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ok i got my other stick of ram today, i'm running in dual channel right now. its much faster, i gained over 1000mb/s in write and read benchmarks. now i would like to optimize it as much as possible right now i'm running 5,5,5,12 whats do you think i should go too? its running +.1V on the vdimm and fsb is 460. the ram is this one http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231088
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2.2v And 4-5-4-12 at current speeds should work.
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so 2.2 is what +.2 or +.3 because the one thing i hate about gigabyte is that they don't give you the voltages just how much your adding.

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ok just tried it it would not boot, it would get to the windows welcome screen and restart. i got it to boot with 5,5,5,12 and +.2v i'll test for stability right now and go from there.
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i have been testing my new stick using memtest and i keep getting an error, what do you think? could it be that it needs more volts? its running 5,5,5,15 +.2 Vdimm.

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