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    Default Gigabyte UD3R Rev2 + timings

    Finally i can boot at 2000mhz on my memorys. Kingston DDR3 PC18000. But my problem is that it just wont boot with anything else the AUTO on mem timings. What should i change?

    Settings:

    200x21
    QPI clock - x36
    Uncore - 20
    Mem multi - 10
    XMP - Disable
    LLC - Level 1
    Vcore - 1,3
    QPI/VTT - 1,38
    Dram V - 1,66
    IOH Core - 1,20

    Right now im using the FE bios, is it the best? And how do i fix so when i get BSOD it pause the screen so i can see what code it is?

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    Default Re: Gigabyte UD3R Rev2 + timings

    What CPU are you using?

    So you're just having problems setting timings right? What are you trying to set them at?

    You probably need more QPI/Vtt for sure (1.4-1.5), and IOH may help if you lower it instead of raise (Maybe 1.14)

    Here is how to disable Auto restart on BSOD so it will stay on screen


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    Default Re: Gigabyte UD3R Rev2 + timings

    Problem solved. Hade to change one timing and raised IOH to 1.2. Rolling on now :)

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    Default Re: Gigabyte UD3R Rev2 + timings

    Nice to hear you are having some success now!

    IOH 1.2 shouldn't be needed, did you try lower now that you adjusted that other setting (Maybe 1.14)?

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    Default Re: Gigabyte UD3R Rev2 + timings

    Nice when things work. I need to uncore clock to 20 , otherwise it wont boot. But will try lower ioh later. Maybe dont need that much like u say !

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    Default Re: Gigabyte UD3R Rev2 + timings

    You have uncore 20 in your first post, so I didn't even mention it :)

    Ya you should be ok with less IOH voltage, good luck with the tweaking and testing!

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