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post #11 of 63
Two notches (10 mV) did it for me.

As for DRAM voltage, 1.7 is probably fine but you might want to get a second opinion on that. I always stay below just in case but I don't think I've ever read about anyone ruining his chip or RAM with 1.7.
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Ah.

Actually, ivanlabrie was the one who recommended 1.7V to be the 24/7 safe voltage.
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Probably fine then, I think he knows more about RAM overclocking than I do. tongue.gif
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Probably fine then, I think he knows more about RAM overclocking than I do. tongue.gif

Oh ok, lol.
post #15 of 63
You cannot run trcd 6 stable at 1866..

*I think you need to read up on yiur timing set and understand a bit about what they do before you start making adjustmemts like that. Try setting 7-8-7-24 instead. . Or 6-8-6-24..
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You cannot run trcd 6 stable at 1866..

*I think you need to read up on yiur timing set and understand a bit about what they do before you start making adjustmemts like that. Try setting 7-8-7-24 instead. . Or 6-8-6-24..

Where can I read about those? Can you help me on this?

I've tested my system already and the lowest timing set that they can boot is 8-10-6-24-2T. If I lower any of the first four values by one level, the system won't boot. If I change 2T to 1T the system stucks at Windows. So ultimately, 8-10-6-24-2T are the lowest timings that can be accommodated by my system. This means that 7-8-7-24 and 6-8-6-24 would not let my system boot. This is because I use 2 kits of 2x2GB RAM modules which puts more strain on the IMC.

EDIT: Browsing through the first page of this thread, I saw that I accidentally put 8-6-8-24-2T that's why you said in your post that I cannot run tRCD 6 stable at 1866. That was a typo, I meant 8-10-6-24-2T that got me a BSOD 101, sorry.
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Originally Posted by CL3P20 View Post

You cannot run trcd 6 stable at 1866..

*I think you need to read up on yiur timing set and understand a bit about what they do before you start making adjustmemts like that. Try setting 7-8-7-24 instead. . Or 6-8-6-24..

Where can I read about those? Can you help me on this?

I've tested my system already and the lowest timing set that they can boot is 8-10-6-24-2T. If I lower any of the first four values by one level, the system won't boot. If I change 2T to 1T the system stucks at Windows. So ultimately, 8-10-6-24-2T are the lowest timings that can be accommodated by my system. This means that 7-8-7-24 and 6-8-6-24 would not let my system boot. This is because I use 2 kits of 2x2GB RAM modules which puts more strain on the IMC.

EDIT: Browsing through the first page of this thread, I saw that I accidentally put 8-6-8-24-2T that's why you said in your post that I cannot run tRCD 6 stable at 1866. That was a typo, I meant 8-10-6-24-2T that got me a BSOD 101, sorry.

Try 8-10-8-26, and if it is stable, try 1T instead of 2T.

In addition to that, go back to that guide I set you, there was a link for explaining memory timings. You also want to search your RAMs secondary timings, you may have to get in there and loosen somethings up in secondary.
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post #18 of 63
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Try 8-10-8-26, and if it is stable, try 1T instead of 2T.

In addition to that, go back to that guide I set you, there was a link for explaining memory timings. You also want to search your RAMs secondary timings, you may have to get in there and loosen somethings up in secondary.

I read the article you gave me again and I pretty much understand the description of the timings but I don't think it will help a lot in determining the maximum overclock potential of my modules but it was a good read.
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I cant see system sigs.. what rig are we clocking here?

 

CPU

mobo

RAM

 

??

 

*tnx

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I cant see system sigs.. what rig are we clocking here?

CPU
mobo
RAM

??

*tnx

You can't see my system rig? I can see it just fine in my signature.

It's RAM that we are overclocking here. My CPU OC is already stable and I want to overclock RAM now. I have two kits of these: G.Skill Ripjaws X F3-12800CL6D-4GBXH RAM for 8GB total.
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