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RAM help, Corsair dominator platinum 2133 1.5 C9 v4.13 Samsung chip

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recently began overclocking my ram, have had experience with Processors and Graphics cards, but really never invested in RAM until recently... got my beautiful new corsair sticks, did a little research and began overclocking

(Corsair dominator platinum 2133 9-11-10-27 1.5v version 4.13)

I first went from 21.33 to 2200 no change to timings or voltages.. success!

added a little voltage 1.65 from 1.5... and turned the XMP on with bclck of 103.25 with an end result of 2270 on stock timings (9-11-10) 27
again, success!

from there.. I tried to get 2400+xmp.... and I am struggling with it... I ran for several days with timings 10-12-11-30 at 2400+xmp (2466 i think)

I thought I was happy and things were a lot faster, was scoring faster times on BM's etc....

and then today I booted up, and after a few minutes of running I got a blue screen memory dump crash... tried tweaking and getting a happy setting with the 2400, but I kept getting blue screens...

I went back to stock ram clock and timings, and took off the XMP

now things are running fine, still same CPU overclock, and Graphics overclock... so I am fairly certain the issue causing crashes was in fact the RAM

current:
http://valid.canardpc.com/q1mese
now here I am hoping for help!!
Edited by i5insky - 9/6/13 at 12:59pm
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Which CPU are you using? Not all Ivy Bridge memory controllers can run memory at 1200MHz fully stable, especially non-K stuff.
Could you also post a MemTweakIt screenshot of your unstable settings? The board could incorrectly set some of the subtiming values.
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