Originally Posted by PeaceMaker
1) Fill in your system info in your "User CP" area at the top
2) OC your GPU @ stock and see if you have the same issues; this will rule out your CPU/Mobo as the culprit.
3) Ensure your RAM sticks are in the correct slots; your Kingmax memory may not be optimal for overclocking. I would manually set the voltage and timings to stock then go from there and overclock memory at stock.
4) If this confuses you, you should read up on some overclocking guides on the forum.
Thanks for the fast response
As i said i can't OC my GPU even if all else is on stock settings. All else means the RAMS, didn't bothered nor tried the CPU. Don't even want yet till i get rid of this issue.
I updated to FF, original was FD bios. Now as a matter of fact i can manually set the stock settings on the memory. But nothing changed. Still the issue with the GPU, still can't set the latency lower then CL9 on 1333. I'm able to do like 9-8-8, but won't let me do 8-8-8 for example.
Found out that setting the divider to 1066 i may change the latency as i please, but the GPU OC issue is still there.
The GPU OC might be from my lame PSU, i hope it is. Getting new one soon anyway. I've read 'bout these RAMS, and they can even do 1600. If i do that, i get the happy blue screen no matter the voltages. Oh, i tried all the RAM slots, same thing...