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    Default Re: i5 750 running all the time at x24 / p55-UD3

    it should be 1.64 when you set it to 1.66 in the bios,like this

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    Default Re: i5 750 running all the time at x24 / p55-UD3

    1.66 will be less than that actual, like wazza shows you above.

    1.65+ will not damage anything, as long as you keep your QPI/Vtt within .5 of the ram voltage you can use any ram voltage you want.

    See here, 1.82V dram set, CPU alive. Also note, set value is not actual applied amount as we mentioned


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    Thank you very much for the support, see, when i set it to 1.66 in bios i got 1.66 in windows :



    but you say that the differnece must just be within 0.5v so i will test it now
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    Ahh, ok!

    Thanks, looks like your voltage values are more close to actual than most, so you got lucky or unlucky depending on how you see it.

    Anyway, you can use 1.64-1.66 actual and be fine anyhow, as long as you keep QPI/Vtt within .5 of dram voltage

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    Damn i got a new freeze, when i see in the events log i found the problem named power-kernel and the code is

    - EventData

    BugcheckCode 0
    BugcheckParameter1 0x0
    BugcheckParameter2 0x0
    BugcheckParameter3 0x0
    BugcheckParameter4 0x0
    SleepInProgress false
    PowerButtonTimestamp 0

    Can i try upping the Qpi/Vtt (running now with 1.21, DDR to 1.66 and all other voltages to normal) ? wich value can i set ?


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    Default Re: i5 750 running all the time at x24 / p55-UD3

    Ahh, that's not cool. The even log I mean, it doesn't show any values :)

    Yes, try 1.23-1.25 QPI and see how things go

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    ok, i will test 1.25. with the previous settings i have got this morning and for the first time a bsod at the exact time when i get generally a freeze (a minute after login), here"s the code :
    a clock interrupt was not received on a secondary processor within the allocated time interval
    stop : 0x00000101
    0x0.....31,0x0......0,0xFFFF880009E9180,0x0......x

    what do you think ? a vcore problem ?
    http://forums.tweaktown.com/f69/p55a...31/#post357807


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    Default Re: i5 750 running all the time at x24 / p55-UD3

    Yes 101 means you need more Vcore

    So for now leave QPI/Vtt on what you were using, and raise the vcore

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    am here cause i have always the same problem, i rised a little the vcore to 1.26 bios and didn't help, i will try rising more but for now i want to explore the rams so i tested the two modules in one time and it's stable, now i have to test each one individually. i have the modules at slot 1-3 so my question, have i to test each one at slot 1 or i use the slot 1 for one module and then the slot 3 for the other just to know if also the port present a problem ?


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    Default Re: i5 750 running all the time at x24 / p55-UD3

    I would test both ways, same stick in each slot (Once for each stick), then each stick one by one in the same slots.

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