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It depends on the timings probably. What timings are you running at? As mentioned before, you should try memtest to ensure that your ram is good. It does the test before the OS opens to help eliminate variables.
Yeah, good idea, I haven't done that. Timings are stock btw, 5-5-5-18.
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have you tried raising the chipset voltage? that can hep with stability, especially as bus speeds are increased.
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have you tried raising the chipset voltage? that can hep with stability, especially as bus speeds are increased.
No I sure haven't.Whats a safe voltage threshold for chipsets?
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Good idea logan! I forgot to mention that to fuloran. I'm not exactly sure what a safe voltage is to be honest. I know with my gigabyte board it gives the option in the form of "+.25v, +.5v" so I ended up just going 1 or 2 settings up. You could try it and see if that helps.
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No I sure haven't.Whats a safe voltage threshold for chipsets?
Up it a notch and load test, take it from there.
Is unlikely they programed voltages for it that are actually unsafe.
To much voltage won't help so the up it and test is the solution.
    
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Sounds good, I will do that tonight. Thanks guys!
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So I am looking to oc my ram, or at least tighten the timings and I am wondering if one of you guys can look at this and tell me what I need to do. I can see where to tighten my timings I think, but I am wondering why the values dont match. A couple of the places where I want to change my values from 5 to 4 are already set at 3, even though the value in the next row says 5. What do I do?

I also am trying to up chipset voltage and try my 3.3ghz oc, but no luck so far. I have upped it .5, will try some more later. I would really like to get my memory oc'd to like 1000 @ 4-4-4-12 if possible.

Thanks!
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So I am looking to oc my ram, or at least tighten the timings and I am wondering if one of you guys can look at this and tell me what I need to do. I can see where to tighten my timings I think, but I am wondering why the values dont match. A couple of the places where I want to change my values from 5 to 4 are already set at 3, even though the value in the next row says 5. What do I do?
fuloran1.... just manually input the desired value for whichever timing you're wanting to change.... the values don't match because the first column is what your ram timings are currently, and the SPD (serial presence detect) column is for the spec'ed settings for the ram. Also, if I might make a suggestion, try setting your command timing to 2T and setting the trfc to 105 or 127.5

Hope that helps.... good luck!
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that cant be right though, cpuz says my timings are 5-5-5-18 @401mhz
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.... are your timings set on auto?
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