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I've got myself the Patriot Viper 3 2x4GB RAM, rated for 1866Mhz 9-10-9-27. However, BIOS states it is running at at 1600Mhz 9-9-9-24. How can I get my RAM to run at its rated speeds?

Motherboard is a Gigabyte 970A-UD3, CPU is the FX-4170, which is supposed to run 1866Mhz natively.

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I've got myself the Patriot Viper 3 2x4GB RAM, rated for 1866Mhz 9-10-9-27. However, BIOS states it is running at at 1600Mhz 9-9-9-24. How can I get my RAM to run at its rated speeds?

Motherboard is a Gigabyte 970A-UD3, CPU is the FX-4170, which is supposed to run 1866Mhz natively.

Thanks

It looks to me like you have to set it manually even though it's supposed to be able to support 1866 natively.
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It looks to me like you have to set it manually even though it's supposed to be able to support 1866 natively.

Alright, is it as simple as simply changing the speed to 1866Mhz and the timings to 9-10-9-27? Or do I have to tweak voltages and so on? I have no experience in this field, I'm afraid of damaging my computer.
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Alright, is it as simple as simply changing the speed to 1866Mhz and the timings to 9-10-9-27? Or do I have to tweak voltages and so on? I have no experience in this field, I'm afraid of damaging my computer.

Nah, it's almost always as simple as changing the clock and timings. The only time making other changes should become necessary is when overclocking. You'll be setting the memory to its stock speed and timings, so as long as the voltage is set correctly, it should work.
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Nah, it's almost always as simple as changing the clock and timings. The only time making other changes should become necessary is when overclocking. You'll be setting the memory to its stock speed and timings, so as long as the voltage is set correctly, it should work.

Alright thanks, I'll manually adjust the speed and timings to the rated setting via BIOS. Probably also will run a LinX test to make sure all is good (as recommended by NCIX).
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Hi again mate,

Had a few goes at it. Had to clear CMOS first time as the system wouldn't boot, second time system stated booting failed because of overclocking error. Third time did the following and it worked:

1) Set to 1866Mhz
2) Reset voltage to "Auto"
3) Go into RAM timings. Starting from CAS latency label, changed the numbers 9, 10, 9 and 27 below each other.
4) Left all other settings below as they were.

Anything I'm missing?
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Hi again mate,

Had a few goes at it. Had to clear CMOS first time as the system wouldn't boot, second time system stated booting failed because of overclocking error. Third time did the following and it worked:

1) Set to 1866Mhz
2) Reset voltage to "Auto"
3) Go into RAM timings. Starting from CAS latency label, changed the numbers 9, 10, 9 and 27 below each other.
4) Left all other settings below as they were.

Anything I'm missing?

Nope, and y'know, I think setting the voltage to Auto may be what made it work! Usually, it's good to set the stock voltage manually, but not always!

I'm glad you got it working.
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