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Just got this in the mail today. I had to post a pic just to show how low profile this ram actually is. Its unreal.

450

I'll be attempting an OC tonight. ill post back with results.
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indeed they are good size, even more fun to overclock. Bang 2133mhz 9-10-10-28 timings in. easy
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ANyone know why my bios wont show a selection above 1600 for the frequency? sabertooth 990fx +1055t
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I think you have to overclock using the ref clock to get to 1600+
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Originally Posted by jarede312 View Post

ANyone know why my bios wont show a selection above 1600 for the frequency? sabertooth 990fx +1055t

what bios ar you using on your sabertooth i have memory options up to 2400mhz
    
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As mentioned by "Speced" the 1055T will only go to 1600 MHz. RAM frequency without raising the CPU clock frequency. See the article in the link below.

http://www.kitguru.net/components/cpu/zardon/overclocking-the-amd-1055t-3700mhz-out-of-the-box/
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^ AM3 motherboards with Phenom II x6 processors support a maximum memory multiplier of x8; if you wish to run higher, you will have to raise the reference clock (this doesn't mean raising the CPU frequency as you can lower the CPU multiplier).  That said, given that it is the only way of overclocking the 1055T, I think an already increased ref clock might be a given.

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only black edition cpus have higher memory multis
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indeed they are good size, even more fun to overclock. Bang 2133mhz 9-10-10-28 timings in. easy

 

2133Mhz 9-10-10-27-1T @ 1.535v 

     
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^ AM3 motherboards with Phenom II x6 processors support a maximum memory multiplier of x8; if you wish to run higher, you will have to raise the reference clock (this doesn't mean raising the CPU frequency as you can lower the CPU multiplier).  That said, given that it is the only way of overclocking the 1055T, I think an already increased ref clock might be a given.

I'm not sure if I can even change the memory multiplier. All i see in the bios is a drop down showing different frequencies. Maybe Im getting it confused with something else though.
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