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    Default Re: GA-EX58-UD4P + Win 7RC = BSOD

    if you have CPU Enhanced Halt (C1E) and C3/C6/C7 State Support enabled youll knock atleast 5 degrees off idling temps,it shouldnt cause you any problems having them enabled @3.4ghz i have them enabled @3.8 no problems
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    I used a pea sized dot directly in the center of the cpu, placed heatsick straing down and tightened 3 twists a side until it firmly locked down like the noctua mount does. If I ever remount I'll probably use TX-3 although the NT-H1 seems to be pretty good stuff from my experience and reviews. I had first planned just to try it out and replace it but it works well enough for now. I've taken several baselines with different ambient temps, once I notice my temps starting to slip I'll probably change it out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wazza300 View Post
    if you have CPU Enhanced Halt (C1E) and C3/C6/C7 State Support enabled youll knock atleast 5 degrees off idling temps,it shouldnt cause you any problems having them enabled @3.4ghz i have them enabled @3.8 no problems
    Thanks for the suggestion but don't really want these functions enabled for my application.

    @Dankbuddha - Did the repaste and reduced idle core temps by 3-4 degrees C.

    Reset bios to above settings in posted MS doc file booted into Win xp64, started coretemp and started Prime95, this time, using small FFT. Have been running over an hour with max core temp @ 74, ambient temp is 24.5. So far no BSOD but if I understand the small FFT testing it really does not test the system memory. (Please correct me if I mis understand)

    Need to shut down tonight and start again in the morning. Had gall blatter removed today and I feel like I've been ran over by a truck...

    Will probably run the blend test again and if BSOD will start playing with increasing QPI/VTT voltage as Lsdmeasap has suggested.

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    Tried running prime95 blend test and continued to fail around 30 minutes. Tried increasing QPI/VTT in each increment in bios from 1.28 to 1.45. After the second increment things got worse as thread 8 would err out after about 1 min. Set back to 1.28 and then tried increasing Cpu Vcore from 1.25 to 1.262 would then start to BSOD.

    I read some things on the Cosair forum that hinted that two 6GB matched sets may not work as a 12GB matched set when trying to O/C so I pulled one 6GB set out of the machine and it ran Prime95 Blend test for 3 hours, no errors. I stopped it and pulled that set and put the other 6GB matched set in. Running same test for almost 3 hours now and no errors.

    I think I am going to RMA the 2-6GB sets and get the 1-12GB set now that Newegg has them in stock. This may solve my problems, will let you know once I receive and try them out.

    In the interim, I want to Thank Everyone for their continued help and support.

    Best regards,
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    Hello again,

    I should be receiving my new memory in about 15hours. The link to memory is: http://www.corsair.com/_datasheets/HX3X12G1600C9.pdf

    I would like to be prepared when it arrives so my questions are the only things I need to change in my settings (posted above as a .doc file) the following:

    Dram Voltage = 1.60

    Channel timings:
    CAS = 9
    tRCD= 9
    tRP = 9
    tRAS= 24
    cmd = 2

    Thanks is advance,
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    Default Re: GA-EX58-UD4P + Win 7RC = BSOD

    Quote Originally Posted by rtucker55 View Post
    Hello again,

    I should be receiving my new memory in about 15hours. The link to memory is: http://www.corsair.com/_datasheets/HX3X12G1600C9.pdf

    I would like to be prepared when it arrives so my questions are the only things I need to change in my settings (posted above as a .doc file) the following:

    Dram Voltage = 1.60

    Channel timings:
    CAS = 9
    tRCD= 9
    tRP = 9
    tRAS= 24
    cmd = 2

    Thanks is advance,
    Rick
    I'm pretty sure you should use cmd 1 not 2.
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    I agree, unless this is cheap memory you should be able to use 1T without issues. If you are forced to use 2T I would return the memory if it was me

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    Default Re: GA-EX58-UD4P + Win 7RC = BSOD

    Installed memory and used cmd 1. Ran coretemp and prime95 blend test.

    @ 2hr-23 min. Worker #1 fatal error: rounding was 0.5 expected less than 0.4

    I continued to allow the test to run until the machine died @ 3hr- 09min. The highest core temp was 71c. I don't think this was a temp thing.

    Increased Vcore from 1.25 to 1.2625 and repeated testing. Temps were the same. Machine died @ 47 min. Had to clear cmos to reboot.

    Loaded optimized settings and ran same testing. Temps around 62c. Machine died @ 1hr-04min. The pwr sply fan did sound like it was working at full tilt...

    Currently just running memtest with optimized settings. will run over night but at a loss of where to head next. I really thought I was home free until the first crash after 2=1/2 hrs. seems like it has just gotten worse.

    Any thoughts or suggestions will be greatly appreciated. I now wonder if I have pushed that little antec earthwatt 500 PS too hard?...

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    Default Re: GA-EX58-UD4P + Win 7RC = BSOD

    When running blend on prime95, it stops the workers in threads if a fault is found as you say.
    I have not seen mine crash the machine, which leads me to think that your case is running very hot after a period of time.
    Which in turn degrades the ability of the PSU .. yours is rated to deliver its full amps at up to 50c.
    It could be your case temp is far higher and the PSU is overloaded ... you could try running with the case open and see if the machine crashes still.
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    Default Re: GA-EX58-UD4P + Win 7RC = BSOD

    Quote Originally Posted by Ickk View Post
    When running blend on prime95, it stops the workers in threads if a fault is found as you say.
    I have not seen mine crash the machine, which leads me to think that your case is running very hot after a period of time.
    Which in turn degrades the ability of the PSU .. yours is rated to deliver its full amps at up to 50c.
    It could be your case temp is far higher and the PSU is overloaded ... you could try running with the case open and see if the machine crashes still.
    Thanks for the reply Ickk,

    The 50c, is that what Antec specifies as the Max. environmental operating temperature?

    I've been running Prime95 for about 4 hrs using the optimized bios settings with no failures yet. According to PC Wizard the CPU temp is 35c, mobo temp is 38c, and power/aux temp is 46c. (Not sure if the latter is internal case temp...) Core 0-3 temps are reported as 65 64 62 60 respectively.

    Is there a better software tool to measure internal case temp? I don't have access to a physical temp probe.

    I will give your suggestion a try but I think I am going to need to spring for a larger case (silent) and pwr sply...

    regards,
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