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post #631 of 752
Cool. Although this RAM isn't on the compatibility list, could I still use with no problems? It's the same as the RAM I have, just clocked at 1600. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231314
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post #632 of 752
Should be able to, it's more to do with the chips themselves than the actual model. I used about 5 different kits and they all went fantastically in that board.

2200mhz+ cas 7 on a 1600mhz ram kit, memtest stable
http://img18.imageshack.us/img18/3678/memtesti.png

It's got pretend damn good memory handling.
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Cool. I guess I'll go for the 1600 sticks and have the 1333 as backup. Thanks for the quick response. By the way that's some amazing OC'ing you've done there .
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post #634 of 752
It's sandy bridge... I can't take any credit for it, a monkey could do it

Personally I would go for a faster kit with nicer timings, they are going to give you very minimal gains over the current set and probably share the same IC's.

These http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231449 Are cheaper, better, faster, stronger
Edited by el gappo - 7/29/11 at 12:09pm
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post #635 of 752
Awesome. So with those, I can down clock to 1600 and be able to lower the CAS timings? What would you recommend with those?
Edited by Mr. Orange - 7/29/11 at 3:38pm
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post #636 of 752
Okay so I bought these: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231449, snapped 'em in, and the mobo defaults them to 1600 and 9-9-9-28. Is is possible I can lower the CAS timings a bit? Or is it better to use the XMP Profile and run them at 2133 and 9-11-9-28?
Edited by Mr. Orange - 8/5/11 at 1:08am
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post #637 of 752
Okay, so I'm using the XMP Profile and the sticks are running at 2133. I've seen one person run these sticks (on an X58 board, though) at 1600 and 5-5-5-15-2T. Would that be better than 2133 and 9-11-9-28?
Edited by Mr. Orange - 8/5/11 at 1:33am
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post #638 of 752
Yeah they will handle that no problems and the faster the better.

I'm running the same kit at 9-11-9 2500+ on Llano right now with 1.65v Great speed for the money.
Edited by el gappo - 8/5/11 at 1:32am
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post #639 of 752
2500MHz? Omg I didn't think that was possible . Damn, these sticks are good!
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post #640 of 752
how is this board's vdroop (Static, and offset?).. this and asus boards are the only one's i know which have a x22 memory multi... which will help me clock better since i won't have to change my blck, my chip seems to not like blck changes
Edited by badatgames18 - 8/6/11 at 1:25am
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