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GSKILL 12800CL9S-4GBRL --help me tweak

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hey ocn.
tomorrow I will be getting:

sandy bridge 2500k
msi p67 g45
and this GSKILL F3-12800CL9S-4GBRL 4GB 1600MHZ CL9
which is this

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...2800CL9S-4GBRL

my question is about ram.

Is that possible that I can run it at 1866mhz with same 9 9 9 24 timings just a little voltage bump? anyone using it here on forums?
I googled about this ram and people says its good so I ordered but im not sure if its any good, any good? thx for replies.
    
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no one using this ram stick here????
    
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I think you can, but you need like 1.65v-1.7v.
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I think you can, but you need like 1.65v-1.7v.
so its an okay ram?
thanks for answer.
    
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My own personal opinion with 1600 ram, is your better off tightening the timings rather then upping the frequency, same performance increase and none of the extra strain and heat on the IMC etc, ie: same frequence + lower latency = higher I/O, plus its easier then getting 1600+ unless your your overclocking via fsb, which you could very well be.

Download Maxxmem2, and use it for testing the ram OC affects, ie how much extra read/write speed you get per tweak.
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My own personal opinion with 1600 ram, is your better off tightening the timings rather then upping the frequency, same performance increase and none of the extra strain and heat on the IMC etc, ie: same frequence + lower latency = higher I/O, plus its easier then getting 1600+ unless your your overclocking via fsb, which you could very well be.

Download Maxxmem2, and use it for testing the ram OC affects, ie how much extra read/write speed you get per tweak.
I wont be overclocking via fsb. thanks for the tip off maxxmem2 utility, never heard of that before. I will do that. thanks.
    
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my 1600mhz cl7 1.5 can do 1866mhz at 1.6 with cl8, I havn't tried lowering the voltage but could probably run with 1.55v.

I would advise you to try and increase the speed to 1866mhz, leave the timings and increase the voltage to 1.55v try working around that, use memtest to test for stablity.
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my 1600mhz cl7 1.5 can do 1866mhz at 1.6 with cl8, I havn't tried lowering the voltage but could probably run with 1.55v.

I would advise you to try and increase the speed to 1866mhz, leave the timings and increase the voltage to 1.55v try working around that, use memtest to test for stablity.
thanks for reply! I can even try 1.6v for 1866! got some 80mm fans around if ram gets too hot. maybe 1.55 will be enogh like you said. I will report back tomorrow.
    
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my 1600mhz cl7 1.5 can do 1866mhz at 1.6 with cl8, I havn't tried lowering the voltage but could probably run with 1.55v.

I would advise you to try and increase the speed to 1866mhz, leave the timings and increase the voltage to 1.55v try working around that, use memtest to test for stablity.
okay system is up and running now. I've tried 1.55 voltage 1833mhz and 1.6voltage, no go. also tried to lower the timings. guess im stuck at 1600. ram gets really hot at 1.6voltage.
    
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