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I think that identical kits may have different secondary/tertiary timings, but be rated at the same primary timings and speed. Usually the memory training in the bios will default to one that can work with both kits.

any affect on oc'ing if i just want to bump frequency a couple hundred mhz and/or tighten primary timings slightly?
    
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I have never had issues. I currently have two 2133 kits running at 2400 still at the same timings. But, once you push outside factory specs, nothing is a garantee.
 
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any affect on oc'ing if i just want to bump frequency a couple hundred mhz and/or tighten primary timings slightly?

If you get identical kits it shouldn't. I remember buying 2 kits like this for the x79 and the same gskill 2400mhz kit (I'm not 100%, but I believe the same part number) came in either single sided or double sided. They supposedly clock differently, but luckily I got the same types.

If you want a sure thing match up, you have to buy a matched kit. If you buy 2 kits that are the same, you *most likely* will be fine, but if things go wrong even the memory company will probably tell you that you should have bought a matched kit. As to whether they will run the same with OC and timings, you'll always be restricted to the lowest performing of all the sticks to be stable. Thats with all memory kits, even matched ones. When all running together, you can only OC to the weakest link without errors.
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If you get identical kits it shouldn't. I remember buying 2 kits like this for the x79 and the same gskill 2400mhz kit (I'm not 100%, but I believe the same part number) came in either single sided or double sided. They supposedly clock differently, but luckily I got the same types.

If you want a sure thing match up, you have to buy a matched kit. If you buy 2 kits that are the same, you *most likely* will be fine, but if things go wrong even the memory company will probably tell you that you should have bought a matched kit. As to whether they will run the same with OC and timings, you'll always be restricted to the lowest performing of all the sticks to be stable. Thats with all memory kits, even matched ones. When all running together, you can only OC to the weakest link without errors.

yeah i know i'll be restricted by the lowest performing stick, lets just hope i win the lottery and they all perform great. Tbh, i could i'd be pretty happy running this ram at stock timings and freq if thats all it'll do. Either way, it'll be a hell of a lot better than this cheap corsair lpx ram that struggles to run at its rated speeds. I'll find out if non matching kits were worth it in a few days when they arrive.
    
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had some weirdness with getting this ram to boot up. Mobo kept spitting out error 55 codes and boot looping after installing. Put old ram in, made sure to set all defaults in bios, put new ram in, error 55 and bootloops again. Pulled 2 sticks of ram, booted up perfect. Went into bios, set voltage and timings manually to rated speeds. Added some vccio and sa voltage for safety. Saved it, popped other 2 sticks in and everything works now. The ram i got even has consecutive serial numbers despite being two separate kits. Testing for stability now before i start oc'ing.

Heatsinks on this ram are so pretty, kinda feel bad that i'm going to be tearing them off in a few weeks for a heatsinks compatible with a ram block.
    
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anyone know the max safe voltage on this ram for 24/7 use? It seems some sources say up to 1.5v on good ram like this acceptable others seem to think anything over 1.4v is bad for daily use.
    
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1.50V is perfectly fine thumb.gif

high Voltage isn't bad, high excess voltage or over heating due to high Voltage is bad..

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