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Hi guys,

I want to try and push some more out of my 4x4 gig kit. RipJaws F3-12800CL9

Do I just set the ram to manual and bump my voltage to 1.65.

I have never overclocked ram before.

Do I need to loosen the timings a little.

Any help is appreciated.thumb.gif
Edited by Hurtn4ASquirtn - 8/3/13 at 8:40pm
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there are 2 ways to overclock RAM:

To increase speed: Nudge up the speed little by little.
- 1: loosen timings when it becomes unstable
- 2: when loosening timings doesn't help anymore, increase voltage a bit.

To tighten timings: Lower timings one at a time. I.E. 9-9-9-24 -> 8-9-9-23 -> 8-8-9-22 and so on. #1+#2+#3 - 3 = #4
- 1: lower speed a bit (don't go below 1333) when it becomes unstable.
- 2: When lowering speed isn't helping, or you're at 1333 already, increase voltage a bit.

Tightening timings will result in a snappier interface, and quicker response. Most usage prefers tighter timings.

Higher speed results in more bandwidth. Things like RAMDisks and VMs prefer higher speeds.
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Thanks KyadCK will have a play around and see what they can doo.

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I have that kit they dont OC that well the best stable I can run at without too much messing about is 9-10-9-27-35 1T @2005MHZ 1.6v

OOPS sry wrong ram thumb.gif
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I managed 8-8-8-22 with 1333 stable.

Then went for 1866 with 9-10-9-28 booted into windows but was unstable.

10-10-9-24 was also unstable @ 1866.

Hmm maby time to upgrade ram.
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