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I'm currently running mine 3-4-4-8 1T 2.7v at 265Mhz memtest and prime95 (something like 17 hours) stable.

I did a quick memtest test 8 stability check at 270 with the same settings but didn't let it go long enough to know for sure
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That in the bios? I seem to remember there was a program for it but forgot the name...
Yes in the bios lol but there is a program thatll change it in windows its caled A64 Tweaker but when you restart the setting revert back
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good to hear that
well im sure i will have a fun time playing with them tomorrow then
Sounds Good mate..Hope you have Fun..It has to be said I swear Like 30 Percent of our Members have that RAM lol.
post #14 of 21
10x280 3-4-4-8 timings 2.7v...Im wondering if i could get 2.5-4-3-8 and still stay at 280...I doubt it though.
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Mine don't like to play nice :
250MHz 3-4-4-8 1T
260MHz 3-5-5-10 1T
241MHz 3-4-3-6 1T (currently)
265MHz 3-4-4-8 2T (MAX)

Increasing voltages doesn't help; they like 2.6V. Seems like the latest batch of sticks (the ones with SPD timmings of 250MHz @ 3-5-5-10) don't do as well as earlier revisions (SPD 250MHz 3-4-4-5). There was a rather long thread on DFI Street about these particular sticks; some had excellent results (as high as 290MHz) and others had not so pleasant things to say (even had difficulties to get to POST). Mind you that this is with a DFI motherboard so you may have a different experience. However, they do as advertised (250MHz 3-4-4-8).
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Melcar
Mine don't like to play nice :
250MHz 3-4-4-8 1T
260MHz 3-5-5-10 1T
241MHz 3-4-3-6 1T (currently)
265MHz 3-4-4-8 2T (MAX)

Increasing voltages doesn't help; they like 2.6V. Seems like the latest batch of sticks (the ones with SPD timmings of 250MHz @ 3-5-5-10) don't do as well as earlier revisions (SPD 250MHz 3-4-4-5). There was a rather long thread on DFI Street about these particular sticks; some had excellent results (as high as 290MHz) and others had not so pleasant things to say (even had difficulties to get to POST). Mind you that this is with a DFI motherboard so you may have a different experience. However, they do as advertised (250MHz 3-4-4-8).
i have the newer revision with the 3-5-5-10 timings (shows in cpu-z) and i have no problem running 275 @ 3-4-4-8
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post #17 of 21
Same with Melcar mine aren't playing ncie either

Can only go to 245MHz since 1 stick only maxes at that speed and the other maxes around 259MHz.

I know I can send them back but I am interested in knowing if Newegg got a new shipment in and want to see how well they are before I send mine back and get a set from that batch.

I haven't had time to send them back mainly because I need this comp up and running but I might do it soon, actually I might get everything started tomorrow for a RMA
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post #18 of 21
Currently:

250, 3-4-4-8-1T @ 2.7v

During testing (dropping multi):

275, 3-4-4-10-1T @ 2.7v

I have the new 3-5-5-10 sticks and they behave nicely for me. This is with both 2GB sets I have.
post #19 of 21
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i have the newer revision with the 3-5-5-10 timings (shows in cpu-z) and i have no problem running 275 @ 3-4-4-8
Lucky. As with all other hardware, getting a good set of RAM is hit and miss. You may get a pair that is God's gift to oveclockers or you may get ones that don't overclock at all. When I buy hardware I do it for what they are, anything I get from overclocking is a nice plus. These sticks do what they are supposed to do, so I'm not mad.
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yea... funny thing, my corsair XMS is actually bottlenecked by my processor. well, sort of. i dont want my proc running too hot, so im waiting till i get water cooling and then i'll overclock some more.
my ram is running at 2.71V (2.75V is stock) ddr512 (ddr433 is stock) 3-3-2-5 (2-3-2-6 is stock)
the fact that im not even at stock voltage yet tells me its very overclockable.
once i get better cpu cooling (Tt Big Water 745 to be specific) i'll be able to turn up the fsb even higher
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