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i know intel is diff to amd but a couple of us have been trying tighter timings at lower speeds and seeing what we get. you may notice that the 3rd figure wont go below 8 on any speed you use unless its really low like 1333 i belive.

I just tried CPU VTT 1.060 I found it strange because the ram voltage and ram vtt on the timings screen is greyed out and I can not change it past 1.05 / 1.50

I did set the ram voltage under the voltage options to 1.52 but I can't edit the DRAM VTT

seems I'm stuck at 9-10-10-28 1T , I am happy but always looking for improvement smile.gif

First day I run 4.7ghz 1.45 and 1067mhz 1.52! Let's see how this goes
  
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If that kit is using the same IC's as my Ripjaws Z, then you SHOULD be able to get around 9-10-9-25 @ 2133 pretty easily, possibly 8-9-9-25. You seem to have a pretty dang good kit, given the speeds you're running at the voltage you're pushing through them, so I would DEFINITELY try to get the timings as tight as possible while working your way up to 1.65v. Of the four primary timings, I've found that the first and third will have the most effect, the fourth will only help with stability FTMP; just try to get the first and third down as low as is stable, keeping the second within 1-2 of them (and the fourth should be something like T1+T2+T3 -2, but it doesn't seem to be as applicable anymore for some reason?).

Keep pushing them! good luck!
   
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If that kit is using the same IC's as my Ripjaws Z, then you SHOULD be able to get around 9-10-9-25 @ 2133 pretty easily, possibly 8-9-9-25. You seem to have a pretty dang good kit, given the speeds you're running at the voltage you're pushing through them, so I would DEFINITELY try to get the timings as tight as possible while working your way up to 1.65v. Of the four primary timings, I've found that the first and third will have the most effect, the fourth will only help with stability FTMP; just try to get the first and third down as low as is stable, keeping the second within 1-2 of them (and the fourth should be something like T1+T2+T3 -2, but it doesn't seem to be as applicable anymore for some reason?).

Keep pushing them! good luck!

Seems I fooled myself! When running memtest in windows i get 1 error, not sure if I fix this by loosening the timings or adding voltage or what not, I never had errors before so time to troubleshoot these bad boys
  
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If that kit is using the same IC's as my Ripjaws Z, then you SHOULD be able to get around 9-10-9-25 @ 2133 pretty easily, possibly 8-9-9-25. You seem to have a pretty dang good kit, given the speeds you're running at the voltage you're pushing through them, so I would DEFINITELY try to get the timings as tight as possible while working your way up to 1.65v. Of the four primary timings, I've found that the first and third will have the most effect, the fourth will only help with stability FTMP; just try to get the first and third down as low as is stable, keeping the second within 1-2 of them (and the fourth should be something like T1+T2+T3 -2, but it doesn't seem to be as applicable anymore for some reason?).

Keep pushing them! good luck!

Seems I fooled myself! When running memtest in windows i get 1 error, not sure if I fix this by loosening the timings or adding voltage or what not, I never had errors before so time to troubleshoot these bad boys

If you don't want to increase the voltage then you will have loosen the timings, however if you're confident with using a higher voltage then maybe try and increase the voltage in small increments. Test stability by running Prime blend with 90% RAM usage or memtest for at least 6 - 8 hours.
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