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Its 11-11-11-30 timing
G skill ripjaws X - 2133 Mhz
It says 1.5-1.6 V It will work on 1.5V at 2133Mhz?
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Yup. SB caps you out at 1866 if you're running 4 sticks, but since OP is on Ivy gogogogogogo

What? I've never heard this

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It should work no problem at 1.5V @2133MHz with the default timings. You should be able to tighten up the timings to 10-10-11-27 or even 9-10-10-27 if you raise the voltage up to 1.6-1.65V.
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What? I've never heard this

http://valid.canardpc.com/2764241

I can get a valid CPU-Z too but it does not hold up at all in Prime, IBT, or SuperPi. If your settings are truly stable congrats on the nice OC!thumb.gif Maybe my data is outdated but I don't think too many people in the Samsung 30nm ram group got 16GB to run above 1866 stable on SB. All the recent talk is with people on Ivy + Z77 chipsets so you might have to look a bit further back for 16GB SB related posts. I'm not saying it's impossible, but at the time it definitely seemed like 2133 16gb stable was more the exception than the norm. TeamAU's testing at the time could not yield fully stable 2133 either. There are so many variables when it comes to OC though, silicon lottery, bios, how each cpu/mobo/ram combinations like each other, etc.
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I can get a valid CPU-Z too but it does not hold up at all in Prime, IBT, or SuperPi. If your settings are truly stable congrats on the nice OC!thumb.gif Maybe my data is outdated but I don't think too many people in the Samsung 30nm ram group got 16GB to run above 1866 stable on SB. All the recent talk is with people on Ivy + Z77 chipsets so you might have to look a bit further back for 16GB SB related posts. I'm not saying it's impossible, but at the time it definitely seemed like 2133 16gb stable was more the exception than the norm. TeamAU's testing at the time could not yield fully stable 2133 either. There are so many variables when it comes to OC though, silicon lottery, bios, how each cpu/mobo/ram combinations like each other, etc.

To be honest I've never really paid much attention to SB in terms of memory performance because the chips are rather boring. Probably why I've never heard of it. Funny you mention Team.Au because I won these sticks I have from youngpro in a overclocking contest biggrin.gif They are G.Skill TridentX rated for 2400 so that might also play a part in why getting 16gb 2133 was easy for me. Must be a strong IMC on this chip too.
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To be honest I've never really paid much attention to SB in terms of memory performance because the chips are rather boring. Probably why I've never heard of it. Funny you mention Team.Au because I won these sticks I have from youngpro in a overclocking contest biggrin.gif They are G.Skill TridentX rated for 2400 so that might also play a part in why getting 16gb 2133 was easy for me. Must be a strong IMC on this chip too.

The memory type & board do make a difference for sandy bridge, like with hypers, good luck getting them to run tight timings on any board but the mIVe.
Even with z77 trying to get 4 x 4Gb of the samsung green ram going at 2133 can be rough, where with better memory kits they just boot right up & are easy to stabilize with good timings.
The weak IMC on sandy just made everything a bit more difficult, don't think I ever even tried 4 dimms.
    
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