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  • F317066CL9T-6GBPS REPORT - problems:insane voltages needed to run way lower than spec

    Hello I just built a new system

    Core i7 920 D0 WATERCOOLED (CoolIT Domino)
    Asus Rampage Extreme II
    Radeon HD5870
    Seasonic X-750
    Western Digital Caviar Black 1 TB
    ANTEC Skeleton

    The system is currently overclocked with these settings :

    AI overclock - manual
    OC from CPU level up - auto
    OC from Memory level up - auto
    CPU Ratio setting - 21

    CPU configuration
    CPU Ratio Setting - 21
    C1E Support - disable
    Hardware prefetcher - enable
    Adjacent Cache line prefetcher - enable
    Intel Virtualization tech - enable
    CPU TM Function - disable
    Execute Disabled bit - enable
    Intel HT Technology - enable
    Active Processor Cores - all
    A20M - disabled
    Intel Speedstep tech - disable
    Intel C-STATE tech - disabled

    BCLK frequency - 200
    PCIE frequency - 100
    DRAM frequency - DDR3 1603MHz
    UCLK frequency - 3208MHz
    QPI frequency - 7218 MT/s

    Dram timing control
    1st iformation - Insert Timings Here in 6(tCL)-7(tRCD)-6(tRP)-15(tRAS) -4-60(tRFC)-12-8-24-0
    2nd information - Insert Timings Here in 1N(CR)-51-54-55
    3rd information - Insert Timings Here in 6-6-17-7-7-7-7-6-4-7-7-4
    EPU II phase control - full phase
    Load-line calibration - enable
    CPU differential amplitude - auto
    Extreme OV - disabled


    Cpu voltage - 1.375
    CPU PLL voltage - 1.88
    QPI-Dram voltage - 1.375

    IOH voltage - 1.16641
    IOH PCIE voltage - 1.51
    ICH voltage- 1.113
    ICH PCIE voltage - 1.51


    DRAM Bus voltage - 1.65681
    DRAM REF voltage - auto

    Debug mode - string
    Keyboard TweakIt control - enable

    CPU spread spectrum - disabled
    PCIE spectrum - disabled
    CPU clock skew - auto
    IOH clock skew - auto

    The system is completely stable,tested up to 12 hours with PRIME95 Blend and Intel Burn Test(20 pass Xtreme stress , Maximum(around 5 GBs,32 threads).


    I bought the DDR32133 rated F3 17066cl9 6GBPS kit and tried to run it at its specs(ddr3 2133 and tried to get to ddr3 2000 as well).

    I started using the XMP profile to see if the memory worked out of the box(settings were the same as above besides bclk=133,ddr3=2133 and qpi=4800 and vcore=1.2 and cpuvtt voltages) at the rated speed (as it SHOULD)

    As i feared(i never saw one of these xmp profiles working,just setting xmp profile from the bios),it did not work

    - cpuvtt(qpi/dram volt) 1.45 NO BOOT

    - cpuvtt(qpi/dram volt) 1.5 BOOT
    I entered in the bios and the timings detected were
    1st info 9 9 9 24 6 82 15 10 30 0
    2nd info 2N 66 67 67
    3rd info 6 6 20 10 10 10 7 6 4 7 7 4
    It did NOT ENTER windows though

    - cpuvtt(qpi/dram volt) 1.55 It locked during windows loading animation
    At this point i tried to raise IOH Volt to 1.31 but it did not
    sort any result

    - cpuvtt(qpi/dram volt) 1.65 AND dramV=1.75 IOHvolt=1.4 ICH=1.2
    FINALLY it entered windows(with anything less it would NOT
    enter)
    I launched 1 instance of memtest with 1024 MB and it passed
    With two instances of memtest(1024) concurrent it freezed
    I decided not to push voltages further because i don't want to
    risk to burn my cpu,and i don't really think that a memory can
    be rated to run at 50% more voltage on the cpuvtt!!!
    With BCLK lowered to 130(ddr3 2088) i managed to pass 5 concurrent instances of
    1 GB with memtest(more or less all the memory available)
    BUT, and i want to underline this BUT, IBT (that uses linpack)
    freezed as soon as i launched it at such speed, so it was far from stable.

