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Im running 1600MHz Kingston HyperX blue memory @ 1866MHz with 9-11-9-27 timings, are these good or should a lower the timings?? Thanks! (sorry for being a real n00b at ram timings :S)
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That's not bad timings for 1600 rated memory running at 1866. My stock 1866 snipers are 9 10 9 28. For me to run 2133 I have to go to 10 11 10 30. I just ordered Trident X 2400 2 x 4 so we will see how that goes.
 
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Ok thanks alot for your response. Also I am running 1.65v WITHOUT a RAM cooler will it fry or will I be alright? Seems good to me...
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Originally Posted by AlDyer View Post

Ok thanks alot for your response. Also I am running 1.65v WITHOUT a RAM cooler will it fry or will I be alright? Seems good to me...

As long as you have good air flow in your case you should be fine. 1.65 is usually the safe max voltage ad long as you have some air movement. I wouldn't push any more voltage than that for 24/7 use.
 
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Alright, I have good airflow, knew about the maximum already. Thanks alot for your feedback guys thumb.gif
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Alright, I have good airflow, knew about the maximum already. Thanks alot for your feedback guys thumb.gif
No problem, sounds like those hypers are some pretty good chips smile.gif
 
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