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What did you have LLC on? I've tried to leave both LLC and vcore on auto, but that gave me a BSOD when I ran IBT on max for a few rounds.

I have my LLC on auto, i have my current capacity at 140%. Voltage is offset mode and on auto, turbo boost is set to 4.5.Those are the settings I have been running. Which code are you getting during your bsod? Double check to make sure your memory settings are correct.
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I have my LLC on auto, i have my current capacity at 140%. Voltage is offset mode and on auto, turbo boost is set to 4.5.Those are the settings I have been running. Which code are you getting during your bsod? Double check to make sure your memory settings are correct.

Here is the error I got:

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Here is the error I got:

my little error list says,

0x0A = unstable RAM/IMC, increase QPI first, if that doesn't work increase vcore
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my little error list says,
0x0A = unstable RAM/IMC, increase QPI first, if that doesn't work increase vcore
Correct thumb.gif
But too high VTT also can cause this BSOD.
For TS : usually VTT 1.10v or 1.15v at max is for 2400MHz or more speed RAM. If TS use 2700K which is only max at 2133MHz for RAM then I recommend use VTT only 1.05 - 1.08 Volt.
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Correct thumb.gif
But too high VTT also can cause this BSOD.
For TS : usually VTT 1.10v or 1.15v at max is for 2400MHz or more speed RAM. If TS use 2700K which is only max at 2133MHz for RAM then I recommend use VTT only 1.05 - 1.08 Volt.

no, you use what your chip wants for vccio. it also depends on how many dimms you run. 4 sticks need more vccio than 2 sticks. i used 1.125v on vccio and ramv at 1.525v for 2 sticks of corsair crap vengeance. combined with a pll voltage of 1.71v i ran my vcore offset .010-.015v lower.
im now using 1.4375v for vccio and +.015v offset, which is +.010 higher, to run 4 sticks of ram
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no, you use what your chip wants for vccio. it also depends on how many dimms you run. 4 sticks need more vccio than 2 sticks. i used 1.125v on vccio and ramv at 1.525v for 2 sticks of corsair crap vengeance. combined with a pll voltage of 1.71v i ran my vcore offset .010-.015v lower.
im now using 1.4375v for vccio and +.015v offset, which is +.010 higher, to run 4 sticks of ram
Yes if TS use all full slot RAM, but no need to max out VCCIO if TS only use 2 slot of RAM. Unfortunately TS didn't say if he use 2 slot or full slot of RAM.
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Yes if TS use all full slot RAM, but no need to max out VCCIO if TS only use 2 slot of RAM. Unfortunately TS didn't say if he use 2 slot or full slot of RAM.

I am using 4x4GB Corsair Vengeance 1600MHz RAM. What do you suggest? VCCIO 1.1v? smile.gif
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I am using 4x4GB Corsair Vengeance 1600MHz RAM. What do you suggest? VCCIO 1.1v? smile.gif
Good to know your DIMM configuration at last wink.gif yup with all full DIMM's slot you need higher VCCIO up to 1.1volt ... but try lower first like 1.09v if failed then up again step by step untill 1.1volt. Remember vcore also needed to be raised if still got error.
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i used 1.1v i believe when i first got 4 sticks though it may have been 1.125v i cant remember. that was a typo up there. im using 1.14375 not 1.4 on vccio. up to 1.2 is safe and some use 1.25v but that may be short term for benching. if you overclock your ram youre going to need more vccio plus more vcore. thats why i went from +.005 vcore to +.015 and up to the 1.14375v for vccio going from 1600mhz to 1866mhz on my ram.
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hello i'm here just to clear something up. AI suite is not crap or junk infact its better than coretemp crap and all of those junk programs so dont pay any attention to these guys. also i use to use gigabyte easytune and it was like all the rest crapy for software clocking but good for temps and fan control. these guys are all nuts if they tell you something is not a good or accurate program. Finally your temps should not be 123 degrees ever so find out what doing this and stop it from leting it get that hot. peace man and good luck:)
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