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alright so far so good, I got home and turned everything off, unplugged it, took battery out, reset the jumper, put battery back in, started up first time without a hitch, it made me press f1 to setup before loading windows, went in and changed voltage to 1.5, timings were already default at the correct 9 9 9 24. had to change the speed manually to 1600 mhz instead of the 1333 mhz auto, saved changed and restarted without a problem. been gaming and trying to reproduce the previous crashes and everything seems to be good atm. cpuz shows all 4 sticks at 1600mhz, with correct timings.

Hopefully now I can overclock it a bit. I'll let it stay how it is right now for a few days just to be safe but my goal is to take it to at least 4.2ghz
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alright so far so good, I got home and turned everything off, unplugged it, took battery out, reset the jumper, put battery back in, started up first time without a hitch, it made me press f1 to setup before loading windows, went in and changed voltage to 1.5, timings were already default at the correct 9 9 9 24. had to change the speed manually to 1600 mhz instead of the 1333 mhz auto, saved changed and restarted without a problem. been gaming and trying to reproduce the previous crashes and everything seems to be good atm. cpuz shows all 4 sticks at 1600mhz, with correct timings.

Hopefully now I can overclock it a bit. I'll let it stay how it is right now for a few days just to be safe but my goal is to take it to at least 4.2ghz
Good to hear, hopefully it was just the ram issue. Overclocking past 4.2 would be as easy as pie with the hyper 212 and the temps would still be very low. My cpu at 4.5 ghz and 1.3v will see a max load temp of about 60 degrees during IBT stressing. At 4.8 ghz and 1.38v I will see max load of 74 degrees.

Thermal throttling doesn't occur until around 95 degrees with these chips, but I dont think I want to go much higher on air (well maybe push/pull config with another fan) just to be kind to little sandy.

Let me know how the oc'ing goes, I can offer my help if possible.
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I was using http://www.clunk.org.uk/forums/overc...beginners.html to do my overclock before. I pretty much just copied his settings word for word except obviously my own ram settings. Does anything on that guide stand out to you as not being correct? If I attempt my OC again in the future I want to make sure everything is correct.
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i5 2500k @ 4.5ghz ASUS P8P67 MSI Radeon HD 7970 8GB (4x2GB) G. SKILL Ripjaw Series 1600 DDR3 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
240gb Corsair Force 3 Sata III Lite On Blu Ray Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit ASUS VH238H x 2 
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XArmor U9BL Seasonic X750 Gold CoolerMaster HAF 912 plus Logitech MX 518 
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i5 2500k @ 4.5ghz ASUS P8P67 MSI Radeon HD 7970 8GB (4x2GB) G. SKILL Ripjaw Series 1600 DDR3 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
240gb Corsair Force 3 Sata III Lite On Blu Ray Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit ASUS VH238H x 2 
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XArmor U9BL Seasonic X750 Gold CoolerMaster HAF 912 plus Logitech MX 518 
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