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Ok so I've just oc my CPU to 4.6ghz using manual voltageand turbo ration. I use xmppprofile does that automatically oc your memory seven oc your CPU? In bios my memory is at 1600mhz but I think it used to be 1333mhz what about the timings etc
I have a Asus mobo
post #2 of 46
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Anyone???
post #3 of 46
We need more specific information to be able to help you.

What ram do you have exactly?

are you looking to OC the ram, or just keep it stock to get more out of cpu first?
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Originally Posted by Xinoxide View Post

We need more specific information to be able to help you.

What ram do you have exactly?

are you looking to OC the ram, or just keep it stock to get more out of cpu first?
Sorry yes of course.. Ok I've 2 x 4 gb corsair vengence and want to oc the ram to max as possible. Thanks mate
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We need more specific information to be able to help you.

What ram do you have exactly?

are you looking to OC the ram, or just keep it stock to get more out of cpu first?

There's quite a few different flavors of Corsair Vengeance.

Can you give us the model number off the sticker on the ram or something?

Here are all 19 kits of 2x4GB vengeance sold on Newegg.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&N=100007611%20600006069&IsNodeId=1&Description=corsair%20vengeance&name=8GB%20%282%20x%204GB%29&Order=BESTMATCH
Edited by Xinoxide - 4/18/13 at 5:39am
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There's quite a few different flavors of Corsair Vengeance.

Can you give us the model number off the sticker on the ram or something?
CML8GX3M2B1600C11 -8GB (2x4GB) Corsair DDR3 Vengeance Low Profile Jet Black PC3-12800 (1600MHz), Non-ECC, Unbuffered, CAS 11-11-11-30, 1.5V
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Originally Posted by Xinoxide View Post

There's quite a few different flavors of Corsair Vengeance.

Can you give us the model number off the sticker on the ram or something?
CML8GX3M2B1600C11 -8GB (2x4GB) Corsair DDR3 Vengeance Low Profile Jet Black PC3-12800 (1600MHz), Non-ECC, Unbuffered, CAS 11-11-11-30, 1.5V
post #8 of 46
I cant really find any kind of info where someone has shared their findings with this kit.

I suggest you start bumping the clockspeed until it crashes, and then trying to add voltage and see what you come up with on your own.

Just turn up the memory multiplier in bios and stress with prime95 and 90~% memory usage after every bump to see if its working okay.
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Originally Posted by Xinoxide View Post

I cant really find any kind of info where someone has shared their findings with this kit.

I suggest you start bumping the clockspeed until it crashes, and then trying to add voltage and see what you come up with on your own.

Just turn up the memory multiplier in bios and stress with prime95 and 90~% memory usage after every bump to see if its working okay.
The current voltage is set to 1.5v what's the maximum I should go? How do I keep an eye on ram temp etc
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Originally Posted by Xinoxide View Post

I cant really find any kind of info where someone has shared their findings with this kit.

I suggest you start bumping the clockspeed until it crashes, and then trying to add voltage and see what you come up with on your own.

Just turn up the memory multiplier in bios and stress with prime95 and 90~% memory usage after every bump to see if its working okay.

The current voltage is set to 1.5v what's the maximum I should go? How do I keep an eye on ram temp etc

tbh, I have never seen memory limited much by heat.

I would say just to keep the memory voltage under 1.65 to keep them safe. A little over probably wont hurt them.

My sticks are 1.35 stock and I have taken them as high as 1.9 just for giggles.

go as high as you can without going over 1.65, if you get the hang of the process you can take it further to see what you can get.

Until you are comfortable I would stick to 1.65 max.

That doesn't mean go set 1.65 and start trying multipliers, that's backwards.
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