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I have had a stable overclock for 5 months now. I just got my new ram (ripjaws x 1600mhz 9-9-9-24) and I was wondering what should I do? I have a 3.8GHz overclock and I was running my old OCZ at 1856mhz.

1. What are the overclock abilities of the Ripjaws x?

2. I was also thinking should I lower my multi to 13 and clock to 3.9 so it ends up being 1600mhz. I can hit 4.0 no prob.

3. Or should I leave it at 14xx what ever it is and just tighten the timings?

Edit I am doing the multi right now and I am currently at 3.1 testing stability.
post #2 of 10
The easiest way to go is to ignore low RAM freq, max the CPU and NB and then tighten timings.
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Ok thats pretty much what I did last night. I lasted over 8.5 hours in prime before a blue screen 4:23 this morning. The culprit MEMORY_MANAGEMENT, so I am at 3.85Ghz NB maxed out HT link a little over 2000 ram is at 14xx something or another and my timings are 8-9-8-22-1cm unganged. Could I get tighter timings? If so how should I go about it and also do you think my timings aren't tight enough and that was why I BSOD this morning. (I have BSOD viewer)
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Ok thats pretty much what I did last night. I lasted over 8.5 hours in prime before a blue screen 4:23 this morning. The culprit MEMORY_MANAGEMENT, so I am at 3.85Ghz NB maxed out HT link a little over 2000 ram is at 14xx something or another and my timings are 8-9-8-22-1cm unganged. Could I get tighter timings? If so how should I go about it and also do you think my timings aren't tight enough and that was why I BSOD this morning. (I have BSOD viewer)
Even stock systems BSOD from time to time. IMO 24hour Prime testing is hugely overestimated.

What is your exact config now? Including CPU and CPU/NB freq and voltages, RAM freq, voltage and timings, and CPU temps?
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I am 3.85GHz on x14 multi
HT link is 2200
NB is maxed I don't know what it is exactly

Core Voltage is 1.47v
Dram is upped one so 1.515 rather than 1.50
as far as other voltages go, I don't know what they are, I just put them on what the guide said a long time ago.

Mem timings:
733.4MHz so 1466.8 @ 8-9-8-23-1T

I guess I am just wary because I had the stable 3.8 for a while but just recently it became unstable. I through ram in lowered my vcore by one step upped from 3.80-3.85 and put some mem timings that I thought might work. Booted up and it ran prime for almost 9 hours.... Haha so I guess the main thing is I want to get my memory honed in right where it needs to be.

Edit:

Note, I couldn't pass prime for 10 mins like a day ago on my old ram and overclock.
post #6 of 10
I would loosen the timings to get a stable CPU overclock first. So do 9-9-9-24-2T and give it another go, leaving everything else as you have it.

As for stress testing, Lin X is what i've been using. Do 50 loops of that and that should be good enough for everyday usage. I've not had any issues with any of my system if it passes 50 loops of Lin X.

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post #7 of 10
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Arrggg Ok I will see if I can get my friend to do it for me... I'm at work, last three days for the summer, 2.5 months 40 hr weeks and I have only treated my self to a RAM upgrade, I need gift cards haha.

I'm pretty sure my CPU is stable as it is, because I had it running at 3.8 and upped it to 3.85 and was able to take the vcore down. I was overclocking my old ram, and I believe thats where my instabilities were. But I don't mind doing 50 loops of linx to make sure, I mean we of OCN only want solid OC's. High, solid, OC's.
Edited by caleb - 7/27/11 at 4:18am
post #8 of 10
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Ok, I have set it back to 9-9-9-24 and tried running memtest86... It fails but it passed the memtest inside of windows fine.... what should I do? I tested with the overclock...should I test without it?
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Ok, I have set it back to 9-9-9-24 and tried running memtest86... It fails but it passed the memtest inside of windows fine.... what should I do? I tested with the overclock...should I test without it?
Did you change the command timing from 1T to 2T? I had to do this to get ram stable on my old 1055T build. Try that and give it another go.

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Sorry guys I forgot to post last night... I got it where I needed it. 3.85ghz 1465mhz ram @8-9-7-1t and it is stable. Thanks for all the help!!
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