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Anyone have any idea why I would be completely stable on the ASRock Extreme4 with 2 sticks of memory but not 4?

Core i7-2600 (ES) D1 step 42x @ 1.09vcore (same result at 1.275vcore)
ASRock Z68 Extreme4 (P1.40)
2x or 4x G.Skill Ripjaw X 2133mhz 9-11-10-28 (same result at 1600mhz)
EVGA nVidia GTX 470

CPU temps never break 50C under load using a Corsair H100 and some beefy fans.

Runs stable with 2 sticks in either channel, but has issues, even at stock speeds when I use all four sticks
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Anyone have any idea why I would be completely stable on the ASRock Extreme4 with 2 sticks of memory but not 4?

Core i7-2600 (ES) D1 step 42x @ 1.09vcore (same result at 1.275vcore)
ASRock Z68 Extreme4 (P1.40)
2x or 4x G.Skill Ripjaw X 2133mhz 9-11-10-28 (same result at 1600mhz)
EVGA nVidia GTX 470

CPU temps never break 50C under load using a Corsair H100 and some beefy fans.

Runs stable with 2 sticks in either channel, but has issues, even at stock speeds when I use all four sticks
maybe because of the extra strain on the IMC, try bumping the VTT (VCCIO) a little.
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maybe because of the extra strain on the IMC, try bumping the VTT (VCCIO) a little.
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maybe because of the extra strain on the IMC, try bumping the VTT (VCCIO) a little.
just to be clear, theres a VCCSA and a VTT. I upped the VTT to 1.220 and the VCCSA to 1.107, and still unstable.

I'll bump a little more and see what happens
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just to be clear, theres a VCCSA and a VTT. I upped the VTT to 1.220 and the VCCSA to 1.107, and still unstable.

I'll bump a little more and see what happens
nooooooo!! VTT 1.2v is the max recommended for 24/7 usage, leave VCCSA on auto.

What are your RAM rated at? when you say it's unstable, how did you determine that? Also what's your RAM stock voltage?
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nooooooo!! VTT 1.2v is the max recommended for 24/7 usage, leave VCCSA on auto.

What are your RAM rated at? when you say it's unstable, how did you determine that? Also what's your RAM stock voltage?
Using XMP for the rated speed and vmem. Ratings are: 4gb per stick 2133mhz, 1.65v, 9-11-10-28

Unstable means It's BSOD'ing during boot, or shortly afterward. Sometimes it will hang in BIOS. None of these issues occur with 2 sticks out of the 4
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Core i7-2600 (ES) D1 step 42x @ 1.09vcore (same result at 1.275vcore)
ASRock Z68 Extreme4 (P1.40)
2x or 4x G.Skill Ripjaw X 2133mhz 9-11-10-28 (same result at 1600mhz)
EVGA nVidia GTX 470
Running two sticks instead of four heightens stability, so it makes sense that if your four sticks are not stable, two of them would be.

You just have to lower your overclock. 2133Mhz is a massive overclock, especially at CL9. I would say your problem is right there.

I am not sure what you mean by "same result", but the performance difference between 1600Mhz and 2133Mhz is almost nothing in gaming.
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Running two sticks instead of four heightens stability, so it makes sense that if your four sticks are not stable, two of them would be.

You just have to lower your overclock. 2133Mhz is a massive overclock, especially at CL9. I would say your problem is right there.

I am not sure what you mean by "same result", but the performance difference between 1600Mhz and 2133Mhz is almost nothing in gaming.
Same result means the error occurs under stock settings as well as on overclocked. These sticks are rated for the higher speed

Just so there's no confusion the problem persists with stock clocks on everything.

Other info for you guys. Did the build 2 days ago and ran some benchmarks yesterday with no issues. Turned it on this morning and it hung on POST 45, then 9C, then 06. Took out two of the sticks and it booted perfectly.

OC'd with two sticks in, tried the other two, and it fails. Set to defaults, with all 4 sticks, G3 (pull power), then boot again and BSOD after 2-3 mins in windows
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