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Do people just have Fuji Poly laying around? I normally only buy what I need lol. Looks like it was a contact issue then, glad you resolved it.

I bought some huge 10cmx10cm squares of it a while back for water blocks, I got several thicknesses. I only have a small amount left but what I bought lasted me for 3-4 years whenever I needed it.
post #3702 of 5761
I'm getting the "Overclocking Failed" message on boot up randomly. I'm 2 hour Prime95 and 6 hour Realbench stable.

Any idea where to look first or is this a "glitch"?
post #3703 of 5761
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Originally Posted by Tennobanzai View Post

I'm getting the "Overclocking Failed" message on boot up randomly. I'm 2 hour Prime95 and 6 hour Realbench stable.

Any idea where to look first or is this a "glitch"?

I would look at your RAM. What are your spec etc...
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I would look at your RAM. What are your spec etc...
My ram specs? I manually inputted them instead of XMP

8gb x 2
3600Mhz 16-16-16-36 at 1.35 volts
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My ram specs? I manually inputted them instead of XMP

8gb x 2
3600Mhz 16-16-16-36 at 1.35 volts

I would bet your ram isnt stable. What are VCCIO and SA voltages. On auto?

Also you could try bumping DRAM voltage a small bit.

Check the memory stability thread in my sig and do some memory stability testing using HCI Memtest or Stressapp. There could be a number is issues with this but running high mem speeds I would put my money on it being that which is causing you trouble.
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I would bet your ram isnt stable. What are VCCIO and SA voltages. On auto?

Also you could try bumping DRAM voltage a small bit.

Check the memory stability thread in my sig and do some memory stability testing using HCI Memtest or Stressapp. There could be a number is issues with this but running high mem speeds I would put my money on it being that which is causing you trouble.
Both VCCIO and SA are set very low. I'm not at home but one is set to around 1.0 and other 1.1.

I haven't tested the memory for stability yet. It's brand new RAM.
post #3707 of 5761
Check the Q-Code displayed when the system fails to POST, this will help you isolate the problem. Assuming it is failing to post that is, the message you are receiving can occur if the system is forcibly shut down.
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Check the Q-Code displayed when the system fails to POST, this will help you isolate the problem. Assuming it is failing to post that is, the message you are receiving can occur if the system is forcibly shut down.
My mobo doesn't come with a post display. The overclocking failed message comes up even if I restart.
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What memory kit? Fill out rig builder or list full system specs.
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What memory kit? Fill out rig builder or list full system specs.
Kit is F4-3600C16D-16GVK.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820232195

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