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  • F3 2400C9D/Q 8/16GTXD z77 SABERTOOTH Halp!

    Hi

    Im reading this forum for few yers now but never posted because I never had problems with G.skill ram. Until now.... Story - I had F3 2400C9Q-16GTXD, z77 SABERTOOTH, i7 3770K. After maybe 30min of bios tweaking i got them to work at 2400mhz (standard xmp 1.3) with cpu oc to 4.5, 1,28vcore. Then i was changing flats i took my PC apart and assemble it in new place....ekhm… I misplaced 2 of 4 ram sticks. I decided to buy 2x4gb set of F3-2400C9D-8GTXD. Didn't even need to tweak BIOS, straight up started working on xmp 1.3 so I was a happy owner of 4x4gb of 2400mhz cl9 ram again. In november i was putting liquid cooling loop in my system and changed bios battery in mobo (old one was old) and did not save in any way my OC profiles.

    Now i can get my ram to work at max 1866mhz all 4 stick, 1866mhz is max at 2 sticks to (any 2 sticks in any slot). Only way higher is 1 stick no matter in witch ram slot with one stick it gets 2400mhz just buy putting it on xmp 1.3 (any stick in any slot). I run out of ideas, i was puting xmp settings manually, up voltages 1.35 vcore, VCCSA 1.2v, DRAM voltage 1.7, PLL overvoltage.

    I know it’s a old platform but is anyone willing to help me

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    So 2 sticks will no longer run at 2400? XMP no longer works?
    Are you an overclocker? Have screen shots of your OC results? Please post and share your OC experience!

    The new G.Skill Overclocking Section!

    http://www.gskill.us/forum/forumdisplay.php?f=43

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