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    Default Re: X58A-UD7 and 6GB Transcend axeRam D3 2000+ problems (BSOD)

    Quote Originally Posted by wazza300 View Post
    You might see freezes with too much or not enough qpi voltage,I would manually set that and dram voltage,you can enable CPU and pci-e spread spectrum,I think mine uses 1.26v but shows 1.23v under load due to vdroop I don't use loadline calibration but it depends on each CPU

    What qpi voltage does auto use?

    Oh and I use 8.8.8.24 timings even at 1600mhz,that would help you use slightly less qpi voltage
    Can you explain in a few words what CPU and PCI-E spread spectrum does? It seems that 1.35QPI Voltage wasn't enough. Can't figure out what is the auto voltage on it, how can I see it?

    And what about Load Line Calibration? Some people say use it, some don't. Any pros and cons?

    A zillion thanx for your extra help till now, really!

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    Default Re: X58A-UD7 and 6GB Transcend axeRam D3 2000+ problems (BSOD)

    It's up to you whether you use llc,personally I don't bother,pci-e and CPU spread spectrum I'm not 100% sure,auto should be fine if not sure,some say disabled helps with oc but I find no difference if on/off/auto

    The asus software should show you current voltages asus probe I think, if you set CPU voltage from auto to offset then look in hardware monitor in the BIOS it should show you the default CPU voltage,then you can add the extra voltage needed to be stable at 100% load in voltage offset try 0.03750v set qpi to 1.3250v dram to 1.64 or 1.54v,and timings to 8.8.8.24@1600mhz

    Try that,test with 10 runs of linx or Intel burn test on high,if passes then you can say its stable,if not add one/two clicks more voltage offset and retest,maybe one/two clicks more qpi,but test with offset first
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    Default Re: X58A-UD7 and 6GB Transcend axeRam D3 2000+ problems (BSOD)

    Time for sleep. I will inform you about that tommorrow! Thanx again!

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