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Oh snap awesome, I was getting a little worried, thanks guys ^_^.

It really is a nice mobo, got mine for 133$ it was quite a steal.
    
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yeah i'm using the UEFI bios

the ram goes in the red slots right? #2 and #4?

im thinking i just got a crappy chip, 4.8ghz 1.43v load just bsod'

now im trying 4.8ghz 1.45v load

what are your guys PCH/VCCIO/PLL voltages?
Red slots, yes.

PCH - set manually to the default.
VCCSa - set manually to the default
VCCIO: AUTO
PLL: 1.70

Here's another thing I do, and this may be completely useless, but between any voltage changes (other than just bumping vcore) I will notch up the BCLK one notch (10010). This causes the board to reset and therefore recalculate everything, after reset I notch the BCLK back down one to 10000 and save & exit, which resets the board one more time. Like I said, may be useless. :-)
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Koven:

Yes on the ram.

I doubt you have a crappy chip Even if you only get 4.4ghz, thats still 1ghz free lol.

PCH - left on auto
VCCSa - left on auto
VCCIO - left on auto
PLL: 1.75

Also, set your ram timings to auto while o/c..once you get it stable then you can fine tune them. I was having some issues doing ram & cpu changes at the same time (even though I was just setting my ram to spec). After I settled the CPU and got it stable, I went back and changed the ram and I was fine.

I am o/c using the "turbo" method or whatever it is called, where I set the four turbo settings to whatever I want to o/c to. I left my ram voltage at stock (its 1.5v ram, 7-8-7-24.. no need for me to o/c it).

If you want to PM me I can give you every one of my settings exactly. I was pushing my o/c until I got the bsod 124 as well. It might have been said, but have you changed your LoadLine setting? The second setup I tried (same combo) required 1.44v @ 4.8ghz 24/7 stable (its another folding rig)
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I can't get myself to run more than 1.38v through the chip... which nets me a decent 4.6ghz, I can probably lower voltage as I managed to run small fft's for 8 hours at 4.7 @1.38v but then blend failed at that oc.

My ram was unstable at any setting including stock on the beta bios, the UEFI bios seemed to have fixed that (it more than doubled the last memory timing from 20 to 50) as I managed to run prime blend for 7 hours at 4.6 ghz (1.38v) mem 1600 mhz 9-9-9-24 1t (1.64v)
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Koven:

Yes on the ram.

I doubt you have a crappy chip Even if you only get 4.4ghz, thats still 1ghz free lol.

PCH - left on auto
VCCSa - left on auto
VCCIO - left on auto
PLL: 1.75

Also, set your ram timings to auto while o/c..once you get it stable then you can fine tune them. I was having some issues doing ram & cpu changes at the same time (even though I was just setting my ram to spec). After I settled the CPU and got it stable, I went back and changed the ram and I was fine.

I am o/c using the "turbo" method or whatever it is called, where I set the four turbo settings to whatever I want to o/c to. I left my ram voltage at stock (its 1.5v ram, 7-8-7-24.. no need for me to o/c it).

If you want to PM me I can give you every one of my settings exactly. I was pushing my o/c until I got the bsod 124 as well. It might have been said, but have you changed your LoadLine setting? The second setup I tried (same combo) required 1.44v @ 4.8ghz 24/7 stable (its another folding rig)
Nice of you to offer, there is a BIOS template for these boards in post #1 of this thread. You could fill it out and post it here for all to see. :-)
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I can't get myself to run more than 1.38v through the chip... which nets me a decent 4.6ghz, I can probably lower voltage as I managed to run small fft's for 8 hours at 4.7 @1.38v but then blend failed at that oc.

My ram was unstable at any setting including stock on the beta bios, the UEFI bios seemed to have fixed that as I managed to run prime blend for 7 hours at 4.6 ghz (1.38v) mem 1600 mhz 9-9-9-24 1t (1.64v)
1.38
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I can't get myself to run more than 1.38v through the chip... which nets me a decent 4.6ghz, I can probably lower voltage as I managed to run small fft's for 8 hours at 4.7 @1.38v but then blend failed at that oc.

My ram was unstable at any setting including stock on the beta bios, the UEFI bios seemed to have fixed that as I managed to run prime blend for 7 hours at 4.6 ghz (1.38v) mem 1600 mhz 9-9-9-24 1t (1.64v)
If you passed small ftt's for that long but failed blend than I'd agree its a ram issue; good thing you got it sorted I agree with the voltages, for me to feel safe running 24/7 I want voltages under 1.4 hence I decided on 4.5 and I am not going to be messing with it any further because my RAM is running well @ 2133 without the need to mess with VCC IO and the likes @ this multiplier.
1.33 idle with 1.354 @ 100% load (IBT, LINX, etc...) is the sweet spot for my chip with a fixed multiplier and all energy features off. I turned off LoadLine so that my chip idles @ a lower voltage because with it on, I needed to set a relatively high idle voltage in order for the chip to get up to its required voltage when loaded.
    
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Yeah, I also run with LoadLine off, 1.32 fixed vcore, 1.34v idle 1.38v load

I'll push it to 4.8-5.0 if no one burns their chips in the next couple of months running 1.45-1.5v

Like someone else mentioned in this thread, the beta bios used the wrong timings for my XMP profile, but the UEFI bios fixed that =D
    
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Yeah, I also run with LoadLine off, 1.32 fixed vcore, 1.34v idle 1.38v load

I'll push it to 4.8-5.0 if no one burns their chips in the next couple of months running 1.45-1.5v
Pushing 1.45 at load for 4.8 ghz
Wish me luck
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If you passed small ftt's for that long but failed blend than I'd agree its a ram issue; good thing you got it sorted I agree with the voltages, for me to feel safe running 24/7 I want voltages under 1.4 hence I decided on 4.5 and I am not going to be messing with it any further because my RAM is running well @ 2133 without the need to mess with VCC IO and the likes @ this multiplier.
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Nice RAM there.

It's a little more difficult to get stable, but I'm doing my OC with Power Technology set to Energy Efficient. I like the idea of browsing the web and what-not at 1.02V It just seems to me that's something the Intel people engineered into this chip and part of the reason I upgraded from the 1366. It's like driving a Ford Focus that can transform into a Lamborghini.
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