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After doing a few upgrades, namely my GPU and CPU. My ram is refusing to reach 2400mhz with all 64gb detected. If I lower the frequency to 2133mhz it detects everything just fine, but why settle for that if I paid the extra bit for 2400mhz right? tongue.gif Think you guys can help me troubleshoot this on this board? I am currently using 2 sets of http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231522. Timings are set to the manufacture value and I have digi power options to optimized and 130%. VCSSA at 1.3V. The cpu is a 4960x which I have it oc'd to 4.6ghz@ 1.42v. I would take some screenshots of my bios but I can't seem to find my USB mad.gif Let me know if you guys need any other info to help me troubleshoot this.
You'd have a better chance with a single 64GB kit. Unfortunately even then you might be like me and stuck at 2133mhz. I pushed all the way up to 1.4v VCCSA, 1.7v DIMMS. I could get the 64GB detected eventually but I couldn't pass IBT. We can't all have golden chips. tongue.gif
Try your ram at 2666 CL11 or CL12 1.45 VCCSA and 1.75V DIMMS thumb.gif
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What type of water are you using. Almost looks like calcium( hard water) deposits. Hope you're not using tap water.

I am using distilled water from Target plus 3 drops of copper sulfate and 3 drops of dishwasher liquid per gallon.
I am going to order Feser Base corrosion blocker and IandH silver kill coil from FCPU and use that with the Target distilled water instead of the above. How does that sound?
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What type of water are you using. Almost looks like calcium( hard water) deposits. Hope you're not using tap water.

I am using distilled water from Target plus 3 drops of copper sulfate and 3 drops of dishwasher liquid per gallon.
I am going to order Feser Base corrosion blocker and IandH silver kill coil from FCPU and use that with the Target distilled water instead of the above. How does that sound?
copper sulfate +dishwasher liquid !? wth.gif

Please take your loop apart ,clean all your components (blocks ,RADs) with hot water and use distilled H20 +1~2 drops of PT Nuke better yet since your loop is pretty much disaster right now I would use anty-corrosion coolant first,visit watecooling section if you need help
P.S. use "radiator flash" to clean your RADs followed with distilled,hope you not using aluminium RAds
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3 drops is a bit much, but a lot of people will recommend using a single drop of dish soap as a surfactant to help bleed a loop. I've added a drop before when air bubbles were stuck and wouldn't budge even with the pump maxed out and tilting / flipping / shaking the case. A drop of soap works.

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The sloshing noise is indicative of air still in the system,probably locked in the rad,pulse the pumps on and off to increase the chance of disloging it.
If you are running straight distilled then adding a single drop of dish soap can also help. [...]

more:

http://www.overclock.net/t/615864/dish-soap/

I guess it's possible that using 3x more soap than I've ever seen recommended could have caused gunking issues with the copper sulfate in the loop, but I don't know. I've known many many people to add a single drop of soap to their loop and never heard of it associated with any problems.

I'd suggest posting a new topic in the water cooling section, if you haven't already, asking what that could be, but in any case once you've seen something like that it's time to disassemble the entire loop, especially opening up the blocks, and inspect for any more signs of that crud elsewhere. Clean everything up with some lemon juice or a dilution of vinegar, a soft-bristled tooth brush will help, and when done rinse with distilled/deionized, flush the rads again like you hopefully did when they were new, and put it back together. If it was only those fittings you find that were affected like that then by all means replace them with something different.

As far as the 'Feser Base corrosion blocker and IandH silver kill coil' idea goes, I personally wouldn't go that route, but if you're going to make a post about this in the watercooling section you should bring that up there too.
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I am not done will be getting more screens when I get home from this deployment in July. I will have some significant time off then a year or so without a deployment so I can enjoy surround gaming

God bless you.
   
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I am not done will be getting more screens when I get home from this deployment in July. I will have some significant time off then a year or so without a deployment so I can enjoy surround gaming

God bless you.

LOL, I cannot wait to be done with AFG. I am still trying to figure out what screens to get I dont want to have 3 of the same size I dont have enough desk space
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LOL, I cannot wait to be done with AFG. I am still trying to figure out what screens to get I dont want to have 3 of the same size I dont have enough desk space

Wait for GSync monitors.
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LOL, I cannot wait to be done with AFG. I am still trying to figure out what screens to get I dont want to have 3 of the same size I dont have enough desk space

Wait for GSync monitors.

I dont think that Gsync is going to work with multi monitors
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After a week I got my EK block shipped today!
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After a week I got my EK block shipped today!
I've got mine on the DHL office by tonight biggrin.gif will pick it up tomorrow
but... custom tax is like 40$ itself sigh...
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