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Corsair Vengeance LP 2133 max overclock?

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Hello,

I have Corsair Vengeance LP CML8GX3M2A1600C9 memory and i overclocked it stable to 2133mhz, my timings are 10-12-11-31

My question is now, are these timings good? And can i go higher than 2133? Because my system crashes when i try to go higher. My memory has 1.65 voltage.



Edited by misterD - 5/28/13 at 8:19am
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You never know for sure where they are going to stop since Corsair have used so many different ICs on 1600C9 rated sticks.
Could you tell us the version of yours? (written on stickers that are on modules)
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Originally Posted by Sam OCX View Post

You never know for sure where they are going to stop since Corsair have used so many different ICs on 1600C9 rated sticks.
Could you tell us the version of yours? (written on stickers that are on modules)

Thank you for answering. I made a picture of the backside. Hope this helps

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You won't get any higher than DDR3-2133 with your 2600K since there are no higher memory multipliers available and BCLK overclocking will gain very little in RAM frequency.
ver3.24 should be 4Gbit Micron. Given experience with Crucial's recent 8Gb modules (which I reckon share the same ICs) it's best to try running these with 'flat' primary timings, e.g. 10-10-10, 9-9-9 and so on.
Micron's recent ICs are known to vary in quality a lot, so I guess it's trial and error for you from here on until you reach the lowest stable timings.
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