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Windows 7: x58A-UD3R - included: Dump & System files

15 Oct 2010   #41
CarlTR6

Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Dave76 View Post
Your overclocking, again.

You should set you BIOS at defaults, test for stability. Run memtest86+, if it passes then run Prime95 blend test.

Worry about RAM frequency later, first get your system stable. If it's not stable at default settings, then you know you have a problem with your RAM.
Once you OC you don't know what the cause of your instability is from.
Spot on advice!


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15 Oct 2010   #42
hello people

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 

I tested it for 7 hours....as specified earlier.

NO error

Now what?

THANKS
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15 Oct 2010   #43
sygnus21

Windows 10 Pro
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by hello people View Post
XMP is not supported by my ram modules.

No the cpuz spd is different.

Before I revert and do that...I have tweaked bios from defaults doing this:

from default bios settings....to get my ram to run at spec (1600) I changed to these settings in bios:

memory multi - x12
uncore - x25
ram voltage - 1.66
timings 9 9 9 24/ command rate 1
qpi/ vtt - 1.315v

This is my cpuz:



The ram looks like it is running at the right speed now...but the 'Clocks core speed' is 1598.9mhz......shouldn't it be running at 2.8ghz/ 2800mhz?
- What kind of RAM is this?
- What are the specs of the RAM?

If the spec sheet for the modules say, for example... 1600MHz @8-8-8-20, Volt 1.6, and the modules don't support XMP.... then that's what you'd manually set in the BIOS.

In short, what's posted on the modules is what should be set in the BIOS! This way you take the "guess" work out.

My corsair modules for example are designed to run @ 1600MHz, 8-8-8-20, 1.6 Volts. However, and this is where experience comes in, even though my modules support XMP, I set them manually because XMP raises my CPU Vcore & QPI/VTT voltages higher than I actually need.

My point.... set the RAM to their specified specs manually!!!

Right now your RAM sticks are running at 1600, if they’re designed to run at that speed, no problem, if not….problem. Read the spec sheet!!!

Some people will tell you anything above 1066 is theoretically overclocked, that’s debatable. Again, my system doesn’t have to be overclocked to run my modules at 1600, all I have to do is enable XMP and the modules run at that speed.

I would suggest you run the system at its default settings but manually set the RAM to its specs, run mentest. If the RAM errors out, you know you have a problem with the RAM running at its intended speed!!! If no errors, you know the RAM is stable at that speed and the BSOD's aren't RAM related!!!

Now, once you start overclocking from there... well...

Hope this clears things up.
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15 Oct 2010   #44
hello people

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 

I mentioned what kind of ram it was some posts ago.

Just ran with this. Cold boot....after 3 hrs almost......no boot....dbl boot....no actual bsod

memory multi - x12
uncore - x25
ram voltage - 1.66
timings 9 9 9 24/ command rate 1
qpi/ vtt - 1.315v
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15 Oct 2010   #45
sygnus21

Windows 10 Pro
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by hello people View Post
Just ran with this. Cold boot....after 3 hrs almost......no boot....dbl boot....no actual bsod
Not sure what you mean here, but if the system is failing to boot with the RAM at its rated speed, replace it.

If the system is only two weeks old, there's no need in fighting faulty RAM. Have it fixed, replaced, or returned.

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by hello people View Post
Bought whole system (you can see in 'my system specs') 2 weeks ago
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15 Oct 2010   #46
spyknee

W7 Ulti/64, XP Pro/32
 
 

First off his latest cpu z shows a cpu underclock. Defaults values will not put the hardware at specs. It will allow the puter to POST, so you can enter bios and SET THE MANUFACTURERS SPECS!

Threader,
you should set the cpu to 2.8 GHz, at correct voltage, same for ram. You need to set these values with the base clock and dram settings. They are interlinked with a QPI mobo.
I think that uncore multi is to high. Default it for now. You will change that when you get a stable platform you can OC. You need to strike a balance with the different options that get you a CPU at 2.8GHz and RAM at 1600MHz. I say disable eist, ht, green lan all those things that leave decisions for the mobo to make.
You need a stable baseline to start with if you intend to OC. You also need to let mobo run awhile with baseline settings to break the mobo in, before going to OC mode. I have done these things, this build has never crashed, except once, I was playing with video card. Its OC'd to hell. You'll luv how the X58 OC's with QPI. But slow down and get a baseline, watch the linked relationships in bios!

Its been awhile since build and I'm slowly remembering my approach. Its an amatuers approach, very simple. If you are interested I will get more detailed.
ie: look my bios again for choices, refresh me mind.
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15 Oct 2010   #47
sygnus21

Windows 10 Pro
 
 

Was this addressed to me?

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by spyknee View Post
First off his latest cpu z shows a cpu underclock. Defaults values will not put the hardware at specs. It will allow the puter to POST, so you can enter bios and SET THE MANUFACTURERS SPECS!
No kidding

Please read this entire thread before making assumptions!!!

BTW his "cpu underclock" is caused by EIST (Enhanched Intel Speedstep Technology) In short.... his power management, as explained here... https://www.sevenforums.com/crashes-d...ml#post1014795, in this very thread
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15 Oct 2010   #48
spyknee

W7 Ulti/64, XP Pro/32
 
 

No it was not. It was directed at the thread in general. I have read the thread. I did not get pointed when my advice was gainsayed. I stated what was to me the obvious based on his last cpu z pic.
This is about helping the threader, you and I do not matter! So........................moving forward. LOL
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15 Oct 2010   #49
hello people

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 

I'm buying a new board and ram.....any tips?

I want a great board but not over featured....but a great board and ram that is perfect for it

Any ideas....remember my cpu is i7930
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15 Oct 2010   #50
spyknee

W7 Ulti/64, XP Pro/32
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by hello people View Post
I'm buying a new board and ram.....any tips?

I want a great board but not over featured....but a great board and ram that is perfect for it

Any ideas....remember my cpu is i7930
Well considering your current is the one I use. I'm tainted.
Your keeping the cpu, obviously you select one that the cpu is for. DOH!
Select a mobo that works your video card wants. ie SLI or Cross Fire
Add ram thats on the mobos QVL.
Get the right SATA ports for your drive, another mobo consideration. SATA 1, 2 or 3.
Onboard sound??????
Luck
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