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If you are trying to overclock the CPU, leave all the others at default (100Mhz BCLK, etc...)...

Correct me if I am wrong as I am in the process of procuring components for my new build (already purchased the 5930k) and I am trying to learn, too, but from my research, it is my understanding that ram from 2800mhz and up automatically changes the BCLK to 125. Are you stating that you still can force the 100 BLCK even with the 3000 ram? I am still debating/researching whether to go with 2666 or 3000 ram sticks.

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Correct me if I am wrong as I am in the process of procuring components for my new build (already purchased the 5930k) and I am trying to learn, too, but from my research, it is my understanding that ram from 2800mhz and up automatically changes the BCLK to 125. Are you stating that you still can force the 100 BLCK even with the 3000 ram? I am still debating/researching whether to go with 2666 or 3000 ram sticks.

Thanks

You do not need to set the baseclock to 125 for those settings. Its just most XMP settings will put your baseclock at 125 when bumping the RAM up.

You can just set the RAM timings/voltage manually to avoid this problem.
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Also finally got around to running Memtest, I ended up moving about a week ago so things were a bit hectic and I didn't have time to mess with my computer.

The ram passed Memtest no problem with XMP settings enabled, and with my manually entered settings. I didn't finish all 10 passes but 8 seemed like enough. [URL=http://imgur.com/98fL2ggHere[/URL] are the results.

I guess I'm going back to slowly increasing my voltage. The x264 test runs more stable the more voltage I feed it, I'll see what I can do while staying around or below 75 degrees.
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You do not need to set the baseclock to 125 for those settings. Its just most XMP settings will put your baseclock at 125 when bumping the RAM up.

You can just set the RAM timings/voltage manually to avoid this problem.

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