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Hello,

I am very new to this and been doing a lot of reading and ran this test well I used MaxxMEM2. I am not sure if that is what you guys are using now but here are my results. Could someone please tell me if they are good or if I should work on my timings.

You should be able to reduce timings to 7-9-7-24 or so.
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You should be able to reduce timings to 7-9-7-24 or so.
the timings I used were what the XMP profile put in and it on the dimms, if I do change the timings will it affect having my voltages for the CPU on auto? meaning will I have to manually set them again?

I like the option of leaving them on AUTO
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the timings I used were what the XMP profile put in and it on the dimms, if I do change the timings will it affect having my voltages for the CPU on auto? meaning will I have to manually set them again?

I like the option of leaving them on AUTO
I don't know if xmp is as bad on 1156 is as bad as it is on 1366, but if it is your qpi/vtt may be way overvolted on auto. I know on my rig xmp will set the voltage a full 100mV higher than what I needed.
But tightening the timings may or may not need more voltage, depends on the system. You would have to try it & see.
    
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ok so I attempted setting the timings at 7-9-7-24 and the PC would not POST. Could this be due to leaving the voltages on AUTO?

if I change the timings maybe I need to manually set the voltages?

is there a general information thread that just has to do with setting the timings?

I guess I assumed it should be set to what G.Skill suggests.

my Vcore is pretty stable at 1.375 and with Auto it will jump up to 1.4v while running a benchmarks while monitoring CPU-Z.

What should be a good starting VTT/IMC with 1.375 Vcore? on AUTO it is running 1.3515 currently.

Also I notice a lot of people only running at 2000Mhz or slower is this to keep the timing tighter? maybe I should be trying for a slower frequency but tighter?

Another assumption was that 2133Mhz is faster so it should be better.
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ok so I attempted setting the timings at 7-9-7-24 and the PC would not POST. Could this be due to leaving the voltages on AUTO?

if I change the timings maybe I need to manually set the voltages?

is there a general information thread that just has to do with setting the timings?

I guess I assumed it should be set to what G.Skill suggests.

my Vcore is pretty stable at 1.375 and with Auto it will jump up to 1.4v while running a benchmarks while monitoring CPU-Z.

What should be a good starting VTT/IMC with 1.375 Vcore? on AUTO it is running 1.3515 currently.

Also I notice a lot of people only running at 2000Mhz or slower is this to keep the timing tighter? maybe I should be trying for a slower frequency but tighter?

Another assumption was that 2133Mhz is faster so it should be better.
What is your vDIMM at? 1.35v VTT on a Lynnfield processor should be enough for what you're running.

2000MHz is easier to stabilize than 2133MHz, especially since these processors have an integrated memory controller. Slower frequency with tighter timings works too.

I recommend you slowly overclock to your settings in order to have a better optimized system. Auto settings usually ridiculously overvolt your processor.
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Here is my latest ram... stable at 1974ghz at 9-11-9-23 1T
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Here is my latest ram... stable at 1974ghz at 9-11-9-23 1T
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just run 4x2gb and did not test 1 kit which can stable @cl7
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