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@AussieDave

What are the specified timings on your Ram modules, most DDR3 modules are 9-9-9-24 @ 1.5-1.65V.
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Systemlord:
Ram Timings are : 9-9-9-24 @ 1.5
at the moment I have them at stock speed 1333 MHz. Starting to take the plunge & research into over clocking, then I tackel the ram.

As Ken pointed out Sin's O/C guides, I reading them at the moment

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Systemlord:
Ram Timings are : 9-9-9-24 @ 1.5
at the moment I have them at stock speed 1333 MHz. Starting to take the plunge & research into over clocking, then I tackel the ram.
As Ken pointed out Sin's O/C guides, I reading them at the moment
CHEERS

I always say start where you'll have the largest performance gain, you won't gain much in memory overclocking. I remember when Sandy Bridge (dual channel) first came out, it surpassed and equaled to that of X58 being triple channel.
post #14 of 14
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thanks for the reply..
once I get my head around the overclocking side of things, I just set the ram back to its normally speeds & leave them be.
thanks again
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60 gig corsair Force 3 GT SSD . 1 WD 2TB 3 Pioneer DVD-RW 219, 1 LG BluRay RW Corsair H80 win7 64bit 
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