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    Default X58-UD3R Rev 1.6 & 920 D0 @ 4Ghz [*FAIL*]

    As the title says, i've been trying for almost a week different bios settings for 4Ghz. Nothing seems to work, i can do 3.8Ghz with 1.28v (BIOS, 1.21v Full LOAD).

    I've no idea what to touch...i believe i tried everything: High Vcore - High QPI/VTT - Relaxed timings - 1.66Vdimm - 1.88 CPU PLL - PCIe 101 but yet i cant even manage to pass 40 seconds @ LinX (BSOD 124 which is related with VTT as far i understood but yet i cant really pinpoint the exact problem) however i can do without any issue 5 hours of linx (Signature) @ 3.8Ghz HT off.

    Perhaps my 920's IMC is really crappy ?.

    Hopefully someone will give me a hand ^^.

    Thanks for reading.
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    Default Re: X58-UD3R Rev 1.6 & 920 D0 @ 4Ghz [*FAIL*]

    what qpi/vtt voltage are you using for 4ghz? did you set uncore freq to twice mem multi plus one? or plus two?
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    Default Re: X58-UD3R Rev 1.6 & 920 D0 @ 4Ghz [*FAIL*]

    I tried from 1.15 (Default) up to 1.35 (Intel max safe correct ?). Regarding the uncore i think i was using mem multiplier (8x+1), 17 i guess.

    No matter what i kept getting BSOD 124.
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    Default Re: X58-UD3R Rev 1.6 & 920 D0 @ 4Ghz [*FAIL*]

    124 BSOD means you need more QPI/Vtt, you can try more or a lower uncore multi. Either way more is fine, 1.35 max is only if you are using 1.5 vdimm.

    You only need to keep the QPI/Vtt within .5 of the dram voltage, meaning you can use any voltage for QPI/Vtt or Vdimm you like, as long as they remain within .5 of each other.

    See my thoughts on XMP and QPI/Vtt amounts here
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    you can use upto 1.5 qpi voltage you may need more than 1.35,try with 1.4v for qpi/vtt and raise one click at a time,dont be scared to use more than 1.35v qpi its safe to go above that dont go higher than 1.5v though,you wont need that much
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    Default Re: X58-UD3R Rev 1.6 & 920 D0 @ 4Ghz [*FAIL*]

    Thanks for your answer.

    What do you think i should put ? 1.4 ? I got air cooling (TRUE 120 @ PushPull).
    Untill now i thought it was a huge risk go past 1.35 QPI / VTT.
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    Default Re: X58-UD3R Rev 1.6 & 920 D0 @ 4Ghz [*FAIL*]

    try one or two clicks up from 1.35qpi
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    Default Re: X58-UD3R Rev 1.6 & 920 D0 @ 4Ghz [*FAIL*]

    Tried with almost 1.5 QPI, still same problem.
    At 4GHZ i get BSOD 124 after 15 seconds of LinX.

    Any other suggestion :< ?
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    Default Re: X58-UD3R Rev 1.6 & 920 D0 @ 4Ghz [*FAIL*]

    try with just 2x ram multi for your uncore freq,and lower qpi/vtt voltage say 1.4v
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    Default Re: X58-UD3R Rev 1.6 & 920 D0 @ 4Ghz [*FAIL*]

    What uncore are you using now, sorry it's too hard to see in your image.

    Try using only 2x ram multi if you are using more than that, if you are already just using 2x then try using 2x + 1-2 and see if that helps.

    x44 QPI might help too, if you stay at 180 Bclk.

    Normally 124 BSOD is QPi/Vtt, but it can also be Vcore if it is way to low, and you are using 1.21 under load so that might not be enough. Try the above and if none of that helps try 1.25 Vcore under load real quick and see if the 124 BSOD stops, of course use 1.35-1.375 QPI while testing this

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