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post #21 of 29
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AMD 1075T Black Edition?

I thought these weren't released according to CPU World (LINK)

BTW, To you last post, go with opinion 3

Sorry for the mistake. ITS NOT a Black Edition CPU.

I havent tried them together yet. But assuming that the OCZ are 1600Mhz @ 7-7-7-24 by default and that i had already running the TeamGroup @ CL8 maybe i could do that...

So you think that 8Gb of RAM is usefull nowadays even for a non extrege gamer right?

Thks
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post #22 of 29
The 8 gigs can't hurt for gaming, but it is better for your photoshop use, i believe. i love your cpu/mobo combo btw.
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The 8 gigs can't hurt for gaming, but it is better for your photoshop use, i believe. i love your cpu/mobo combo btw.

Thks... i am just now giving my 1st steps and trying to found what them both can do. I just have a little sorry that these CPU models cant go much far than a 1600Mhz/1700Mhz of RAM frequency...frown.gif

When i bought these Teamgroup Kit i tought that i could set the DRAM freq. near the 2000Mhz....my ignorance
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post #24 of 29
how far have you managed to push your overclock? and what's your nb/cpu frequency?
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how far have you managed to push your overclock? and what's your nb/cpu frequency?

With the TeamGroup Kit the far i get was with these configs:
FSB: 250 (with a 3750Mhz CPU freq.)
CPU/NB Freq: 2500 (with a increase of 0.05v on it)
DRAM Freq: 1667Mhz @ CL9
HT LINK: 2000

I have run Prime95 for 30mins with the INTAKE FANs rotation at max speed ALL TESTS OK!
HWMONITOR64 gave me these temps:
CPU: 58ºC Max temp.
Cores: 46ºC max temp.

All the voltages were on AUTO except the CPU/NB OFFSET VOLTAGE that had a little increase of 0,05v.
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post #26 of 29
try setting your voltages manually. those temps are quite high. i must admit i'm in a cooler place, but my temps never go over 45c (33c core) on full load.
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try setting your voltages manually. those temps are quite high. i must admit i'm in a cooler place, but my temps never go over 45c (33c core) on full load.

My system has a Thermaltake Armor Big case with 2x120mm INTAKE Noiseblocker BlackSilent XL2 and the CPU is cooled by a Thermalright Ultra 120 Extrme + NOISEBLOCKER BLACK SILENT PRO PL-PS PWM 120MM



Till what voltages or max temps do you think i can go up?

Thks
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post #28 of 29
i try to keep it under 1.45v on vcore. but i err on the side of caution. i hear others go as high as 1.5 on air. at that clock speed, try 1.35 and slowly bump til it's stable.

as for temps, i try to keep it under 55c for cpu temp at full load.
post #29 of 29
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Hi again...
i've tried to install the 4 modules to get 8gb in total.

I set it to:
FSB:240
CPU/NB freq: 2400
HTT:1920
DRAM freq:1600
but to get a success boot i had to put the DRAM timmings all on AUTO.

CPUZ gave me this:





As i can see with these 4 modules the system is running on a single-channel. Its is normal or it should be on dual-channel?
Maybe that could be because they are diferent modules...and so the only option is sell these and buy another 2x4gb kit.

After done a little search i have found this 3 models of 8gb kit:
Patriot Viper 3 Series, Black Mamba, DDR3 8GB (2 x 4GB) 1600MHz Dual Channel Kit(PV38G160C9K)
http://www.patriotmemory.com/product...V38G160C9K.pdf

Corsair Vengeance LP DDR3-1600MHz 2x4GB (CML8GX3M2A1600C9)
http://www.corsair.com/memory-by-pro...m2a1600c9.html

Gskill Ripjaws X DDR3-1600MHz 2x4GB (F3-12800CL9D-8GBXL)
http://www.gskill.com/products.php?index=355

They all are very similar in their specs but in your opinion what brand could be better?

Thks
Edited by kelsinni - 3/13/13 at 5:13pm
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