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    Default Re: Very strange behaviour after changing PC case and PSU

    Try above or below 400, and without the b if you can. Like 403 or 397

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    Ok will do now but the option with no letter on the SPD is not available
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    Again complete system lockup within 10-15 min Orthos Blend @ FSB 403. Trying 397 now
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    One more complete system lockup at 397 FSB Orthos Blend after 1min 30 secs
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    Default Re: Very strange behaviour after changing PC case and PSU

    Memory tweaking is hard to get right, takes some time. 444 would be best, but if you cannot get 555 stable 444 will surely not be.

    Try the settings I suggested in Post #4 for subtimings., with 555 main

    Keep in mind, I personally say this ram is not very compatible with GA boards, but others disagree. It will just take you some time playing with it. Try adding .125 MCH

    And try hitting Control + F1 on the main page, then go into MIT and see if you have 2.0 without a letter. You should always have the options with and without letters

    You may want to try 410 or so, or try using 8.5 X 425 as your CPU multi to get around the strap letter on the ram

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    I upped the voltages for MCH one notch and now Blend has been stable for 3,30hrs. Gonna see if I can set mems to 4-4-4-12 again and still be stable. Cross my fingers :)
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    There ya go! I thought maybe it needed a bit more. Memory tweaking can be a tedious task, and not cut out for the impatient. Just don't give up or get frustrated and overvolt things way too much trying to make them work as that is not the way to get things done.

    And I didnt meant your voltage bump you just mentioned.
    I just said that because I have seen users say "Well I even upped the Ram voltages to 2.4 or 2.5 and no luck" That type of thing is not the way to go about things

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    Default Re: Very strange behaviour after changing PC case and PSU

    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    And I didnt meant your voltage bump you just mentioned.
    I just said that because I have seen users say "Well I even upped the Ram voltages to 2.4 or 2.5 and no luck" That type of thing is not the way to go about things
    Ok. Now I am a bit confused? I should not have upped the MCH volt? I upped it from +0.100 to +0.125
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    NO, NO, NO. You are FINE in doing that

    That is why I added the comment saying "I Didn't Mean your voltage bump you just mentioned"

    That is fine, I mean some users get volt crazy thinking it is going to help, or it is the proper way to go about things.

    You are fine in what you are doing man!

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    Oh and another thing., I got this cooler for free from a friend. I know its not the best but its better than my stock cooler BUT will it be possible to mount it on my board? It seems It need to be mounted with some backplate on the backside of the mobo...

    http://www.viperlair.com/reviews/coo.../spire/vertii/
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