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post #1451 of 5036
Hey guys, just joining this 1055T club cuz the processor is awesome! Now the journey to OC and keep it running stable!
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post #1452 of 5036
Ok I'll just keep the CPUNB at the 0.1v increase you've suggested, thanks for the explanation.

Well in that case then, what can I get away with? I've got a decent CPU cooler (I binned the stock cooler immediately, far too loud).

Also, regarding RAM, one of the two 2gb 1333mhz CL9 sticks I bought last week is faulty so I'm running with the good one at the moment. I'll be ordering some new RAM and returning these for a refund. I'm a bit disappointed with their performance (Windows Experience only gives it 5.5). I've spotted some 1333mhz CL7 RAM which is rated at 1.7v. Is this safe for my Mobo? The manual says 1.5v for RAM.

Thanks again, its been a great help.
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post #1453 of 5036
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Ok I'll just keep the CPUNB at the 0.1v increase you've suggested, thanks for the explanation.

Well in that case then, what can I get away with? I've got a decent CPU cooler (I binned the stock cooler immediately, far too loud).

Also, regarding RAM, one of the two 2gb 1333mhz CL9 sticks I bought last week is faulty so I'm running with the good one at the moment. I'll be ordering some new RAM and returning these for a refund. I'm a bit disappointed with their performance (Windows Experience only gives it 5.5). I've spotted some 1333mhz CL7 RAM which is rated at 1.7v. Is this safe for my Mobo? The manual says 1.5v for RAM.

Thanks again, its been a great help.
You can go as far as you stay under 60C under full load and under 1.5V for the CPU vCore (Voltage).

For the RAM, why you don't pick up something that is a little better? maybe a 1600MHz CL7 kit, be sure to look at your motherboard page for the RAM qualified vendor list to make sure that the RAM will work at advertised speed/timings on your board. 1.7V is safe, my RAM is rated 1.9V BTW.
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post #1454 of 5036
My mobo manual says it only supports up to 1333mhz so I'm assuming I can't use 1600mhz RAM?
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Which motherboard?
    
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post #1456 of 5036
Exactly...fill in your system specs in your profile.
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post #1457 of 5036
My mobo is a Gigabyte GA-MA78LMT-US2H Rev 1.3 (not the best I know...).

In the spec it says:

"Support for DDR3 1666(OC)/1333/1066 MHz memory modules".

I'm not sure why 'OC' is in brackets after 1666?
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post #1458 of 5036
Your motherboard does support 1600Mhz RAM, you just need to set it manually. The reason that is in brackets is because of three things:

*It probably wouldn't recognize 1600Mhz+ RAM when set to 'Auto'
*AMD only 'officially' supports 1333Mhz RAM with their integrated memory controllers
*Some DIMMS have requirements for certain speeds / settings

Just set the RAM up manually to near or at it's rated speeds and timings and you should be good to go.
    
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post #1459 of 5036
Many thanks for explaining. I'm learning stuff :-)

Will either of these suffice? Is one better than the other? :

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/180490

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/191178
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Either is fine but I suggest you look at the list provided with your motherboard so you know to buy something listed that has been tested 'compatible' with the board.

Neither will outperform one or the other except in overclocking one may yield better results. I don't suggest you overclock the RAM unless you know what you're doing.

The reason why people buy 1600Mhz RAM (or faster) is generally to help support a processor that does not have an unlocked multiplier. What this allows is the user to use the HTT (or fsb/base clock) at higher rates (250+) and enable the RAM to come close to it's RATED speed. It also allows you more multiplier to work with.

If you were to get 1333Mhz RAM and overlcock a 1055T, your RAM ratios would be limited. But if you got 1600Mhz RAM your ratios gain an extra multiplier to work with providing you with more options.
    
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