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Originally Posted by superkyle1721 View Post

Wow great secondaries and seems to clock extremely well. What voltage (dram SA and VCCIO) are you running for those timings? Also was this your only bin or did you bin several kits until you found ones capable of running those speeds?

Looks like this will be next kit for sure sorry for all the questions but I don't have the funds to bin multiple so I want to make sure I'm getting the most I can in the price range.


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Only purchased one kit from newegg.

VCCIO and VSA like 1.25 and 1.3v or something on my 6700k. The 6700 non K that I tested needed like 1.5 vccio to do those timings, my 6700k barely needs any volts at all to do same speeds + timings, and even has headroom on RAM speeds it seems.

DRAM probably like 1.9v I think is needed for 4000 12-12-12, If I remember right I was doing near 2.1 for 4100 12-11-11 with those timings in picture
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Originally Posted by superkyle1721 View Post

Wow great secondaries and seems to clock extremely well. What voltage (dram SA and VCCIO) are you running for those timings? Also was this your only bin or did you bin several kits until you found ones capable of running those speeds?

Looks like this will be next kit for sure sorry for all the questions but I don't have the funds to bin multiple so I want to make sure I'm getting the most I can in the price range.


1.25v IO and 1.3v SA is what my better kits need with a 6700k, using 6300/6320 this will likely change. I've tested kits that need as low as 1.2v IO / 1.25v SA to ones needing as much as 1.4v IO 1.4v SA. Not necesrily in that order for 4000c12, keep in mind it's cpu and mem combination dependant. For B Die the G.Skill 2x8gb 3600c15, 3600c16 and 3600c17 kits are all going to be B's

http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&N=100007611%20601190328%20600006072%2050008476%20601203950&IsNodeId=1&bop=And&Order=PRICE&PageSize=90

Damn Darren 2.1v, I've never passed 1.98v real
post #7893 of 8083
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Originally Posted by GtiJason View Post


Damn Darren 2.1v, I've never passed 1.98v real

my **** ain't dead so we good man XD
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Originally Posted by Lays View Post

my **** ain't dead so we good man XD

I know it's still rockin' makes me feel good that I'm all good to pump them v's up a bit
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2+V and still alive is pretty impressive. Ive ran my current sticks up to around 1.8V and it handled it just fine. What kind of ram speed/Voltage are you getting out of the kit for 24/7 use? I dont mind upping the volts for testing and playing but Ive always been a bit timid to leave anything over 1.65V running 24/7. Cant you risk messing up the CPU also at high dram voltages or is that a myth?

Edit: Im torn between the 3600CL16 and the 3600CL15. Obviously I know CL15 will perform better out of the box and will give a better chance of running 4000+ stable with tight timings but for someone who is looking for a sollid 3800 24/7 kit with tight timings would there be a difference? The Cl15 kit im guessing should hit 3800CL14 at 1.5V while the CL16 kit should hit the same but maybe require 1.55V. Am I looking at this wrong? Again sorry for the questions just really want to make sure I get it right this time.
Edited by superkyle1721 - 7/10/16 at 7:52am
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Anybody have experience with Geil? Ive never purchased from them so idk their quality (i know they dont actually produce the ram but sometimes OEMs like crucial puts cheap heatsink on)

Their Dragon ddr4 is on sale, 3000 (pc4 24000) 15-15-15-35 volt 1.2v-1.35v
post #7897 of 8083
some are good some are bad. I was told they were the OEM company for one of the more popular brands. iirc. cant find who told me that tthough
post #7898 of 8083
The youtube product video mention samsung, but the video isnt in english so im just guessing its samsung chips
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Guys, is there any good guide where they show how to properly OC DDR3 mems ? I want to have them 100% stable...not just for benchmarking! redface.gif
I have Corsair Dom Plats 2666MHz CL10 4x4GB kit, which is the best DDR3 mem and also highly overclockable but I'm having problem doing so.
I'm using 4 sticks so it's a bit tougher. I would be happy with 2800 CL 10 for example smile.gif

Any help?
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Guide to mem oc

add voltage. use your brain to tighten timings gradually untill it fails

I think you should leave it at where it is though. IIRC that is really tight for daily use. Any more than that requires more v I think.

but IIRC c10 2666 was about the max for daily if you want to do c10 2800 just add voltage and pop in 2800 and maybe loosen secondaries a bit if need be. then tighten upon pass.
Edited by tatmMRKIV - 7/16/16 at 12:01pm
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