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    Default Re: Getting the Best Possible Manual Settings X58A-UD5 & i7 930

    You can find all BSOD's by searching the Event viewer logs, windows logs, system, then filter results by event ID 1001.

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    Default Re: Getting the Best Possible Manual Settings X58A-UD5 & i7 930

    Post up your full settings, and then the BSOD code you are getting if you find it

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    Some cpus clock better on even or odd cpu multis,930 being a 22x multi and your running a 19x might be less stable? You could try a 20c190bclk and a 8x mem multi = 1550mhz ram,try and keep c3,eist and turbo enabled but keep c1e disabled

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    Default Re: Getting the Best Possible Manual Settings X58A-UD5 & i7 930

    Ok guys just a quick update and a little of topic I spent the whole night running a battery of Tests on a Vengence 12Gig (3x4) kit my bro bought (For the EX58-UD5) cause memtest 4.2 keept giving me errors on TSt 3 & 6 I tried Auto settings,Manual it jus kept on giving me Errors on one stick.To top it all off i cant RMA cause of where i'm at an customs misplaced it so i have like a few days left for the 30 day period

    @ wazza300 As you know i was not comfortable with the memory running a little over with my last OC from the previous post, so thats why i was aiming at this clock speed to have it dead on 1600Mhz. As far as having all Intel features on,well it's still not set in stone but for the latency of real time audio it was shown that having them off helped.Jus thought i point that out but i do appreciate all your input

    I did find the Logs An after running some more prime after a few minutes i got BSOD's i'll have to double check but i believe it was these two
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    Default Re: Getting the Best Possible Manual Settings X58A-UD5 & i7 930

    Both of those mean you need more Vcore and QPI/Vtt, so see which ones you had most and lately and adjust accordingly.

    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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