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Ram speed clocking question, no SPD in middle of range

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Hey guys, I am in the middle of some bus overclocking on my 1035T and my ram does not have a mid ground setting for reference


It is Team Vulcan 32GB 2133MHz (4x8gb)

CPU-Z shows PC3-10700, Team Group Inc. Vulcan-2133

They are week 28, year 13 set (all 4 from same kit)


I have the following listings in the SPD tab

533 (1066)

609 (1218?)

666 (1333)

1066 (2133)


These sticks clocked to 1600MHz at 9-9-9-24-31 at 1.5 volts on my asus crosshair v formula z and are 48hour memtest stable, and intel burn test stable for 250 runs at 4096MB


I was unable to stabilize at 2133 with manual settings as the max tRAS allowed to set is 30, when these sticks want 31. (bus overclock required beyond 1333, per this AM3 socket limitation programmed into BIOS, AM3+ cpus can access 2400MHz settings)



I currently am striving to find a stable setting for these around 1800 to 1900 MHz so I can continue with pushing this 1035T with its locked multi


I am wondering where I should begin with settings to enable finding this.


I am unfamiliar with what settings are directly connected (such as tRAS to tRC) and what settings are allowed to be set merely as what is stable (like CL)

I have a program called RAMMon that gets me SOME detailed info, but does not actually list the physical ram chips, which would be fantastic to have, as I could then look up the documentation and see what the limits were



On apiece of paper, I came up with a rough idea of 1866MHz needing a 10-10-10-28-38 timing set. I merely found halfway mark of 1600 and 2133 timings, and then added those to tRAS and got 38 for the tRC



I am pretty lost!!! thanks for any and all help

Sorry for the jumble of words lol. Im scatter brained at the moment, writing this between cleaning and organizing, and taking a small break


EDIT EDIT EDIT

I did forget to mention. I am currently at a 305MHz fsb, and ram is running at roughly 1626MHz with 9-9-9-24-31 1T clocks just fine with 1.51 volts, 24 hour memtest stable and intelburn test 100 runs of 2048MB stable (no time to run longer when I did it)
Edited by mattliston - 7/31/16 at 11:25am
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update

1.57v gets me 840/1680MHz capable stability with the still set 9-9-9-24-31-1t


how does a ram set of 10 - 10 - 10 - 28 - 36 - 1T sound? Im having trouble figuring out what I should shoot for on those last two settings when I dip into the 1700MHz range
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KeyboardPower
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