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Worked like a charm, thanks! smile.gif
I tried those voltages from +0.1 to +0.18 and it certainly took more time for the memtest to get errors, but the problem still persists. The only thing that stopped the errors altogether was to drop memory clock from 1600MHz to 1333MHz or 1400MHz. Also I took a little video from the BIOS, I will upload it at some point.

EDIT: What is the CPU-Z northbridge value? I thought it was for ringbus frequency but I've set ringbus to 3.4GHz and in the CPU-Z it says 4GHz for northbridge.

Have you looked into the possibility that you may have bad memory?

If you can not get those modules to ran at 1600Mhz you your memory might be bad, especially since you say you're getting memtest errors. On the other hand, anything past 1600MHz could also cause problems as they're only rated to 1600MHz.

Anyway look into the possibility that your memory is bad or going bad.
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Try just setting 16.00 divider without xmp and then only set xmp and not tge divider.
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Try just setting 16.00 divider without xmp and then only set xmp and not tge divider.

Could you elaborate?
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Have you looked into the possibility that you may have bad memory?

If you can not get those modules to ran at 1600Mhz you your memory might be bad, especially since you say you're getting memtest errors. On the other hand, anything past 1600MHz could also cause problems as they're only rated to 1600MHz.

Anyway look into the possibility that your memory is bad or going bad.

I ran memtest on every stick individually before posting. Also the sticks have been running for two and half years without problems.

If I remove two sticks everything works just fine.
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Could you elaborate?
I ran memtest on every stick individually before posting. Also the sticks have been running for two and half years without problems.

If I remove two sticks everything works just fine.

So basically if you set XMP without setting the multiplier, it should set everything you need. but if you engage the multiplier(change from auto to 16x) then it will disregard XMP timings even if XMP is engaged. You can try both ways. I woudl manually set DRAM voltage to 1.65v or whatever it is and manually increase the SystemAgent, VCCSAIO, and VCCIOD
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post #1555 of 1890
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So basically if you set XMP without setting the multiplier, it should set everything you need. but if you engage the multiplier(change from auto to 16x) then it will disregard XMP timings even if XMP is engaged. You can try both ways. I woudl manually set DRAM voltage to 1.65v or whatever it is and manually increase the SystemAgent, VCCSAIO, and VCCIOD

I tried that already. Also the stock voltage for the sticks is 1.5V. I tried running 16x, manual timings, 1.55V for the RAM and 1.8V for the system agent, digital and analog. Didn't work. I think I'll just sell half of my RAM and maybe even overclock the two sticks I'll have left. I can't remember the last time I needed over 8GB of RAM.
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Could you elaborate?
I ran memtest on every stick individually before posting. Also the sticks have been running for two and half years without problems.

If I remove two sticks everything works just fine.

I had some Corsair GT modules suddenly go after 2 years;. It happens. Ironically I had the same issue... memory wouldn't run past 1066. Corsair wound up replacing them without issue.

Anyway my point is things happen.
Edited by sygnus21 - 3/27/14 at 5:12pm
post #1557 of 1890
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I had some Corsair GT modules suddenly go after 2 years;. It happens. Ironically I had the same issue... memory wouldn't run past 1066. Corsair wound up replacing them without issue.

Anyway my point is things happen.

I understand but as I said, the first thing I did was I tested each memory stick in different motherboard slot to cover all the slots and sticks. The RAM is just fine.
post #1558 of 1890
First steps with M5





post #1559 of 1890
Nice biggrin.gif

Ram (2400mhz) is super unstable with F8 bios (sniper M5). Blue screen here and there. No way to use this bios with my ram.

With F8C beta, there is a lot more stability, still not perfect.

I wonder when this z87 boards will get stability and usability.
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Originally Posted by trihy View Post

Nice biggrin.gif

Ram (2400mhz) is super unstable with F8 bios (sniper M5). Blue screen here and there. No way to use this bios with my ram.

With F8C beta, there is a lot more stability, still not perfect.

I wonder when this z87 boards will get stability and usability.

Speaking of the devil, which bios are you guys using?

I'm getting super slow boot up times with F8, like 40 seconds only for the Windows logo with a SSD. I think this started after bios update but I'm not sure.
Edited by Tuxi - 4/6/14 at 12:47am
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