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post #101 of 752
yup XMP sets it at 1600 9-9-9 but bsod during boot at 1.5v, 1.55v, 1.6v, stable at 1.65v

weird because i used to run 1600 9-9-9 1.5v on my x6 rig just fine
post #102 of 752
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crashed after ~5 hours according to the folding log

bumped vcore up a notch and trying again

btw, at first i was doing Fixed w/ LLC Disabled (1.32v in bios, 1.38v load)

but i'm now trying Fixed w/ LLC Enabled (i.e. 1.47v in bios, 1.38v load)

it seems to be more stable w/ vdroop on, but i'll find out in a few hours

my ram is 1.5v
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231277

but it wont run rated specs (1600 9-9-9) at 1.5v, it takes 1.65v, i can do 1333 1.5v though

i might upgrade my RAM, but i'm still looking into options
Sub-timings or overvolt on the RAM have got to be the issue here. I had lots of problems with Mushkin (they didn't even have an XMP profile) but once I got the corsair is was smooth sailing. I load the XMP profile, then switch to manual mode and loosen the timings to 9-9-9-24 (maybe 9-9-9-27), then I set the VDIMM to 1.55 (which comes out to 1.524 in hwmonitor). I suspect you are overvolting your ram for no reason. Try getting back to 1600 at 9-9-9-27 @ 1.55 and run 3 HCI memtests at 1GB each. Let it run for an hour or two.

That's what I'd try anyway.
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post #103 of 752
hmm yeah im at 9-9-9-24 , you're saying if i run 9-9-9-27 i can probably do 1.55v ?

on the bright side, looks like 4.7 1.38v is pretty stable though, been running 9-10 hours now



gnna try your suggestion and also 4.8 1.4v when this work unit finishes.. about 30 more hours
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Koven I suspect I am running the same RAM as you and I am also experiencing similar problems. The red 2x 2gb Ripjaw 1600 9-9-9-24 2t 1.5v ones? Anything over 4.5Ghz fails Prime blend with stock memory timings, even at 1.65v. Do you think maybe the bios is giving the ripjaws bad timings, for the odd timings like trfc etc? If that were the case we could just get the official XMP profile from G.skill support and load it manually.
    
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post #105 of 752
yup that's the same ram, like ugotd8 said, it could be XMP profile setting the subtimings too tight which creates the need for high dram voltage

im gonna play around with that after i finish folding that bigadv

no idea on prime blend though, in the past, on my x6 rig, i've been 13-14 hours prime blend stable yet my comp bsod'd after folding for 4-5 hours

so i dont bother running ibt/prime95/occt/etc anymore... if i can fold & game simultaneously, then it's stable enough for me
Edited by koven - 1/26/11 at 1:26pm
post #106 of 752
My G.skill Ripjaws ram runs better than rated timings.. I got the 1600 mhz Cas 7 1.6v kit,
I have them running 6-8-6-24-1T 1600 mhz
post #107 of 752
^ i wish i was as lucky lol

ideally i'd get the Gskill Eco but cant deal with how ugly/plain the heatsink is
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I got my G.Skill Ripjaws X 6-8-6-24-2T 1.5v today. Absolutely the sexiest RAM I have ever seen. I tried it with my 1090T and it worked fine, but I can't wait until tomorrow when I get my 2600K and TP67XE.
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I got my G.Skill Ripjaws X 6-8-6-24-2T 1.5v today. Absolutely the sexiest RAM I have ever seen. I tried it with my 1090T and it worked fine, but I can't wait until tomorrow when I get my 2600K and TP67XE.
Sounds like a great combination. You sure picked the right mobo. ;-)

Good luck with it.
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so i tried 1600 9-9-9-27 2T and it last longer than normal at 1.55v, but still ended up bsoding

i guess i'm just going to run 1.65v, seems ridiculously tho, considering it's rated at 1.5v, but oh well
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