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My 1600mhz CL9 ram works better at 1500mhz CL8 but the issue in your situation is def false

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Thanks for all the replies

ill download Aida64 and see what my results are.
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I'm no expert when it comes to memory but I think your memory is unstable at CL8?
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Latency timings can influence the number of "misses" and thus the results.

So its possible that my ram timings are unstable even if a test such as prime95 can not bring about an error? If thats the case how can i test the stability of my RAM OC?
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It isn't. WEI is useless, don't base your machine performance off of it. If you really want to test whether cl8 or cl9 is faster you should fold your machine for the Chimp Challenge.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1249467/official-chimp-challenge-2012-signup-thread/0_40
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It's not.... WEI is not a proper benchmark for these kinds of comparisons.

Hence the sarcasm in my post lol
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If your system passes Memtest86+, P95, OCCT, Linpack etc. there is no reason to believe that your RAM is "unstable".

Timing "misses" are not due to being "unstable" per se, they are due to the slight skew in timing between data packets as they are processed by the CPU/GPU/RAM.
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