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666 the sign of the devil

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Hi guys i'm a little confused.

I've got an ASUS M4A88TD-V usb3 Mb and am running

2 Geil Black dragon 2X4GB RAM
1 Corsair value select 4GB RAM
1 Corsair XMS3 DDR3 4GB RAM

All are 1333Mhz Clk 9 9 9 24

However a few times my system has failed to restart because the memory has not been read so pressing the Memok! button on the board has recalibrated the Clk but instead of showing up as
9 9 9 24 I get 6 6 6 18 and can't work out why this is being done whats the loss from going from
9 9 9 24 to 6 6 6 18 or am I worrying about nothing just trying to get the system tweaked and learn from you guys at the same time.

Cheers Bill
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Well, that is very strange. According to those numbers, your latency has been reduced, greatly reduced. This is a good thing, your memory should perform faster. However, I am curious as to whether these different modules have the same voltage setting. If not, you could be in trouble. Please let us know if you encounter any more anomalies.
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post #3 of 5
Thread Starter 
This is what I just pulled up

Corsair XMS dual channel systems, 1600MHz, 9-9-9-24, 1.65V

Geil Black Dragon 1600MHz RAM Speed, CAS 9-9-9-28 Timings, 1.5v VDIMM

Corsair Value Select 800MHz RAM Speed, CAS 5-5-5-18 Timings, 1.8v VDIMM

Seems I was wrong I was lead to believe that all these Sticks had the same Clk of 9 9 9 24? I'm thinking now the main culprit may be the Corsair Value Select

What issues may be caused with the Clk being at 6 6 6 18 taking into acount that this is what my board has decided it is happy with.smile.gif

Suppose the worse case senario is I have to pull out the Value..

Cheers Bill
post #4 of 5
666 is just a number. If you believe in the devil then you would know he has no real power
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My wife calls me a little devil LOL and Naaaa! Don't believe in the devil or the other half but on saying that the 666 was the title for my memory that being the beast at the moment biggrin.gif:D:D:D

AnywayI pulled the value stick out and thats sorted the problem but left me 4Gb down.

Posted it up on ebay.
Edited by billathome65 - 2/8/13 at 1:48pm
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