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I was just wondering if I should attempt to lower my latencies further
or if i should just push my fsb higher.
I figured i should push my tRC a bit lower if i can...

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I was wondering, are you not able to get anymore than 2.6Ghz out of your CPU and is this what you're trying to achieve? A higher CPU clock?

If it were me I would concentrate more on that than my RAM timings to begin with. You have a 680i, so unlink the RAM and set your timings/speed to stock and work on your CPU more.

I was able to get 3.6Ghz out of my old E6600 easily.
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neat. i've never used the unlinked option before... so i should just work on the clock rate then... should i lower my vcore? it's set to auto and i know it shouldn't be.

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alrighty so i set my bios vcore to 1.4000v because windows wouldn't boot w/o it set to that, but it ran cpu burn (two instances of it) for an hour while i was in class. i also upped my fsb to 1400 which gives me a 3.15GHz clock, and cpu-z says its running at 1.368v. seems like my vcore is still a bit high. i think the e6600 tops at 1.4 w/o voiding the warranty
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