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    Default Re: X58A-UD3R Cold boot problem

    Quote Originally Posted by wazza300 View Post
    i think you would be better of with some other ram idk for sure but you can get a batch that doesnt overclock very well,trouble is ram prices in the uk have trippled since i bought mine,there was some ocz obsidian kits on Overclockers UK for 114 but they too have gone up in price,i remember paying just 96 for my kit over a year ago

    have you tried with timings on auto? see how far it gets
    Thanks mate,
    Yes I did try before on AUTO but it failed.

    Lucky you that you could get the ram so cheap. On a good note the shop I bought the memory from (Aria) are very good with their CS and I might be able to swap mine for a different one, as I only bought it a couple of weeks ago. Otherwise I'll stick with what I've got at this speed.

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    yes if you explained to them that you cant run it at its rated speed and timing and that it causes a blue screen error they would let you exchange it for another batch,tell them youve raised voltages and its still unstable at its stock speed/timings
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    Default Re: X58A-UD3R Cold boot problem

    I've seen:
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    In your opinion which one is the best bet for my OC system?

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    Default Re: X58A-UD3R Cold boot problem

    the patriot seem the best for the money

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    Default Re: X58A-UD3R Cold boot problem

    Thanks,

    It just occurred to me, I've changed the memory multi at x6 and the uncore frequency is still at x16 (it all works ok), but am I correct in saying that the uncore frequency should be set at x12 (ie 2 x mem multi)? How come it still works ok?

    From the CPU-Z screenshots of the timings tables, it looks like I can also set these at 8-8-8-19-1T and lower the voltage to 1.55v (as the current frequency is only 573 MHz). Is it ok to make these changes?


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    Default Re: X58A-UD3R Cold boot problem

    it will work better if you set the uncore freq to 12 or 13, i find 2x+! works best for me so 13 will be best imo,but try with 12 also,if you run your ram at 1600mhz 8-8-8-19 will be too tight
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    Default Re: X58A-UD3R Cold boot problem

    Quote Originally Posted by wazza300 View Post
    it will work better if you set the uncore freq to 12 or 13, i find 2x+! works best for me so 13 will be best imo,but try with 12 also,if you run your ram at 1600mhz 8-8-8-19 will be too tight
    OK thanks I'll set it to 12 for now.
    The ram is running at 1146mhz.
    memory multi = x6
    BCLK = 191

    Edit: didn't like uncore 12-13, I had to reset CMOS as the boot up sequence looped. I don't understand why.
    Last edited by uccy; 06-09-2010 at 06:19 AM.

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    Default Re: X58A-UD3R Cold boot problem

    12-14 would be fine uncore for 6x memory mulit. You can always use higher if you want, but it requires more QPI/Vtt and Dram voltage, so maybe your voltages were already high enough that x16 ran fine,.

    That just means that when you now use 13-14 you can probably lower some voltages.

    Try x14

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    Default Re: X58A-UD3R Cold boot problem

    Thanks,
    I'll try 12-14 uncore, what would you suggest I lower the memory voltage an qpi/vtt to please?

    These are the current settings:


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    Default Re: X58A-UD3R Cold boot problem

    I need to know your current full settings before I could say really, but just a guess I'd say you might be able to lower either a few notches.

    Either way, if I see your full settings or not, you would just need to try lowering them one notch at a time and test as you go.

    Why are you using x6 memory anyway, you should at least run the memory at stock using x8 mem multi

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