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And just because I love my 2 sequential sets tongue.gif

So do I !!!





Didn't test it on BE yet.

doh.gif

In R4E they were played 2400 9-11-9-27 1.65v 24/7.

2400 8-11-8-28 1.74v for benchs.
post #6852 of 14858
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I'm pretty sure you are definately not going to find many new PSC 2gb sticks unless they've been buried and resurfaced or in G.Skills vaults.
(seen some sets replaced on rma)

If you can find them on ebay, these 2000-2200 mhz 2x2gb kits sell for upwards of $150 easily. Of course any of these need to be oc'd for 2400mhz speeds.

And just because I love my 2 sequential sets tongue.gif


Not many, for sure, but I know that there are some out there.
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Increase VCCSA if it is happeing on the higher FFTs. If the CPU is overclocked, then look at Vcore as well (your post does not state CPU type or what frequency the system is running at).

Sorry to forget metioning that frown.gif

Its an 4960X as CPU an its not really OC

I have made some screens of the Settings I made in BIOS and a Tempure/VCore Screenshot in Windows to show the Values should be more than enough to keep it stable (I know VCore and Memory Voltage values are a bit higher than normal but just for testing to be sure it isnt those voltages)

http://xrubiconx.de/pix/RIVBE/windows.png
http://xrubiconx.de/pix/RIVBE/bios_01.png
http://xrubiconx.de/pix/RIVBE/bios_02.png
http://xrubiconx.de/pix/RIVBE/bios_03.png

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post #6854 of 14858
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Sorry to forget metioning that frown.gif

Its an 4960X as CPU an its not really OC

I have made some screens of the Settings I made in BIOS and a Tempure/VCore Screenshot in Windows to show the Values should be more than enough to keep it stable (I know VCore and Memory Voltage values are a bit higher than normal but just for testing to be sure it isnt those voltages)

http://xrubiconx.de/pix/RIVBE/windows.png
http://xrubiconx.de/pix/RIVBE/bios_01.png
http://xrubiconx.de/pix/RIVBE/bios_02.png
http://xrubiconx.de/pix/RIVBE/bios_03.png

Show high should I/can I go with VCCSA?

Ha, 1.3V VCCSA? try going with 0.950 V, and take a DIFFERENT approach. If you have a chip like mine (and I think many do), then setting voltages too high will case slightly increased power consumption, and might trigger OCP.
post #6855 of 14858
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Not many, for sure, but I know that there are some out there.
I have both flare and pis set for saved search and have seen less than a dozen sets offered for sale in the past 2 years. All used. In fact if you are interest, check out the ram fan club here on OCN. If you can find new ones, I'd be happy to eat crow.
    
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I have both flare and pis set for saved search and have seen less than a dozen sets offered for sale in the past 2 years. All used. In fact if you are interest, check out the ram fan club here on OCN. If you can find new ones, I'd be happy to eat crow.

G.Skill is the only company that sold PSC?

LuLz.


I have no doubt that most high-binned PSC is gone, but I think that there are other older sets that can do as well. Of course, there definitely could be none...

At the same time, I can still buy Elpidia Hypers.

I have Mushkin, G.Skill Flare, and Exceleram PSC myself.
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G.Skill is the only company that sold PSC?

LuLz.


I have no doubt that most high-binned PSC is gone, but I think that there are other older sets that can do as well. Of course, there definitely could be none...

At the same time, I can still buy Elpidia Hypers.

I have Mushkin, G.Skill Flare, and Exceleram PSC myself.
Lol. Yes, I'm laughing too at how condescending you always seems to be to whom ever does anything but agree with everything you say.
Of course there are other manufact. That used PSC, but Gskill seem to have the most out there and most prominent.
    
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So who wants to sell theirs...? wink.gif
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Known PSC based memory


ADATA:

PC3-16000 XPG Gaming Series 9-9-9-24 AX3U2000GB2G9-2G

Corsair:

Corsair Rev 7.1A Dominator GT (CMT, probably CMG too) | 1600 6-8-6 -> 2150 8-10-8
Corsair Dominator CMD4GX3M2B1600C8 Rev 7.1

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G.Skill Pi
G.Skill Flares
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PC3-19200 PIS 9-11-9-28 F3-19200CL9D-4GBPIS
PC3-20000 Trident 9-11-9-28 F3-20000CL9D-4GBTDS

GEIL:

PC3-16000 EVO TWO 6-9-6-24 GET34GB2000C6DC

Mushkin:

PC3-12800 Redline 6-8-6-24 998805
PC3-12800 Redline 6-8-6-24 996805
PC3-12800 Redline Copperhead 6-8-6-24 998831

Mach Xtreme (MX Technology)

Mach Xtreme Armor X 1600MHz CL8 | 1600 8-8-8 -> 1800 9-9-9

Transcend:

PC3-19200 aXeRAM 9-11-9-28 TX2400KLU-4GK

http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?260358-PSC-based-memory-list
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Originally Posted by xRuBiCoNx View Post

Sorry to forget metioning that frown.gif

Its an 4960X as CPU an its not really OC

I have made some screens of the Settings I made in BIOS and a Tempure/VCore Screenshot in Windows to show the Values should be more than enough to keep it stable (I know VCore and Memory Voltage values are a bit higher than normal but just for testing to be sure it isnt those voltages)

http://xrubiconx.de/pix/RIVBE/windows.png
http://xrubiconx.de/pix/RIVBE/bios_01.png
http://xrubiconx.de/pix/RIVBE/bios_02.png
http://xrubiconx.de/pix/RIVBE/bios_03.png

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Are you still using a single memory module? Try a different channel if so.

With the settings you have there, almost inclined to think something else is causing your issues. Clear CMOS, just set 180% OCP - do not change anything else. Don't even enable XMP. See if you still get shutdown~resets with no BSOD.
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