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I don't really know much about ram but I was just wondering. I use photoshop often, basically daily. Ediit/render videos quite often, game here and there etc. Would it be better to keep the ram as is (1866 8-9-9-21-1T 1.505v) or OC it a little bit higher to like 2133 or 2400?

Real-world benefits from higher memory bandwidth can be somewhat hit-or-miss depending on exactly what you are doing. Games won't see much, if any, improvement but something like calculations with HyperPi would. So...you should just try for yourself and see. Rendering could see a boost. The likely answer is "not really", though.
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Ah. Is undervolting really important or RAM modules though? I mean do they produce heat that much?

I'm contemplating if I should sell my 2 kits of G.Skill and get these?

Those sticks are actually much faster, they can hit really high clocks with super tight timings, which normally beat the modern ram sticks.
Try to hit 2200mhz cl7-11-7-27-1t with 1.7v and see how that goes. You might be able to hit 2400mhz with the same timings or 9-11-9-28-1t.
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I don't really know much about ram but I was just wondering. I use photoshop often, basically daily. Ediit/render videos quite often, game here and there etc. Would it be better to keep the ram as is (1866 8-9-9-21-1T 1.505v) or OC it a little bit higher to like 2133 or 2400?


You'll cut down on your encoding times and the like, not sure how much though, but if you manage to hit 2400mhz cl10 or cl9 you might see a nice boost all around.
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I must get a kit of this stuff for my EVGA 790i board... Problem is, i dont wanna spend money on something that ultimately might not work with my hardware. But if it does work, it will effectively remove memory stability as one of the things i need to keep an eye on when overclocking my processor.
Does anyone here know of anyone who has run a kit of these on such an old DDR3 board?
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You'll cut down on your encoding times and the like, not sure how much though, but if you manage to hit 2400mhz cl10 or cl9 you might see a nice boost all around.
Gonna see what kind of timings and such I can get later. What's the max safe voltage for 24/7?
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I must get a kit of this stuff for my EVGA 790i board... Problem is, i dont wanna spend money on something that ultimately might not work with my hardware. But if it does work, it will effectively remove memory stability as one of the things i need to keep an eye on when overclocking my processor.
Does anyone here know of anyone who has run a kit of these on such an old DDR3 board?

These are no good for 775, cause they can't take voltages over 1.9v without cold AND they don't do tight timings with low clocks really well.
Your best bet would be to get Crucial ram, the new 1600 cl8 would be ideal, or the 2gb sticks (ballistix tactical tracers). Another good options is elpida hyper ram, which is older ddr3, gonna have to be used though and only comes in 1gb and 2gb per stick.
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Gonna see what kind of timings and such I can get later. What's the max safe voltage for 24/7?

Awesome man! I'd go up to 1.65v but I tend to push things...Most folks won't do over 1.575v with these cause of the slim pcb.
post #166 of 1055
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Awesome man! I'd go up to 1.65v but I tend to push things...Most folks won't do over 1.575v with these cause of the slim pcb.

I'm not too worried since I have extra ram laying around so if they die on me I'm fine biggrin.gif
post #167 of 1055
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Those sticks are actually much faster, they can hit really high clocks with super tight timings, which normally beat the modern ram sticks.
Try to hit 2200mhz cl7-11-7-27-1t with 1.7v and see how that goes. You might be able to hit 2400mhz with the same timings or 9-11-9-28-1t..

I thought 1.65V is the 24/7 safe voltage for these modules?

I just tried 2133 9-11-9-27-2t timings and I still had an error with HCI Design Memtest. So I should still increase timings? Does this mean that my memory kits suck?
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I thought 1.65V is the 24/7 safe voltage for these modules?

I just tried 2133 9-11-9-27-2t timings and I still had an error with HCI Design Memtest. So I should still increase timings? Does this mean that my memory kits suck?

No, depends...Use 1.2v on imc and vtt (vccio and vccsa) to determine how much vdimm you need.
Try 2133mhz cl7-11-7-27-1t with auto subs and 1.7v first.

You got a 2500k right? Your imc might be weak if that's the case. (if you got a 2500k don't change vccio and vccsa cause they can't take as much voltage as Ivy!)
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No, depends...Use 1.2v on imc and vtt (vccio and vccsa) to determine how much vdimm you need.
Try 2133mhz cl7-11-7-27-1t with auto subs and 1.7v first.

You got a 2500k right? Your imc might be weak if that's the case. (if you got a 2500k don't change vccio and vccsa cause they can't take as much voltage as Ivy!)

Yes, my CPU is 2500K.

The voltage of the IMC is the VCCIO, right? Is there a reason to change VCCSA? I'm reading that VCCSA should not be altered to manual at all, don't know if that's accurate info though?

I actually can't boot with CL7, the lowest I can get is CL8 for it to POST. What do you mean with "auto subs"? So 1.7V is fine for 24/7 VDIMM?
post #170 of 1055
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Yes, my CPU is 2500K.

1)The voltage of the IMC is the VCCIO, right? Is there a reason to change VCCSA? I'm reading that VCCSA should not be altered to manual at all, don't know if that's accurate info though?

2)I actually can't boot with CL7, the lowest I can get is CL8 for it to POST. What do you mean with "auto subs"? 3)So 1.7V is fine for 24/7 VDIMM?

1)Vccsa is imc, vtt is vccio. Don't fiddle with those for reassurance...the imc is not as strong as Ivy but still really good.
2)Auto subs is using automatic secondary timings in your bios. Use cl8-10-8-28-1t at 2133mhz, see how that goes with 1.7v
3)Yep, those older ic's can take up to 1.75v for daily usage, though 1.7v is 'safer'. Just have a fan blow air at them...
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