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post #5521 of 9900
I think I jinxed myself....DIMM-A2 is dead on this one as well. at least it appears to be...keeps beeping when I try booting with a single stick inside the DIMM-2 slot, which according to the manual is the primary one, It boots up if i throw it somewhere else, but with 2 sticks I only have 7.90 usable...

I cannot believe what I'm seeing.

am I retarded?

Which is the exact same defect I originally received. The motherboard sure looked brand new, it even had the clear sticker thing on the south bridge.


is it possible for this to be memory compatibility issue, but then how come it boots up, just not in the DIMM-A2 ***


Im about to shoot myself in the face with a 12 gauge!!!!

gunner.gif




edit:// Just to clarify this


there are 4 slots on the motherboard, 2 black and 2 red. They are called DIMM-A1, DIMM-A2, DIMM-B1, DIMM-B2.


Here is my results when inserting 1 stick of 8GB G.Skill

DIMM-A1
BOOT FAIL

DIMM-A2
FAAAAIILLLEEDD (beep beep beep beep) (50 on the motherboard display )

DIMM-B1
BOOT SUCCESSFUL
DIMM-B2
BOOT SUCCESSFUL (blue screen) after a while






Now with 2 stick inside B1 and B2 I get 15.2GB usable. and still single channel.

does this pretty much clarify that the A2 slot is dead, or shoot me in the head its actually the memory compatibility issue? Because I can get my hands on some QVL memory first thing in the morning.
Edited by p2mob - 6/4/13 at 10:23pm
post #5522 of 9900
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Originally Posted by os2wiz View Post

You are misstating facts. You can NOT run dimms at tighter timings than they are rated at without casing instability.Higher frequencies yes, tighter timings no. I know there are no dimms rated 7--
or 6-- timings for 1866 mhz. I have checked the specs of all manufacturers before I made my purchases. I just do NOT buy into what you are saying, and NO I do NOT trust you. And YES my timings are tight your conclusions are neither proven nor reasonable. Don't insult my intelligence again.


I'm sorry if you feel that you or your intelligence were insulted. That was not my intention, nor could it have been since i posted results and links in order to provide supportive data.

Yes, you are correct, at this point of time there are no ram kits with lower than CL8 available in the market. There have been CL7 and CL8 at 1866/2000 (Flares, STT's, Corsair Doms, Ripjaws maybe). They could run smooth and stable at 1866 CL7 (some CL6).
Since you stick to what is rated and tested by the manufacturer, you can be happy with your choice, of course.

Yes, you cannot trust me , since we are connected over the internet and i could write whatever i want. No one forces you to. But , the results are there, where i posted and in many other links that i could provide or you could find yourself.
If you did not read or still do not believe me , i ain't gonna argue, you can do whatever you wish.

I also hope your next reply is less provocative and promotes healthy dialogue... not name-calling and capitals included....I'm being polite across that internet line, can you ? smile.gif
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Hey guys,
I am wanting to push my 8350 and ram further but I am worried about the north and south bridge getting to hot. I have the CHVFZ and wonder if I should water-cool those or will the stock heat sinks handle the heat? I have the H100i cooling the CPU now and I am not worried about that. How hot is too hot for the NB and SB? Should I even be worried at all? It's my 1st build and I have never done any water-cooling but for the CL H100i.
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Originally Posted by richie_2010 View Post

Ive got 1866 7 8 7 24 dominator gts and they run at 1866.7 7 7 21

Interesting I do not see them offered at Newgg,Micro Center, Tiger Direct, or any web site hat I frequent. You bought them on a beach in Bora Bora?
post #5525 of 9900
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Originally Posted by felix View Post

I'm sorry if you feel that you or your intelligence were insulted. That was not my intention, nor could it have been since i posted results and links in order to provide supportive data.

Yes, you are correct, at this point of time there are no ram kits with lower than CL8 available in the market. There have been CL7 and CL8 at 1866/2000 (Flares, STT's, Corsair Doms, Ripjaws maybe). They could run smooth and stable at 1866 CL7 (some CL6).
Since you stick to what is rated and tested by the manufacturer, you can be happy with your choice, of course.

Yes, you cannot trust me , since we are connected over the internet and i could write whatever i want. No one forces you to. But , the results are there, where i posted and in many other links that i could provide or you could find yourself.
If you did not read or still do not believe me , i ain't gonna argue, you can do whatever you wish.

I also hope your next reply is less provocative and promotes healthy dialogue... not name-calling and capitals included....I'm
being polite across that internet line, can you ? smile.gif

Name calling? I did not resort to name calling. I just stuck to well
established facts. I see few claims from credible sources that you
Can run ram in a stable manner at timings that are tighter than
manufacturer specs. I know from experience and multitudes of legut claims that you can up the speed of your ram by loosening timins and upping voltage. Your claims are not in the latter category and do not hold true in most cases with high quality ram. Overclockers need ram faster than 1600 mhz and often times faster than 1866 mhz.
Edited by os2wiz - 6/5/13 at 5:32am
post #5526 of 9900
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Interesting I do not see them offered at Newgg,Micro Center, Tiger Direct, or any web site hat I frequent. You bought them on a beach in Bora Bora?

no from a member on here, they are available if you look for them. they are the older elipda hyper rams that are known to be beasts.
in most cases overclocking ram means you have to loosen timings and underclocking means you can tighten them up just like voltage you could lower it at stock speeds if your system and ram allow it.

I know that people are allowed there opinions and soforth but when people are offering advice and answering your questions or even just informing you of something there is no need to chuck it back in there faces with stupid remarks.
we all here to help, inform, learn and teach.
post #5527 of 9900
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Hey guys,
I am wanting to push my 8350 and ram further but I am worried about the north and south bridge getting to hot. I have the CHVFZ and wonder if I should water-cool those or will the stock heat sinks handle the heat? I have the H100i cooling the CPU now and I am not worried about that. How hot is too hot for the NB and SB? Should I even be worried at all? It's my 1st build and I have never done any water-cooling but for the CL H100i.

NB and the SB will never get to hot to start worrying about thumb.gif

The only time the NB will start to overheat is if you stick the NB Voltage too high, which is pointless, you can even set the NB and SB temperature to shut down when it hits 70C
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yes and it deepens on the meter

    
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You are misstating facts. You can NOT run dimms at tighter timings than they are rated at without casing instability. Higher frequencies yes, tighter timings no. I know there are no dimms rated 7--
or 6-- timings for 1866 mhz. I have checked the specs of all manufacturers before I made my purchases. I just do NOT buy into what you are saying, and NO I do NOT trust you. And YES my timings are tight your conclusions are neither proven nor reasonable. Don't insult my intelligence again.

 

 

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231370


Edited by Tweeky - 6/5/13 at 12:57pm
    
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Nope we dont have cas 7 at 1866 or higher tweeky you naughty boy:D
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