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thanks dude now i wanna ask is that my cpu has reached 4.0 ghz so when i install the RAM i should switch VTT/QPI volt to 1.4 and then try RAM and slightly move down the volts till iam unstable?

also if i lower my OC would i be able to get better RAM OC?

EDIT: just forgot which is the best software in windows to test the OC on my RAM is stable?

i will do 100 passses of LINX with full RAM included,Prime 95 low FFT and blend for 12 hrs or so maybe more so any other software to test RAM OC??
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Thinking about finally upgrading to 8GB...

My 4GB Mushkin (4x1GB) has served me very well since Nov. 2007 and I plan to get two of the Blackline 996599 DDR2 1066 kits. Any known problems with these running at 1066 on a 680i board? My board overvolts by about 0.05v so I plan to set the BIOS to 2.05 to run these initially. What are the recommended settings for these sticks besides the 5/5/5/15 & 2.1v ?
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thanks dude now i wanna ask is that my cpu has reached 4.0 ghz so when i install the RAM i should switch VTT/QPI volt to 1.4 and then try RAM and slightly move down the volts till iam unstable?

also if i lower my OC would i be able to get better RAM OC?

EDIT: just forgot which is the best software in windows to test the OC on my RAM is stable?

i will do 100 passses of LINX with full RAM included,Prime 95 low FFT and blend for 12 hrs or so maybe more so any other software to test RAM OC??
You could do it that way, or you could set your CPU to default and then see how high you can push the ram at 6-8-6-24 1T

You may be able to get a better memory overclock if you lower the CPU overclock, but not likely. Above DDR3-1800 starts to take a lot of CPU VTT to keep the Uncore stable and IMO it's not worth it.
Besides that I would never give up CPU MHz to gain memory MHz.

I use HCI MemTest and OCCT for stability testing, if I can pass HCI to 300% - 400% and a couple of hours of OCCT (large data set) I call it a day and start having fun.

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Thinking about finally upgrading to 8GB...

My 4GB Mushkin (4x1GB) has served me very well since Nov. 2007 and I plan to get two of the Blackline 996599 DDR2 1066 kits. Any known problems with these running at 1066 on a 680i board? My board overvolts by about 0.05v so I plan to set the BIOS to 2.05 to run these initially. What are the recommended settings for these sticks besides the 5/5/5/15 & 2.1v ?
Sometimes you need to reduce the memory frequency to DDR2-800 to get 8GB stable, but generally you can tighten up the timings to 4-4-4-12 to make up for the loss of frequency.

What mobo do you have is it a Striker or the P5N series?
post #144 of 486
thanks dude for the help ill contact u if i have any problems
    
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Need help with a set of RAM. Here's my thread
http://www.overclock.net/intel-memor...l#post10170343
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Is Mushkin going to come out with any Redline CAS6 or 7-7-7-20 2000MHz in a Frostbyte or Ascent style anytime soon?

It seems to me that the current 2000MHz ram Mushkin offers is not what I would call on the fast side, but then again, I am not a memory design engineer!

Performance wise what is the real difference between the Blackline, Redline and Ridgeback? I know that at one point in thime the Redline was the best.

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Would these:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820226132
Be good for an i3 setup? And can you overclock the timings to 8-8-8-27 @ 2000mhz? The 10 stock timings is scaring me.

Or should I go with this? http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820226123
    
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Is Mushkin going to come out with any Redline CAS6 or 7-7-7-20 2000MHz in a Frostbyte or Ascent style anytime soon?

It seems to me that the current 2000MHz ram Mushkin offers is not what I would call on the fast side, but then again, I am not a memory design engineer!

Performance wise what is the real difference between the Blackline, Redline and Ridgeback? I know that at one point in thime the Redline was the best.

Rod
No there will not be anymore Ascents, the current boards have the memory slot spacing too tight for a heat spreader like the Ascents. 7-7-7-20 @ DDR3-2000 would be awesome, but there are no ICs currently available that can do that.

The Redlines are still the top offering, but they do overlap with the Ridgebacks.

You have a kit of 998691, why don't you just overclock that kit? They should be able to do DDR3-2000.

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Would these:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820226132
Be good for an i3 setup? And can you overclock the timings to 8-8-8-27 @ 2000mhz? The 10 stock timings is scaring me.

Or should I go with this? http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820226123
Either one of those kits will work great with an i3, you may be able to get the 996902 kit to 7-9-8-27 @ DDR3-2000.

The 996826 kit should clock to about DDR3-1700 at 6-8-6.
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Do ridgeback series fit under D14?

996902

And performance wise, will these do better over redlines (1600mhz) for amd system?
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post #150 of 486
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Do ridgeback series fit under D14?

996902

And performance wise, will these do better over redlines (1600mhz) for amd system?
Not sure if the Ridgbacks will fit under the D12, measurements for the Ridgebacks is here

I thought you had already purchased the 996829s which are the same as the Ridgebacks you are looking at, just a different heat spreader.

For AMD I still like the Redlines(996804) better
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