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I just bought another 4GB kit and now I have 4x2GB of G. Skill Ripjaws X 1600MHz CAS6 latency. Immediately, I tried using XMP in the BIOS and the computer won't POST at all. Is this normal for 4 sticks? Do I need to increase VCCIO as suggested by pioneerisloud here: http://www.overclock.net/intel-memor...l#post15339339 ??
Try increasing the vccio, once you get it post run a memtest to check under stock that it's working as intended.
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Hey,

I'm running an Asus Maximus IV Extreme-Z board and the 2500K i5 processor. Where should I start if I want to push this board / processor to the 5.1-5.2GHz area?

Any specifics I need to know for this?
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Hey,

I'm running an Asus Maximus IV Extreme-Z board and the 2500K i5 processor. Where should I start if I want to push this board / processor to the 5.1-5.2GHz area?

Any specifics I need to know for this?
Start low somewhere around 4.5/4.8 and then work your way up, it's no good throwing voltage around and hoping for the best, it's more time consuming and can become fustrating. Working your way up will be better as you gradually see the progress and on that note have the ability to really see what the chip's potential is. HOw do you knwo 5.1/5.2ghz is doable with decent voltage? you won't unless you start at a lower speed, then you can make a decision on whether or not it's really work it. Mind you after a certain point, the chip requires a lot of voltage just for an extra 100mhz, find the sweet spot and then go higher, you can always revert back if you have to.
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ummm are you sure?? you're there on the list, didn't use your full OCN name, just ChiliCheese.
Yeah. I just checked again. I am not seeing it.
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Yeah. I just checked again. I am not seeing it.
Scroll down the spreadsheet and you'll see it.
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I'm at 4.6GHz currently using an O.C. profile on the Maximus IV ROG board, and am sitting at approx 1.360v.

I wouldn't even know where to start (without using this profile) in order to achieve 4.6GHz. I want to understand this stuff and learn what it all is and what each individual setting changes, but I'm not sure where to look.
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I'm at 4.6GHz currently using an O.C. profile on the Maximus IV ROG board, and am sitting at approx 1.360v.

I wouldn't even know where to start (without using this profile) in order to achieve 4.6GHz. I want to understand this stuff and learn what it all is and what each individual setting changes, but I'm not sure where to look.
Work your way up from your profile, I have linked a few guides and my own and a lot of further info is avilable in the first page of this thread
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Mun, update OP with RealTemp 3.69.1

http://www.mediafire.com/?4uixpjtezznuzkd
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Mun, update OP with RealTemp 3.69.1

http://www.mediafire.com/?4uixpjtezznuzkd
It's been out for quite some time, however not many update their realtemp and it does seem that 3.67 works just fine (excluding gigabyte Z68 mobo's )

3.67 and above is fine, but thanks for the heads up.
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It's been out for quite some time, however not many update their realtemp and it does seem that 3.67 works just fine (excluding gigabyte Z68 mobo's )

3.67 and above is fine, but thanks for the heads up.
I agree. If you have a program (and especially a BIOS) that works just fine for you, then there's no reason to update it just because there just happens to be an update available. At least read about it first and see if it actually has anything in it that will benefit, or even harm, your present setup.
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