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Poll Results: How many years have you owned your X58 - Tylersburg platofrm?

 
  • 9% (44)
    More than 1 year
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    More than 2 years
  • 8% (40)
    More than 3 years
  • 11% (51)
    More than 4 years
  • 24% (112)
    More than 5 years
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post #7021 of 12438
Quote:
Originally Posted by Kana-Maru View Post

What makes you think it's the RAM that's not getting enough voltage? What have you tested to determine that?

Check here for voltages:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1489955/official-x58-xeon-club/6500#post_24545518

I think you should add this to the first post.

I am getting BSOD about memory. Win10 BSOD is so different then win7.
I run prime95 and it crashes at least 30 minutes in.
post #7022 of 12438
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Well you should make sure the system is stable before overclocking RAM or feeling the need to add voltage. Downclock your RAM to a setting that you know is stable with 9-9-9-24 2T [below 1.66v]. Test your system to ensure that it isn't RAM. This will ensure that it isn't your CPU or another setting in the BIOS that needs to be increased\decreased. If your CPU is fine then slowly start to increase your RAM frequency and test.
    
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post #7023 of 12438
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Well you should make sure the system is stable before overclocking RAM or feeling the need to add voltage. Downclock your RAM to a setting that you know is stable with 9-9-9-24 2T [below 1.66v]. Test your system to ensure that it isn't RAM. This will ensure that it isn't your CPU or another setting in the BIOS that needs to be increased\decreased. If your CPU is fine then slowly start to increase your RAM frequency and test.

My RAM is 3 sets of this. 1866Mhz.
I set the latency to the 9-10-9-28-2N. Since these are 1.5v, I set vdimm to 1.5v.

I already did a memtest so they are fine.
post #7024 of 12438
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My RAM is 3 sets of this. 1866Mhz.
I set the latency to the 9-10-9-28-2N. Since these are 1.5v, I set vdimm to 1.5v.
I already did a memtest so they are fine.

What frequency are you trying to run? What voltages are you trying to use when the PC fails prime 95.
    
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post #7025 of 12438
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What frequency are you trying to run? What voltages are you trying to use when the PC fails prime 95.

Doesnt really matter. Just want my cpu to get to 4.0Ghz,

So right now:
blck: 182
Multiplier:22
vcore: 1.2750
QPI/Vtt: 1.235

Running Prime right now about 2 and a half hour in.
Highest temp 80C.
post #7026 of 12438
What are your QPI PLL and IOH voltages at?
     
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post #7027 of 12438
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What are your QPI PLL and IOH voltages at?
QPI/PLL: 1.8
IOH: Auto
vdimm: 1.5

btw, I might push it to 4.4 when I get a new cooler, but most likely wont happened until spring break or summer break.
post #7028 of 12438
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QPI/PLL: 1.8
IOH: Auto
vdimm: 1.5

btw, I might push it to 4.4 when I get a new cooler, but most likely wont happened until spring break or summer break.

Try setting both your QPI PLL & IOH to 1.2v
     
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Try setting both your QPI PLL & IOH to 1.2v

According to this, Kana-Maru said
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CPU PLL = 1.8v. Leave it alone. CPU PLL kills CPUs quicker than the Vcore. Yes you can push it all the way to 2.50v, but why would you even want to get close to 2.0v.

IOH Voltage: You'll want this below 1.18v. No higher than 1.3v. Ideally as I said you'll want it at or below 1.18v. Best bet = AUTO.
IOH PCIE Voltage: Below 1.60v. Damage can occur above 1.68v. Best bet = AUTO.
post #7030 of 12438
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Originally Posted by TLCH723 View Post

Doesnt really matter. Just want my cpu to get to 4.0Ghz,

So right now:
blck: 182
Multiplier:22
vcore: 1.2750
QPI/Vtt: 1.235

Running Prime right now about 2 and a half hour in.
Highest temp 80C.

Yes it matters. So you are trying to run 1866Mhz? You need to get those temps below 75 for starters. 80c is pretty much the max and pretty hot.

Increase your QPI\VTT 1.32v if you are trying to run 1866Mhz DRAM voltage 1.5v.

If that isn't stable then increase your DRAM voltage to 1.65v [max] for testing purposes. Of course the timings will be 9-10-9-28-2N for 1866Mhz.

I don't think the IOH or IOH PCIe isn't the problem and I'd just set to AUTO in this case and let the BIOS\MB worry about that.
Edited by Kana-Maru - 2/3/16 at 6:17pm
    
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