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i used 1.86v set, you can try upto 1.9v, just have a fan blowing.

Also some my old M5E it would auto raise the VCCSA closer to the VCCIO, maybe try increasing those a tiny bit. The CPU i use hates any VCCIO or VCCSA increases so I never touch them.
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In my actually set up i set VCCIO to 1.175V, IMC 1.25V, DDR 1.7V and I am stable to 1170mhz max CAS 8-13-11-36 1T. If I set CAS 9,10,11, and 1.75V,1.80V, or 1.85V ddr anything change. Error code 51
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hey i just thought about this, did you set cpu pll overvoltage to enable? You should easily be able to do 2400.
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Yes Sin, I enable CPU PLL, because i'm not be able to set 53x multi without. I can try with other ram, hynix, bbse, or samsung. If can't I set 2400, or 2600 dividers it's a bug of my mboard. There isn't other explications for me.
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Hy Sin...I have tried other settings with my PSC ram and I can boot without error code 51 with 2400mhz dividers and ram cas 9-13-11-36 1T with IMC 1.25V and VCCIO 1.25V but when i start windows xp there is 0x00007b blue screen. Why ?
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does the error occur when you boot at stock?
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does the error occur when you boot at stock?
No error if I set 2200 dividers and ram CAS 8-13-13-36 1T
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Sin, i have resolve the problem...Are the system corrupt...I reinstall WIN XP then I try...
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ahh okay good to know, so it was the OS install?
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Usually 0x7b occurs when booting XP and sata is set to AHCI instead of IDE.
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