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post #6121 of 19539
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Originally Posted by jameyscott View Post

Initial VRIN is for start up and should be left on Auto for most cases. Eventual VRIN is for post-boot and is the setting you want to actually change. This seems to be a ASUS only thing, so if someone is experiencing non-post errors, then just upping the only VRIN setting should help. Although, I haven't had any issues with posts even with low VRIN. If the board is not posting, it might indicate another issue such as death of CPU, bad RAM, etc etc.

Yeah, the only time i've ever had the OC failed msg come up on my MSI board is a dodgy ram OC.
post #6122 of 19539
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Originally Posted by jameyscott View Post

Initial VRIN is for start up and should be left on Auto for most cases. Eventual VRIN is for post-boot and is the setting you want to actually change. This seems to be a ASUS only thing, so if someone is experiencing non-post errors, then just upping the only VRIN setting should help. Although, I haven't had any issues with posts even with low VRIN. If the board is not posting, it might indicate another issue such as death of CPU, bad RAM, etc etc.

Initial and Eventual VRIN is specific only to ROG boards I believe, as I've seen no such options in the TUF bios. For my gryphon z87, I only ever fiddled with SVID Voltage Overide (Asus TUF terminology for VRIN, apparently)
post #6123 of 19539
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Originally Posted by jameyscott View Post

Initial VRIN is for start up and should be left on Auto for most cases. Eventual VRIN is for post-boot and is the setting you want to actually change. This seems to be a ASUS only thing, so if someone is experiencing non-post errors, then just upping the only VRIN setting should help. Although, I haven't had any issues with posts even with low VRIN. If the board is not posting, it might indicate another issue such as death of CPU, bad RAM, etc etc.
sorry, i misread, i thought he was complaining about post issues when he ups the voltage (and still below 2V)
indeed in vast majority of cases you shouldn't need to touch shadow/initial vrin.
post #6124 of 19539
My RAM OC is stable with 1,76vrin...so just be stabile With 1,8.....i dont know whats wrong with this board...i called MSI but they cant help me...(Bad support in germany)...and they said if its working fine in auto...there is no reason for rma ....***...
post #6125 of 19539
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Originally Posted by Menphisto View Post

My RAM OC is stable with 1,76vrin...so just be stabile With 1,8.....i dont know whats wrong with this board...i called MSI but they cant help me...(Bad support in germany)...and they said if its working fine in auto...there is no reason for rma ....***...

sorry, havent been following this thread too carefully. Have you tried adding a bit of I/O Analog and I/O Digital Voltage to your memory? This might get higher VRIN stable if your system is BSOD'ing due to an insufficient balance of voltage running through your total cpu.

(I'm far from an expert on overclocking haswell hahaha)
post #6126 of 19539
So why not just leave it on auto if it's not causing a problem??? If it ain't broke, don't fix it.
post #6127 of 19539
Because my OC is not 100% stable !!! @ auto
post #6128 of 19539
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Originally Posted by Menphisto View Post

Got these settings 24h prime stable, x264 stable and game stable :
core: 45x @ 1,23vcore (1,22 vid)
vccin: 1,8v
Uncore: 42x @ 1,2v
RAM: 2133mhz

So should i try to lower my uncore Vortage? I think i can can do it with less voltage.......I think !!! Not sure

So what was this post all about just a week ago? And for that reason, i'm out.
post #6129 of 19539
I got the overclock failure , i was asking about first....OC stable but some Boot fail (1,8v is not auto) ....thats The Question
Edited by Menphisto - 11/28/13 at 1:21pm
post #6130 of 19539
When the Boot works, more vrin gives me more stability
Edited by Menphisto - 11/28/13 at 1:18pm
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