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Hi, i have http://www.corsair.com/memory-by-product-family/vengeance/vengeance-low-profile-16gb-dual-channel-ddr3-memory-kit-cml16gx3m4a1600c9.html

 

So far i've run Memtest no errors, done lotsa things and i come nowhere, in the end it was the memory, it always crashes somehow when all 4 sticks are in, but never when it's less, i've tested all rams and they never BSOD, but they do when all of them are put in, I tested this by programs they would usually crash on.

 

Starcraft 2/League of Legends would usually crash before or later, i tested all sticks on these programs and i got no BSOD, but when i play with 4 sticks it still keeps crashing on Sc2, i just don't get it, i've been talking on a other forum, found here http://www.pchelpforum.com/xf/threads/some-problems-with-random-bsods-ntfs-sys.137728/ about this, pretty much the history is there, but i can't fix it so i'm asking Corsair for help :S

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With all four sticks installed you may need to add a little extra voltage to the memory to compensate for the increased load on the MB from having to run them all. Try setting them to 1.55 volts and then 1.6v if need be.

 

If they still will not run correctly you may also need to add voltage to the memory controller itself. Which will be VCCSA. Start out with .2v over defaults and see if that doesn't get you going.

 

And as Synthohol pointed out make sure you are set to 2t command rate.

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It's 2T XMP Mode enabled, i have Asus Z77 V-Pro and 3770k, PSU is Corsair GS 800W i built the pc just a week ago, about cpu-z i'll do that when i'm back from school ._.

 

And the voltage part seems to be possibly the bad thing, because i had asked a guy from the other forum, and he never blamed voltage, so i never did raise it, i did suspect it however, gonna test 2 sticks on the Blue DIMMS or Dual-Channel before moving onto raising voltage as he said that could be the problem as well.

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Im sure all you need is a little more voltage. Please try that.

 

CPUz is correct for 1600mhz.

 

Some guy said my Motherboard might not support the RAM (QVL), could this be the issue? It has no problem with 2 RAMs though, tested both the blue/black Dual Channel spots and no BSOD and works like cake.

 

Gonna raise voltage with all 4 sticks after the dual channel test.

 

QVL For my Mobo : http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/LGA1155/P8Z77-V_LX/7series-8GB-QVL.pdf

 

Also 1 stick gives 3.69GB instead of 4, is this intended?

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Some guy said my Motherboard might not support the RAM (QVL), could this be the issue? It has no problem with 2 RAMs though, tested both the blue/black Dual Channel spots and no BSOD and works like cake.

 

Gonna raise voltage with all 4 sticks after the dual channel test.

 

QVL For my Mobo : http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/LGA1155/P8Z77-V_LX/7series-8GB-QVL.pdf

 

Also 1 stick gives 3.69GB instead of 4, is this intended?

 

Regarding the last question, yes on 64 bit. It'd be even lower on a 32 bit machine.

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I just bought 7870 DC2 overclocked, running smoothly everything in Ultra + MSAA and i just noticed that i haven't had a single blue screen since i installed the video card with the ram sticks, could Intel HD 4000 be the problem? Since they have bad drivers of what i know, or could it be the Turbo Boost boosting the Intel HD 4000 from 600Mhz to 1150 be too much?
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