AlexAR89 Posted November 5, 2013 Share Posted November 5, 2013 Hello everyone & thanks for checking on my problem I'll try to explain as much as possible, bare with me please. CPU: Intel i7 3770k MB: Asrock Z77 Extreme4 (BIOS up to date) RAM: 16gb 4x4gb (bought 2 packs of CMX8GX3M2A2000C9) PSU: 700w (bronze) running on the integrated v-card (intel hd 4000) RAM as advertised (and XMP aswell): @2000, 10-9-10-27, 1.65v BASE (tested on 3 different motherboards) : @1066, 7-7-7-20, 1.50v (pics while using xmp): http://s8.postimg.org/pjj032uc1/Memory_XMP.jpg http://s21.postimg.org/lhclcc8hv/SPD_XMP.jpg http://s17.postimg.org/dizweh9iz/AIDA_XMP.jpg i bought 2 packs, when working on xmp profile i get blue screen\error messages, i ran memtest i got 27 error, i ran stress test (prime & aida64) can't complete 1min without errors i ran them all together then 1 by 1 alone on the base speed (1066) everything works great, memtest, prime, aida all is O.K, i tried running only 2 together (2x4gb at slot 1,3 - then again the other pack alone at slot 2,4) with XMP profile (2000) did work great aswell (memtest, prime & aida) but when i combine them together (4x4gb) they don't work well under xmp as i explained before. did the same test on different motherboards got the same problem. i did try running them without the XMP profile (manual sets like xmp) didn't work aswell. the only way i got them to run fast: is to set the Host Clock Override (BCLK) to 103 (from 100), then setting the DRAM reference clock to 133MHz, & DRAM freq to DDR3-1923. it worked, ran memtest, aida\prime (these 2 for 6 hours each) everything checked great, but the CPU & the rest got oc'd by turning the BCLK to 103 (which i don't really like\approve for now) Pics with BLCK @ 103 http://s23.postimg.org/c2knro3ev/Memory_oc.jpg http://s18.postimg.org/l3kyn158l/SPD_oc.jpg http://s22.postimg.org/hsayd60dp/AIDA_oc.jpg i want to get over 1900 without oc'ing my pc, any ideas? Please :'( P.S: (1st time writing in a forum, please be nice lol, i hope the pictures that i uploaded were good enough, ready to answer any question\try anything) Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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