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bring ram speed back up (timings)

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my cpu is overclocked to 3.6-GHZ atm

and i want my ram speed back up currently underclocked

stock is 1333-MHZ
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2044764

as i have overclocked using the bus i need some loose ram timings

my ram is currently 480-MHZx2/960-MHZ @ CL 6.6.6.15

its generic ram so not sure what it can do has been overclocked to 14xx-MHZ and booted but any higher @ cl 9.9.9.24 it wont boot

i need loose ram timings to get to 14xx/15xx-MHZ

stock at 1333MHZ my ram is 9.9.9.24
so i guess the timings would be 10.xx.xx.xx or similar to 1600MHZ rated ram timings


so what im trying to say is my system is overclocked and i had to drop my ram speed to achive the CPU overclock as my system would noy boot if i left ram stock

i think its due to the timings at over 1333 so i want to try some loose timings to see if that works at speeds over 1333 so i need some loose timing so be thrown at me

edit just noticed my validation is rejected any reason why :?:
Edited by craigs911 - 10/13/11 at 2:17pm
post #2 of 4
See this chart here http://www.overclock.net/amd-cpus/59...ram-chart.html

Use the stock timings and volts for 1333 and bump the freq to 1066, you are using 800 now.
That will put your ram at about 1280 (with a 240 ref clock).At 250 ref clock the ram will be at 1333.

Good luck

Gyro
Edited by Gyro - 10/13/11 at 4:36pm
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thanks i would rep you if i could
post #4 of 4
Use the x5.33 multiplier at 250Mhz bus clock.
EDIT: Was answered already. Same principle though. Ensure timings set to 9-9-9. Don't expect the RAM to go further than 1333.
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