    SO i conclude DDR3 2133 Quest ------> FAILED

    - DDR3 2000 QUEST
    The MINIMUM voltages needed to run STABLY (20 pass IBT 32threads , 5335MB used , xtreme stress mode)it at DDR3 2000 with timings of 9 9 9 24 2T and with a tRFC=88 (much higher than what the memory should be able to do even at 2133) were
    cpuvtt=1,64375 IOH=1.41 DRAM volt=1.736
    cpu temp went upto a maximum of 63? (LCD poster)with ambient temperature of around 25 deg during IBT 2 hours test,so it
    cannot be this the problem and dimm were never more than SLIGHTLY warm at the touch
    These are freaking insane high voltages to run a memory at ddr32000 with looser timings
    than those that would be needed(as rated ) to run it ddr3 2133.Please note that NONE of this voltages lowered even of a pinch would make the memory run stablility test.
    Before testing all dimms together i tested each single dimm and managed to run it stably with the same timings at ddr3 2000 with slightly lower voltages of cpuvtt=1.60625 dram volt=1,736 and ioh=1.35.
    All the other settings for the ddr3 2000 speed were those listed at the beginning of the post.

    P.S. : At such high cpuvtt voltages ,usually, Voltage detected from LCD poster for QPI/DRAM voltage(cpuvtt) is 0.05Volt less than what set in the bios.Keep this in mind when checking my voltages


    NOW WHAT I WANT TO ASK TO THE TECH SUPPORT :
    IS THIS NORMAL? ARE THESE DIMM BAD SINCE THEY NEED SUCH HIGH VOLTAGES?(I NOTICED THAT NOT ONLY A HIGH CPUVTT VOLTAGE IS NEEDED TO RUN THEM, BUT THEY WON'T RUN AT DDR32000 WITH ANYTHING LESS THAN dram volt=1.736 VOLT).
    I AM SO DISAPPOINTED FROM >400$ (HERE IN EUROPE) MEMORY KIT.IT COSTED MORE THAN MY I7 920!!!!

    Ps.:i read all the posts relative to perfect storm dimms in ddr3 section,and none of the settings suggested worked,so i would ask for different solutions
    Last edited by moebius; 01-24-2010, 04:55 PM.

  • #2
    Pls answer as soon as possible

    Comment


    • #3
      Post complete BIOS settings of your attempt, otherwise it is very difficult to understand/troubleshoot the issue. I don't know all the settings you used, so it's hard to determine where the issue lies. What I can tell you that this memory package surely does not need that high of voltage to operate at its rated speed.

      Thank you
      GSKILL SUPPORT

      Comment


      • #4
        If you read carefully,i specified every bios setting for each of the test i made.Thanks for the ready answer
        Which ones are not clear?

        Comment


        • #5
          Here's where i specified bios settings used
          I specified only those that are changed compared to the first ones i listed in detail in the beginning of the first post

          Originally posted by moebius View Post
          Core i7 920 D0 WATERCOOLED (CoolIT Domino)
          Asus Rampage Extreme II
          Radeon HD5870
          Seasonic X-750
          Western Digital Caviar Black 1 TB
          ANTEC Skeleton

          The system is currently overclocked with these settings :

          AI overclock - manual
          OC from CPU level up - auto
          OC from Memory level up - auto
          CPU Ratio setting - 21

          CPU configuration
          CPU Ratio Setting - 21
          C1E Support - disable
          Hardware prefetcher - enable
          Adjacent Cache line prefetcher - enable
          Intel Virtualization tech - enable
          CPU TM Function - disable
          Execute Disabled bit - enable
          Intel HT Technology - enable
          Active Processor Cores - all
          A20M - disabled
          Intel Speedstep tech - disable
          Intel C-STATE tech - disabled

          BCLK frequency - 200
          PCIE frequency - 100
          DRAM frequency - DDR3 1603MHz
          UCLK frequency - 3208MHz
          QPI frequency - 7218 MT/s

          Dram timing control
          1st iformation - Insert Timings Here in 6(tCL)-7(tRCD)-6(tRP)-15(tRAS) -4-60(tRFC)-12-8-24-0
          2nd information - Insert Timings Here in 1N(CR)-51-54-55
          3rd information - Insert Timings Here in 6-6-18-7-7-7-7-6-4-7-7-4
          EPU II phase control - full phase
          Load-line calibration - enable
          CPU differential amplitude - auto
          Extreme OV - disabled


          Cpu voltage - 1.375
          CPU PLL voltage - 1.88
          QPI-Dram voltage - 1.375

          IOH voltage - 1.16641
          IOH PCIE voltage - 1.51
          ICH voltage- 1.113
          ICH PCIE voltage - 1.51


          DRAM Bus voltage - 1.65681
          DRAM REF voltage - auto

          Debug mode - string
          Keyboard TweakIt control - enable

          CPU spread spectrum - disabled
          PCIE spectrum - disabled
          CPU clock skew - auto
          IOH clock skew - auto

          The system is completely stable,tested up to 12 hours with PRIME95 Blend and Intel Burn Test.


