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Hi I have these Ripjaws stable with the settings in pics. Thier default is 7-8-7-24 1600 at 1.6V

If I try to raise the CPU/NB speed up one to 2700 I get a BSOD juat as the windows logo ends it freezes and goes to BSOD

Which would be Voltages to raise to correct this please? The NB will run at 2700 The CPU/NB Volts is currentlt 1.106V

Thanks
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Originally Posted by moonmanas View Post
Hi I have these Ripjaws stable with the settings in pics. Thier default is 7-8-7-24 1600 at 1.6V

If I try to raise the CPU/NB speed up one to 2700 I get a BSOD juat as the windows logo ends it freezes and goes to BSOD

Which would be Voltages to raise to correct this please? The NB will run at 2700 The CPU/NB Volts is currentlt 1.106V

Thanks
Here this should help you:http://www.techreaction.net/2010/10/...locking-guide/
BTW,you can raise the CPU/NB up to 1.55v.Just don't exceed that.
Edited by AMOCO - 3/11/11 at 3:05am
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CPU/NB Voltage @ 1.25-1.30V should fix it.
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Most people rarely ever need above 1.4V for ovreclocking CPU-NB.
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CPU/NB Voltage @ 1.25-1.30V should fix it.
Thanks I got it stable on 787/24 at 1704with the lower CPU/NB speed will bare in mind im probably way low on 1.106 CPU/NB V

I also tried 999/24 at 1800 that would start up more but randomly crash once in windows, hey it was much better in benchmarks though
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Most people rarely ever need above 1.4V for ovreclocking CPU-NB.

Ok thanks again im jotting all these bits down, Ive come on a lot last couple of days, yesterday I even found to do the Vcore and CPU/NB V on manual instead offset!

Ive just ordered a new mobo Asus GTD PRO thing, that be here in morning will get that in place reload windows on the ssd, and and put the 787/24 ripjaws in temporarilly as Ive got a 4gb kit of 777/24 ripjaws coming they are on QVL. By then hopefully the TIM would have settled and I can go all out for a decent OC

The other parts can then go on fleabay, just need a cpu to make a complete system prolly get a 555 to chuck in it..... Thanks
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Looks good to me! Tell me how the 7-7-7-24 Ripjaws do; with the tRCD below 8, they are definitely something that isn't the usual PSC and likely much better.
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Its 1 am no sleep for days hope board is here early just realised my image from the ssd will be going back on a different board, you think I may have trouble booting windows that way? may as well start over from clean ssd want a nice install. on this new GTD PRO board should I just put on the newest ccc? And use the NB SB ACHI Drivers from asus web site?

Will pop back later when Ive done it, won't get the 777/24's until Tuesday earliest but will see if I can do a better job of the 787/24's at 1800 on new board, going to clean erase thuis ssd now and take board out in prep.......cheers
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