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What are you getting, no POST, or BSoD?
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What are you getting, no POST, or BSoD?

No post. I got it I think. Changed something and broke it though :-(
post #23 of 33
What are your vCore and VCC voltages?
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What are your vCore and VCC voltages?

These are all the settings I messed with:



post #25 of 33
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With the images I posted, I seem to be stable. Now let's get 2400 MHz to work! rolleyes.gif
post #26 of 33
Good job!

You may not ever get 2400 to work though. I couldn't. Some chips and their memory controllers won't do it... it isn't always up to the motherboard. You might also have to loosen that first timing to CL11 to start and you will very likely have to up some voltages (RAM and VCC).
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Also you can run http://www.maxxpi.net/pages/downloads/maxxmemsup2---preview.php MaxxMem2 to test your memory bandwidth at each of your speeds and timings. You might find a slightly slower speed with tighter timings gives you the same bandwidth.
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post #28 of 33
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Thanks a lot. I'll save 2400 MHz for a rainy day. Good Job team!
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Glad to see it working, hope it's stable. Now if only I could get my RAM to run at 2133...
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post #30 of 33
I've got 32GB of Xtreem TXD316G2400HC10QDC01 and an Extreme6+ with a 7850K. I can't get it past 1866MHz either. I've got it at stock 1.65V. I fried my last Supernova raising RAM voltages, so I'm reluctant to start it again. I'm trying to figure out what to set tCWL to if I have the other settings at 2133MHz, 11-13-13-31.

I tried copying all of the settings in the above images (except for the NB, which I have set to 2000MHz at 1.3V, which is a stable setting when RAM strap is set to 1866MHz). Maybe it's because I'm using 8GB sticks instead of 4GB sticks. Can't figure out if this is because of the 7850, the ASRock board, or the Xtreem sticks.
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