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post #3331 of 9900
I have the same Corsair Vengence 2 x 4GB (have both 1600 and 1866) kit as listed above on my CHVF with no issues.. Plugged in and worked on the first fire up. I've tweaked the timings here and there since, but never had any issues with mem stability.
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I took a look at the memory i plan on using in my build next month and wanted second opinions. I have not overclocked before but plan to when i get this board and i dont know how important memory is to that process. Is what i am planning on buying going to work with the CHV or do i need to look at something different? Also when i look at the specs on newegg it shows some memory with the O.C next to it, does that mean it only works on an overclocked system or does that work too on a stock system?
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I like g.skill ram the best 2cents.gif
 

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For overclocking a bulldozer this ram has to be the best  2cents.gif


http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231451

 

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Originally Posted by galbrecht71 View Post

I took a look at the memory i plan on using in my build next month and wanted second opinions. I have not overclocked before but plan to when i get this board and i dont know how important memory is to that process. Is what i am planning on buying going to work with the CHV or do i need to look at something different? Also when i look at the specs on newegg it shows some memory with the O.C next to it, does that mean it only works on an overclocked system or does that work too on a stock system?


 


Edited by Tweeky - 2/21/12 at 2:28pm
    
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I took a look at the memory i plan on using in my build next month and wanted second opinions. I have not overclocked before but plan to when i get this board and i dont know how important memory is to that process. Is what i am planning on buying going to work with the CHV or do i need to look at something different? Also when i look at the specs on newegg it shows some memory with the O.C next to it, does that mean it only works on an overclocked system or does that work too on a stock system?

Those sticks will work with the CHVF, they are on the QVL. although this is not a requirement, it just means that AMD has tested it and certified it for stability. The overclocked specs on newegg refer to the motherboard/CPUs ability to run stock or higher RAM speeds and there limitations, you choose the ram speed setting.

ex. Memory Standard DDR3 2133(O.C.)/2000(O.C.)/1800(O.C.)/1600/1333/1066 for the CHVF...the BIOS will automatically set this and you can raise it when O.C. thumb.gif

try this link out learn about O.C. on a amd processor
http://www.overclock.net/a/phenom-ii-overclocking-guide

and this for O.C. the CHVF:
http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?2585-ASUS-Crosshair-V-Formula-BIOS-Guide-Overclocking
 
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For overclocking a bulldozer this ram has to be the best  2cents.gif


http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231451

 



 


What about those are you looking at that makes them the best?
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Those sticks will work with the CHVF, they are on the QVL. although this is not a requirement, it just means that AMD has tested it and certified it for stability. The overclocked specs on newegg refer to the motherboard/CPUs ability to run stock or higher RAM speeds and there limitations, you choose the ram speed setting.
ex. Memory Standard DDR3 2133(O.C.)/2000(O.C.)/1800(O.C.)/1600/1333/1066 for the CHVF...the BIOS will automatically set this and you can raise it when O.C. thumb.gif
try this link out learn about O.C. on a amd processor
http://www.overclock.net/a/phenom-ii-overclocking-guide
and this for O.C. the CHVF:
http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?2585-ASUS-Crosshair-V-Formula-BIOS-Guide-Overclocking

So basically the speeds listed under the standard will be adjusted automatically to work? In the first link you provided will it matter that i plan on buying an 8150 or are the principals the same regardless?
post #3338 of 9900
Looking for some more advice. Been unable to pass intelburn testing. I am runing at 4.5 ghz but the clock keeps walking from 1.5 ghz to 4.5. The vcore drops down to .9 when it does this. I have turbo core off in the bios and both LLC set to extreme. cpu and nb overcurrent at %120 and %130. But cpu voltage spectrum is on auto spread spectrum shouyld this be changed to a fixed value snd if so to what? I've found if i set core voltage to 1.375 I get two passes before lock up. If I bump it to 1.4 I can not even finish one. I can play my games and use the computer with out any lock up or slow down so I think I'm close just not there yet!! Btw cpu temp has yet to hit 40 under load it will idle at about 18 and is normaly around 25. And yet I keep it cool in the house it's about 15 celcius (60 fahrenheit) here in my computer room. btw bus speed is 200 and multi is 22.5 unless it's clocked down then my multiplier goes to 7 which I think is normal for when the cores idle down.
Edited by chippewaguy13 - 2/21/12 at 6:48pm
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So basically the speeds listed under the standard will be adjusted automatically to work? In the first link you provided will it matter that i plan on buying an 8150 or are the principals the same regardless?

essentially yes the principles are the same..... just the 8150 compared to say a 1090T could have different overclocking behavior i.e higher or lower voltages needed for certain frequencies etc., which always the case even form chip to chip within a lot even....read both threads carefully and have fun, take your time, stress test to confirm your O.C is stable, and always watch out for high temps that is your enemy!

As to the "automatic" setting of your RAM speed the BIOS will try to read the JEDEC or XMP settings on the memory itself and set the ram timings accordingly. It is well known that this sometimes does not work, the bios will essentially underclock your ram (1333 instead of 1600), in which case you must manually set the speed/ timings that are stamped/labeled on the stick of ram itself. You know initially you have the right stable timings/speed by 1. the systems boots into windows and 2. you pass a memory stress test like windows memory diagnostic tool with no errors.

This is the club you need to learn what the 8150 can do...read the posts, and posts your questions to see where a good starting point is for O.C. your 8150
http://www.overclock.net/t/1139726/amd-fx-bulldozer-owners-club thumb.gif

oh and tweeky probably likes those because of few reasons 1. price G-Skill balances price/performance well 2. low latency the lower the better 7 is as good as it gets with memory for this board 3. Speed 2133 is screaming! 4. on a limb here but black aluminum heatsinks w/ fins is good......looks cool and cools well...plus you get the dual cooling fan setup
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Looking for some more advice. Been unable to pass intelburn testing. I am runing at 4.5 ghz but the clock keeps walking from 1.5 ghz to 4.5. The vcore drops down to .9 when it does this. I have turbo core off in the bios and both LLC set to extreme. cpu and nb overcurrent at %120 and %130. But cpu voltage spectrum is on auto spread spectrum shouyld this be changed to a fixed value snd if so to what? I've found if i set core voltage to 1.375 I get two passes before lock up. If I bump it to 1.4 I can not even finish one. I can play my games and use the computer with out any lock up or slow down so I think I'm close just not there yet!! Btw cpu temp has yet to hit 40 under load it will idle at about 18 and is normaly around 25. And yet I keep it cool in the house it's about 15 celcius (60 fahrenheit) here in my computer room. btw bus speed is 200 and multi is 22.5 unless it's clocked down then my multiplier goes to 7 which I think is normal for when the cores idle down.

What appears to be occurring here is the VRM protection built in to AMD boards. It is referred to as throttling from AMD'S over-current protection. In the UEFI BIOS under the Digi+ VRM Power Control tab you will see you can turn this on or off. However turning this off allows for high voltage and current to go through a VRM possibly causing permanent failure.

here's just a example of some old threads i made from a old setup i had it shows graphs of what throttling looks like:
http://www.overclock.net/t/999089/asus-m4a785-m-cpu-vcore-unstable

What is odd to me is at either 1.375v or 1.4v throttling should not occur..at 1.55 and above yes I think then its possible...seems like a faulty VRM or CPU but i am no expert here
Suggestion fill out the specs for your rig so we know what you have, and look at vcore/max temps during full load and post those findings...and keep asking, good luck

Here is a good external link that describes a lot, but more importantly describes in detail the Digi+ VRM design and compares it to other board designs:
http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?3408-ASUS-Crosshair-V-Formula-Review
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