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post #291 of 1055
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How do they overclock?

I don't have the build up yet so I can't really say. I could test them on my current p67 SB build but I haven't really thought that over too much. I am currently waiting on the CPU, and MB. Those pieces won't be here until the 1st or 2nd week of Feb.
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Where were they purchased from?

Those are the newest batch that I've seen.
Newegg just this last week.
post #292 of 1055
Thanks, of course that means that you ordered them before they ran out and subsequently restocked, right?

So we don't know at this point what week the current stock uses.

Might just have to gamble on a couple of kits.
post #293 of 1055
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Originally Posted by Reefa_Madness View Post

Thanks, of course that means that you ordered them before they ran out and subsequently restocked, right?

So we don't know at this point what week the current stock uses.

Might just have to gamble on a couple of kits.

I ordered them when the dual channel kits were out of stock. They brought back the single dimms for 22 so I hopped on 4 of those. As soon as I get a notification email, it linked me right to the single dimms and the 2 piece kit was was still out at that time.

Can I get decent OC's on a p67 board? I can test but I don't want to break anything as this rig is sold already but am waiting for new parts.
post #294 of 1055
Well, there were 19 kits available yesterday and are all sold out now.

No dual channel kit, nor single sticks available at this time at Newegg.

As far as overclocks, the really good 2400-2600+ seem to be coming from either X79 or Z77 rigs (other than the MSI boards, as they don't seem to like these modules).
post #295 of 1055
with SB they will not OC very high i think max is 2133 correct me if i am wrong but for 2400 and up you need IB
post #296 of 1055
I'm running YKO 1228 modules and running them at the speeds/timings in my sig, I got em to boot at 2400 once. Had them at 2200 for a while then went to current specs and could never go over 2000, lol. I think I messed up something with the sub timings even tho I never touched em. Might get another pair at newegg since I got my pair at micro.
Edited by Zeek - 1/27/13 at 1:54pm
post #297 of 1055
Thanks for the replies, I think I will wait and pop these open when I get the x79 build running and hope for the best. One thing I don't want to do is run these at too high a voltage.

Also interesting and something I'm been thinking over - Would a higher OC on the CPU benefit performance more than higher OC's and read/write speeds on the memory? Trying to outline my priorities here as I've always gone for higher CPU clocks.
Edited by liquidmetal14 - 1/27/13 at 1:54pm
post #298 of 1055
Go for the higher CPU clocks for sure.
post #299 of 1055
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Thanks for the replies, I think I will wait and pop these open when I get the x79 build running and hope for the best. One thing I don't want to do is run these at too high a voltage.

Why not? They can be used with 1.65v 24/7 no problems there
post #300 of 1055
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Originally Posted by Reefa_Madness View Post

Go for the higher CPU clocks for sure.
Always keeping this advice in mind.
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Originally Posted by [CyGnus] View Post

Why not? They can be used with 1.65v 24/7 no problems there
I've never really done OC'ing on the memory so I will try to be aggressive while attempting to maintain stability. Thanks for the advice.
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