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G.Skill Trident X DDR3-2400 and VCCIO

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Hey folks, I got a set of Trident X DDR3-2400 (this stuff) and I'm working on some different speed/timings/voltage combinations.

I've got these on a Sabertooth Z77 and they boot up at stock settings no problem and Memtest and Prime95 blend check out OK. The only concern I have is about the VCCIO that I need for 2400 MHz. My board doesn't actually show a VCCIO setting in the BIOS, it just shows VCCSA. I've done some reading on this and it sounds like it's fully automatic and/or it's somehow tied in to the VCCSA setting but I'm not 100% sure on this. Either way, I just want to know where the VCCIO is at so I don't kill my CPU. I've tried using software to get the reading with AIDA64, HWMonitor Pro, and AI Suite II and no dice - none of these show a reading for this.

Any ideas on how to get the VCCIO reading? Any advice on this is much appreciated. smile.gif
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Enable XMP and the system should work fine. You do not need to set VCCIO, only VCCSA

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@ OP can you take few screenshots of your bios (F12/Fat32 stick ),I'm sure you have it ,could be VTT

EDIT ;open up AI Suite ,it will show

Edited by coolhandluke41 - 5/24/13 at 12:12pm
    
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@ OP can you take few screenshots of your bios (F12/Fat32 stick ),I'm sure you have it ,could be VTT

EDIT ;open up AI Suite ,it will show

Yeah I'll get some screen shots when I get home.

Also, I'll have another look at AI Suite, but I'm sure nothing came up when I checked the sensors.

Thanks for the suggestions so far, guys. smile.gif
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So it looks like there is indeed no adjustment for VCCIO in the BIOS. I also don't get any reading for it in software. Here's a few pictures...







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post #6 of 6
try switching to fixed mode instead of offset ,also look under CPU power or DIGI power ,the Suite shows temps in your screen -change sensor,try latest bios
sorry man I got rid off my Gene and now i don't remember rolleyes.gif
Edited by coolhandluke41 - 5/24/13 at 11:28pm
    
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