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997092 blackline gives BSOD at 2400MHz 11 months 1 week ago #1853

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I have a set of the above Ram on GA-F2A88XM-D3H (rev. 3.0, latest F4 bios) A88x socket FM2+ M/B, with an AMD A-6400K on it. When running on 2400MHz, system runs fine until i install Radeon drivers and then i get constant BSOD during windows login (Win 7 x64 SP1). If i lower the speed at 1600, everything is fine.

I run XMP auto profile. Any suggestions for manual settings, in order to get 2400MHz speed?

Kind regards,
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997092 blackline gives BSOD at 2400MHz 11 months 1 week ago #1854

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Hi,

Where did you get the video driver from, Gigabyte or from AMD?

Will the system boot into Windows if you set DDR3-2400 and the DRAM voltage to 1.65V?
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997092 blackline gives BSOD at 2400MHz 11 months 1 week ago #1858

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Both Gigabyte and AMD drivers show the same behavior. Dram voltage was set to auto, but was giving only 1.62V according to bios health page. I changed it manually to 1.68V, now it shows 1.65 at health bios page and it finally manages to boot into windows, but it still gives a BSOD from time to time. Should i raise it more?
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997092 blackline gives BSOD at 2400MHz 11 months 1 week ago #1859

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Yeah see if it is better with another 0.01V - 0.02V
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