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post #11 of 66
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Originally Posted by The Duke
Do try 2.85 to 2.9v it can take it just fine.
More sticks will want more voltage.
you can only try more volts but ive been right through from 2.5 - 3.2 and made o difference, i think if they just arent matched it makes it hard to get it working properly- which it probably never will.
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post #12 of 66
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Originally Posted by amped
What's the command rate?
Every motherboard on the market overrides this when using 4 DIMMS. Only exception to the rule is the new DFI Ati chipset mb.
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post #13 of 66
What are you timings?
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Do this, drop your HTT to 3, and you'll be good to go.
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post #15 of 66
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Do this, drop your HTT to 3, and you'll be good to go.
why would that make a difference for splatoon to do that?
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post #16 of 66
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why would that make a difference for splatoon to do that?
You are supposed to do that anyways when overclocking. Running the HTT over 1,000 always results in instability.
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post #17 of 66
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You are supposed to do that anyways when overclocking. Running the HTT over 1,000 always results in instability.
pretty sure that isnt his problem, its the ram thats not happy at the moment. trying to get 4 sticks running properly is a bit fiddly.......
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post #18 of 66
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i run 4 sticks of 512 and its 2t timing and have hassles over about 190 mhz no matter what timings i run.so u arent doing too bad, ive realised that 1 of my sticks has different timings to the other 3, go to cpu z and see if they all match in timings under the SPD tab and see how it looks....
thats what I said on top earlier two sticks are at ddr400 and 2 are at ddr600 under the spd tab .. is that bad?
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post #19 of 66
Both sets of ram is differant so you will have to relax the timmings to compensate for the differance. keep your htt set on or below 1000.
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post #20 of 66
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pretty sure that isnt his problem, its the ram thats not happy at the moment. trying to get 4 sticks running properly is a bit fiddly.......
I know, and I agree, but the above person asked why someone should turn down the HTT, and I was just explaining.
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