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    Default Re: Newbie temp question

    For 4 GB you may also need more MCH Core 1.24-1.26v in addition to vcore and VTT.
    Setting CPU PLL one step above it's default may help too.
    You may try to use LLC(Load Line Calibration) which will enable using lower vcore.

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    Default Re: Newbie temp question

    ok thanks for your replys is this what your after ? and can you advise how much i shouls increase the voltages too please .

    thanks

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    Default Re: Newbie temp question

    I'd suggest you try 1.225-1.25 Vtt and then maybe 1.85-1.9 Vdimm.

    Memory is rated to 1.9V
    http://www.corsair.com/_datasheets/CM2X2048-6400C5.pdf

    Then once you get going you should set your own memory timings, auto is killing performance for you

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    thanks

    i up'd the voltage of cpu termination and the ram and occtpt3.310 ran a little longer this time before it crashed with same error as before

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    thanks

    just up'd the voltage again to 1.240v and get the same blue screen when occtpt goes to 99.6% cpu usage the next voltage is 1.260v would it be ok to select this ?
    Last edited by REDBULL; 04-02-2010 at 01:56 AM. Reason: updated

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    Default Re: Newbie temp question

    Do you mean cpu termination vtt ? i up'd it to 1.240v

    thanks

    also how do i enable LLC and would it help ?

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    Default Re: Newbie temp question

    Set the
    cpu core at 1.29375v
    cpu termination at 1.300v

    and still gets blue screen when running occtpt3.310 , my pc's fine and doesnt crash or anthing when running normal so think ill leave it as it is now , when you were on about my memory settings do you mean change the 5-5-5-18 setting and enter them manually at these ?

    thanks

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    Default Re: Newbie temp question

    Ya, I meant manually setting your memory timings. Does Prime95 or LinX crash on you, or just OCCT?

    You may need 1.325-1.35 Vcore (Or more) and 1.3-1.34 Vtt, that is a high FSB for a quad so using lower voltages to start with isn't going to help you find out. Set it high enough it is stable, then you can lower later as you test

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