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Actually, I believe System Agent voltage only really pertains to BASE CLOCK OC

All of the extreme RAM ocers think otherwise >.>
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Originally Posted by Jedson3614 View Post

Yeah I get that , but my issue really isn't an issue, what I meant was I don't see any real world heat difference like raised temps with my 0.10 +, what I'm asking is do you think i'm harming anything by leaving it alone at 0.10 +? I can simply turn it back to auto but if I don't have to why bother since i'm not really seeing any heat or stability issues in fact its stable, if I turn it back it may not be because my chip sucks, that was my point. Am I harming anything by leaving it to 0.10+ and not back to auto ?

I highly doubt there is any harm leaving it at +0.1. But to be sure on temps, I personally would test with and without
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All of the extreme RAM ocers think otherwise >.>

Maybe I was wrong then. I was pretty sure I heard it was mainly for Base Clock'ing....
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Perhaps you can answer my question then man, as far as sins guide goes, this is the reason I set it slightly lower because my ram isn't really high just 1600 mhz, but I think having that extra little bit helps at 0.10 +!
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I have and see very to little no difference, in fact its the same believe it or not. My ambient room temps are cool enough to really not worry about it. If barley at times maybe a degree higher might occur but its variable.
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What RAM is it? You will likely be able to get it faster
You know, I tried that too but never had any positive results. May revisit that again if I tinker with my ram. One would ASSUME that the increased (although small) SA, IA, IO voltages would mean more heat, but i'm not 100% sure.

If you're sure your ram can/will run at faster speed and timings, yet you still aren't stable, I would def try the +0.1 to each and see if it helps.

Actually, I believe System Agent voltage only really pertains to BASE CLOCK OC, so if you're like me just using the multi, just leave it at stock.

http://www.corsair.com/en/vengeancer-pro-series-8gb-2-x-4gb-ddr3-dram-1866mhz-c9-memory-kit-cmy8gx3m2a1866c9r.html

Speed: 1866MHz
Tested Latency: 9-10-9-27
Voltage: 1.5V
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Its in my rig builder and in fact I believe he linked the ram I have. Except I have 16gb 2 x 8GB
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So it passed 15 rounds having failed one pass (not responding), I gave it a bit more and its sitting now at 1.364 and I think its stable, temps are virtually the same. The driver issue I never had before and I do have a GTX780 in this system, I'll give PCIE 2.0 thing a go see what happens. I got a question tho, when I'm 100% sure I'm stable how can get adaptive on? I tried it but it just BSOD dunno really what setting to put on the offset, any help would be greatly appreciated.
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I would bet you won't be able to run that UNCORE that high. I'd set it to 39x and try the CORE at 46x, 1.3 VCORE.

I'll give it a try.

Update: I got 4.6 stable now. Going to head for 4.7 before the end of the night.
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I think I have a problem with x264 sometimes it just stops responding is that due to the OC? or is the program just screwed up in some way?

When I used this, the only time it simply froze was lack of volts on cache. I could either lower cache multi or raise cache volts and it wouldn't freeze. If something else was off however, it would BSOD.
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yep, hard freezing is almost always unstable cache thumb.gif

to confirm it, you can run Aida64 stress test, with only the "stress cache" box ticked; it should give you the same result as you're seeing in x264
    
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