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p8p67 deluxe, possible ram problem

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hey guys i have the p8p67 deluxe teamed with a 2600k. Im using the ram from my previous rig which is gskill ripjaws(blue) 1600mhz 7-8-7-24 @1.6v. Thing is when i first set up my sandy bridge rig i had to use the memok button and it downclocked the ram to 1333 @1.5v @9-9-9-24.

I cant seem to get my ram running at its factory specs. Its the weirdest thing. When i hit the memok button i notice in the bios it changes my bclk from 100mhz to 103mhz.

im running bios ver 1502.

anyone else have similar problems?

is a 103mhz bclk safe to use for 24/7?

edit: ok i tried again, this time i enabled internalpllovervoltage and lowered bclk to 100mhz and it worked. damned if i know why.

what is internal pll over voltage?
Edited by AliceInChains - 4/1/11 at 12:33am
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c300, 2X WD CAVAIAR BLACK 640GB RAID 0 LG Bluray/Dvd Rewriter 7 Ult Gateway 24" lcd 1920x1200 
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Lycosa Corsair 750w tx Cooler Master HAF 932 black g9 
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It's for unlocking higher multipliers when you hit a wall with PLL overvoltage disabled (this can be anywhere between X44 to X53).

But it's NOT the "CPU PLL voltage" (also known as PLL supply voltage) or VccPLL.

It might be related to one of these:
ICC_VCCPLL PLL supply current — — 1.5 A
ICC_VCCPLL_TDC PLL sustained supply current — — 0.93 A

I wonder if PLL Overvoltage raises the PLL supply current? (It's been proven with a DMM that it does NOT raise the PLL supply voltage).

Wonder if anyone actually knows...
Edited by Falkentyne - 4/1/11 at 2:02am
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