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Corsair Vengance Artic White Overcloking

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I have the 8GB Corsair Vengeance artic white kit and would like to overclock them, I have has a look on google and could not find much on overclocking these sticks. I was wondering if anyone could help me in the prcocess of overclocking them, I think they are at 1.35v on 1333mhz. Also what is the highest speeds you have achieved once overclocked?

Thanks
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http://www.overclock3d.net/reviews/memory/corsair_vengeance_lp_8gb_1_35v_review/3

I own the same ram and have managed to get 7-8-7-22-29 1T @ 1600 and 1.63V. I'm running 4 X 4 GB. Have to say I'm pretty happy with them. Been a year now and they are rock solid.
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Just wanted to know is that good? Also is it better to have faster ram speed or lower ram timings.

Thanks, for the link, I had a look at that but being a novice I dont know much on how to overclock them so any guidance would be helpful. I understand I have to go to the bios and my motherboard is P8Z77-V Pro.

How would I change them,

would I up the voltage by 0.1 then increase the speed or change the timings first then do a test?

Thanks

Also whats the highest voltage you reccommend for ram as I dont want to ruin my motherboard
Thanks
Edited by mpatel93 - 12/31/12 at 4:24am
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