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post #1921 of 3836
The interesting thing is that there were no actual usb devices plugged in, only the usb hub itself, which is built-in to the monitor. The hub had been plugged in through several on-off cycles already (both sleep and reboots) with no problems. I have now switched the hub to a usb 2.0 - 1.1 port to see if the issue recurs, or if it is a problem with the usb 3.0 drivers' backwards compatibility.

Rep+ to both of you for being helpful... Thank you.
Edited by kmss1 - 1/3/11 at 6:43pm
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I have the X58A UD5 with Corsair Dominator GT 2000 2x2 4GB with fan, OCZ 750 Fatality PS, EVGA 570GTX, I7 950, Win7 64 and I cant get the memory to post anywhere close to 2000. I am new to overclocking but have gotten it to 4.2ghz. I have had this about two weeks and love it but I know Im not getting what i should from the memory. I have played with the BCLK to get it to 4.2 can anyone steer me in the rite direction?
post #1923 of 3836
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I have the X58A UD5 with Corsair Dominator GT 2000 2x2 4GB with fan, OCZ 750 Fatality PS, EVGA 570GTX, I7 950, Win7 64 and I cant get the memory to post anywhere close to 2000. I am new to overclocking but have gotten it to 4.2ghz. I have had this about two weeks and love it but I know Im not getting what i should from the memory. I have played with the BCLK to get it to 4.2 can anyone steer me in the rite direction?
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yea 2000mhz might need 1.4-1.55v qpi/vtt.
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Have not been able to find what your talking about, would appreciate a little more help and or some input from others. Thanks in advance.
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Have not been able to find what your talking about, would appreciate a little more help and or some input from others. Thanks in advance.
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Hmm. took 35 seconds to find, but here they are, so no need searching.




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4.2GHz http://www.overclock.net/9612697-post338.html
4.2GHz http://www.overclock.net/9654444-post378.html
4.2GHz http://www.overclock.net/10829278-post774.html
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post #1928 of 3836
Your 950 has a 23x multi. Thus to get to 2000, you would need a BCLK of 200 x 10 = 2000. With a BCLK of 200, your processor would be running @ 4.6GHz. Are you sure the memory is holding you back, or is the processor overclock? Or are you lowering the multi? If you are lowering your multi to try to get 2000 on the memory, you are hurting your PCs performance. There is almost zero real-world difference between 1600 and 2000 speed ram. I have G.Skill 2000, but I am only running it at 1820, as my W3540 is running at 22 x 182 = 4GHz. I could go higher, but it runs so nicely and cool as-is. Unless you have a higher memory multiplier... but I thought all socket 1366 mobos were capped at a 10x multiplier. I can't see how you would hit 2000 unless you lower your CPU multiplier, and that would not be smart. Clock speed affects performance far more than a little memory speed.
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Thanks Kinger you really helped out a bunch as I am totally learning here, Also thanks Xtreme I looked and could not find it but I appreaciate it. I will reply with an update but I did talk to Tech support at Gigabyte today and the told me that the Dominator GT 2000 2x2 4gb Dual channel is not on the support list for my board, and I went to the corsair website and it also said that the memory I have was not supported with my board. So im thinking of taking the memory back to microcenter (one real close) and getting some PC31600 with decent latency. All I do is game with this rig so it should hold me. Here are a few they have in stock and Im not sure yet if the Dominator will work. tell me which one you would get...


http://www.microcenter.com/single_pr...uct_id=0311101

http://www.microcenter.com/single_pr...uct_id=0311100

http://www.microcenter.com/single_pr...uct_id=0321071

http://www.microcenter.com/single_pr...uct_id=0328198
Edited by krunch - 1/4/11 at 7:50pm
post #1930 of 3836
I would keep the 2000 memory and try it at a slower speed. For example, set your BCLK to 183. With your 23x multiplier, your PC would be running at 4.2GHz. (ONLY OC IT THIS MUCH IF YOU ARE USING GOOD AFTERMARKET COOLING.) I would turn off Turbo if you are running at 4.2GHz. With the 183 BCLK, set your memory multiplier to 10x. Now you will be running your memory at 1830, which should be much easier for your system to handle.

I have a Gigabyte EX58-UD5, and here are the settings I use. I am a good OC'er, but not an expert, so I can't promise you they are the optimal settings, but my system runs nice and stable. The only things I have changed since taking the pictures are: I turned off Turbo, and turned on Hyperthreading. Now I have a lapped Thermalright True 1366 (thanks Robilar!), and it does an amazing job at cooling, so please make sure you have the right cooling before overclocking. I like Real Temp with the X58 mobo.

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