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TR3X6G2000C7GTF 15600 failures in Memtest


iride4u

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I just recieved the RAM today to upgrade from TR3X61866C7GTF. I started to run it at the same settings as the 1866 to get it to boot I needed to add VTT. It still was not stable constant BSOD 000000000, 000000014, IRQ not less. messages. I started Memtest 86+ 2.11 it failed 4 times in test 8 first pass and would not complete pass 2 15612 errors. What could I be doing wrong?
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First make sure you have the latest BIOS for the motherboard, load setup defaults in the BIOS and then manually configure the following settings:

 

Memory Voltage: 1.65v

QPI Voltage: 1.6v

Memory Frequency: 1866MHz

TCL: 7

TRCD: 8

TRP: 7

TRAS: 20

Command Per Clock: 2T

 

 

Test the system with Memtest86 and lets see if we can get the system stable with the memory at 1866MHz before trying 2000MHz. The QPI voltage is not exact, we have noticed that every core i7 CPU may require a little tweaking to get the QPI at its ideal setting. I would try it at 1.6v, and if you still have problems, bump it up to 1.65v. Let us know your results!

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I tried the following each stick in the first and last slots. It would not post F3, F6, 68 recycle no beep. All 3 sticks at 1333, 1600, and 2000 in memtest imediate fail. OCZ Gold 1600 my control memory in memtest at 1600 no failures.
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Mike you know me from the EVGA Forums, current testing is being done on my X-58V with a 920 C0 and stock 965 cooler I have 3 sets of RAM, the Gold 1600 that I use as a control set, 1 set of Dominator GT 1866 C7, and a set of Dominator GT 2000. Both the control set and the 1866s work without problems. The 2000s have had problems since I first got them and have just got worse. All RAM has been tested on both my Classified and my X-58V motherboards and the problem follows the ram. I do my testing on the X-58V because I don't have much software and data to loose on that machine.
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