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Old 01-10-2019, 05:35 PM
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Hello everyone,

Hope someone can help me to fix this.
So i recently purchase the Corsair Vengeance Pro RGB ((4*8Gb) 3600MHz)).
So to enjoy at the maximum this amazing frequency a choose to activate the XMP. But when I do so after 10-30 minutes, I get a blue screen with this message : KMODE_EXCEPTION not handled.

Previously I had the Corsair Vengeance RGB ((2*8Gb) 3466MHz) and when I overclocked it at it maximum frequency with the XMP it worked.

So since I passed to 32Gb, it crash.

I have doubt on : - the under voltage of the memory it is at 1.35V like as recommanded.
- the auto configuration of the XMP that causes this crash.

So do any of you have ideas ? Or a manuel XMp configuration that may work ? I don't really want to configure myself in YOLO "in manuel mode" and do a mistake that may cause damage to my PC.

Thanks a lot.

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Old 01-15-2019, 07:34 AM
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Good chance its your motherboard. Voltage not steady enough.
trying optimized or extreme DRAM power phase control.
Try running 1.37v on both both channels (A/B and C/D); increasing DRAM Capability and switching frequency; trying optimized or extreme DRAM power phase control; finally, increased the VRM trip % to at least 120%.
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Old 01-16-2019, 04:00 PM
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Try XMP profile #2. Corsair has it in there to make setting up the ram easy.
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Old 01-17-2019, 01:12 PM
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Old 01-17-2019, 01:15 PM
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Good chance its your motherboard. Voltage not steady enough.
trying optimized or extreme DRAM power phase control.
Try running 1.37v on both both channels (A/B and C/D); increasing DRAM Capability and switching frequency; trying optimized or extreme DRAM power phase control; finally, increased the VRM trip % to at least 120%.
I will try to put it at 1.37V
I tried 2 sticks at 3600MHz and it work but when i tried the 2 other sticks my PC could even start. I had this error : ATTEMPTED WRITE TO READ ONLY MEMORY
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Your motherboard probably does not support the rams xmp. See if new bios available.
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Your motherboard probably does not support the rams xmp. See if new bios available.
I will attempt to put it at 1.37V
Brazzers Youporn Xhamster
I attempted 2 sticks at 3600MHz and it work yet when I attempted the 2 different sticks my PC could even begin. I had this mistake : ATTEMPTED WRITE TO READ ONLY MEMORY

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