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Yeah.Thats why I prefer to run at 1600Mhz with C7.
You have the advantage of a Black Edition processor and DDR3 RAM. He may have to set the CPU multiplier to 12.5X and raise his HT clock frequency in order to optimize the performance of his DDR2.
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If you wish to run your DDR2 frequency at 1425 MHz or more, please release the RAM timings to 8-8-8-24 at best. However, you may need to boost the DDR2 voltage significantly.
Oke thanks for telling, running at 4Ghz atm. But still need to tweak alot. Timings are on auto so i need to loosen them up. Memory is at 2.2v atm, still in the safe zone. Only thing is i got 2 kits, 2x 2gb and 2x 1gb. The 2x 1gb kit says max voltage is 2.1v and the 2x 2gb says 2.2v. Is it safe to run the 2gb kit on 2.2v also?

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Oke thanks for telling, running at 4Ghz atm. But still need to tweak alot. Timings are on auto so i need to loosen them up. Memory is at 2.2v atm, still in the safe zone. Only thing is i got 2 kits, 2x 2gb and 2x 1gb. The 2x 1gb kit says max voltage is 2.1v and the 2x 2gb says 2.2v. Is it safe to run the 2gb kit on 2.2v also?

If I remember correctly, the DDR2 Reaper modules could be safely overvolted to 2.3 V. The stock voltage on all modules should be 2.1 V. Do you have the part numbers?

Hardware Arena (Turkey)
Added on: 2008-04-01
"First of all , the heatpipe cooler is very effective. Modules weren't hot at 2.35V which quite high for daily use. We have reached 1130 MHz at 5-5-5 with 2.35. Afterwards we have increased the voltage up to 2.55 for extreme tests and finished Super PI at 4-4-4 1200MHz and 5-5-5 1400 MHz. This was just to test the limits of the memory and we didn't expect this much, it's was awesome! We'll recommend Reaper kit to anyone who really wants to overclock your system to the limits and searching for the best DDR2 Kit in the market."

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Added on: 2008-03-19
"Thanks to OCZ's very functional Heat Pipe Conduit system, the Reaper HPC PC2-8500 kit keeps nice and cool. The heat spreaders made excellent contact and the heatpipe fits into a machined groove for optimal contact. The HPC system coupled with black PCB make the Reaper HPC an awesome looking kit as well. This kit is also EPP enabled to provide quick setup for those with supporting hardware.When it comes to overclocking, OCZ delivers. Able to clock to 1220MHz with only 2.3V, or a very impressive PC2-9600 (1200MHz) with only 2.2V. Not many kits can break the 1200MHz barrier. It is a very high quality kit, though and you get what you pay for in this instance. Put simply, it is a great high quality kit with plenty of tweaking potential."

PC Lab (Poland)
Added on: 2007-08-01
?Reapers performed much over our expectations. Without raising the voltage we forced them to run at 1260MHz (2.3V). After raising the voltage to 2.4V we reached 1340MHz (5-5-5-15). System started up even with higher settings ? over 1400MHz, but we weren?t able to make it stable. After all ? stable 1340MHz is a perfect result, which makes OCZ Reaper DDR2 memory elite.?

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Added on: 2007-07-02
"Thanks to the HPC Technology that effectively cools off the modules, OCZ Reaper PC2-8500 managed to hit clock speed of 1305MHz which is a first in our labs. That?s PC2-10440 with 5-5-5-15 timings at only 2.4V. At the moment, it?s one of the best modules for the overclocker providing highest frequencies or tight timings at low voltages. Definitely recommended.?
Edited by Headless Fansprings - 8/13/10 at 8:21am
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If I remember correctly, the DDR2 Reaper modules could be safely overvolted to 2.3 V. The stock voltage on all modules should be 2.1 V. Do you have the part numbers?
Part number 2gb kit : OCZ2RPR10662GK (2.1v on the label)
Part number 4gb kit : OCZ2RPR10664GK (2.2v on the label)
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Hey guys.I'd like to join the club I just ordered my PhII 1055T 95W TDP and it should be here Monday or Tuesday.Can't wait to play with this little chip....heard that it can reach 3.8Ghz with 1.28v and 3.8+ on 1.30v to 1.40v.
Where did you buy your 1055t 95w?
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Part number 2gb kit : OCZ2RPR10662GK (2.1v on the label)
Part number 4gb kit : OCZ2RPR10664GK (2.2v on the label)
This difference in voltage is due to slightly different timings. 2.3 V is a safe voltage. Beyond that, you risk overheating the modules without additional cooling.
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I would be very worried if an H50 failed to cool your CPU to max temps at on below 57 C. When installed correctly, temperatures should be closer to 50 C. To begin, set the HT clock to 280 and lower the Vcore as much as possibile without inducing instability. You either crossed the thermal threshold of your CPU or have installed the H50 incorrectly as it seems to be behaving like a stock cooler at best.
I set ht clock to 287 (Doesnt allow me to do 280.. unless you mean 2870?)

I've been messing with voltages but it seems prime 95 will either crash from heat, or from not enough voltage.. I can get it at 58, but then it crashes from low voltage. I may have been a bit liberal with the arctic silver when I installed my h-50, but still its reaching 70 celsius and crashing at voltages that should be about right. is there anything else I need to change? or should I go remount my h-50
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I set ht clock to 287 (Doesnt allow me to do 280.. unless you mean 2870?)

I've been messing with voltages but it seems prime 95 will either crash from heat, or from not enough voltage.. I can get it at 58, but then it crashes from low voltage. I may have been a bit liberal with the arctic silver when I installed my h-50, but still its reaching 70 celsius and crashing at voltages that should be about right. is there anything else I need to change? or should I go remount my h-50
What I am suggesting is that you lower your CPU frequency to a value that can be attained by most decent aftermarket coolers. 3920 MHz with your setup should prime at very reasonable temperatures. If it does not, then certainly remount your cooler.
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@ Headless Fansprings - what I mean is, at full load Windows says its only 2.8ghz. CPU-Z correctly reads it at 3.5ghz. Just wanted to know if its expected Windows behaviour to display its stock speed when overclocked and C&Q is enabled? Like I said before, when C&Q is disabled, Windows shows it as 3.5ghz.
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Where did you buy your 1055t 95w?
http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/AMD-P...000MHz-95W-OEM

Hurry up while they still have some available.I've also been told that they'll offer them separately for a short period,after that bundle only.
Edited by M@st3r - 8/13/10 at 9:19am
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