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post #31 of 46
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thanks - i take a look - i want it to be fast and just work - XMP Profile - low timings if i can


i would be using the antec 920 cooler -


if i can get low profile ram - would be better i think just in case i run into space issues -

do you know if this cooler 920 would work on this board - i mean if it would fit - the mounts etc, with those heatsinks
post #32 of 46
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thanks - i take a look - i want it to be fast and just work - XMP Profile - low timings if i can
i would be using the antec 920 cooler -
if i can get low profile ram - would be better i think just in case i run into space issues -
do you know if this cooler 920 would work on this board - i mean if it would fit - the mounts etc, with those heatsinks
What cooler are you talking about?
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antec H20 920 --

would that fit on the UD5H board -
post #34 of 46
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If you dont mind the color i would say the Kingston HyperX Genesis series in 1600 MHz i have buildt so many PC with those RAM i cant count them all

Would rather go with the blue G.Skill Ares personally which would match the blue heatsinks of the board.

Never have seen much about Kingston but their memory is often 1.65V with higher timings than concurrents, don't know if its good for overclocking either.
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post #35 of 46
^ just bought some of this 1866 cl9 ram a few days ago havent been able to put it in a system but i heard it OC's pretty well and if you are talking about the antec khuler 920 then it will fit your motherboard and it will fit just about any case
post #36 of 46
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i just noticed that the sniper runs at 2N - now i dont know what that is - would that be 2T - ?

Can i find any Ram at 1600 speeds at least - 16 gig kit that can run at 1T - with the XMP profile ? with 9 timings if i can -


i was just about to close the case and noticed this 9 9 9 24 2N - is the speed - -


Does anything run at 1T with a 16 Gig Kit ?
post #37 of 46
The timing don't really matter much anyway.
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Thus, memory timings have indeed become a rather insignificant parameter for today’s computers. When choosing DDR3 SDRAM for an Ivy Bridge processor, you should consider its clock rate in the first place whereas a low CAS Latency and other timings are in fact unimportant. The same goes for tweaking and overclocking: you should first focus on increasing the clock rate of your DDR3 SDRAM and only then minimize its latencies if you want to

http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/memory/display/ivy-bridge-ddr3_3.html#sect0
post #38 of 46
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The timing don't really matter much anyway.
http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/memory/display/ivy-bridge-ddr3_3.html#sect0


Ok so you are saying - its better to get a faster clock speed ? instead of 1600 -- i should get 1866 - and higher ? usually with loose timings etc, -

If i were to get a faster speed in Ram with the XMP Profile - would it work in my Board -- UD5H - - by just picking XMP Profile from the bios when i boot -

or do i have to make other changes which i dont know which to adjust at the moment -


what Ram kit do you recommend for this board and the i7 chip ?

thanks - i really hate to limit myself by getting and slower speed if in fact i can do better with a faster speed - as long as it works stable - i am ok with faster speeds
post #39 of 46
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Originally Posted by Forceman View Post

The timing don't really matter much anyway.
http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/memory/display/ivy-bridge-ddr3_3.html#sect0


Ok so you are saying - its better to get a faster clock speed ? instead of 1600 -- i should get 1866 - and higher ? usually with loose timings etc, -

If i were to get a faster speed in Ram with the XMP Profile - would it work in my Board -- UD5H - - by just picking XMP Profile from the bios when i boot -

or do i have to make other changes which i dont know which to adjust at the moment -


what Ram kit do you recommend for this board and the i7 chip ?

thanks - i really hate to limit myself by getting and slower speed if in fact i can do better with a faster speed - as long as it works stable - i am ok with faster speeds
post #40 of 46
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Originally Posted by expresso View Post

Ok so you are saying - its better to get a faster clock speed ? instead of 1600 -- i should get 1866 - and higher ? usually with loose timings etc, -
If i were to get a faster speed in Ram with the XMP Profile - would it work in my Board -- UD5H - - by just picking XMP Profile from the bios when i boot -
or do i have to make other changes which i dont know which to adjust at the moment -
what Ram kit do you recommend for this board and the i7 chip ?
thanks - i really hate to limit myself by getting and slower speed if in fact i can do better with a faster speed - as long as it works stable - i am ok with faster speeds
Speed above 1600 MHz are only usefull in benchmarks.
Games and other program dont really use the higher speed so 1600 Mhz are where you get most for your money
Unless you dont care about that at all and you wanna have super speeds
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