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So I have a 980x CPU on a rampage extreme III motherboard. I am stable at 4GHz with the memory at 1866MHz. Both stable one with prime small FFT, the memory with memtest86+. And together for 25 hours on prime blend.

So upped the multiplier one which puts me at 4135mhz or something like that. Prime runs with small FFT with no issues all night. If I do blend within 10 hours it fails. Is this a memory thing? Does the uncore need upping even though I haven't directly changed any settings that would effect memory speed or voltage? What would the logical conclusion in this case be?

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Im not sure but from what i heard this is not that uncommon

You know when people do crazy max oc's like 5 ghz+ they always lower the speed of the ram as low as possible. Thats the only way they can stabilize the computer
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lower speed x 10 = 3+4+4+12 = 230
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amount of mhz x10 = 4000

= .575 (for you) per 10 mhz of clocking up.

thats an equatin someone told me once. it works for me
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Im not sure but from what i heard this is not that uncommon

You know when people do crazy max oc's like 5 ghz+ they always lower the speed of the ram as low as possible. Thats the only way they can stabilize the computer
lower the memory for validations maybe, benching over 5Ghz we still try to OC the memory & tighten the timings as much as possible for the best scores.
OP, are you running the QPI/VTT at 1.5x the mem multi or 2x? 980x only needs minimum 1.5x, kinda sounds like a bump on the vtt voltage might help out...
    
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