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what is your NB clock set too? 5ghz + 2400mhz ram + the nb clock to justify 2400mhz ram is not the easiest task. (not to say its impossible, but tough for a greener on this platform)

Meh, 2400 MHZ is the bare minimum for him.

Suggested NB Clock / Voltage:

2400 MHZ - 1.175/1.2 V
2500 MHZ - 1.25/1.275 V
2600 MHZ - 1.3/1.325 V

HT link at 2600 MHZ to with no overvolt and he's good to go.
 
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what is your NB clock set too? 5ghz + 2400mhz ram + the nb clock to justify 2400mhz ram is not the easiest task. (not to say its impossible, but tough for a greener on this platform)

Meh, 2400 MHZ is the bare minimum for him.

Suggested NB Clock / Voltage:

2400 MHZ - 1.175/1.2 V
2500 MHZ - 1.25/1.275 V
2600 MHZ - 1.3/1.325 V

HT link at 2600 MHZ to with no overvolt and he's good to go.

have you done any testing on this VS 2133mhz ram @ comparable NB clocks?

2400mhz rated ram will do 2133mhz really nice at slightly tighter timings, you don't see justifiable gains until just over 2500mhz NB with 2400mhz ram.

but if you stick in the 2500-2600mhz range of NB, 2000 mhz ram also becomes a meaty contender.
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My NB is at x12-2400MHZ
I took this picture, I hope I got the right stuff.



to clarify, I don't care about power consumption, I just need this clock stable for my science fair project
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have you done any testing on this VS 2133mhz ram @ comparable NB clocks?

2400mhz rated ram will do 2133mhz really nice at slightly tighter timings, you don't see justifiable gains until just over 2500mhz NB with 2400mhz ram.

I don't understand your question, but I will still try to replay as best as I can:

I managed to squeeze 2640 MHZ at 1.325 V and 2132 MHZ. Definitely better than 2400 MHZ, but it mostly depends on CPU frequency.

In fact, the higher the CPU clock, the higher the values given by maxxmem (???)

I use corsair vengeance OCd at 2133 MHZ 10-11-11-24-37-1T

EDIT: HOLY COW, 1.4 V at the NB! That's going to fry it soon, lower it to 1.2 V if you are at 2400 MHZ!

And raise the VCore up 1 notch.
 
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have you done any testing on this VS 2133mhz ram @ comparable NB clocks?

2400mhz rated ram will do 2133mhz really nice at slightly tighter timings, you don't see justifiable gains until just over 2500mhz NB with 2400mhz ram.

I don't understand your question, but I will still try to replay as best as I can:

I managed to squeeze 2640 MHZ at 1.325 V and 2132 MHZ. Definitely better than 2400 MHZ, but it mostly depends on CPU frequency.

In fact, the higher the CPU clock, the higher the values given by maxxmem (???)

I use corsair vengeance OCd at 2133 MHZ 10-11-11-24-37-1T

Maxxmem is utterly unreliable on this platform (see reference a.k.a. CCSorkinman)

ok, I will lay out my methodology.

I was using a ram disk and crystal disk mark.

comparing 1866, 2000, 2133, 2400 ram speeds vs 2400-2500-2550-2600-2700 nb clock

trying to keep core clocks as similar as possible.. (i think had 270ish mhz between the lowest clock and highest clock. so not perfectly scientific)

my results 2000 trumped 1866 every time (with the timings my stick can do), 2000/2133/2400 kinda bounced around the top depending on nb speeds.

below 2550mhz NB, 2400 has diminished gains if gain at all over the 2000 and 2133 speeds

IMHO, 2400mhz ram with a nb lower then 2600mhz just isn't worth it over the performance of 2400-2600mhz NB and 2000-2133mhz ram
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I don't understand your question, but I will still try to replay as best as I can:

I managed to squeeze 2640 MHZ at 1.325 V and 2132 MHZ. Definitely better than 2400 MHZ, but it mostly depends on CPU frequency.

In fact, the higher the CPU clock, the higher the values given by maxxmem (???)

I use corsair vengeance OCd at 2133 MHZ 10-11-11-24-37-1T

EDIT: HOLY COW, 1.4 V at the NB! That's going to fry it soon, lower it to 1.2 V if you are at 2400 MHZ!

And raise the VCore up 1 notch.

your saying use 1.55 volts and lower nb to 1.2v?
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your saying use 1.55 volts and lower nb to 1.2v?

NB should NEVER go past 1.35 V, unless you need 2700+ MHZ of course, which you don't, since you're keeping your NB at 2400 MHZ.

Since the NB is not out of voltage (not even at 1.2 V is near unstability, but don't go below 1.175 V), the only possibility is the CPU.

Crank it up until you're stable. If you really need those 5+ GHZ.
 
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1.4v on the NB is nothing to worry about..

likely needed if you want to try and hit 2700NB
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I have an 8350 @ 5.0 GHZ, using an Asrock 990FX Fatality Killer Mobo running bios 1.3 . I have it set to 1.5375 volts on the manual voltage. I am running AMD radeon R9 gamer series ram clocked at 2400 MHZ. the FSB is stock 200 and multi is set at 25.

Set your voltage to 1.55v and work your way from there, running the CPU at 5.0 and the ram at 2400Mhz will put a good amount of stress on it so you'll need extra voltage to accomodate for it.

and as before, cooling on the back of the socket and the vrm/NB.
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your saying use 1.55 volts and lower nb to 1.2v?

NB should NEVER go past 1.35 V, unless you need 2700+ MHZ of course, which you don't, since you're keeping your NB at 2400 MHZ.

Since the NB is not out of voltage (not even at 1.2 V is near unstability, but don't go below 1.175 V), the only possibility is the CPU.

Crank it up until you're stable. If you really need those 5+ GHZ.

Ummm, no.....with good cooling you can push it beyond that.
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1.4v on the NB is nothing to worry about..

likely needed if you want to try and hit 2700NB

^ Yup, all of this
 
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1.4v on the NB is nothing to worry about..

likely needed if you want to try and hit 2700NB
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Set your voltage to 1.55v and work your way from there, running the CPU at 5.0 and the ram at 2400Mhz will put a good amount of stress on it so you'll need extra voltage to accomodate for it.

and as before, cooling on the back of the socket and the vrm/NB.
Ummm, no.....with good cooling you can push it beyond that.
^ Yup, all of this

Seems like I need an update then, Last time I checked no one suggested to stay 24/7 at 1.4 V on the NB.

Definitely need to update.
 
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