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Old February 23, 2011, 06:29 PM
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Originally Posted by _dangtx_ View Post
if memtest clears then rams ok.


go to the voltage section in bios and take some screenshots.

you may want to disable all the advanced cpu features besides ht and cpu thermal monitor.

after that you disable hyperthreading if it still reboots.

after that yo ustart giving it some juice , 1.2325 or something like that

after that you give qpi some juice. i personally hate that bastard when overclocking lol.

btw, this is stock no overclock right?

also put your ram on a divider

and put qpi clock anywhere from 28 to 36 and see if it does anything


although i would put it together on the table to be sure. and try another psu.

This is all stock clock - not overclocking nor do I want/need to at this point. I'd just like to see stability.

Keep in mind, I'm a "noob" at this point since I haven't build a system in about 7 years. I've attached screenshots for all of the M.I.T. screens in the BIOS. If you need to see some of the others, I can do those as well.

Let me know if anything seems suspect.
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