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post #8511 of 10702
Not a max overclock, but I want to stay around 1.4V or so.

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Can anyone help me figure out why I can't set my RAM to 2133..

Sittin' at 5.0 but it won't boot at all with 2133, 1866 boots but gives me a BSOD 1a (memory management).
post #8513 of 10702
faMine, maybe you need some more VCCIO (aka QPI, VTT). My board needs 1.100v for 2133MHz.
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Have you increased the DRAM voltage at all?

I think my VTT is higher than 1.1v.

I'll try now.
post #8515 of 10702
Getting RAM stable is a matter of memory density, number of DIMMs, timings and the quality of the DRAM itself.

My 2x4GB sticks are advertised as DDR3-2000 on 1.55V 9-11-9-28-2T... I have them running at DDR3-2133 on 1.55V 10-11-10-27-1T. For my DIMMs it's not a matter of VCCIO...it's actually undervolted down to .975V. VCCSA is at .850V and CPU PLL is at a cool 1.45V
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Getting RAM stable is a matter of memory density, number of DIMMs, timings and the quality of the DRAM itself.
My 2x4GB sticks are advertised as DDR3-2000 on 1.55V 9-11-9-28-2T... I have them running at DDR3-2133 on 1.55V 10-11-10-27-1T. For my DIMMs it's not a matter of VCCIO...it's actually undervolted down to .975V. VCCSA is at .850V and CPU PLL is at a cool 1.45V
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Getting RAM stable is a matter of memory density, number of DIMMs, timings and the quality of the DRAM itself.
My 2x4GB sticks are advertised as DDR3-2000 on 1.55V 9-11-9-28-2T... I have them running at DDR3-2133 on 1.55V 10-11-10-27-1T. For my DIMMs it's not a matter of VCCIO...it's actually undervolted down to .975V. VCCSA is at .850V and CPU PLL is at a cool 1.45V

It is dangerous to fidle with vccsa...even undervolting it...and it has no impact on OC and temps...leave it at stock...
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It is dangerous to fidle with vccsa...even undervolting it...and it has no impact on OC and temps...leave it at stock...
I'd love to see a reliable source for this. I remember seeing it mentioned on the earliest OC guide from XS or something, but there was never any explanation to accompany the warning. I've been running for over a year at this settings as well.
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Hi all, I've been away a bit from OC because I was quite busy but just recently getting back into it. Changed to a custom water cooling from a massive D-14 simply because I wanted to play around with custom water cooling. Those all in one solutions really don't give me much satisfaction as oppose to getting all the parts together and assembling them in good old DIY style. So I've successfully put together a 240 rad simple CPU only loop right now, planning to go GPU water cooling as well in the future. (Right now my GPUs don't really need it, nor are there any good water blocks for them because they are heavily customised.)

Anyway now onto the good stuff, I have re-done my previous submission of 5ghz with HT off, stablised with slightly lower vcore, and a fresh new setup @ 5ghz with HT turned on.

Here's the proof for the new HT off setup. As usual, I only feel my computer to be truly stable after a full cycle of custom blend at 18 hours:
(PS: Before anyone ask, I forgotten to delete the line "HT off for better gaming". done my share of testing and I no longer stand by that claim tongue.gif)
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Bios templates is below:
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One thing I've tested getting this stable is try to use lower LLC, and the conclusion is that the minimum stable max load Vcore required does not change no matter what LLC level I use. The frequency of Vcore fluctuation did greatly reduced when I was using a High LLC as oppose to Ultra High or Extreme, however the overall range of the fluctuation (max Vcore recorded minus the lowest Vcore recorded) doesn't change. Somehow I am not seeing over-shoots which some people have mentioned. In the end I decided to tolerate a more variable Vcore by using Extreme LLC Simply because Extreme sounds nice......

Posting this first, uploading the HT on results and bios in a bit.
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post #8519 of 10702
And here's my HT on settings.

Proof:
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Bios settings below. In short, nothing was changed besides the HT setting and Vcore.:
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Hey I'm just wondering if anyone can help me with something about my overclock that's got me a bit confused... My CPU can pass 12 hour blend tests on Prime95 and has been running fine for weeks. I had one occasion though a few weeks back where Portal 2 made the computer lockup and I got a blue screen saying something about a clock interrupt not being recieved or something like that. It's the same blue screen I kept seeing during the process of getting my overclock stable, or at least what I thought was stable! So i bumped up the Vcore one increment on the offset voltage and have been usng the computer without any apparent problems since. Today I was playing BF3 for about 45 minutes and then suddenly the computer just locked up and I got that blue screen with the clock interrupt message again. I don't get it, I can pass 12 hours on Prime95 and use the computer for all sorts of things without seeing any problems, but playing a game can cause this... I follwed munaim1's guide to overclock and have checked other links on the front page of this thread but still don't know what to do or what is causing this. I am using offset voltage with C1E enabled and with C3 & C6 disabled btw. Anyone got any ideas what it could be? It seems like it's hard for me to try different things and test to see if it's fixed as it only happens on rare occasions when playing a game. Thanks.
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