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You do know default voltage for ddr3 is 1.5v right?

Sent from my LG-VM670, Running IHO CM7.1.
Yes.

Although the kit that I have is rated at 1.35v.
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Originally Posted by Mr.Eiht View Post
You should go for higher frequency. ....
But I can guarantee you that this will be more beneficial than adjusting the timings 1666MHz.
Will try to find the other one regarding the 4 sticks question.
Edit: There I / you go:
http://www.overclock.net/15148982-post7.html
You can get good results. Even with 4 sticks.
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I've ran my mushkins at 9-9-9-24/1600 and 10-10-10-24/1866 (just to see if I could hit 1866) and there was negligible difference in any metric.
    
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I've ran my mushkins at 9-9-9-24/1600 and 10-10-10-24/1866 (just to see if I could hit 1866) and there was negligible difference in any metric.
Simply cranking up the speed and upping the timings is going to have little impact. The trick is to keep the same timings with more MHz or drop the timings with the same MHz. Or if you have good ram and know what you are doing, drop the timings AND raise the speed! Your e-peen will increase in size!
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I should run benches of mine at 6-8-6-20-24-1T which in P95 right now 9h50min is taking 1.59V

and compare that to their 1600 CL7 default at 1866 or even try 2000

on my pII rig I never got them to work at 1866
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