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okay im running 4gb-4gb(STOCK@ 1333)-2gb-2gb(STOCK@ 1600) dual channel
now I brought them to 7-7-7-20-27 1T FSB 1:2 DRAM @ 500 MHz NB @ 2500MHz UNGANGED. (12GB total)

okay im looking at my timing table, I was wondering if I should change it from where im standing.. to try @ perhaps 9-10-10-25-34 witch will bring my frequency to 667MHz(witch it says is my MAX bandwidth) and if I can pull this of please show how to do so.. (Remember I am running 2 different brands Corsair(2X2 STOCK1600) and Patriot(2x4 STOCK1333)

or should I try to go over MAX bandwidth to XMP1600 @ 800MHz 9-9-9-24-40 Im not sure if this is possible tho. (I know it is running in dual channel with 2x4 only.)
    
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okay im running 4gb-4gb(STOCK@ 1333)-2gb-2gb(STOCK@ 1600) dual channel
now I brought them to 7-7-7-20-27 1T FSB 1:2 DRAM @ 500 MHz NB @ 2500MHz UNGANGED. (12GB total)

okay im looking at my timing table, I was wondering if I should change it from where im standing.. to try @ perhaps 9-10-10-25-34 witch will bring my frequency to 667MHz(witch it says is my MAX bandwidth) and if I can pull this of please show how to do so.. (Remember I am running 2 different brands Corsair(2X2 STOCK1600) and Patriot(2x4 STOCK1333)

or should I try to go over MAX bandwidth to XMP1600 @ 800MHz 9-9-9-24-40 Im not sure if this is possible tho. (I know it is running in dual channel with 2x4 only.)
It's difficult to actually give advice since people recommend getting kits that are similar in capacity/speed/timings/voltage, but you're doing yourself a disservice by getting different capacity, speed, AND timings. Are the stock voltages even the same?

Also, what applications are you planning to use the 12GB for? It might be better to just use the 2x4GB sticks so you can get better speeds.
    
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well im running them both right now at 1333 7-7-7-20-27 and there running fine off of each other no problems I just like to OVER do it sometimes I like to get the BEST out of my clock..
    
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1333 7-7-7 is good (Should near-equal 1600 CL9 performance depending on app)
Mixing generic 1333 9-9-9 with performance 1600 memory is usually not a very good idea though.
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