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Originally Posted by Crazy9000 View Post

You just bump up the multiplier to get the RAM frequency at or near 3000mhz, you don't have to change the CPU frequency.

Yea but the cpu has to handle that multiplier doesnt it. Eh im a bit out of sorts right now mentally and im probably forgetting somethings. I'll research on my own tomorrow to see what i find haha. Prob forgetting something somewhere lol.
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Is your cpu overclocked, its been a while for me but if im correct the cpu still regulates memory speeds and only supports 2133 officially and anything over is technically a overclock. After a point it may need a cpu overclock to hold the memory stable at that frequency, i know on my asus board when i enable xmp it asks me if i want to let the board overclock itself to hold the memory stable or just run it stock. each board is different so i dont know the workings on the bios but thats what my board did / asked me.

The CPU is stock but I have a Corsair H60 AIO cooler because I want to bump it up to 4.0. I have to fina a tutorial on overclocking Skylake on my particular motherboard but I'm pretty sure I just bump the multiplier to 40 and I'm done. I don't know what other settings I have to tinker with on the board. I'm new to Skylake, like I said, and my only experience overclocking is on an FX 8350. I would like to bring up my 6600k to 4.0 at least, probably not much more than that.
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I know in my board i had to run newest bios to get my ram just to run at it stock speed 3000mhz i have it oc now Gigabites bois sucks sometimes
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The CPU is stock but I have a Corsair H60 AIO cooler because I want to bump it up to 4.0. I have to fina a tutorial on overclocking Skylake on my particular motherboard but I'm pretty sure I just bump the multiplier to 40 and I'm done. I don't know what other settings I have to tinker with on the board. I'm new to Skylake, like I said, and my only experience overclocking is on an FX 8350. I would like to bring up my 6600k to 4.0 at least, probably not much more than that.

Nice, im pretty sure you could hit 4.0 on near stock voltage tbh haha, thats a very simple overclock, most people go balls to the wall 4.5 or as close as they can get. 4.0 is very middle of the field. I say just pop the multiplier up to 40 and test it stock voltage see how it does, worst case scenario you have to raise it a tiny bit from stock voltage.
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Anything over 2133mhz is considered overclocking. You will have to boot to the bios and apply the XMP profile. I had the Gigabyte Gaming 7 board and it was a nightmare trying to get my 32GB 3000mhz G-Skill set to run at the rated 3000Mhz. It required a ton of flashing of different bios to find the one that could properly run the rated speeds.

I suggest getting the latest beta bios:

http://forums.tweaktown.com/gigabyte/28441-gigabyte-latest-beta-bios.html
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