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    Default XMP profile fails. Help me do this manually please. I am 100% dumb!

    Hi guys,


    I thought the RAMs XMP profile would make it easy but nope. It just gives me an error saying something like
    "overclock failed, resetting to normal values" [or smth like that].


    I read about it and apparently XMP is **** anyway which gives this error often. So I better do this manually. But all those values gives me a headache... It doesn't tell me anything.


    Maybe anyone in here knows the language and can tell me what setting I should change and what values needs to be inserted.


    Please see the pics of my BIOS setup settings here:
    RAM / cpu clock - Imgur
    Sorry for the bad quality. Hope it will do.




    Speccs:
    i7, 920 @2.66 Ghz standard clock (this needs to be bumped aswell right?)
    Patriot Memory 4 x 4GB:
    DDR3 1600 MHZ (PC3 12800) *currently runs at 1066MHZ*
    Timing 9-9-9-24
    Cas Latency 9
    Voltage 1.5V
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    H60 CPU cooler


    Any overclocking pro in here that won't destroy my computer =D? What settings should I change, and to what value?!?!
    Just want it to run in 1600 MHZ as advertised.


    Thanks in advance,
    //A noobie

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    Fail message when using XMP profile:
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    Default Re: XMP profile fails. Help me do this manually please. I am 100% dumb!

    I've had issues with two sets of Patriot (and one set of ADATA) where the voltage set by XMP wasn't quite enough to get it stable at the XMP clock settings. This occurred in various boards using the same RAM, so it was definitely the RAM and not the board.

    Try bumping the RAM voltage to 1.55V and see if you are stable. If it is, you can back it down a notch at a time to get it to the lowest stable voltage. This is the most likely case.

    If that doesn't do it, you may need to loosen the timings.

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    Default Re: XMP profile fails. Help me do this manually please. I am 100% dumb!

    I'm far from an Overclocker, but there are a couple of things that I can ask that might help the Smarter people when they read this thread.

    What is the specific Model of your Patriot 4GB DIMM?

    Did you check it against the Memory Compatability List of Gigabyte for your MB?

    Since this is an X58, I presume you've been running this RAM for awhile @ 1066?

    Did you try JEDEC Profile 5? It's similar to your XMP profile for 1600, but it's tRC is 1 clock longer 39 instead of 38. I'm not enough of a RAM guy to recall what tRC is (although I'll go have a look in a minute).

    I'm really surprised that the default profile doesn't get this running @ 1600. In my experience that is a bit unusual, but maybe I've just been lucky. The error message has me puzzled as well. But as I said, there are smarter people on Overclocking here, and I'm sure they'll chime in soon!

    Scott

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    Default Re: XMP profile fails. Help me do this manually please. I am 100% dumb!

    Quote Originally Posted by Ciarlatano View Post
    I've had issues with two sets of Patriot (and one set of ADATA) where the voltage set by XMP wasn't quite enough to get it stable at the XMP clock settings. This occurred in various boards using the same RAM, so it was definitely the RAM and not the board.

    Try bumping the RAM voltage to 1.55V and see if you are stable. If it is, you can back it down a notch at a time to get it to the lowest stable voltage. This is the most likely case.

    If that doesn't do it, you may need to loosen the timings.

    Sounds about correct to me as well. Now I hope he can find where to enter these values in his bios.


    Only the Patriot X7312G1600LLK kit is listed as Supported. Hell only 3 or 6 stick kits are even listed. Looks like you have 4 sticks in the correct 2,1 3,5 triple channel config. So it either hates your memory or you need to figure out how to manually enter the timings. there is only 4 timings (9-9-9-24), in the manual setting section it should be the first four. set voltage to 1.5v or 1.55v. The Cas Latency may already be set to 9.

    If you want to see what I am talking about check this page out. it gives a good explanation on Memory timings and what the main settings you are looking for.

    http://www.masterslair.com/memory-ra...-trcd-trp-tras
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    Will it run xmp profile with 1 stick in each channel ie 12G = 4G in each?
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    Default Re: XMP profile fails. Help me do this manually please. I am 100% dumb!

    Quote Originally Posted by Ciarlatano View Post
    I've had issues with two sets of Patriot (and one set of ADATA) where the voltage set by XMP wasn't quite enough to get it stable at the XMP clock settings. This occurred in various boards using the same RAM, so it was definitely the RAM and not the board.
    They (both brands) have a lifetime warranty, why didn't you RMA them?

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