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Old 03-22-2012, 03:56 PM
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If you set memory at 1600Mhz
And you OC CPU after, memory run more then 1600MHz after that
Runing at 8-8-8-24 could give you BSOD
As memory test at 9-10-9-27
If it run stable like this it is ok
But is u still ave some issue
1- Set bios as default
2- activate XMP profile
3- set memory as manual to keep XMP latancy setting
4- set memory at 1600MHz
This way you ave XMP latancy setting at 1600MHz
U could OC CPU to keep memory lower then 1866MHz to keep it under factory testing speed

Hope this help
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