Originally Posted by ~sizzzle~
On the RAM voltage I would recomend just running it at the tested spec to start with. I'd only overvolt the RAM further if overclocking it past the rated spec. JMO that if your kit can't run rated spec speed and timings at the tested voltage send it back because you didn't get what you paid for.
What are the timings set at ?
If you post a template with all of the OC settings that you are running it would make it alot easier for others to help.
Do you have a mem ok button on that board ? If so try to boot it up again and hit the mem ok button. It should find good memory settings for you. Check to see what it is setting. Not that it would set settings you would want to use is the long run. But you could check to see what it changes in order to boot. This could help you in figuring out where the problem is.
Intel SpeedStep Tech: Disabled
Xtreme Phase Full Power Mode: Auto
DRAM freq: auto
Qpi freq: auto
Cpu volt: 1.25
IMC/VTT volt: 1.3
Dram volt: 1.5
Cpu PLL volt: auto
Pch volt: auto
Dram data ref volt on cha: auto
Dram data ref volt on chb: auto
Cpu spread spectrum: auto
Pcie spread spectrum: auto
C1e support: disabled
Hardware prefetcher: enabled
Adjacent cache line prefetch: enabled
Max cpuid value limit: disabled
Intel vitrualization tech: enabled
Cpu tm function: enabled
Execute disable bit capability: enabled
Active processor cores: all
Intel speedstep tech: disabled
Intel c-state tech: disabled
Dram Timing Control
1st information: 9-9-9-24-4-78-8-6-16-0
2nd information: 2n-71-73
3rd information: 3-3-13-12-12-12-7-6-4-7-7-4
I actually did try to memok button last night, I pressed it and held it in until it started flashing. Once it finally booted, my bios had been reset back to stock. When I went back into my bios to go back to my stable oc, my Dram voltage was at 1.7, but I didn't go into Dram timing control to check that.
Let me know if there's any other info I should post that I missed, and thanks for the help