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Hi guys

unfortunatly Jpmboy stop to help me on the steps he give me to follow. here https://www.overclock.net/forum/5-in...l#post27827150 maybe because my bad english and dont understand the techincal instruction as fast he hope. or my possible attitude resulting of my stupidity to buy those 4x 4600mhz not compatible with my motherboard for an crazy price... i dont know but he was already nice to help me to this level and understand some parts who will make the work more easy for who want to help me to finbish this overcloking

can you please tell me what to do next or even restart all if you think is neceassary to finish this overcloking ? i realy need to finish this overclocking to continue my project who is blocked actualy because that since many days.

realy need to finish this OC
You already got a stable RAM OC of 4100+, that's better than most OCs. Other than seeing a number on a tab, I doubt you'll ever know the difference between 4100 and 4600. Then you changed BIOS versions, so all the work put into establishing the previous RAM OC was for naught - you gotta start over. On top of that, you were asked more than a couple of times to get a USB memory stick so you could post the actual BIOS caps instead of phone cam shots. If you are going to ask for help, you will need to abide requests from those offering the help.

Personally, I would try to get back to the 4100 stable OC you had previously. 4600 may not be achievable with your RAM/Board/CPU combination for anybody but very experienced overclockers well versed in every aspect of RAM OCing. You've got a nice set-up, it's time to quit obsessing over that last little bit of RAM OC and start enjoying the system.

Just my 2 cents with the admission that RAM OCing has brought me more headaches than any other aspect of OC'd system building.

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