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choombamarine

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  1. I can't just choose the clock with the voltage, can I? Timings and stuff. Totally, it was mighty fine. After I've got the 3070 in, it was rebooting constantly and I got it fixed by clearing the CMOS.
  2. 2133Mhz 1.2v, the XMP brings them up to 3000 at 1.36-1.39
  3. Hello everyone! Long story short, got a 3070 to replace my 1080, my pc wasn't posting just rebooting constantly after 5secs. I got a 8700K that was at 4.9Ghz and a Vcore of 1.3v on an MSI Z370 Gaming Pro. That OC was working perfectly fine with the 1080. I cleared the CMOS, updated the bios, my pc was back among the living again. My GSkill Ripjaws DDR4 3000Mhz are the culprits (I think), every time I activate the XMP, I got BSODs in games. So right now, I could only reach a 4.5Ghz with 1.3v and at stock ram speed. My PSU is a Bequiet 750w 80+ Sil
  4. https://www.bequiet.com/en/powersupply/1692 this one
  5. Hey guys! I'm definitely stoked and about to give up on my 2 years old system. I recently purchased an RTX3070 to replace my GTX1080. Once installed, my pc kept power cycling, I had to unplug and plug some stuff back up then it worked but apparently my OC was disabled and the bios got reset back to default. Now, I can't use my previous overclock and not even activate the XMP profile without it telling me that my "OC" has failed. My specs: 8700K (was at 4.7 now back to default) G.Skill Aegis 2x8GB 3000Mhz (but now at 2133) MSI z370 gaming plus MSI RTX
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