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    Default Re: BIOS Advice GA-H57M-USB3

    Thanks Chike,

    So with your formula, it would be 1333 / 1600 * 8 = 6.665 rounded up to 7. Very cool. Anyone have ideas for QPI/Vtt. or do I just experiment. I know some guys are going as high as 1.35V.

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    Default Re: BIOS Advice GA-H57M-USB3

    According to spec 1.4v is absolute max.
    What do you have it at now? Could be that you won't need more at all.

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    Right now I just have it in auto which I think is 1.10. I usually just leave things in auto if I don't know what I'm doing.

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    Default Re: BIOS Advice GA-H57M-USB3

    And everything ok with 2 modules installed, memtest86+ and maybe other stress tests?
    Is there somewhere in the BIOS you can see the value that is set, or check the target value in EasyTune -> Advanced -> Voltage tab, if you have it installed.
    If it's stable now maybe you don't need any more, if not try 1.155v.

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    Default Re: BIOS Advice GA-H57M-USB3

    Thanks Chike,

    I'll do some Memtest86 and stress testing with the new values, and if there are problems I'll increase QPI to 1.155V. Not gonna happen today though... busy with family stuff. I'll reply with the results.

    Later

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