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    Hmm, odd to see. I see they told you it was OEM, that does not look OEM to me.

    I just replied to your other post about BIOS Profiles. Let me know your thoughts

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    I will let you know, Thanks for your help. My system is running rock solid right now. I posted a screen of CPU-Z. It is the same now as that one. What do you think about timings for my ram? I was running 7-7-7-20 before I enabled XMP..
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    Well if you can run 777-20 before, then you can know likely as well. Just set things manually and disable XMP. I would imagine they should do 777-18/20 at 1333 with 1.6-1.65V as long as you have the correct QPI/Vtt voltage set

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    That is the problem, I wouldn't know where to set QPI/Vtt voltage if I manually set timings. Could I go into bios and see where XMP put my settings and then match them when I manually set timing? Would that be close? I am not sure how much to change voltage when changing timing.

    Maybe I should leave well enough alone?

    I noticed that in my bios there are three memory settings, one for each channel???
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    You can see what XMP sets it to. Then just start there and see if you need more or less. QPI voltage is all up to the CPU, I mean all CPU's need different amounts for any given speed.

    I really cannot even see why QPI Voltage is a part of a XMP Profile anyway, as QPI Voltage is unique to each CPU anyway.

    Yes, you have the correct idea about timings and setting them manually per what you see used.

    Yes, each channel has it's own timings, you want them all to match each other. Except Round Trip Latency, that should follow along a 1,2,3 sequence (Like 51,52,53)

    Set your voltage for your ram to 1.65, then set your timings. You can lower you voltage last after you get your timing set.

    Depending on your CPU, QPI Speed, and Ram speed, that is what will decide how much QPI/Vtt voltage you need. Start with maybe 1.25-1.35 QPI/Vtt, what does your XMP Profile show anyway for QPI/Vtt voltage

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    My QPI/Vtt is at 1.175 Ram voltage is 1.5
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    Well then that may work, but if you have issues try 1.2-1.25 QPI and maybe 1.55-1.6 Ram voltage. The QPI Voltage needed will depend on your CPU, and of course what Blck and actual Ram speed you are using is.

    Be sure uncore Multi is 2x ram multi, and be sure QPI Multi is x36

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    Just to update, I haven't had any startup issues lately at all. Windows has done quite a few updates in the past week to.. Anyway I guess it is ok now??
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    LSD,
    I have been able to get my system to not startup again. If I turn power off to my monitor and start my PC it won't start. I have to have my monitor on for it to start up right. Does it matter which DVI port I connect to on my GPU? Is one the main connection and the other only for adding second monitor?
    System info: Intel I7 920 // Coolermaster Centurion 590 // Gigabyte GA-EX58 UD4P // Coolermaster V8 // 6g (3x2g) Corsair Dominator 1333 //EVGA GeForce GTX 660 SC 2g // SSD Samsung 840 Pro 256gb //Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit

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