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post #271 of 2071
Ok, I managed to get 2666 to boot manually with 15-15-15-35 2T, but it crashed within 2 minutes of memory testing via Intel Extreme Tuning's memory stress test.

As soon as it rebooted I got the same long beep followed by 3 short beeps.
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post #272 of 2071
Try and press the "MemOK" button at the board to set full compatibility mode for ram dimms . Write here the model no. of your memory to check if they are at the QVL list. Certainly its a memory problem, not sure though what exactly causing them to not cooperate with the XMP profile.
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Try and press the "MemOK" button at the board to set full compatibility mode for ram dimms . Write here the model no. of your memory to check if they are at the QVL list. Certainly its a memory problem, not sure though what exactly causing them to not cooperate with the XMP profile.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231798

That's the memory I'm using and it should be on the QVL list. I'll have to try MemOK tomorrow, since it's 4AM and I'm getting cross eyed.
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post #274 of 2071
Oh my fault. You mentioned one long and THREE beeps code so its not the memory but the VGA not installed correctly or is faulty. One long and two short beeps is for ram.
Try to install the vga again and clean the gold finger of the card.
post #275 of 2071
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Oh my fault. You mentioned one long and THREE beeps code so its not the memory but the VGA not installed correctly or is faulty. One long and two short beeps is for ram.
Try to install the vga again and clean the gold finger of the card.

If it's the VGA, why does it only have issues restarting when I enable a higher memory speed? I'm not saying it isn't the VGA, but it's kind of odd that's the only time that error crops up.
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post #276 of 2071
Starting testing a bunch of different settings. It seems the issue is running RAM at 2666 while the CPU is running at 4.3Ghz (1.21v). It will run the Intel Extreme Tuning memory stress test if one or the other is set, but not both. I'm going to really disappointed if I got a junk CPU.
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post #277 of 2071
Don't rush. Since your ram is indeed at the qvl list i suggest to try different options.
Try to re-seat your cpu. Meaning to remove the cooler and the cpu very gently don't touch the downside of the cpu. Check if everything is ok at the pins of the oc socket just in case and then re seat your cpu. Try to put it to a static free environment til you re seat it.
The possibility of bad cpu is very low.
Nevertheless i cannot understand why a xmp memory problem has a gpu related beep code.
And one thing is for sure, beep codes never lie.
But if you want to run the memory at highest speeds without cpu oc you shouldn't use xmp. Because xmp uses the memory controller of the cpu to run at advertised speeds. You must choose manually the speed of your ram and leave the strap of the cpu at 100.
post #278 of 2071
Well I reseated the GPU and haven't had the beeps pop up again (never had that issue in all the computers I've built before). I've been able to get XMP to work at stock CPU settings, and I've been able to get the CPU up to 4.3Ghz at 1.21v at stock memory settings, but I can't seem to get them to function together either with a 100 strap or a 125 strap.

Here's the settings I'm using:

Adaptive and manual both tested
CPU core voltage - 1.21v
CPU multiplier - 43
CPU strap - Auto (defaults to 100)
memory multiplier - 2666
memory voltage - 1.2v
eventual voltage - auto and 1.2v tested.

I've tried 36 - 40 cpu multipliers and somewhere between 38 and 40 it will lock up the computer to the point that hitting the reset button doesn't even reset it (takes several presses, eventually it works). This only occurs with memory set to 2666 at higher than 38-40 cpu multi.
Edited by pocketdrummer - 10/8/15 at 3:12pm
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post #279 of 2071
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Well I reseated the GPU and haven't had the beeps pop up again (never had that issue in all the computers I've built before). I've been able to get XMP to work at stock CPU settings, and I've been able to get the CPU up to 4.3Ghz at 1.21v at stock memory settings, but I can't seem to get them to function together either with a 100 strap or a 125 strap.

Here's the settings I'm using:

Adaptive and manual both tested
CPU core voltage - 1.21v
CPU multiplier - 43
CPU strap - Auto (defaults to 100)
memory multiplier - 2666
memory voltage - 1.2v
eventual voltage - auto and 1.2v tested.

I've tried 36 - 40 cpu multipliers and somewhere between 38 and 40 it will lock up the computer to the point that hitting the reset button doesn't even reset it (takes several presses, eventually it works). This only occurs with memory set to 2666 at higher than 38-40 cpu multi.

Don't forget, with higher memory multipliers you will need to increase VCCSA and play with the cache voltage too.

I would push VCCSA up to 1.16, Cache v up to 1.25 for the moment.

CPU Input voltage i'd put that at 1.88v atm too.
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post #280 of 2071
What bios are you guys running? I just noticed, in shock, that i'm still on the first release 0213. I remember updating to the latest version i could find first thing when i got the board installed but guess not...

Everything is running perfect though and i'm scared to update. Did anyone find any notable improvement with the later bioses?
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