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    Default Re: Advice/Help with mild OC X58A-UD5

    I changed the QPI speed to x44 and the uncore to x20 and the bios nows sees all 12G. Windows came up and also shows 12G available. Cool. Can you recommend a good stability program to run on this just to make sure everything is running solid and stable? I don't really want to punish the hardware. Just want to make sure it's going to run stable.

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    Default Re: Advice/Help with mild OC X58A-UD5

    By the way, I agree with Lsdmeasap that it is likely BIOS settings related.

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    ^nevermind, :)

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    Intel Burn Test by Agent God

    Download IntelBurnTest 2.5 Free - Stress your computer to find out how stable it is - Softpedia

    Run it in safe mode. Use Custom settings. Set to about 10000-11500. Basically, you can't test more than what your system uses. Run it for 20 passes. This is one of the faster tests. At the same time, it will take a couple of hours.

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    Nice to see you got it going easily without a bunch of hassle tweaking the QPI/Vtt voltage!

    I'd advise you only use 10 or so runs on LinX/IBT, it's really hard on the CPU, all up to you though as everyone has their own thoughts on these programs.

    You can test the system using Prime95 for a few hours or overnight if you want. I always run 4-6 instances of HCI memtest too, with 600-800MB in each window, for 300-500 or 1000%

    You can get all of that here as well as many other programs to test with
    http://forums.tweaktown.com/gigabyte...ity-tools.html

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    You know, I never noticed that sticky. ^^;

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    Prime95 is now running. I'll just let it go all night. Thanks everyone for your help with this. I just got my EVGA 580GTX abd I wanted to OC a bit before I installed it. If all goes well, this weekend will be the new 580 and a new Corsair 1200 PS.

    Thanks again!
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    Good luck testing!

    Here, this may help if you run into any BSOD's

    BSOD Error codes and what they mean:
    0X00000050 << Incorrect Memory Timing/Freq or Uncore Multi
    0X00000124 << Incorrect QPI/Vtt Voltage (To Much/Not Enough)
    0X00000101 << Not enough Vcore Voltage
    0X00000109 << Not enough or too Much memory voltage

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vinster View Post
    on a 920, standard multi is x20 and turbo puts it to x21. if you manually set yout multi to x21 then you force Turbo on all the time.... same goes for a 930, but the multi on a 930 is x21 and turbo is x22...

    These are the power saving settings
    CPU Enhanced Halt (C1E) ................... [Enabled]
    CPU EIST Function ............................ [Enabled]

    by having these enabled your multi will go to a multi of x12 or something when the system is "not operating" and that is how you are saving power... Running at 1.6Ghz while in idle instead of 2.6Ghz. and the multi of x21 comes in when the system is near fully loaded... helping you get the work done quicker so you can go to idle faster.

    the settings that wazza posted should work just fine for you, and was what I was going to suggest. that way you keep your memory running at your already tested 1600Mhz

    Vin
    You can run without c1e enabled and the cpu will still throttle at idle,aslong as cpu voltage is set to normal or auto and you use balanced power saving profile in win7 power saving options,or minimum hardware setting in win xp power saving options,that way you only use full speed/voltages when under load,I havnt seen any stability issues clocking this way
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