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you can put the timings to what they are supposed to be, the only reason it wouldn't work is that you can only use 2 of those modules in 1866. All 4 in 1600.

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I selected 1600 and then turned up the fsb to get what I wanted, and I didnt have to remove 2 sticks to do it. All of my ram is useable. There was absolutely no reason to call me "ignorant". That was completely uncalled for and out of line!mad.gif

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I don't think so, I mean you quoted my post and you mentioned that your running 19xx ram. I mean what is the purpose of your post? To say that I'm wrong that you should be able to run 1866 ram on all slots when I've explained the problem?

Edit: This whole thing seems to be a misunderstanding now. Yes all your ram will work when set to 1600, but only 1 per channel when set to 1866.

I mean it seemed to me like you claimed that your running your ram on 4 slots with 1866.... I mean we know the ram WILL WORK with 1600 on all slots..............
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I don't think so, I mean you quoted my post and you mentioned that your running 19xx ram. I mean what is the purpose of your post? To say that I'm wrong that you should be able to run 1866 ram on all slots when I've explained the problem?

Why are you even posting that?

No, simply stating that 1866 or more is achievable with 4 sticks of ram.
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No, simply stating that 1866 or more is achievable with 4 sticks of ram.

Yes of course it is! I'm running 2000MHz right now!

But you can't have them run 1866 in bios!!!!!!!
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Edit: This whole thing seems to be a misunderstanding now. Yes all your ram will work when set to 1600, but only 1 per channel when set to 1866.

I mean it seemed to me like you claimed that your running your ram on 4 slots with 1866.... I mean we know the ram WILL WORK with 1600 on all slots..............

Yes, set it at 1600 to start with and then turn up the fsb to get it where you want it. Why couldnt the OP leave all for sticks in, set it to 1600 to start with and then turn up the fsb until he reaches 1866. He gets the desired speed, plus gets to use all 4 sticks.smile.gif
Edited by kwikgta - 1/28/13 at 4:40am
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Yeap, so he can use all 4 dimms in 1600 and then overclock to get 1866 or higher.
Or use 1866 from bios with 2 dimms without overclocking.

I hope you understand the difference.
Edited by EkseF - 1/28/13 at 11:41am
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Why would you want looser timings and more voltage draw when you can accomplish the same thing with Kingston's spec?
Because he never mentioned what set he had, and my settings covered them all. You just picked out the oddball set to challenge what I said. Troll failed dude. wink.gif
Doesn't matter any more anyway, he's all set.
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