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Timing is all about synchronizing of your RAM. By loosening it, you are increasing the time on certain values, making your memory less prone to errors.

Tight timings for 2000 MHZ would be 7-7-7 or 7-8-7, loose would be like 9-9-9. These a BIOS Settings under memory features/voltage. I would leave this on auto for now.

I also wonder if you have a separate QPI Voltage and a separate VTT voltage.

People with large amounts of RAM have to spend more time tweaking it. I have been told to focus on QPI voltage, and then nudge VTT voltage slowly up if QPI isn't making me stable.

I am only 8 hours stable right now with a QPI of 1.35v and a VTT voltage of 1.300v, and I am probably going to need 1.325v VTT to finish it off.

Your dram voltage seems waaaaaaaaaay too high for just 2000 MHz, that can also decrease stability, by having it too high. At most you need 1.70v, although, most of the RAM is rated at 1.65v and below.

The vcore is way past maximum spec just so you know. We are only supposed to be a 1.400v "safely" just so you are aware of this. If you choose to go higher you can get a higher overclock, which doesn't really matter for 24/7.

Gamers try an aim for 4 GHz or just over, and folders are a bit mixed. Some want high PPD, others want extended life on their equipment so it last longer. If you are killing your CPU with a high OC and high voltage just for an extra 200-300 ppd, and then you are shortening the life from 5 years to 2 years, you are kind of mathematically defeating yourself.

A folder also craves stability in their machine, especially the point fiend ones. OCing your memory is most likely to introduce instability, the performance at this level (2000 MHz) is great, but its really almost only noticeable in Benchmarks. Its already blazingly fast compared to some of the more archaic stuff, so the end user notices next to nothing in speed increases from a few MHz.
Edited by RagingCain - 2/8/11 at 9:44am
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