          I bought the DDR32133 rated F3 17066cl9 6GBPS kit and tried to run it at its specs(ddr3 2133 and tried to get to ddr3 2000 as well).


          I started using the XMP profile to see if the memory worked out of the box(settings were the same as above besides bclk=133,ddr3=2133 and qpi=4800 and vcore=1.2 and cpuvtt voltages) at the rated speed (as it SHOULD)

          As i feared(i never saw one of these xmp profiles working,just setting xmp profile from the bios),it did not work

          - cpuvtt(qpi/dram volt) 1.45 NO BOOT

          - cpuvtt(qpi/dram volt) 1.5 BOOT
          I entered in the bios and the timings detected were
          1st info 9 9 9 24 6 82 15 10 30 0
          2nd info 2N 66 67 67
          3rd info 6 6 20 10 10 10 7 6 4 7 7 4
          It did NOT ENTER windows though

          - cpuvtt(qpi/dram volt) 1.55 It locked during windows loading animation
          At this point i tried to raise IOH Volt to 1.31 but it did not
          sort any result

          - cpuvtt(qpi/dram volt) 1.65 AND dramV=1.75 IOHvolt=1.4 ICH=1.2
          FINALLY it entered windows(with anything less it would NOT
          enter)
          I launched 1 instance of memtest with 1024 MB and it passed
          With two instances of memtest(1024) concurrent it freezed
          I decided not to push voltages further because i don't want to
          risk to burn my cpu,and i don't really think that a memory can
          be rated to run at 50% more voltage on the cpuvtt!!!
          With BCLK lowered to 130(ddr3 2088) i managed to pass 5 concurrent instances of
          1 GB with memtest(more or less all the memory available)
          BUT, and i want to underline this BUT, IBT (that uses linpack)
          freezed as soon as i launched it at such speed, so it was far from stable.

          SO i conclude DDR3 2133 Quest ------> FAILED

          - DDR3 2000 QUEST
          The MINIMUM voltages needed to run STABLY (20 pass IBT 32threads , 5335MB used , xtreme stress mode)it at DDR3 2000 with timings of 9 9 9 24 2T and with a tRFC=88 (much higher than what the memory should be able to do even at 2133) were
          cpuvtt=1,64375 IOH=1.41 DRAM volt=1.736
          cpu temp went upto a maximum of 63? (LCD poster)with ambient temperature of around 25 deg during IBT 2 hours test,so it
          cannot be this the problem and dimm were never more than SLIGHTLY warm at the touch
          These are freaking insane high voltages to run a memory at ddr32000 with looser timings
          than those that would be needed(as rated ) to run it ddr3 2133.Please note that NONE of this voltages lowered even of a pinch would make the memory run stablility test.
          Before testing all dimms together i tested each single dimm and managed to run it stably with the same timings at ddr3 2000 with slightly lower voltages of cpuvtt=1.60625 dram volt=1,736 and ioh=1.35.
          All the other settings for the ddr3 2000 speed were those listed at the beginning of the post.
          Given that those voltages were the absolute minimum needed and that in the case of 2133 mhz test there was not a single Mhz overclock on the cpu,should i rma them?
          As you can see the best i could attain with 1600 MHZ is 6-7-6-15 tRFC=60 and CR=1 with cpuvtt=1.375 and dramV=1.65681,that is the same that i managed to obtain with a Team Group 2000 MHz(9-9-9 CR=2).So i managed the same as that kit that costed though 250$.Given that this is rated 2133 with the same timings i expected at least to obtain (6-6-6).ANyway it is not to go at 1600 that i bought this kit...
          Last edited by moebius; 01-24-2010, 04:53 PM.

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          • #6
            I know it is long to read,but there are written all details of attempts made to reach 2000,2133(that was never able with stability),and 1600 with tightest timings possible,but if you read,there is written everything.

            Comment


            • #7
              ADmin!Did you forget about me?Must i RMA these sticks?

              Comment


              • #8
                So your goal is 4.2GHz with DDR3-2000? You will need to have spot on voltages to do so, otherwise anything slightly off will cause instability. The i7 920 may not even be able to operate at those speeds. I would suggest lowering the CPU overclock first, test the memory's limits, then work on finding the ideal frequencies and voltages.

