speed for my system.
will get a GPU Soon and not interesting to Over Clocking it as I'll get the that One:
So Please guys still with me and if possible with shots from internet or yours to make the same settings that u mention above, much appreciated your time & help guys
Guys got this Link By google :
Please can u see this One and tell me is that guy doing OK ?Edited by batreky - 11/9/12 at 1:10pm