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its the mb/ram slots or ram
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lol sorry... it's the best i can do with my current overclock... these are native 1600mhz dimms and don't like the high frequency + tight timmings. I didn't want to raise my dram voltage... kept them at stock
Nut up bro!



Push your voltage, you wont break anything. (Thats DDR2-800 by the way.)
    
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Nut up bro!

Push your voltage, you wont break anything. (Thats DDR2-800 by the way.)
His RAM most likely won't do much more than that on anything within specs (I couldn't stabilize mine at 2133 MHz), higher speeds are mostly useless, and timings aren't important for Intel setups. Also, DDR2 timings are tighter than DDR3 timings by nature. A standard DDR2 5-5-5-15 is virtually impossible with DDR3.
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His RAM most likely won't do much more than that on anything within specs (I couldn't stabilize mine at 2133 MHz), higher speeds are mostly useless, and timings aren't important for Intel setups. Also, DDR2 timings are tighter than DDR3 timings by nature. A standard DDR2 5-5-5-15 is virtually impossible with DDR3.
Bolded: I know. It about the architecture.

Italicized: This is Overclock.net, Pursuit of Performance.

MOAR VOLTAGE = MOAR MEGAHUTZ
    
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post #35 of 60
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Originally Posted by MR KROGOTH View Post
Bolded: I know. It about the architecture.

Italicized: This is Overclock.net, Pursuit of Performance.

MOAR VOLTAGE = MOAR MEGAHUTZ
He could go for that, but he'll hit a clock speed wall right around where he is right now no matter how high his volts go. Extra RAM voltage will also affect his CPU.

Also, italicized doesn't work in quotes. I find the color "red" effective.
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here is my maxxmem, and yes for intel setups timmings are less important

Attachment 206889 Attachment 206890 Attachment 206891

idk... i'll experiment and see how high i can get them stable

**but back to op... change your psu and see if that works
Edited by badatgames18 - 4/30/11 at 3:54pm
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hes one from my first 2600k

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new one i got now does 5.6
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here is my maxxmem, and yes for intel setups timmings are less important

Attachment 206889 Attachment 206890 Attachment 206891

idk... i'll experiment and see how high i can get them stable

**but back to op... change your psu and see if that works
Yeah, I get lower reads and writes.

Attachment 208265
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hes one from my first 2600k

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new one i got now does 5.6
i want your timings!

what ram if i may ask... the one in your sig rig? do they have 2x4gb epilda hypers?
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I have no video at all. The BSOD flashed, so I can't give an error code. I've tried both memory sticks individually, but I'm still getting the CPU error light on, and no video, and like I said, one of my RAM sticks has a funny smell. Would I be best to RMA my MOBO/RAM

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