I read also some advices on Tom'sHardware to enable XMP on my RAM.
Done so. Now Ram runs on 1600Mhz cl7-7-7-20 DRAM voltage set to 1.66
(intel warns about above 1.65, but it's an XMP value, (Is it really SAFE???)).
QPI/DRAM voltage is 1.35 by BIOS but equals 1.375 by Turbo V (ASUS tool).
All sounds nice but it still didn't solve the problem.
Here some screenshots:
Hardware Monitor before XMP
(In BIOS, the CPU and PCI spread spectrum disabled, Speed Step and Virtualization disabled, 133 BCLCK 100 PCI CLCK).
Vcore 1.225. All the memory voltages and speeds left on auto:
And here is a shots of some monitoring tools. With XMP turned on with voltages as stated at the start.
And all CPU stuff is back to defaults (I mean spread spectrum, speed step, turbo, virtualization)
so the Vcore is varied as u see on a screenshot due to speed step:
By the way the CPU runs extremely hot i mean on regular load, kinda idle to 50% (internet, music, video, most of the games) it runs at 40-50 C Tj and on full load (Prime95) it jumps to 80 C in a moments. And its all on stock CPU clocks.
Also the difference between core 1 and core 4 is almost 10 C degrees.
I use Coolermaster V8 cooler, and Element S case, which both must be very good.
So I think its because of wrong thermal paste appliance.
I ordered Arctic Cooling MX-5 and will try to reassemble the cooler properly.
But can it be related to some wrong voltages that r set on auto in bios, but don't "set themselves" right?
Or somehow related to a hanging issue?