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Originally Posted by timisyourfriend View Post

There is a reason some RAM is more expensive than others. Manufacturers like G.Skill test certain RAM to be capable of extreme specs like DDR3-2400 CL9 vs. DDR3-1600 CL11 (standard). DDR3-1600 CL9 is what many people buy because it is slightly above standard and at a cheap price point.

I'm familiar with binning.
I once bought some memory from a "Boutique" memory house in Taiwan. The binned the ICs, built the memory, then binned the memory. 2 x 512mb - $400+. Got a HWbot world ranking from those sticks!

But I digress................

The northbridge suggestion is excellent, but, alas, I think lost on the OP.
I'm just not clear what you meant by "manually setting the JEDEC 800mhz timings for 2134 mhz".
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post #12 of 15
Thread Starter 
Thanks for each of you taking the time out to explain a few things.

I'll give those idea's a try and report back.

Btw timisyourfriend, I have A10-6800k APU.
post #13 of 15
Thread Starter 
billbartuska, I tried the values you noted, and the system was really unstable still. Would I continue to adjust those?

timisyourfriend, I'd like to try what you mentioned as well, I'm actually not sure I'm given the option to change CPU-NB Voltage. If you look at my above pictures of my BIOS, you'll see what I can change there. Perhaps it could be obvious or some place else though.


Thanks again guys.
post #14 of 15
There should be a page with several options to change voltage. The motherboard user's manual should have information about this.

Cheers
post #15 of 15
Thread Starter 
Only option MoBo manual mentions voltage is for DRAM. Guess I don't have this option available.
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