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post #11 of 40
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Okay it just crash again right now after like few minutes. I'll tried to incrementally increase voltage by little bit each time to see if I can get stable voltage.
post #12 of 40
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Where can I find the memory controller in the BIOS? And How much voltages should I raised the memory controller by?
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If you need to bump the ram voltage to get the advertised speed then you have a bum kit. The ram itself should be wholly capable of running at it's given specs. If you were unstable at the rated specs then I would say you need to do more testing. But since bumping the actually vram stabilized the system we can conclude the kit itself is not up to par.

Yea what's what I thought too so I think OP should maybe return them and get some Corsairs lol

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That board and CPU should handle DDR3-2400. I seriously doubt it is faulty RAM though, just a setting issue.

1) you will need to manually set all of the timings, not just the ones you already set (if AMP and XMP both fail to work)
2) use 1.65v on the RAM.
3) use 1.35v on the CPU-NB.
Edited by damric - 3/27/14 at 6:29pm
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Might have to set the command rate at 2T.

What is your CPU/NB voltage setting?
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That board and CPU should handle DDR3-2400. I seriously doubt it is faulty RAM though, just a setting issue.

1) you will need to manually set all of the timings, not just the ones you already set (if AMP and XMP both fail to work)
2) use 1.65v on the RAM.
3) use 1.35v on the CPU-NB.
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Might have to set the command rate at 2T.

What is your CPU/NB voltage setting?

Right now I've got DRAM voltage set at 1.57v+ and it seems stable haven't crash yet. It seems anything below 1.57v it will crash so yeah.

CPU/NB is set at AUTO. Are you talking about the Vcore? The Vcore is 1.380v.
Edited by oo2k15 - 3/27/14 at 6:51pm
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Right now I've got DRAM voltage set at 1.57v+ and it seems stable haven't crash yet. It seems anything below 1.57v it will crash so yeah.

CPU/NB is set at AUTO. Are you talking about the Vcore? The Vcore is 1.380v.

You are never going to get your system tuned if you are set to auto. Well I guess you could tune your system to default jedec like that rolleyes.gif
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Tuning or overclockimg your system is one thing but your RAM should work with XMP without any sort of tweaking otherwise you're not getting what you paid for.

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Tuning or overclockimg your system is one thing but your RAM should work with XMP without any sort of tweaking otherwise you're not getting what you paid for.

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You might know what you were talking about if this was an Intel platform.
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I just want my damn advertised speed of 2133mhz that I purchased for.
First, you have to now what you are purchasing or how to utilize it. The RAM works, it's just the user does not know how to make it work.

Word of advice, when building your own systems, read lots of information spread around the net on OCing and stability. After that, figure out what your CPU and Mobo are capable of before you post that your "RAM is not working as advertised", because your RAm does work as advertised, it's most likely your system, that, or your lack of knowledge in building and stabilizing PC's that is getting in the way of your RAM running, OC'ed, at 2133MHz.
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