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    Default Re: X58A-UD3R: Missing Memory only at 1600MHz

    What Uncore? Try 2x +1-2, and just 2x. Each time you change this it should cause a semi power-down, which if a channel is failing it will come back even if settings are off a bit so watch out for false hopes due to this. If a channel comes back after changing this, reboot fully once more to ensure the desired outcome is the same.

    You may also need 1.3-1.35 QPI/Vtt, depends on what your CPU needs
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    Default Re: X58A-UD3R: Missing Memory only at 1600MHz

    I'll see what happens after next boot. Tweaking uncore and QPI w/ those voltages brings about the 4gb where auto sees all.... for now at least.

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    Default Re: X58A-UD3R: Missing Memory only at 1600MHz

    Would disabling CPU C1E and EIST while leaving those voltages on AUTO have any effect on this? I haven't seen 4gb since I turned those off (but could be just a coincidence).

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    Default Re: X58A-UD3R: Missing Memory only at 1600MHz

    Well once you find the correct QPI voltages you wont see 4GB, that should only happen when things are a bit "off"

    Not sure, it could, I always have them disabled since I am an overclocker. Since they change voltages and clocks when enabled it very well could be.

    Do you plan to overclock anyway? If so leave them disabled and continue your testing and start your overclocking

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    Default Re: X58A-UD3R: Missing Memory only at 1600MHz

    First boot this morning was good (w/ C1E & EIST disabled, voltages AUTO w/ VDIMM 1.5V). I do plan on overclocking the CPU again once I've convinced myself the memory is stable. :) I don't suppose it's possible to see what voltages it's using at the moment through AUTO?

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    Default Re: X58A-UD3R: Missing Memory only at 1600MHz

    easytune will show you your voltages under tuner/advanced/voltages 1, the power on is what the components use when starting up and target are what it uses once in windows,click on cpu tab in easytune and youll see your cpu voltage in real time,if c1e and eist are affecting ram then its as they reduce voltage when idle,when you disable them its not restricting your cpu voltage and the memory controller is there, i dont think it throttles qpi/vtt voltage though
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    Default Re: X58A-UD3R: Missing Memory only at 1600MHz

    Yeap Easytune will show you what the BIOS is setting for Auto, and Everest Ultimate will show you several actual voltages too.

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    Default Re: X58A-UD3R: Missing Memory only at 1600MHz

    I'll have a look at both of those when I get to overclocking. With the new sticks and C1E and CIST disabled I haven't had any memory dissapear over the weekend which is fantastic (including using sleep mode). The old sticks were definitely sketchy on first boot but these are solid.

    If all stays well we can get back into overclocking. =)

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    Default Re: X58A-UD3R: Missing Memory only at 1600MHz

    Great to hear! Sounds like they are fine to me, now you can get to overclocking.

    Of course since you have had all this prolonged hassle, now when you loose a channel you will be more apt to think it is faulty memory or something, but I think it wont be - just settings.

    It can happen from time to time until you find the right settings, as you go forward with your overclock I mean, so once you start and you see it happen sometimes don't worry once you dial things in you will be fine.

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    Default Re: X58A-UD3R: Missing Memory only at 1600MHz

    If I experience dissapearing memory, what voltage would I normally have to tweak to fix it? More QPI? IOH? Should I just post the current settings as they are?

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