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    Banned Array JustinThyme PC Specs
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    Your problem is not the BIOS. Im running 3800MHz memory at XMP then went back and changed that to make the CL 17 instead of 19 and it all works flawlessly and this is on BIOS 1004, im not going to 1102, no reason to. Actually find it laughable so many people freaked out over this. They have to get into your network first, if you have a proper hardware firewall in the first place its not possible to get to your machine to exploit it.

    Not sure of what your native languge is bro but Im having a difficult time trying to decipher exaactly what is is you are doing and whats failing. Can you go to your profile and complete the PC specs portion first?
    Also is this a kit bought together and is in on the QVL list? If not you have found your problem.

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    Administrator Array Silent Scone@ASUS's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by andrei_opp View Post
    Hello!

    Have done that prior to reinstalling 1004. In fact it was the first thing I did after purchasing the mobo.
    But problems are the same.. Only at XMP3000 with voltage on Auto for the RAM gives no error Memtest runs, but the voltage is shown at 1,505V.
    XMP configures it at 1,35, but at that value I get a monstruously high error count and BSOD's..
    Any clues?
    7980XE+Rampage VI Apex+Corsair Vengeance LPX. No OC at all, that's even more sad..
    Sounds like more voltage to the DIMMs is dialing out the instability. It's likely an older memory kit being LPX, might help if you state the part number. I'd firstly try at 1.4v, see if the memory is stable there.

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    New ROGer Array andrei_opp PC Specs
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    MotherboardAsus Rampage VI Apex
    ProcessorIntel 7980XE
    Memory (part number)CMK32GX4M2B3000C15
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    Quote Originally Posted by Silent Scone View Post
    Sounds like more voltage to the DIMMs is dialing out the instability. It's likely an older memory kit being LPX, might help if you state the part number. I'd firstly try at 1.4v, see if the memory is stable there.
    Part number is CMK32GX4M2B3000C15 Ver5.39. I'ts rated at 1,35 V for XMP. Anyway, it only passes tests when the voltage is set on Auto, in which case it jumps at 1,505 V.

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