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nah, I have my memory running at 1333 but with 7-8-7-22 t2 timings.

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Originally Posted by compuman145;15393511 
nah, I have my memory running at 1333 but with 7-8-7-22 t2 timings.

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Have you looked into this though?
Here is a good run down on memory for your CPU

It seems to be the same case for every Intel CPU I looked at. With AMD there seems to be sweet spot were you don't want the tighter timings limiting your CPU's OC, but still have them as tight as possible.

heh...actually looking at the gaming benches...there isn't much difference for the 920...but other I7s had a significant differnce. Wierd. I think you have the only Intel CPU that actually does well with slower memory and tighter timings C...for 2500k you will want faster memory and forget the timings for the most part though.
Edited by Vagrant Storm - 10/21/11 at 7:55am
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post #13 of 19
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Originally Posted by compuman145;15393258 
That's actually slightly wrong, it depends on whether you use AMD or intel, Intel benefits from better timings, AMD the other way.

However, 16GB of RAM would reduce the overclock you're able to do, also, when it comes to real world benefits, you don't notice anything above 1600mhz @ 9-9-9-24 tbh.

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Doesn't Intel benefit from speed and AMD from tighter timings? headscratch.gif

With Sandy, 16GB won't hinder overclocking as long as you bump up the VCCIO. However, I remember reading a while back that bumping up the VCCIO may impact the memory controller negatively down the road (12-18 months). This is yet to be proven though.
post #14 of 19
I'm a newb to memory overclocking, but it seems my 990x is responding better from a slightly lower clock speed and tighter timings, vs higher clock and loose timing:

1600mhz 8-9-8-23 1T

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1480mhz 7-9-8-20 1T

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It's speed for Intel and timings for AMD. Speed especially for SB because ring bus frequency = ram speed.
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amd love mhz just as much as intel, but the intel imc is better than amds.

dont think cas6 1333 is better for amd than cas9 1800 guys, becasue it just aint.
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Originally Posted by hirolla888;15393130 
Get the Snipers, reasons:

- The 16GB kit runs on 1.6v (not recommended for SB)
- The Snipers can be overclocked to run 2133MHz 10-11-10-30, essentially "faster" than the 16GB kit and only half the price wink.gif

BTW the link to the other Ripjaws doesn't work

Running 1.65v memory on Sandy bridge is a non issue.
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Originally Posted by Don Karnage;15411693 
Running 1.65v memory on Sandy bridge is a non issue.

That's true. However it's still not recommended. Intel recommends no more than 1.58v (so let's say 1.6v).
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