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I can't figure out how to get my RAM at 2133MHz 10-10-9-24-1T like I had on the ASUS board frown.gif

I got it to be stable for several hours by going up one or two notches in every sub timing but it made my AIDA scores really bad, similar to what they were using 1866. So I guess I have to go and adjust those timings one by one until I find the one thats messing me up!
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I can't figure out how to get my RAM at 2133MHz 10-10-9-24-1T like I had on the ASUS board frown.gif

I got it to be stable for several hours by going up one or two notches in every sub timing but it made my AIDA scores really bad, similar to what they were using 1866. So I guess I have to go and adjust those timings one by one until I find the one thats messing me up!

That's the way I normally go about it...unless you had a ROG board you could base yourself on any of the ram presets, and tweak it from there.
Go from XMP profile and change the clocks to 2133mhz, and change your timings to the following: cl9-10-10-28-2t with 1.7v for dram and 1.2v for vccio and vccsa.
See how that goes...
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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

That's the way I normally go about it...unless you had a ROG board you could base yourself on any of the ram presets, and tweak it from there.
Go from XMP profile and change the clocks to 2133mhz, and change your timings to the following: cl9-10-10-28-2t with 1.7v for dram and 1.2v for vccio and vccsa.
See how that goes...

Is 1.7v cool for 1.35v RAM? Seems kind of high. Or is 1.35v RAM the same as 1.5v RAM but just better binned?

I'll mess with it tomorrow seeing as how I dont have a GPU so I cant game anyway. Right now I'm drinkin some cold ones and chattin on Steam. Same name as my OCN name if any of the reg's wanna hit me up!
post #8984 of 33641
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Originally Posted by stickg1 View Post

Is 1.7v cool for 1.35v RAM? Seems kind of high. Or is 1.35v RAM the same as 1.5v RAM but just better binned?

I'll mess with it tomorrow seeing as how I dont have a GPU so I cant game anyway. Right now I'm drinkin some cold ones and chattin on Steam. Same name as my OCN name if any of the reg's wanna hit me up!

1.35v ram is the same 1.5 and 1.65v ram used for faster kits, just binned for low volt operation. Much like a 3770k it can operate between the full range of vcores we're used to see, no big deal. thumb.gif
Also, if you plan on running ram rated for 1600mhz at 1.35v at 2133 or 2400mhz you gotta pump that vdimm bro...same thing as the cpu vcore tongue.gif
My steam name is my username aswell, but I have no gaming rig yet frown.gif
Edited by ivanlabrie - 1/18/13 at 3:53pm
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1.35v ram is the same 1.5 and 1.65v ram used for faster kits, just binned for low volt operation. Much like a 3770k it can operate between the full range of vcores we're used to see, no big deal. thumb.gif

My steam name is my username aswell, but I have no gaming rig yet frown.gif

Okay, and its starting to look like its just a voltage issue because I was trying to run at 1.55v. I have 1866MHz 9-9-9-24-1T @ 1.5v running now with no issues.

I'll up the vCore in a few minutes and try again.
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Okay, and its starting to look like its just a voltage issue because I was trying to run at 1.55v. I have 1866MHz 9-9-9-24-1T @ 1.5v running now with no issues.

I'll up the vCore in a few minutes and try again.

Yeah, pretty much, first thing to try is increasing vdimm till you get no errors in hci memtest/superpi 32m/IBT max memory. If you go really high and still get errors bump vccio and vccsa, though it's always good to isolate the cpu from the equation as well as the integrated memory controller...I run stock cpu with auto vcore and leave vccio and vccsa at 1.2v each, then test the ram oc.
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lilchronic wrote...heres mine 670 FTW biggrin.gif

...Great results ! thumb.gif

I'm running a pair of 670ies in SLI (Asus Direct CU ii)...what are you boost and mem clocks ? How are you cooling them (water or air) ?
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Who wants to join the OCN Delidded Group?

This group will not replace the Delidded Ivy Bridge Club, this thread will remain the main place for us delidders to mingle and talk OT stuff! I just wanted something that will show that I am part of this group whenever someone clicks on my profile page. tongue.gif And it gets the word out about delidding other than being in the Intel CPU thread.

http://www.overclock.net/groups/show/2206/ocn-delidded
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Only a few pages to catch up on today, what happened?
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Who wants to join the OCN Delidded Group?

This group will not replace the Delidded Ivy Bridge Club, this thread will remain the main place for us delidders to mingle and talk OT stuff! I just wanted something that will show that I am part of this group whenever someone clicks on my profile page. tongue.gif And it gets the word out about delidding other than being in the Intel CPU thread.

http://www.overclock.net/groups/show/2206/ocn-delidded

I still think there should be a disclaimer to save the golden chips... tongue.gif
    
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Only a few pages to catch up on today, what happened?
I still think there should be a disclaimer to save the golden chips... tongue.gif

Where and I'll put it somewhere

As per Request of the almighty FtW420. he wants everyoe to save their golden chips and give them directly to him free of charge.
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