Originally Posted by Imprezzion
Just put the memory multiplier on 1866Mhz and see if they run stable. If not, more voltage or loosen timings.
And loosen means HIGHER numbers and tighten means LOWER numbers.
So I have 1866MHz 9-9-9--24 and set them to 2133 9-10-9-27 --> so it's looser... (same voltage tho...)
And if they are 1.5V you can go to 1.65V with no problems. I would not go higher than 1.65V
That said, you WILL NOT see any improvement between 1600-1866-2133-2400-etc... for gaming... Only if you run a benchmark or Super Pi or something it will show you it's faster... but in real life you won't feel a thing
That's because of the i3/5/7 technology... (easy saying)
If you want more fps in games, buy better graphics card.
1333MHz --> 1600MHz is an increase in FPS (5-10fps)
1600-1866 = just another 3fps or so
1866 and above is no gain at all...Edited by ASUSfreak - 10/17/13 at 9:07am