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post #11 of 19
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I think this sticks don't like overclocking freq too much, I cant seem to post when it's above 1600mhz.. my kingston value ram runs above the stock freq of 1333mhz, I can run it 1408mhz, but with this ripjaws I can't seem to get it to post in 1700mhz+.. need some advice on how to make it post beyond 1600mhz..i event bump the dram volts to 1.55 with stock settings of 9-9-9-25-40-2t
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post #12 of 19
Try using a bit more vRAM
Heck, try using 1.5V vRAM; a kit of G.Skill NQ (similar to Ripjaws) actually hated voltage increase for overclocking.
post #13 of 19
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I have increased the ram voltage to 1.63 but it still wont post past 1600mhz, but when i try to lower its multiplier with a 1370mhz freq it will boot to windows and past stress test... I think my Athlon chip is also holding me back, it's doesn't have a great memory controller compared to Phenom..
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post #14 of 19
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I have increased the ram voltage to 1.63 but it still wont post past 1600mhz, but when i try to lower its multiplier with a 1370mhz freq it will boot to windows and past stress test... I think my Athlon chip is also holding me back, it's doesn't have a great memory controller compared to Phenom..
Nah. I have a kit of the same stuff lying around here, and it wouldn't go much at all above rated frequency. The most it would go was 1630mHz. That was with a 1055T and a Gigabyte 790 board.

That RAM just don't overclock much. Heck I was considering selling my GEIL in my sig, and buying 2 more kits of the GSKill and running my sig rig with 12GB of that stuff-as the GEIL requires too much voltage on my Bloomfield IMC to be safe.
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post #15 of 19
It might be a weak/unstable memory multiplier.
Try getting to 1600Mhz by OC-ing the ref clock.
post #16 of 19
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Tried that, it post on the rated speed of 1600mhz but when I raise my OC and the mem freq passes 1600mhz it wont post,I think Skripka is right this sticks just don't want to be push beyond 1600mhz..I'm running my OC of 3.7 with 1408mhz on this sticks now, there's no hope of upping the memory multiplier cause it wont post..sigh! I'll try to experiment more hoping to get it post beyond 1600mhz...
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post #17 of 19
Hm, the Ripjaws in most cases actually have good tolerance above 1600Mhz. Maybe it's the board or C2 revision processor IMC that really doesn't like it. Not bad though. You should be lowering memory timings to compensate for not being able to run 1600Mhz; 1408Mhz 9-9-9 is significantly below you paid for and not very optimal for performance on AMD, but you could probably manage 7-7-7 at that speed.
post #18 of 19
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I haven't tried 7-7-7 on this sticks might try it later..
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post #19 of 19
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Finally I post pass 1600mhz on this sticks, I just bumped the voltage to 1.76 with stock timings in 1713mhz.. Question, am I pushing way over the voltage with this sticks?or am I still safe with this voltages? I don't intend to run this settings for everyday use though, this my rendering O.C.. still tinkering to get back to 3.71 on this sticks..
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