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    Now I get a BSOD with my CH V

    Can you tell me what this is; I reboot and BSOD , I remove the OC and reset the BIOS, I have to use only 2 sticks

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    I'd be looking at a possible faulty memory stick or a user configuration setting error. Until pushing the IMC to the extreme or running the memory out of spec 16GB is pretty much effortless on the C5F.

    Prime95 running - Showing amount of memory used
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    Prime95 stopped - Showing time run and number of tests
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    Give me a break , I have those 16 gb install on my MSI board since last September, 0 issues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkedOne View Post
    Give me a break with all that prime95 crap. I have those 16 gb install on my MSI board since last September, 0 issues. can you read .
    Good luck then.

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    Sorry for the bad mood Praz, the problem is that I just want a stable board with 16 gb of ram at stock, no OC , and it's look to me that I will have to boost the voltage to achieve it, now I start a tread to find the best ram to do it. But I will use this board later as WS , only after I have fished to play little bit but with 2 sticks of RAM.

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    I wake up at 5 am this morning read 5 times the stiky of Raja on CH V OC and I install a beeffy DH-14 and cranck the OC to 3,6 , with this time 1,6 volts on the RAM, I'm folding with it now, if everything go fine I will try to lower the Dram volts. Of course I disable this turbo stuff as it was again rising the core at 1,5v before I fold. [IMG]

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkedOne View Post
    Give me a break , I have those 16 gb install on my MSI board since last September, 0 issues.
    Dude, in the world of electronics, ANYTHING can develop a fault, anytime, anywhere.... no exceptions !
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    MarkedOne,

    I had a similar problem with my 16gb of Corsair Vengeance memory. When I switched to one of the beta bios that Raja had posted for some reason it screwed up my default memory timings. I literally had to load an old bios, copy my timings down, load new bios and manually enter the timings. Hope this helps..

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