Originally Posted by dVeLoPe
^^ so your saying i should spend 100$ on another 4x4gb kit for a total of 8 sticks because it gives better performance?
I wouldn't mix two kits. If you want to use 8 dimms, get a single 8 dimm kit. The difference with a full house is not a lot and whether it is worth the cost is a decision only you can make.
Originally Posted by TechXero
Dude, like I said, even before I messed with Bios I had BSODs. I dunno what's going on. Make an image of my drives what do you mean ? And I told you result, well I got stuck at DRAM Timings you said to change first 5.. to what ? I did not understand. Please note you talking to a first timer here.
your ram comes preprogrammed with an XMP profile. In many cases these profiles are good, in others they are not. the first 5 values are the CAS or CL, tRCD, tRP, tRAS and comand rate (CR or T). You need to manually enter these while in Bios, not AI Suite.
It seems that you are changing the settings I suggested in AI Suite (eg, you have a dram voltage of 1.365, but a VTTddr of 0.6V (which should be 1 half og Dram voltage). You really need ot enter bios to do this the right way. If that is not something you are comfortable with, best to just use AIS to Auto tune your system and then enjoy it.
My earlier reply was triggered by questions completely tangential to the overclocking question. Loading a file from a remote NAS or network drive is a different issue that we can deal with once the system is stable. So...
Once you get the settings entered as suggested post back with a 30 minute run of AID64 so I can see the voltages and temperatures. Like Raja did here