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Old 21-01-15, 05:55 PM
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Ram wont auto run at 2400 you have to set it up / use XMP fella.... I say this in every single one of these threads......

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Old 21-01-15, 05:58 PM
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If you get a BSOD on an OC or underclock then it's unstable and volts should be lowered/raise till stabiltity happens.

In the Bios what have you left on auto?

For reference, M&P on this forum has done a guide. While it is Ivy Bridge, just go down to the terminology part and read up on a few of them to see if they aid you in temps.
http://forum.overclock3d.net/showthread.php?t=45604

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Ram wont auto run at 2400 you have to set it up / use XMP fella.... I say this in every single one of these threads......
He knows Tom. He said he left it at 1333 for the time being.
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Old 21-01-15, 05:59 PM
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Ram wont auto run at 2400 you have to set it up / use XMP fella.... I say this in every single one of these threads......
Hey TOM,

I dont want them to run at 2400mhz, I am excluding this option for testing purposes.
I was running them at the specified speeds via XMP before we started troubleshooting on this forum.
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