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well what you guys think of that it could rum with my RV4X SBE 3960x or 3930k ?? it worth it ?
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well what you guys think of that it could rum with my RV4X SBE 3960x or 3930k ?? it worth it ?

You have to be lucky to get those speeds, 2600MHz with stock timings. I mean you need your internal memory controller, located on the cpu, to be able to OC enough to reach those memory frequencies.

It's very possible you might, but if you can't, you could run that ram at lower speeds like say 2400-2500Mhz with lower voltage and maybe tighter timings.
    
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those are great speeds however you probablly wont need them you wont really notice much of a difference between 2133 and 2600 as for your processor handling it you would need to OC past your highest multi for the memory (not sure what it is on x79) as long as you can pus the reference clock up that high you will be fine. if you dont want to oc the cpu at all then just drop the cpu multi down to compensate for the higher bus
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You have to be lucky to get those speeds, 2600MHz with stock timings. I mean you need your internal memory controller, located on the cpu, to be able to OC enough to reach those memory frequencies.
It's very possible you might, but if you can't, you could run that ram at lower speeds like say 2400-2500Mhz with lower voltage and maybe tighter timings.
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those are great speeds however you probablly wont need them you wont really notice much of a difference between 2133 and 2600 as for your processor handling it you would need to OC past your highest multi for the memory (not sure what it is on x79) as long as you can pus the reference clock up that high you will be fine. if you dont want to oc the cpu at all then just drop the cpu multi down to compensate for the higher bus

well i agree but i have seen someone he OC hIs ram using this board up to 2700 so i was wondring if with luck imy IMC can handel this speed
i have to try IT to see iF it doesn't work i will wait till get YB-E
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