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I was going to suggest these: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231427

Yes speed is better than CL on the SB it appears.

Mine are rated at 1600, but I've got 'em at 1866. I can only really tell in benchmarks or long rendering tho. I was hoping you'd get some P67 certified 1.5V sticks.
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My only point was he was having stability issues and I thought it was memory related. My opinion is in that case to get some 1.5V sticks and concentrate on getting the CPU to fold for 24 hours, then worry about the RAM OC.
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what's p67 certified really mean though? i thought that was just marketing speak

my current ripjaws have the exactly same voltage/speed/timings as those

i thought if i was gonna get new ram, i might as well get something that could be considered an upgrade


i'm still going to play with my current set some more before the new one arrives.... it's puzzling that it was folding in my X6 rig at 1.5v just fine but needs 1.65v w/ SB
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post #124 of 752
Well being Cas 9 2133 mhz sticks. They should run Cas 8 1866 mhz , or Cas 7 1600 mhz No problem.. They seem like a great kit, I wouldn't cancel..
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what's p67 certified really mean though? i thought that was just marketing speak

my current ripjaws have the exactly same voltage/speed/timings as those

i thought if i was gonna get new ram, i might as well get something that could be considered an upgrade
OK, I was just trying to help out. I know you were having trouble getting stable.

As to what P67 certified really means... I'm not sure either. Maybe it's that the DIMMs are tested at 1.5V at the stated timings. Just a guess.

Again, from my limited experience (2 diff mobos, 2 diff cpus, 2 diff RAM kits) it was easier to get stable when my RAM was as close to 1.5V as possible. YMMV. :-)
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yeah not gnna cancel, want to try it

even though they're rated 1.6v, 2133 @ 1.6v is still a lot nicer than 1600 1.65v w/ this set
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OK, I was just trying to help out. I know you were having trouble getting stable.

As to what P67 certified really means... I'm not sure either. Maybe it's that the DIMMs are tested at 1.5V at the stated timings. Just a guess.

Again, from my limited experience (2 diff mobos, 2 diff cpus, 2 diff RAM kits) it was easier to get stable when my RAM was as close to 1.5V as possible. YMMV. :-)
oh i know, and i appreciate it... it was an honest question, sorry if it sounded rhetorical

i'm actually very stable right now (been folding for 24hrs+) at 4.7ghz 1.38v load w/ LLC enabled (1.45v idle, 1.48v bios), except that my RAM is 1600 1.65v , hopefully the new set will allow 2133 1.6v and maybe i can bump cpu up to 4.8ghz 1.4v
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My Ripjaws weren't stable at 1.5v until I updated the BIOS... just saying.

Anyway, I got my 2600K. So far just set the offset voltage at 1.35 and put the turbo multi at 45, running like a dream while folding. Highest temp for a core so far has been 63 with my H50. I think I can get a lot out of this chip.
post #129 of 752
go higher

and yeah, my bios is up to date, i think (UEFI bios)
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go higher

and yeah, my bios is up to date, i think (UEFI bios)
Yup, 121 is the latest. So far 103 and 121 are performing the same as far as clocking goes. 121 has the new fancy mouse-capable interface and even more importantly... PROFILES !!!

There are links in post #1 of this thread if needed.
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