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im pretty sure u want to tighten your timming for faster speed

I think he means loosen his timings to allow for a higher clock speed. Intel likes higher clocks while amd likes tighter timings I think.
Edited by Arm3nian - 4/15/13 at 10:55am
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I think he means loosen his timings to allow for a higher clock speed. Intel likes higher clocks while amd likes tighter timings I think.

Yea I mean loosen them just enough to allow for a higher Mhz speed. I was just wondering if that is how RAM overclocking works. biggrin.gif Not to knowledged with it.
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Yea I mean loosen them just enough to allow for a higher Mhz speed. I was just wondering if that is how RAM overclocking works. biggrin.gif Not to knowledged with it.

Generally that is what you do but you can try other things. For one you can try raising the clock speed by raising the voltage. I went up to 1.85v on the trident sticks and they didn't die. From there you can try to loosen the timings and go for an even higher clock speed. Don't loosen them too much though thumb.gif Your ram overclock will depend mostly on how much tweaking and time you want to spend on it. If you like to experiment/benchmark then go for it.
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Would you care to elaborate on why EK PreciseMount is a waste of money?

Does anybody else in here have experience with this PreciseMount on a naked Ivy?

You could have bought a 380i and not needed an overpriced kit to do bare die while getting better performance than the EK Supremacy. I say "overpriced kit" because they charge $10 + shipping for around $2 worth of hardware.
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[Would you care to elaborate on why EK PreciseMount is a waste of money?

Does anybody else in here have experience with this PreciseMount on a naked Ivy?

Why three plastic washers for four standoffs?
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[Would you care to elaborate on why EK PreciseMount is a waste of money?

Does anybody else in here have experience with this PreciseMount on a naked Ivy?

Why three plastic washers for four standoffs?

The retention bracket uses 3 screws, so you need 3 nylon washers once you throw the bracket away.
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Yea I mean loosen them just enough to allow for a higher Mhz speed. I was just wondering if that is how RAM overclocking works. biggrin.gif Not to knowledged with it.
The timings are wait times for certain things. The numbers count the clock ticks to wait. You can divide them by the MHz to compare. If you want to know what would be the same actual time for "10" when going from 1600 Mhz to 1866 Mhz, you'd do this:

10 / 1600 * 1866 = 11.6625

So a timing of 11 @ 1866 would be faster, and 12 @ 1866 would be slower in actual nanoseconds. You can use that for a starting guess for your overclocking. Your BIOS probably uses this formula for all timings you have on "Auto" (my Gigabyte board's BIOS works like that). If this is the case, you have to manually set all timings for them to actually get faster from the overclocking, or you'll only get increased bandwidth out of it.

The "tREFI" timing works differently. For that, a higher number means stuff is set more aggressive, so "loosening" that would mean using a smaller number.
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Alright guys I have just confirmed the stabilization of my very first RAM overclock. It's not much, but I'm pretty happy because I have four sticks of crappy DDR3 1600 Vengeance and I was sure I wasn't going to be able to overclock it. I'm running 1600 Mhz with timings of 9, 11, 11, 28 at 1.6v. I left my command rate at 2N. Should I change that? I'm still a beginner at this stuff.

So stock is 1600MHz 9-9-9-24 right? So now you're running 1600MHz 9-11-11-28?? You just made your RAM slower.
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