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Ram OC question: When the voltage is increased to increase ram frequencies or decrease latency, is that voltage heating up the IMC and CPU? I can't remember. I think it does so a ram overclock will add heat on the die and potentially compete with a CPU overclock. I think the voltage I'm speaking of is called "dram voltage" in my bios.

Thanks.
Clock speed is number 1 always. Once you get close to your max temps and can't really add more core voltage then you dial in the other busses and ram.
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Ram OC question: When the voltage is increased to increase ram frequencies or decrease latency, is that voltage heating up the IMC and CPU? I can't remember. I think it does so a ram overclock will add heat on the die and potentially compete with a CPU overclock. I think the voltage I'm speaking of is called "dram voltage" in my bios.

Thanks.
Clock speed is number 1 always. Once you get close to your max temps and can't really add more core voltage then you dial in the other busses and ram.

^ What he said
 
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I agree you all, cpu clock speeds come first in OC. That's why I'm asking about this. The voltage I'm talking about is called the DRAM voltage. The DRAM voltage is usually 1.5-1.65v on most ram kits. Some low voltage kits are around 1.2-1.5v. I'm talking about that voltage.

Where will the heat from those volts manifest? VRM? NB? CPU? Just on ram kit?
    
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What's the max safe CPU nb I can run?
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What's the max safe CPU nb I can run?

I've heard of people going over 1.4v. Do you want to push those volts to the limit? It won't help you reach higher clock speeds as well as vcore, but it will pile on heat.
    
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I've heard of people going over 1.4v. Do you want to push those volts to the limit? It won't help you reach higher clock speeds as well as vcore, but it will pile on heat.

im on a custom loop and i was just wondering. Was gonna try to push 2600+ cpu/nb and 2000 mem. Im at 2600 cpu/nb but 1600 mem...
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im on a custom loop and i was just wondering. Was gonna try to push 2600+ cpu/nb and 2000 mem. Im at 2600 cpu/nb but 1600 mem...

I've been advised against pushing the NB in this forum because there is not much performance to be gained past 2200. I think the only instance that it's really beneficial to exceed 2200 NB is when you have ram clocked at a frequency >2200. Even then, real performance gains only apply to specific applications.

You definitely don't want to go past 2600mhz on HTT due to instability and other issues.
    
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I've been advised against pushing the NB in this forum because there is not much performance to be gained past 2200. I think the only instance that it's really beneficial to exceed 2200 NB is when you have ram clocked at a frequency >2200. Even then, real performance gains only apply to specific applications.

You definitely don't want to go past 2600mhz on HTT due to instability.

hmm interesting. I wonder if i can crank my ram speed up higher with a 2200 nb
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hmm interesting. I wonder if i can crank my ram speed up higher with a 2200 nb

You might be able to OC you ram. Your sig says your ram is "depend on your mood." You might want to update that. biggrin.gif
    
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You might be able to OC you ram. Your sig says your ram is "depend on your mood." You might want to update that. biggrin.gif

lol its just 2 2gb sticks of 1333 pulled outta a dell rated at 9-9-9-27 @ 1333. I have them running 2000 10-12-10 30 atm. IF i could fix my other ridgeback stick that has a cap missing off of it i could use them and push them from 1600 6-8-6-24 to 2133+ easy.
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