                I need to know exact settings of attempt, otherwise I have no idea what's going on. You're talking 1600, 2000, oc, no oc, low voltage, high voltage, too many things going on you can't properly troubleshoot the issue and locate where the problem lies.

                Thank you
                GSKILL SUPPORT

                Comment


                • #9
                  If you have the patience to read carefully,it is clearly indicated what are settings for every attempt.There is a report of every attempt made(2133,2000,1600).
                  2133 was attempted with not a Mhz of CPU oc,
                  2000 Mhz was attempted at 200 Bclk like people in at least other 10 threads attempted and managed to do with trident cl9 kit(wasy slower than this)!
                  1600 is the one thing i managed to obtain with decent voltages(not even 6-6-6)
                  DId you at least read?
                  I am sorry but you say that i have not written things that i have indeed specified.

                  Comment


                  • #10
                    THESE ARE MY ACTUAL SYSTEM SETTINGS

                    Originally posted by moebius View Post
                    Hello I just built a new system

                    Core i7 920 D0 WATERCOOLED (CoolIT Domino)
                    Asus Rampage Extreme II
                    Radeon HD5870
                    Seasonic X-750
                    Western Digital Caviar Black 1 TB
                    ANTEC Skeleton

                    The system is currently overclocked with these settings :

                    AI overclock - manual
                    OC from CPU level up - auto
                    OC from Memory level up - auto
                    CPU Ratio setting - 21

                    CPU configuration
                    CPU Ratio Setting - 21
                    C1E Support - disable
                    Hardware prefetcher - enable
                    Adjacent Cache line prefetcher - enable
                    Intel Virtualization tech - enable
                    CPU TM Function - disable
                    Execute Disabled bit - enable
                    Intel HT Technology - enable
                    Active Processor Cores - all
                    A20M - disabled
                    Intel Speedstep tech - disable
                    Intel C-STATE tech - disabled

                    BCLK frequency - 200
                    PCIE frequency - 100
                    DRAM frequency - DDR3 1603MHz
                    UCLK frequency - 3208MHz
                    QPI frequency - 7218 MT/s

                    Dram timing control
                    1st iformation - Insert Timings Here in 6(tCL)-7(tRCD)-6(tRP)-15(tRAS) -4-60(tRFC)-12-8-24-0
                    2nd information - Insert Timings Here in 1N(CR)-51-54-55
                    3rd information - Insert Timings Here in 6-6-17-7-7-7-7-6-4-7-7-4
                    EPU II phase control - full phase
                    Load-line calibration - enable
                    CPU differential amplitude - auto
                    Extreme OV - disabled


                    Cpu voltage - 1.375
                    CPU PLL voltage - 1.88
                    QPI-Dram voltage - 1.375

                    IOH voltage - 1.16641
                    IOH PCIE voltage - 1.51
                    ICH voltage- 1.113
                    ICH PCIE voltage - 1.51


                    DRAM Bus voltage - 1.65681
                    DRAM REF voltage - auto

                    Debug mode - string
                    Keyboard TweakIt control - enable

                    CPU spread spectrum - disabled
                    PCIE spectrum - disabled
                    CPU clock skew - auto
                    IOH clock skew - auto

                    The system is completely stable,tested up to 12 hours with PRIME95 Blend and Intel Burn Test(20 pass Xtreme stress , Maximum(around 5 GBs,32 threads).

                    THIS IS MY 2133 TRY
                    SETTINGS USED ARE THE SAME IN THE TABLE ABOVE BESIDES THE ONE THAT I SPECIFIED TO BE DIFFERENT(IT IS IN RED)
                    As you can see they simply won't do 2133.The most they do(memtest stable but NOT IBT stable) is 2088 at ridiculous loose timings(at least ridiculous if compared to what they are rated for)
                    XMP simply doesn't work ,with any amount of voltages given to the cpuvtt.

                    Originally posted by moebius View Post


                    I bought the DDR32133 rated F3 17066cl9 6GBPS kit and tried to run it at its specs(ddr3 2133 and tried to get to ddr3 2000 as well).

