Originally Posted by timisyourfriend
That monster VCore is killing you. When you changed MCH Latch to 400, the AUTO VCore rocketed to 1.3375 or whatever, that's why you're getting the red screen.
Try these settings, they are optimum.
Don't forget to change your CPU multi to X8 for 2.6GHz (no problem). For MCH Latch and everything else not listed here, set them to AUTO. I would simply load defaults then enter the following settings.
CPU Host Clock Control - Enabled
CPU Host Frequency - 333
Performance Enhance - Standard
System Memory Mulitplier - 2.40B
DRAM Timing Selectable - Manual
CAS Latency - 4
tRCD - 4
tRP - 4
tRAS - 12
Advanced Timing Control (submenu)
tRRD - 3
tWTR - 3
tWR - 8
tRFC - 52
tRTP - 3
Command Rate - 2
Load Line Calibration - Disabled
CPU VCore - 1.30V
MCH Core - 1.20V
MCH/DRAM Reference - 1.0V
ICH I/O Core - 1.60V
ICH Core - 1.20V
DRAM Voltage - 2.10V
So 6 years later, I still have the same memory and CPU.
Only thing that's changed really is my video card. I recently went back to the overclock settings that you recommended above, and ran MemTest.
I notice it says 5 5 5 18 though.
Is that just because those are the RAM specs, or is it not testing the ram with the settings I gave it(the 4 4 4 12 you told me to do above)
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By the way, the next test for stability is Prime?
If so, any suggestions on how I should run it?