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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 03-25-2020, 09:56 PM - Thread Starter
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i5-7600K ROG Maximus IX Apex @4,8Ghz stable but crashing after playing a while

Hello i need a little help with my O.C would be nice if someone can help me to figure out whats wrong. I'm having a ROG MAXIMUS IX APEX board with an i5-7600k @ 4,8 GHz 1.25v
RAM: Ballistix Elite BLE4G4D26AFEA.8FAD 2x4GB 1.35v i think those are normaly 2400Mhz but i tried to overclock them to 3200Mhz but it doesn't let me change it over 3000Mhz so yeah i'm actually running them with 3000Mhz and my resposibility for my mouse in games changed to another level feels much better but seems like there are some wrong settings because when i play games like yesterday csgo everything was nice and smooth and then my system freezed. The audio hanged and i had to press restart button i was running teamspeak aswell. All i want is maximum performance to play cod warzone. I made some screenshots of my system and i think my DigiPowercontrols are wrong setupped or my ram running to high frequency but i really like the new mouse resposibility from the DigPower settings or frequency from Ram. Can someone help me out? Oh i forgot my cpu is beheaded.


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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 03-25-2020, 10:26 PM - Thread Starter
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here are some pictures from my Bios but not really the best quality from my phone


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i changed the ram back to 2800Mhz think it's just a little bit to high for the ram and buy me next month 2x8GB 3200Mhz or more. But would be nice to know how to setup the DigPowercontrol settings
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i saw videos on youtube where people overclock his 2100 mhz ram to 3200mhz so why i get bluescreen after 15min of playing a game?
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