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post #591 of 1055
If you loosen the tertiary and secondary timings your efficiency will go to hell...xD
You would need to tighten the main timings more perhaps, if possible. cl9-11-11-26-1t worked fine for me below 1.6v
post #592 of 1055
Meh, it would be a waste of time for 200mhz on the ram. And that wouldn't do anything really. I'll just keep tightening the timings until I blow something up biggrin.gif
post #593 of 1055
Good idea...I tend to go by that rule, with mhz too. But things don't end up that good sometimes.
post #594 of 1055
Pretty stable so far so I saved that as my 24/7 tongue.gif Now to try and get em tighter biggrin.gif

post #595 of 1055
Just got my new board in, ram is posting @ 2400+ now. Question though should I aim for a higher frequency with moderate timings or lower frequency with tighter timings. Im trying to stick around 1.6v for daily use. Currently have the ram @ 2200 9-10-10-28 1T @ 1.59v in bios settings. I was posting 2400 @ 11-11-11-28 and 10-11-11-28 but i never really checked for stability the voltage was roughly around 1.56v.
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post #596 of 1055
Intel prefers frequency over timings. AMD is the opposite way around. Just go for the highest frequency you can get stable with the tightest timings thumb.gif

2hours in atm. So far so good redface.gif


Edited by Zeek - 3/6/13 at 10:42am
post #597 of 1055
Pleased with today's results... ram @ 2400 10-11-11-28 1T on 1.605v. 25 loops of IBT and 600% memtest stable, tomorrow will be p95 day I guess rolleyes.gif

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Pleased with today's results... ram @ 2400 10-11-11-28 1T on 1.605v. 25 loops of IBT and 600% memtest stable, tomorrow will be p95 day I guess rolleyes.gif


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post #599 of 1055
Nice rv8000 thumb.gif

Quick question for any of you. I've had these sticks for a while and I've used em on 3 CPU's. 1st CPU did 2400 benchable, never got around to trying to get it stable. 2nd CPU wouldn't pass 2000, and currently running them at 2200. When I try to boot at 2400, no matter the timings I get post code 55. I found this little topic about it tho.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1345201/memory-overclocking-imc-vs-ram
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You can usually tell with the debug when it fails post, when overclocking & it fails to post with 55 it's a memory limitation, when 23 comes up the IMC can't do it.

I'm not too sure tho because I've had them at 2400 before, but now they don't want to do it anymore. So would it be the ram or the IMC? I've even tried like 15-15-15-40 with super loose secondary and tertiary timings, still no go..

Old 2400 settings

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Current 2200 settings.

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post #600 of 1055
In order to get 2400 stable I had to bump up VTT and VCSSA, if you haven't maybe try that otheriwse I don't know all that much redface.gif
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