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    Default Re: Have same problem with my second X58A-UD3R 2.0 build

    How much qpi/vtt voltage do you need to run your system at stock speeds? at 200 bclk and 12gb of ram running at 1600 mhz you are most likely gonna need 1.4v+ qpi/vtt.

    Intel states 1.35 is max at stock speeds. You are not running stock speeds you are overclocking the bclk from 133 to 200 and trying to run 12gb of ram at 1600 at 200 blck.
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    Default Re: Have same problem with my second X58A-UD3R 2.0 build

    Quote Originally Posted by Acebmxer View Post
    How much qpi/vtt voltage do you need to run your system at stock speeds? at 200 bclk and 12gb of ram running at 1600 mhz you are most likely gonna need 1.4v+ qpi/vtt.

    Intel states 1.35 is max at stock speeds. You are not running stock speeds you are overclocking the bclk from 133 to 200 and trying to run 12gb of ram at 1600 at 200 blck.
    It is possible to run my i7 930 with QPI/VTT at 1.34V with same set of ram set at 9-9-9-24 1600 completely stable 24/7.

    http://forums.tweaktown.com/gigabyte...r-rev-2-a.html

    BTW, Lsdmeasap, pardon, but I do not have a functioning camera at the moment. ^^;

    Furthermore, my situation is remarkably similar to the two other times a gap of paste opened up on the chip running vertically down the center with a width of about 3mm (pardon, it is not 5mm). When I reinstalled my cooler, I could run the system fine. It was the Intel Burn test that led to corruption of memory according to memtest immediately after I passed IBT set to max and run 20 times. I believe that the intense heat IBT is able to generate accelerates the progressive deterioration of my system's ability to run at whatever V and frequencies

    Can somebody please answer the specific question of whether I can reuse the paste I have already applied?
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    Default Re: Have same problem with my second X58A-UD3R 2.0 build

    Oh, shoot. The person I am borrowing this laptop from needs it for work. I will try to get back on line ASAP.

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    Default Re: Have same problem with my second X58A-UD3R 2.0 build

    No, you need to put on new paste each time you remove the CPU.

    Vtt above 1.35 is fine, and actually MANY CPU's will need this for a single 6GB kit at 1600, so you are fine to use more.

    With 12GB you may need 1.35-1.45 depending on your CPU and all other settings used.

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