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Sorry not stress, to much voltage i dont want to overheat it. or burn it out quicker
    
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Ok, well we both have Asus boards so our Bio's should be the same the QPI/VTT voltage was 2 spots down from the VCore. Maybe its labled VTT or just QPI but i know its there. Wouldn't increase your ram unless absolutly nessicary, should leave it at the recomended voltage by the ram manufactuer.
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so maybe decrease ram voltage some will help?
    
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post #14 of 19
Your PSU only has 16A on the +12V rail. Plus it has a horribly outdated -5V design.

192W on the 12V rail?

Don't overclock. Get a better PSU.
Edited by Riou - 2/18/11 at 2:05pm
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Your PSU only has 16A on the +12V rail. Plus it is has a horribly outdated -5V design.

192W on the 12V rail?

Don't overclock. Get a better PSU.
So now its my psu thats bad? Which is it?
    
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your qpi voltage needs to be increased, I'm sure of that. The BSOD code is always right when it comes to these things. But you may also need a new PSU to compensate for the increased voltage that your OC will need.
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your qpi voltage needs to be increased, I'm sure of that. The BSOD code is always right when it comes to these things. But you may also need a new PSU to compensate for the increased voltage that your OC will need.
Okay, i will bump it up a bit, and will turn down the memory voltage, as well as look into a new psu then? Any specific psu you guys would recommend?
    
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I like mine, down in my sig rig. And you should run the memory voltage (DRAM voltage) at what the manufacture of your RAM states on the packaging. I would not recommend turning that voltage down. Remember when your OC'ing you want to change ONE thing at a time so you dont run into a wall of pure confusion lol.
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Thanks for the help!
    
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