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post #141 of 1884
@superstition222 yeah ur right, i guess i totally blanked on that aspect. i was excited for the edram but got blinded by the fact that i wasn't running one part the way it used to be.
post #142 of 1884
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Originally Posted by MasterGamma12 View Post

I'm running some old 1366 Kingston DDR3 1600 mhz 1.65 volt memory in my 5775c without any issues.

I have DDR3 that can run at 1600 at 1.35V 9-9-9-24 T1. (And ASUS BIOS in RIV BE utterly hates it. It always tries to put 1.7 V in some situations when I leave voltage on auto.)
Perhaps you should think about something like that if you want to play with RAM.
post #143 of 1884
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Originally Posted by Raghar View Post

I have DDR3 that can run at 1600 at 1.35V 9-9-9-24 T1. (And ASUS BIOS in RIV BE utterly hates it. It always tries to put 1.7 V in some situations when I leave voltage on auto.)
Perhaps you should think about something like that if you want to play with RAM.
My Gigabyte board with an i5 750 runs fine with 1.35V RAM and that's an old 45nm Lynnfield system.
post #144 of 1884
i'm not listening to anyone anymore lol. i just loaded optimized defaults and everything was broken. i'm keeping it at 4.3 with the voltage. everything is happy this way
post #145 of 1884
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Originally Posted by navjack27 View Post

i'm not listening to anyone anymore lol. i just loaded optimized defaults and everything was broken. i'm keeping it at 4.3 with the voltage. everything is happy this way
What do you mean? If your RAM is rated for 1.65V then more than likely the only way it will run at 1.5 is if you use slower settings.

If the RAM is, for instance, rated 2133 for 1.65V you should be able to run it at 1600 CAS 8 at 1.5. However, testing is the only way to know for sure unless your RAM has an XMP profile that lets you use it at a lower voltage and lower speed.
post #146 of 1884
i can't explain myself correctly right now, i'm just dead mentally, long day. i've had issues with using automatic settings before on this motherboard. it won't ever load like STOCK settings it just does whatever asus considers "stock".
post #147 of 1884
Take some Vengeance LP @ 1.35V / 1600MHz / CL9. I'm using this on my system (The White one which fits my absolutely stunning white scheme). Pretty nice kit. MHz doesn't make much difference. Just in synthetic benchmarks. The timings are more important for me and CL9 is descent.
Edited by BorisDG - 2/7/16 at 8:59am
post #148 of 1884
Hey Guys I’m having a problem with my build, I got a 5775C and was installing a Win 10 update when the PC crashed and started again, what happened now is that it’s crashing no matter what I do, the screen goes black and the cursor moves to the center without moving.

I tried installing Win 10 again in both my SSD and another HDD and both drives are giving me the same error even after a clean install on both drives.
I removed a RAM stick which is giving me problems also and even with the good stick it crashes the same way.

Problem is it crashes in 1 or 2 minutes after being on Windows, but at logging screen or staying in BIOS it doesn’t give any problem and can hold up for several minutes, no crash found yet. Because of this downloading and installing the drivers is giving me problems cause of the lack of time to do that stuff before crashing. The CPU temps are fine also, doesn’t go over 42C.
Any explanation on what could be the problem? Could it be that the latest Win 10 build is causing trouble?
Thank you!
post #149 of 1884
I'm with latest Win 10 build on my HTPC where 5775C sits and I don't have any problems. So for me it's not Win10 related.
post #150 of 1884
check ur bios. make sure ur not using xmp. reset ur settings to auto. dont change ur cache speed.... it could be any number of things. one telling thing is that intel only lists ONE motherboard as supported. yes, motherboard manufacturers might list this cpu as supported with bios update, but its just weird that intel won't also list the same boards. i'm actually buying that board to test out and see if its more stable with it then my current z97-a
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