                    I started using the XMP profile to see if the memory worked out of the box(settings were the same as above besides bclk=133,ddr3=2133 and qpi=4800 and vcore=1.2 and cpuvtt voltages) at the rated speed (as it SHOULD)

                    As i feared(i never saw one of these xmp profiles working,just setting xmp profile from the bios),it did not work

                    - cpuvtt(qpi/dram volt) 1.45 NO BOOT

                    - cpuvtt(qpi/dram volt) 1.5 BOOT
                    I entered in the bios and the timings detected were
                    1st info 9 9 9 24 6 82 15 10 30 0
                    2nd info 2N 66 67 67
                    3rd info 6 6 20 10 10 10 7 6 4 7 7 4
                    It did NOT ENTER windows though

                    - cpuvtt(qpi/dram volt) 1.55 It locked during windows loading animation
                    At this point i tried to raise IOH Volt to 1.31 but it did not
                    sort any result

                    - cpuvtt(qpi/dram volt) 1.65 AND dramV=1.75 IOHvolt=1.4 ICH=1.2
                    FINALLY it entered windows(with anything less it would NOT
                    enter)
                    I launched 1 instance of memtest with 1024 MB and it passed
                    With two instances of memtest(1024) concurrent it freezed
                    I decided not to push voltages further because i don't want to
                    risk to burn my cpu,and i don't really think that a memory can
                    be rated to run at 50% more voltage on the cpuvtt!!!
                    With BCLK lowered to 130(ddr3 2088) i managed to pass 5 concurrent instances of
                    1 GB with memtest(more or less all the memory available)
                    BUT, and i want to underline this BUT, IBT (that uses linpack)
                    freezed as soon as i launched it at such speed, so it was far from stable.

                    SO i conclude DDR3 2133 Quest ------> FAILED
                    THIS IS MY 2000 TRY (SETTINGS ARE THE SAME AS THE ONES LISTED IN DETAIL IN THE BEGINNING BESIDES THE ONE SPECIFIED TO BE DIFFERENT AS IT IS WRITTEN IN RED)

                    Originally posted by moebius View Post

                    - DDR3 2000 QUEST
                    The MINIMUM voltages needed to run STABLY (20 pass IBT 32threads , 5335MB used , xtreme stress mode)it at DDR3 2000 with timings of 9 9 9 24 2T and with a tRFC=88 (much higher than what the memory should be able to do even at 2133) were
                    cpuvtt=1,64375 IOH=1.41 DRAM volt=1.736
                    cpu temp went upto a maximum of 63? (LCD poster)with ambient temperature of around 25 deg during IBT 2 hours test,so it
                    cannot be this the problem and dimm were never more than SLIGHTLY warm at the touch
                    These are freaking insane high voltages to run a memory at ddr32000 with looser timings
                    than those that would be needed(as rated ) to run it ddr3 2133.Please note that NONE of this voltages lowered even of a pinch would make the memory run stablility test.
                    Before testing all dimms together i tested each single dimm and managed to run it stably with the same timings at ddr3 2000 with slightly lower voltages of cpuvtt=1.60625 dram volt=1,736 and ioh=1.35.
                    All the other settings for the ddr3 2000 speed were those listed at the beginning of the post.
                    P.S. : At such high cpuvtt voltages ,usually, Voltage detected from LCD poster for QPI/DRAM voltage(cpuvtt) is 0.05Volt less than what set in the bios.Keep this in mind when checking my voltages
                    AND THIS IS MY QUESTION

                    Originally posted by moebius View Post


                    NOW WHAT I WANT TO ASK TO THE TECH SUPPORT :
                    IS THIS NORMAL? ARE THESE DIMM BAD SINCE THEY NEED SUCH HIGH VOLTAGES?(I NOTICED THAT NOT ONLY A HIGH CPUVTT VOLTAGE IS NEEDED TO RUN THEM, BUT THEY WON'T RUN AT DDR3 2000 WITH ANYTHING LESS THAN dram volt=1.736 VOLT).
                    I AM SO DISAPPOINTED FROM >400$ (HERE IN EUROPE) MEMORY KIT.IT COSTED MORE THAN MY I7 920!!!!

                    Ps.:i read all the posts relative to perfect storm dimms in ddr3 section,and none of the settings suggested worked,so i would ask for different solutions
                    Last edited by moebius; 01-26-2010, 03:38 PM.

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                    • #11
                      You're simply not using the correct settings. The CPU won't want to run bclk=133,ddr3=2133.

                      Try BCLK 178 and change everything else accordingly. You do not need more than 1.65V to operate DDR3-2133 with these, so no need to blast the voltage up simply because you can't get it to work.

