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Do you have the latest BIOS for the motherboard? You may need an upgrade to support the new CPU properly.

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Ivy is probably running more aggressive latency settings, which may require the memory to need more voltage. Timings are subjective to the IMC you are dealing with. You cannot equally compare the same RAM speed and timings using different IMC's..  unless you plan on highlighting the differences in the IMC and not the RAM.

 

*I would use Maxxmem and/or Aida to measure latency and bandwidth to see better details on what your settings are doing for each.

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Originally Posted by timisyourfriend View Post

Do you have the latest BIOS for the motherboard? You may need an upgrade to support the new CPU properly.

Cheers
Yeah been running latest non-beta bios since my sandy bridge frown.gif
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Originally Posted by CL3P20 View Post

Ivy is probably running more aggressive latency settings, which may require the memory to need more voltage. Timings are subjective to the IMC you are dealing with. You cannot equally compare the same RAM speed and timings using different IMC's.. unless you plan on highlighting the differences in the IMC and not the RAM.

*I would use Maxxmem and/or Aida to measure latency and bandwidth to see better details on what your settings are doing for each.

when i get back home i will do this and see
i dont remember if i tried 1.65 to boot or not, either way if its higher then 1.65 im too scared to run 2133 biggrin.gif
  
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