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Wow that's a mouthful sizzle. I spoke with Asus again and the "Supervisor" told me that all they can do it set me up with another RMA. I asked him if ,Hypothetically, I kept getting bad boards from RMA then all you guys would do is keep RMA'n it with me? He said yup pretty much. That's just ridiculous. He later went on and told me that basically all that I could do is contact the BBB (and no not the folding team that I am a part of lol) and make a formal complaint but I plan on doing that and more. Sending letters to the BBB, the consumer protection agency, California's Attorney General (because Asus Computer International is based in California), and the corporate offices of asus both here and in Taiwan.
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Here are some "amateur"ish suggestions if you want to give them a try.
thanks!
i will try it

seems that most people is running their memory at 1600Mhz
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If you go back about 40 pages or so we had some discussion here about running @ 2000MHz. General consensus at the time seemed to be getting there took a prohibitively high QPI/Dram Core Voltage. 1.45v and up. I'll look and see if I can come up with the page number and will come back and edit it in if I can find it without spending an hour looking. edit. ---> 202-204, 311-312
ok thanks but as i said i have tried with 1.5v QPI/DRAM but the system wont boot.
i will check it
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ok thanks but as i said i have tried with 1.5v QPI/DRAM but the system wont boot.
i will check it
Are you otherwise stable? Meaning can you drop the multiplier to the X6 selection at the same settings you otherwise want and be determined stable via whatever method you choose to stability test.

Also noticed you are running tighter timings it looked like than spec for the RAM. Might want to loosen it up until you get everything else stable first. Might be just me but I tend to look at it as seperate overclocks, CPU --->DRAM Frequency--->Memory Timings. For my feeble mind anyway it just seems easier looking at it that way.
Edited by ~sizzzle~ - 10/6/10 at 9:50am
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Also put your system info in your sig so that we can see what you have in stead of trying to do this blind. I have DDR3 2000 ram and have run it stable at 2000 before. You do need to make sure that your system is otherwise stable first like sizzle said or it will never get stable. And the reason that people run there ram at 1600 instead of 2000 is because the benefits do not out weigh the cons of much higher Voltage. you'd be better off running at 1600 with much tighter timings.


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ok thanks but as i said i have tried with 1.5v QPI/DRAM but the system wont boot.
i will check it
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after reading the page 202 i think i will let the memory be at 1680Mhz.
as someone has tested he said that if you want to get it stable at 2000Mhz Mem and 4.2Ghz CPU you have to run insane Volts with insane temps as follow.
1.4v CPU Core and over 1.6v for the QPI/DRAM!? is not worth it even if you could do it.
its not that huge diffrence in performance from 1680Mhz to 2000Mhz.
Edited by pg_ice - 10/6/10 at 10:16am
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I am finally stable in Prime, IBT, Linx, and OCCT... but Holy Crap am I running HOT! Getting my 930 to 4.2 Ghz RAM and RAM to 2000 MHz was a huge pain.
I'm idling around 40 and hit 81 degrees Celsius while testing.

as i said its not worth it
quote from page 202
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as i said its not worth it
quote from page 202
Nothing wrong with trying to find out if those nice DOM GTs can operate at advertised specs, but aside from bragging rights there's no real world performance gain to be had with running them at 2000...unless you're a hardcore bencher who needs to squeeze that last fraction of a sec from superpi
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what do i need to tweak to get my ram to run 1900mhz 191x21 to make it 4ghz on cpu and 1900 somthing on ram.
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You can change your Ram Ratio to 2:10 and get 1910 MHz with a BLCK of 191. You need to raise your QPI/DRAM way above what you have now and make sure that you are not trying to use the same timings at 1910 that you were using at 1528. If you were using 7-7-7-20-1T at 1528 then you probably need a 9-9-9-24-1T at 1910 but it depends on the ram.


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what do i need to tweak to get my ram to run 1900mhz 191x21 to make it 4ghz on cpu and 1900 somthing on ram.
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