                      Try these settings and let me know how it goes:

                      AI overclock - manual
                      OC from CPU level up - auto
                      OC from Memory level up - auto
                      CPU Ratio setting - 16

                      CPU configuration
                      CPU Ratio Setting - 16
                      C1E Support - disable
                      Hardware prefetcher - enable
                      Adjacent Cache line prefetcher - enable
                      Intel Virtualization tech - enable
                      CPU TM Function - disable
                      Execute Disabled bit - enable
                      Intel HT Technology - enable
                      Active Processor Cores - all
                      A20M - disabled
                      Intel Speedstep tech - disable
                      Intel C-STATE tech - disabled

                      BCLK frequency - 178
                      PCIE frequency - 100
                      DRAM frequency - DDR3 2136MHz
                      UCLK frequency - 4272MHz
                      QPI frequency - AUTO

                      Dram timing control
                      1st iformation - Insert Timings Here in 9(tCL)-9(tRCD)-9(tRP)-24(tRAS) -4-80(tRFC)-12-8-24-0
                      2nd information - Insert Timings Here in 2N(CR)-51-54-55
                      3rd information - Insert Timings Here in 6-6-18-7-7-7-7-6-4-7-7-4
                      EPU II phase control - full phase
                      Load-line calibration - enable
                      CPU differential amplitude - auto
                      Extreme OV - disabled


                      Cpu voltage - 1.300V
                      CPU PLL voltage - 1.90V
                      QPI-Dram voltage - 1.40V

                      IOH voltage - AUTO
                      IOH PCIE voltage - AUTO
                      ICH voltage- AUTO
                      ICH PCIE voltage - AUTO

                      DRAM Bus voltage - 1.65681
                      DRAM REF voltage - auto

                      Debug mode - string
                      Keyboard TweakIt control - enable

                      CPU spread spectrum - disabled
                      PCIE spectrum - disabled
                      CPU clock skew - auto
                      IOH clock skew - auto

                      Thank you
                      GSKILL SUPPORT

                      Comment


                      • #12
                        I just tried your settings and it neither posts.
                        Bumping cpuvtt to 1.5 was of no use.1.6 volt cpuvtt->no post as well. 1.65 cpuvtt->no post
                        My settings were the minimum.Anyway i don't see why 178*16 would work better than 133(that is the stock).It doesn't seem that the memory multiplier you suggest works better than mine.
                        Actually the only thing that made it work at 2133 is

                        bclk 133
                        multi 20
                        cpuvtt 1.65
                        dramv 1.75
                        ioh 1.4
                        uncore 4266
                        dram 2133
                        qpi 4800

                        It works but it makes error in memtest...Just 2 concurrent instances of 1024 MB memtest make it error an unnumbered way of times...

                        ANyway 1.64 cpuvtt was needed to run 2000!!!I doubt anything less will make 2133 work...
                        Your 1.4 is simply not likely to ever happen.I never saw in this forum or in any other one ddr2000 running stably with anything less than 1.45-1.5 cpuvtt(closer to 1.5 than to 1.45).
                        I really tried everything.
                        To finish:voltages that i used in 2000 try are the very least needed to run 2000 stably with bclk of 200.I got there incrementally and a pinch less in any of the voltages will make the system NOT stable.SO actually bumping voltages like that was indeed needed.You say that it is not needed to bump that much voltages.I answer that without those bumps memory simply won't work.

                        ANy other sugestion?
                        XMP simply doesn't work with any kinf of cpuvtt voltages.Again:Are these dimm bad?
                        Last edited by moebius; 01-26-2010, 04:14 PM.

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                        • #13
                          Hello admin,any other advice?
                          The last one you gave me didn't work.This memory just doesn't work with 2133,and barely does with 2000.
                          I don't think that many here would consider acceptable settings i used to make it run at 2000.
                          SO please can u answer to the first question that i made one week ago?
                          Is this kit a kit to rma?

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                          • #14
                            I feel really disappointed.In over one week,this thread had 13 posts,three of which from Tech SUpport who clearly showed in two of the three neither having read my first one.I opened this thread also because i needed to know if the behaviour of this product was normal or not,so that in case it was not a malfunctioning problem of the one i bought,i could give it back(voltages needed to make it run aren't acceptable ).Now i found myself in the not at all enviable position of having spent 400$ for smth that is basically advertised for what it is not: a 2133 kit.
                            Is tech support ever going to do what is supposed to do it :tech SUPPORT????
                            Is this the way one is going to be treated by G.SKILL after giving them 400$?It would suck even if this kit costed 40$.

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                            • #15
                              We will test this combination and report back with results.

                              Thank you
                              GSKILL SUPPORT

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