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help overclocking maximus extreme iv-z with 2133 kingston genesis hyperx 16gb

deseroner
Level 7
cont. http://www.overclockers.com/forums/showthread.php?t=704840, I had to set vcore to 1.48 4.9 to be stable setting ram MHz to 1600. please read post.review of 2133 http://www.overclockers.com/kingston...3-quad-channel
maximus extreme iv-z bios 3204
i7 3770k at 4.7 1.35v ivy baby:)
Kingston hyperx genesis 16gb at 2400mhz 12-13-12-32-2
antec kuhler 920.
antec three hundred case
ram fan cooler
corsair psu 850
2xsli gtx670 ftw
raid 0-4 ssd intel 320 80gb x3/intel x25-m 80gb x1
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deseroner
Level 7
alright i got computer to boot and pass memtest86 2400 12-13-12-32 ivy is digging it.
maximus extreme iv-z bios 3204
i7 3770k at 4.7 1.35v ivy baby:)
Kingston hyperx genesis 16gb at 2400mhz 12-13-12-32-2
antec kuhler 920.
antec three hundred case
ram fan cooler
corsair psu 850
2xsli gtx670 ftw
raid 0-4 ssd intel 320 80gb x3/intel x25-m 80gb x1

deseroner wrote:
alright i got computer to boot and pass memtest86 2400 12-13-12-32 ivy is digging it.


Ivy loves memory clocking 😄

Nice one mate.
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psyside
Level 9
Set VCCIO to 1.0

Set vcore over current protection to 130%

Set PLL overvoltage to enabled.

Set Vcore switching freq to 350 (manual)

Set BCLK to 100 not 100.4

Set CPU spread spectrum to disabled.

Set Vcore PWM mode to extreme.

Disable iGPU if your not using it.
CPU- i7 2600K@5.0Ghz[II] Noctua NH D14[II]MB - Asus Maximus Extreme IV B3[II]VGA - GTX680/7970 inc [II]PSU - CM 1000W RP[II] Display - NEC2490 BK SV[II] Soundcard - Xonar STX[II] Headphones - Sennheiser HD595[II] Speakers - Adam A3X[II] Case CM HAF 932[II] Mouse - Logitech G5[II]Keyboard - Logitech Wave[II]HDD Samsung F3 Spinpoint 1TB [II] Crucial C300 128GB OS [II]Ram - 8GB RipjawsX@2133mhz

thank you , i used these settings set vccio to 1.1 .got it stable so far at 1.31v 4.7 tweaked the antec settings to keep the temps low,passed aida64 test 1 hour.i had bsod elq62x64.sys/ptcpip.sys,i installed all new nic drivers.so so far gone the error message.windows 7 fun.
psyside wrote:
Set VCCIO to 1.0

Set vcore over current protection to 130%

Set PLL overvoltage to enabled.

Set Vcore switching freq to 350 (manual)

Set BCLK to 100 not 100.4

Set CPU spread spectrum to disabled.

Set Vcore PWM mode to extreme.

Disable iGPU if your not using it.
maximus extreme iv-z bios 3204
i7 3770k at 4.7 1.35v ivy baby:)
Kingston hyperx genesis 16gb at 2400mhz 12-13-12-32-2
antec kuhler 920.
antec three hundred case
ram fan cooler
corsair psu 850
2xsli gtx670 ftw
raid 0-4 ssd intel 320 80gb x3/intel x25-m 80gb x1

psyside
Level 9
Glad to know it worked 🙂
CPU- i7 2600K@5.0Ghz[II] Noctua NH D14[II]MB - Asus Maximus Extreme IV B3[II]VGA - GTX680/7970 inc [II]PSU - CM 1000W RP[II] Display - NEC2490 BK SV[II] Soundcard - Xonar STX[II] Headphones - Sennheiser HD595[II] Speakers - Adam A3X[II] Case CM HAF 932[II] Mouse - Logitech G5[II]Keyboard - Logitech Wave[II]HDD Samsung F3 Spinpoint 1TB [II] Crucial C300 128GB OS [II]Ram - 8GB RipjawsX@2133mhz