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Ram can make a pretty significant difference when we're only talking about a few points.

It took my 1090T 4.5GHz with DDR2 to hit 7.86, which I think was comparable to DDR3 at 1600 with a 4.4GHz overclock.

You should look into overclocking your ram, mine for instance is 9-9-9-24 2T 2000MHz stock, and I run it at 2160+ with 8-10-9-24 1T timings.


Edit: I should add your ram will run fine on your chip upwards of 1.7v and beyond, 1.5v is just a Intel spec and you can disregard it as a voltage baseline.
Edited by BallaTheFeared - 5/16/11 at 9:02pm
    
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