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Originally Posted by Akehage;13676165 
Okay, sorry but I am pretty new with this.
What happends when I put 8.8.8.24.1 instead? Do they go slower or faster with that?
and should I have them on auto or 1600Mhz, or maybe down to 1333Mhz to be sure?

Lowering the timings would make them faster, as would raising the speed. 2133MHz is faster than 1600, or 7-7-7 20 1t is faster than 9-10-9 27 2t. Setting you memory to what Gskill says they will run is fine, but if you wanted you could try to tighten up the timings, run memtest to make sure that the memory will run the new timings and then run Prime for a few hours to make sure the IMC is ok with the new timings as well. SB systems need memtest 4.2, by the by.
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Okay, I have to think about that and read myself into OC the memory beacuse I havent really come to that part yet. Because I have focused on the CPU first to make that stabilized. I thought that 1.2v on the VCCIO is way to much? Have seen max 1.1v on that, but you say that 1.2 are okay? And can I try maybe 1600Mhz and just change the trimmings only? I really dont get why the cpu would make it to 4.7 better with the memory-oc? Is it not better to focuse on the cpu first, and then start with memory-tweaking? - sorry if this is dumb questions, but first time clocking and have only read myself info from the web a couple of weeks tongue.gif
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Lowering the timings would make them faster, as would raising the speed. 2133MHz is faster than 1600, or 7-7-7 20 1t is faster than 9-10-9 27 2t. Setting you memory to what Gskill says they will run is fine, but if you wanted you could try to tighten up the timings, run memtest to make sure that the memory will run the new timings and then run Prime for a few hours to make sure the IMC is ok with the new timings as well. SB systems need memtest 4.2, by the by.

for benching, ie. submitting to hwbot and doing suicide runs, you will benefit from the higher speeds, however in everyday use ram timings and speed is hardly noticible. Refer to THIS Best memory for Sandybridge

For exaple my rams at 1866 cl8 is the same as running 2133 cl8 in most cases. Hope that helps biggrin.gif

I would leave them either at stock, or overclock a little bit if you want to. By the way go here and fill in our system spec: http://www.overclock.net/specs.php
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I think that I want to any major things with the memory, maybe just give them a punch upwards, to 1.1v or something, but have them on 1600Mhz...thanks munaim 1.
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I think that I want to any major things with the memory, maybe just give them a punch upwards, to 1.1v or something, but have them on 1600Mhz...thanks munaim 1.

no worries biggrin.gif whats the stock timings?
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9.9.9.24.2 if you meen them? and 1.5v
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post #17 of 86
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Okay, I have to think about that and read myself into OC the memory beacuse I havent really come to that part yet. Because I have focused on the CPU first to make that stabilized. I thought that 1.2v on the VCCIO is way to much? Have seen max 1.1v on that, but you say that 1.2 are okay? And can I try maybe 1600Mhz and just change the trimmings only? I really dont get why the cpu would make it to 4.7 better with the memory-oc? Is it not better to focuse on the cpu first, and then start with memory-tweaking? - sorry if this is dumb questions, but first time clocking and have only read myself info from the web a couple of weeks tongue.gif

The range for the VCCIO vid is 1.05±5% but that has nothing to do with acceptable 24/7 voltages. It is just the spec that Intel will sell you a part with. You would want your memory off the table as possible insecurity when stress testing the CPU, so yes, you wouldn't want to screw with the settings too much before hand. I only brought it up because a lot of people have 2133 and 1866 kits that require a VCCIO bump or they throw out intermittent
124 blue screens and people confuse that with the CPU needing more volts.

Set the phase frequency to 350, LLC to extreme, disable spread, enable cstates, set VCCIO to 1.15, and set your CPU multi, and that should get you everything that you need, if it fails give it an offset bump on CPU v.
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Have VRM 350, LLC I am going to change later when home, disable spread is fixed already, as the cstates are enabled already, so I am going to try the VCCIO and LLC and see if that helps, should I try 4.7 at 1.35-1.37 maybe?
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post #19 of 86
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Originally Posted by munaim1;13676282 
for benching, ie. submitting to hwbot and doing suicide runs, you will benefit from the higher speeds, however in everyday use ram timings and speed is hardly noticible. Refer to THIS Best memory for Sandybridge

For exaple my rams at 1866 cl8 is the same as running 2133 cl8 in most cases. Hope that helps biggrin.gif

I would leave them either at stock, or overclock a little bit if you want to. By the way go here and fill in our system spec: http://www.overclock.net/specs.php

I agree in a general sense with that but I am more concerned with the throughput numbers on page three of the review. Both of the things I use my box for (folding and gaming, porn0 tongue.gif too but that's not memory intensive) respond very well faster memory. Anywho the only reason I brought it up in the first place was to check what memory he had, and after learning it was a 1600 kit I just suggested there was room for improvement.
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9.9.9.24.2 if you meen them? and 1.5v

a small bump in the vccio from stock (0.3+)can help with stability when overclocking RAM. I would see if you can just go ahead and change to 1866mhz with any changes, if it doesn't post then clear cmos and try with a small voltage bump, either 1.53 or 1.55.
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